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1

Describe 'Memories of Bristol' by Martin Stuart Moore (a painting)

Colourful, whimsical, focuses on architectural side of Bristol - urban

2

Describe 'A Bristol Montage' by Laura Cramer (a painting)

Abstract, focuses on the harbour more - blues and greens reflecting the Bristol Channel

3

Give a quote from the poem 'Bristol' by William Lisle Bowles

"Bristol through all whose smoke dark and aloof, stands Redcliff's solemn fane, how proudly girt."
(Redcliff's solemn fane is referring to the St Mary Redcliff Church)

4

What is the total population of St Lawrence, Bristol?

18,400

5

What is the percentage of age groups in St Lawrence, Bristol?

45% are 0-15 year olds (which is high compared to the rest of Bristol)
20% are 65+ year olds (which is low compared to the rest of Bristol)

6

What is the heath like in St Lawrence, Bristol?

77% are in good health
Low compared to the rest of Bristol (88%)

7

What is the level of education in St Lawrence, Bristol?

39% have Level 4+
Low compared to the rest of Bristol (47%)

8

What is the ethnic mix of St Lawrence, Bristol?

33% White british (which is low compared to the rest of Bristol - 77%)
20% Black African (Which is high compared to the rest of Bristol - 2%)
6% other white (which is average compared to the rest of Bristol - 5%)

9

What are some paintings of Pershore?

Field at Sunset by Christine Dodd
Pershore wetlands

10

Give a quote from Pershore Station by John Betjeman

"The Victorian world and the present in a moments neighbourhood"

11

What is the total population of Pershore?

7500

12

What is the percentage of age groups in Pershore?

30% are 65+ (higher than the rest of Wychavon which is 24%)
18% are <18 (average compared to the rest of Wychavon which is 19%)

13

What are the qualifications of people in Pershore?

25% >Level 4
27% have no qualifications

14

What are the main changes in Pershore between 1945 and 2015?

Less orchards
More built environment
School was smaller
Tiddesley wood has less area