Picture Framers Chelvey

Picture Framers Chelvey

The Picture Framers Chelvey is a vibrant Picture Framers, which opened in 2004. Formerly based in Cleeve on the A370, we have just moved to Brockley Lane in Chelvey.

We specialise in beautiful, creative and bespoke picture framing in our workshop, where everything is made from scratch on-site by hand.

We love to welcome visitors to our workshop. We’re open 10am til 5.30pm, Tuesday to Friday; and 10am til 2pm on Saturdays.

We close the Tuesday following bank holiday Mondays and a couple of times a year are closed for annual leave, so please do check with us.

Customer Parking is directly opposite the entrance and Disabled access is available by prior arrangement.

Finally, please do not to send any letters or paperwork to our address as we don’t have a postbox here, so they will never reach us! Please call or email instead.

Unit 1B, Brickyardwood Barns
Little Chelvey Farm
Brockley Lane, North Somerset
BS48 4AB

Tel: 01275 218754
E: [email protected]
“Art consists of limitation. The most beautiful part of every picture is the frame”
G.K. Chesterton

Yup, that’s the same Adrian Peterson we used to know.

Nov
20

Pretty basic question I had for Adrian Peterson: What’s the difference for you between New Orleans and Arizona? “Remember that first game with the Saints, opening night in Minnesota?” he said. “First snap of the game, I gain nine, and then a play later, I’m out of the game. Here, I got nine on my first carry [eight, actually], and I stayed in, and the opportunities came.”

Do you find it gratifying to receive recognition such as the national rankings?

“The only people who are really with us are us,” said linebacker Marcel Spears Jr., who snagged the game-clinching interception of Kenny Hill with 76 seconds to play on Saturday.

And what about the next challenge at West Virginia? Gustafson and Elliott no doubt were the biggest losers as far as the results. Elliott still seeks that elusive first win and now sits 26 points behind the cutoff with two races left in the semifinal round.

“What do you do?” Gustafson said. “You race as hard as you can. Things happen.”

This is what you do: Respond in-kind and see who blinks first: the competitors or NASCAR.

“Bent fenders, hurt feelings,” said fourth-place finisher Kevin Harvick. “I love it.” Peterson was as motivated for this game as he’d been for any in a while—even the opener as a Saint back in Minnesota. The results: 26 carries, 134 yards, two touchdowns. “Pretty much fun,” he said. “I go from playing maybe eight snaps a game to most of the game. I knew, I KNEW I would show up and show out.”

It’s a pretty instant fit too: Peterson’s good friends with Larry Fitzgerald, and he’ll be staying in the guest house behind Fitzgerald’s house for as long as he wants. flames_012

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts expressed faith Friday night in Bellinger and again Saturday afternoon.

Nov
17

The easy answer is the Pac-12 and the Big 12, simply because they are the only two Power 5 conferences that don’t have any undefeated teams left. The Pac-12 has the most reason to be concerned. The South is guaranteed to have at least a two-loss winner. The North needs to hope Washington runs the table, because it’s the only one-loss team remaining in the league.

It’s more complicated in the Big 12. What if the committee gives Oklahoma more credit than it is currently being given in the polls? TCU’s loss hurt the league, no way around it, but with three one-loss teams sitting near the top of the standings, the Big 12 also has more contenders still hanging on than the Pac-12 does. The problem is they all still have to play each other, starting with Oklahoma at Oklahoma State on Saturday.

“He’s got that calmness about him,” Roberts said. “And when things speed up, he has a way of sort of resetting and not letting it spiral.”

During batting practice, Bellinger tried to emulate teammates Andre Ethier and Logan Forsythe by hitting the ball to the opposite field.

“I was always told these really good hitters hit the ball the other way in BP and I had never done it, and I wanted to try it,” he said. “I hit every ball in BP today to the left side of the infield. I’ve never done that before in my life. Usually I try to lift. I needed to make an adjustment.”

However, Ajayi came on strong after the incident and helped propel the Dolphins’ playoff run that included winning nine of their last 11 games. Ajayi had three 200-yard games during that stretch.
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Players can rest during the extra week the NBA has graciously given them to complete the 82-game schedule.

