Riding with Ghandi
Mr Bowri recollects being present at Mahatma Ghandi funeral.
The Burly Hindu
Mr Bhupi Bowri remembers being at Delhi and witnessing Jawaharlal Nerhu’s famous 'Tryst of Destiny' speech as India's…
Mrs Gurdial Kaur talks of her family migration during the partition of India and Pakistan.
Mr. Amir Ahamed’s story
Mr Ahmed reflects on the two major migrations in his life, first as a 11 year old Muslim, a passage from India to the newly formed…
Mr. Harindar Singh
Mr Singh recounts his vivid memories of the chaos, conflict and war that arose following Independence day.
Reflections as seen…
A poem about the uncertain future for elderly people living in Bristol prefab homes, marked by Bristol City Council for demolition.
Homes for Heroes
The history of post-war pre-fabricated homes, told in the form of a poem.
An incredible oasis of life around a ‘temporary’ prefabricated home, now under threat of demolition and re-development.
An Idylic Retreat
Life in a prefab house in Valerian Close, Shirehampton. The prefabs have now been demolished.
A Wooden Bench
A Bristol driving instructor uses a novel way to find a nice area of the town to live in.
The story of prefab housing in Bristol, from the 1940s into the new millennium.
The Boat that Moves Me
‘The boat that moves me’ traces the moments and spaces that have informed my image of Bristol.