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Owner John Sidwell specialises in military and social history of which there's a healthy selection , but he's keen that any casual browser might find something to suit.
Big profits are not the aim, and books are always affordably priced, with discounts for students, pensioners and the unwaged. Peter Snowman is a cider snob. But while the ciders are high-end award-winners, there's nothing snooty about the shop: Peter's aim is to demystify the drink. So there are always flagons of draft cider on tap for tasting, alongside odd bottled varieties. His current favourite is Tyndale Gold, from a tiny producer in Gloucestershire: Despite its name, Shop is not that simple.
This magpie's nest of secondhand vinyl, homewares, furniture and fashion is a non-profit social enterprise "vintage lounge and arts venue". It's part bright boutique, full of interesting finds "We love everything in Shop," says director Jayne Marshall. Part of the Christmas Steps Arts Quarter — its neighbours include violin shops, a bowmaker and a brass and woodwind specialist — Opus 13 specialises in all things classical music, except instruments.
A haven from the city bustle, it stocks a wide range of CDs and sheet music, plus items from musical crossword compendiums to Mozart cookie cutters. Aficionados are well-served, but owner Ruth is more than happy to advise those with no musical knowledge. Her current pick is a new Naxos book called My First Orchestra, in which Tormod the Norwegian troll guides children through the instruments. One purple shopfront, six creative ladies; this little independent gift boutique is run by a small co-operative of artists who sell their lovely, complementary but very different wares.
Items range from Jemima Lumley 's silver charms inspired by Victorian mourning jewellery, but far sunnier than that implies , screen prints from Jane Ormes and Chitra Merchant , Sinead Finnegan 's found-fabric embroideries and Robyn Coetzee 's decorative kiln-formed glass. Textile artist Kate Tarling has just started taking commissions for small, hand-stitched portraits of people and pets.
Smaller items, such as handmade cards and locally published books, are for sale at the front; the back opens into an airy gallery. With its jumble of bygone signs, sewing machines, mangles, medicine bottles, garden statuary and rusty bikes, Reclaimers Reclamation feels more messy museum than homewares shop.
Entered via a narrow alley off Gloucester Road, it's a den of delights for the Ikea-averse house-doer-upper. The store focuses on recycling and regenerating furniture and fittings; specialities include kitchen worktops fashioned from snooker-table slate, restored fireplaces and pine doors glazed to order with original stained glass. It seems like it has everything if you're willing to sort and sift ; if not, it can be sourced for you. Sarah Baxter is associate editor of Wanderlust travel magazine.
For more information, go to the Visit Bristol website. Gigs and DJ nights in Bristol mean venues with plenty of character, from local pubs and old jazz haunts to indie hangouts and and drum and bass nights, says Kit Buchan. Street art, a gallery in a former toilet and Spike Island - Bristol's cultural and artistic heritage is alive and very well, writes Martin Booth.
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