Nov
13

Like his predecessor at No. 1 overall, Matthews joined a young, last-place team and promptly reached the playoffs; Washington eliminated the Leafs in six games last April, but he finished the first round with four goals.

If only he had the time. After worlds, Matthews became the first American chosen No. 1 overall in the NHL draft since Patrick Kane in 2007, and the Maple Leafs’ first No. 1 selection since Wendel Clark in 1985. He was the first top pick from the Sun Belt and the first of Hispanic descent—his mother, Ema, was born in Mexico. He realized his life had changed when he went apartment hunting in Toronto and was stopped by fans three times on a one-block stretch between a restaurant and a hotel. “I don’t do too much walking around [anymore],” he says. “When I do, I try to keep a low profile.”

There are more than enough commercial breaks for guys to stay fresh for an entire game. Heck, with those new jersey sponsors, the entire game is basically one big commercial break now.

D’Antoni is giving his team too much trust. If he’s going to play small-ball lineups that look like something your 12-year-old sibling would dream up in a game of NBA 2K18, then D’Antoni may as well turn fatigue off and play his best five the whole way.

“I don’t really think about that,” he said. “When I make a choice—and I bet it was the same with [Cris] Collinsworth and [Troy] Aikman—you know how much effort goes into it. You gotta give everything you got to this. You can’t fake things. You gotta be yourself. You always hope people enjoy it. The goal is to talk to the guy having a beer next to you, just explain the game. And if I can do that, I’ve done my job.”
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Astros manager A.J. Hinch: Ken Giles ‘wasn’t surprised’ about losing closer role

Nov
10

If the Astros have a lead in the ninth inning Sunday night — and likely in any remaining game in the World Series — Ken Giles will stay put in the bullpen.

Giles offered little in the way of an explanation for his struggles other than to say he’s making “crappy pitches.” At this point, the hard-throwing right-hander’s confidence appears to be as broken as anything related to his mechanics or his pitch mix.

Hinch predicted that Giles will pitch again before the World Series is over. But he wouldn’t commit to using him in the closer role again.

Giles did not pitch in Game 5 on Sunday night, a 10-inning, 13-12 Dodgers win that put them up 3-2 in the series.

A grand jury returned a 10-count indictment against the 60-year-old Lawrenceville man on Tuesday, including charges of official misconduct and theft, more than a year after he was fired from the agency after the state’s investigation became public knowledge.

Bannon coached at Rutgers from 1997 through 2001, when he was fired after reports surfaced that he forced his players to strip their clothes off if they missed shots during free-throw shooting contests.

The indictment alleges Bannon ran the nonprofit Friends of Mercer County Parks on county time with county employees and used several schemes to divert funds. The Park Commission is a semi-autonomous public agency funded by the county.

Elliott was suspended by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in August following a year-long investigation into domestic violence allegations made by Tiffany Thompson, his former girlfriend. The league concluded he violated its personal conduct policy, which mandates a six-game suspension for first-time domestic violence violations. Elliott, 22, was never charged and has denied wrongdoing.
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Inconsistent Blazers visit Jazz

Nov
07

Becoming more efficient on offense is an ongoing quest for the Portland Trail Blazers.

Portland tried to rally in the second half but could not climb out the cavernous hole. In the end, the Blazers failed to eclipse 100 points for the first time all season.

Creating offense won’t be easy against Utah. The Jazz’s defense hasn’t lost a step from the level it reached a year ago.

Utah (4-3) gave Dallas fits for four quarters in a 104-89 win over the Mavericks on Monday. The Jazz forced 24 turnovers and turned them into 33 points. It helped counteract sizzling perimeter shooting from Dallas and break open a close game in the fourth quarter.

NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart said in a conference call Tuesday that no players are facing suspension for on-field actions in Week 8. A fine is still possible, however.

“That’s how it felt,” Peppers said of passing Doleman while shrugging his shoulders. “It’s nice. When I’m done, when I hang them up one day, I’ll look back, and I’ll be like, ‘Damn! That was pretty nice. That’s a pretty big accomplishment.’ But right now I’m in the midst of it, and I don’t have time to celebrate.

