Welcome to Postlip
We are a small cohousing community of eight homes within a Cotswold manor.
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We are always interested in meeting potential new members. Currently we have a split level two bedroom unit for sale. If you are interested in finding out about Unit 7 please look at the Unit for sale page.
Our community has eight homes (called 'units'). They are unusual and vary in size - all of them are within the manor house.
We would love to hear from energetic, enthusiastic, sociable people who might be interested in units coming on the market or getting to know us for the future.
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We're fully booked for 2019. We've just confirmed prices for 2020.
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with support from Cairi Jacks
Sat Nov 30th 2019
Postlip regulars, ALAW, are back for another night of high-quality folk music. ALAW is three leading musicians who bring a wealth of experience to a shared passion – the traditional music of Wales. Whether unearthing rare gems or reimagining a well loved melody they treat their music with a deftness and sensitivity that is thoroughly absorbing. Combined with powerful song writing and original tunes, this makes for a musical experience that will stay with the listener long after the concert has ended.
Oli, Jamie and Dylan have a long history of working together, sharing projects such as The Devil’s Violin, Szapora and The Ian McMillan Orchestra. Oli and Jamie are well known throughout the folk world as the frontline of Jamie Smith’s Mabon. From stirring song to driving jigs – they communicate their music with relaxed humour and a genuine affection that is truly infectious.
ALAW will be supported by Cairi Jacks. Cairi is an artist and folk singer from Wales who explores themes of belonging, kinship and our relationship to land through a mixture of original compositions and traditional folk songs. Firmly rooted in the oral tradition, with fireside singing in her blood, and a craft honed through a’cappela harmony singing, she now brings the many threads of her practice together in an intimate sharing that explores how singing can be powerful tool for connection.
A Big Thanks!
Mesadorm and Mandal
...for the incredible music and general vibes on 1st November. We love you. Seriously.
Photo: Peter Foster
We're very active in supporting our nearest town and neighbouring community. Find out more about Winchcombe here: http://winchcombe.co.uk