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9 Reasons To Visit The Salt Circle Arcade

Posted on 13 August 2014 by Ilhaam Hoosain

Reposted from the La Vida Local website where you can also check out John Bartman’s online portfolio blog.   Woodstock has seen some welcome changes thanks to the pioneering moves of the creative businessfolk behind such ventures as the Woodstock Exchange and the Old Biscuit Mill. New to the block is the Salt Circle Arcade. [...]

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The Woodstock Torchbearer

Posted on 31 August 2011 by Stefan Blank

A few years back, a friend and myself embarked on a walk through Woodstock to discover its more reclusive architectural secrets. We’d eventually made our way down to lower Woodstock down into Essex Street and discovered the outside of a small establishment called The Torchbearer. We entered into what turned out to be a very busy Sunday lunch. My friend, never one to avoid a decent pub lunch, insisted wisely that we both order the eisbein and beer, and we eventually rolled out of the pub continuing our journey, though this time a little slower.

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The Artisan Baker

Posted on 29 July 2011 by Stefan Blank

With Woodstock becoming the ‘it’ place, we sometimes forget that a lot of hard work and faith goes into the various projects that have sprung up over the last few years. While the Neighbourhood Market in the Biscuit Mill is without a doubt a force for good, the success of the Saturday market has not yet translated into everyday street life such as Long/Kloof Street or even Lower Main Rd., Observatory. The hope of course is that Albert Rd. Woodstock (or anywhere in Woodstock for that matter) becomes a thriving place any time during the week and not just on the weekend.

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