“Definitely, it does feel good. But we’ve got bigger things to handle right now, and that’s to get another win next week.”

The nine-time Pro Bowl selection has a team-leading 7.5 sacks in eight games, the second-fastest pace of his Hall of Fame career.

Peppers spent his first eight seasons with the Panthers before playing the 2010-13 seasons with the Bears and the next three seasons at Green Bay. He is Carolina’s all-time sack leader.
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Texans vs. Seahawks: Score, results, highlights from Week 8 game in Seattle

Nov
04

As Sunday’s Texans-Seahawks game in Seattle approached, storylines like Houston’s standing in the AFC South behind impressive rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson and Seattle’s quest to remain a power in the NFC behind Russell Wilson seemed secondary.

Then, despite the off-field noise, an instant classic played out on the field in Seattle, as the Seahawks edged the Texans for a 41-38 win.

Chicago was outplayed and lost as a consequence. But the NFL’s inability to simplify its definition of a catch is a source of consistent confusion and cost the Bears a touchdown in a crucial moment.

“STARTER” refers to each team’s No. 1 goaltender. Some teams have split starting duties, in which the starters are in “TIME-SHARE” arrangements. “BACKUP” refers to each team’s No. 2 goaltender. “INJURED” is a goaltender who is expected to miss time with an injury.

Wieberg, a former college football reporter for USA Today, usually travels to the meetings from Kansas City, Missouri, where he is a writer and editor in the public affairs department of the Kansas City Public Library.

He is the latest in a long line of committee members who have either missed meetings or stepped down entirely for health reasons. In October 2014, the first season of the playoff, Archie Manning resigned his position on the committee for health reasons before the group met for the first time. That year, Mike Tranghese also missed some time during his tenure for health reasons.

“Obviously with any kind of vascular issue you don’t want altitude. You don’t want people flying. … He’ll have to remain there (in New Orleans) for some time. He won’t be coming back to Chicago any time real soon,” Fox said.chargers_124

The Chiefs did manage to get into the end zone on their next possession.

Nov
02

With a first-year GM, the Colts should take a long-term view with their $140 million franchise QB and get him ready for the 2018 season.
Luck, who had shoulder surgery in January, practiced for two days two weeks ago and then amped up his workload during his two days of practice last week.

The Chiefs did manage to get into the end zone on their next possession. Smith connected with De’Anthony Thomas for a 57-yard touchdown. And if Reid had taken the points earlier, Kansas City would have a lead.

Antonio Brown, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers: Who needs great quarterback play? Not Brown, especially judging by his exceptional catch on a deflection off Phillip Gaines’ helmet that Brown took 51 yards for a touchdown and a nine-point lead with 3:24 remaining in the game. Brown’s catch played a major part in his 29.5 PPR point fantasy day, the best among wide receivers through the 4 p.m. ET games.

That leaves Jonnu Smith as the Titans best newcomer. He has only three catches, but two of them have gone for touchdowns. Smith brings so much to the Titans offense. Like Delanie Walker, Smith is really good as an in-line tight end or split out wide.
For more, check out the entire entry at Music City Miracles.

We saw his speed in action on Monday night, when Brown was able to catch Kareem Hunt from behind on a sweep to the sideline. He has generally been a sure tackler, and he has made third down plays—a major point of emphasis for this defense after last year’s debacle on third downs.lakers_049

Ranking the NFL’s best, worst offensive lines

Oct
29

The impact that blocking has on offensive performance cannot be overstated. Over a decade of research I’ve done in measuring run blocking indicates that ball carriers are four to five times more productive on plays with good run blocking versus plays with bad run blocking. The passing game also displays a huge disparity, as quarterbacks are roughly three times as productive on a yards-per-dropback basis with a clean pass pocket as they are on dropbacks when pass-rush pressure is impacting the pocket.

Ben Roethlisberger’s third-and-2 pass at his own 49 yard line looked like a sure interception. Instead, it bounced through Phillip Gaines’ hands, off his facemask, and to Antonio Brown.

