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Kington’s Unexpected Edibles will be holding a foraging walk on September 21 at 2pm, showing visitors where to find free food, hidden in plain view, not only down the lanes and in the hedgerows but in the town itself.
The walk will last for about an hour and a half and the cost is £8.
On the Twt overlooking Hergest Court are Kington Walking Festival committee members (l-r) Bob North, Mike Kirby, Helen Yeomans, Chairman Barbara Barrett, Bernard Ray, Nigel Sheath, Paul Finch and Val Burden.
KINGTON Walking Festival is set to be better than ever before next moths with more events planned to suit all the family.
The session suites all ages, abilities and fitness levels and specialist poles, the price is £3.
Little Rumba, a much loved Presteigne-based band, will be playing the at the Burton Hotel on September 23 at 8pm.
I do not propose not using it, but would note to begin with that it seems unlikely that its range quite matches any medieval domain of knowledge. Catherine of Siena’s stigmatisation by a crucifix (fig. 2) as illustrating aspects of female sexuality, but there is no evidence that these images spoke to one another in any known medieval context: their conjunction is a product of my framing category.
Medieval textual sources tell us a number of quite different things about female sexuality: that a woman’s desire may be directed to men, women, herself, or lifeless things; that women have an insatiable desire to be penetrated; that they are naturally inclined towards chastity; that their reluctance can be overcome by violence or seduction. The split between sacred and profane desires is so pronounced that the category does not cohere.
However, I would caution that art cannot be isolated from other triggers, that sexuality in such responses cannot be isolated from other drives and affects, and that women’s responses cannot be isolated from men’s; indeed, that the shared ground of devotional eros tends to break down gender difference.
Of course women in the Middle Ages had sexual experiences, desires, fantasies, pleasures and pains; and of course we cannot have direct access to the experiences of the long dead, though we can converse about them.
But the very nature of artistic representation, whether visual or textual, means that such desires and pleasures become shared property, which cannot be said to belong to women more than to men – or indeed to the medieval rather than to the modern.
The festival which takes place from September 21 to 24, has over 40 walks covering history, natural history, geology, industry, pubs, landscape and much more.
There is much more than just rambling in beautiful countryside - such a foraging event, a talk and live music.