Adrian Peterson, RB, Cardinals: What a debut! Peterson’s 25.4 fantasy points were an extraordinarily rare feat for a player who switched teams in-season. They were the second-most by such a player in his debut for his new squad since Howard Hopalong Cassady managed 25.3 non-PPR and 33.3 PPR fantasy points in his Philadelphia Eagles debut in 1962 Week 6, and they represented only the second-best non-PPR and fourth-best PPR performance worth at least 20 among running backs in a debut for a new team after changing uniforms in-season. Peterson also received 26 rushing attempts, his most since 2015 Week 12 (29), as the Cardinals made it clear they regard him their featured back. His 22.8 percent start rate this week is sure to soar in Week 7, when he gets a much more cozy matchup against the Los Angeles Rams.
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Carson Wentz sets career high with 3 passing TDs … in one quarter

Oct
26

Carson Wentz had started 20 NFL games in his career and never thrown for more than two touchdowns. On Sunday, he carved up the Cardinals for 121 passing yards and three TDs … in the first quarter alone.

The second-year passer has the Eagles rolling at home. Strikes to Torrey Smith, Zach Ertz, and Trey Burton have given Philadelphia a 21-0 lead through the game’s first 15 minutes. It’s still early, but Wentz’s performance has earned him a perfect 158.3 passer rating through one quarter.

“I’ll be lying to you to say that I didn’t want a change of scenery after four weeks of seeing how things played out,” Peterson said in his first press conference with the Cardinals.

“It’s been so many ups and downs, lefts and rights, that you don’t really know what’s coming up next,” Elliott said. “You just got to take it day by day and be ready for whatever is going to be needed.”

He had a conversation with coach Jason Garrett after the ruling was announced. Several teammates said they were glad to learn Elliott will be back, even if it might just temporary.

“It’s great to have him back,” quarterback Dak Prescott said. “Any chance we get with him in the backfield we’re going to take it. It’s an exciting week. If he’s playing, we’re obviously happy to have him.”

The Saints had held a team 10 or more points below its season average only twice in 48 tries between 2014-2016. The last time they managed to even hold two consecutive teams below their average — even by a tenth of a point — was in October 2014, and even that required Aaron Rodgers to limp through most of a 44-23 Saints win over the Packers because of a hamstring injury.
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For the game, Dallas won 58 percent of the faceoffs, led by Spezza going 13 for 16.

Oct
24

The Stars have totaled 119 shots in their first three games but managed only seven goals — including two each by Klingberg, Seguin and Janmark.

The Buccaneers’ offense, with all its pieces back, still looks like a work in progress. The Bucs will be very dangerous if they all get it together, but it’s anyone’s guess when that will be. This week is a good chance — it’s still mildly stunning how completely the Eagles picked the Cardinals apart last week. That’s not on the missing David Johnson or the hit-and-miss Carson Palmer. To be fair, though, if newly-arrived Adrian Peterson does a reasonable impression of his former self, the Cardinals’ defense will benefit as much as the offense.

The Bucs are inconsistent again, primarily based on the up-and-down play of Jameis Winston. Even on a long week, this is a difficult long trip to make to the desert. Adrian Peterson won’t outrush Doug Martin, but Arizona will hit a home run late to win a passing duel between Winston and Carson Palmer.

One of the revelations of the new season for the Devils has been left winger Jesper Bratt, a sixth-round pick (No. 162 overall) in the 2016 draft. He is the first player in franchise history to have five points in his first two games. The 19-year-old Swede has three goals and two assists in his first season playing in North America.

He has, at least for now, overshadowed 18-year-old Swiss center Nico Hischier, the first pick overall in this year’s draft, who picked up his first NHL point, an assist, in the game against the Sabres.

“We came into this year saying that the last couple of years wasn’t good enough,” Hynes said. “It doesn’t matter who you are, older guy, younger guy, high draft, low draft, free agent, tryout player, we’re going to play the best guys. We want guys who are going to come in and help turn this thing around.”
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