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

Jones was unaware of their actions when asked after the game.

Oct
15

New York Giants (11:45 a.m.): With Paul Perkins out, the Giants will be going with the tandem of Orleans Darkwa and Wayne Gallman at running back. Neither is a lock to end up as the team’s primary ball carrier, but whoever steps up first may well end up with the job going forward.

Mike Williams (9 a.m.): It’s always important to read reports carefully, especially on Sunday mornings. ESPN’s Adam Schefter writes that Williams, the No. 1 draft pick for the Chargers, will make his debut next week. However, because this report is coming out today, there may be some confusion for those who don’t read carefully. Williams (back) is still out for today’s Week 5 action. This has not changed.

According to the Dallas Morning News, Cowboys defensive ends Damontre Moore and David Irving raised their fists at the end of the anthem before Sunday’s game against the Packers.

“We as a team are very much on the page together,” Jones said. “We made our expression. I’m very supportive of the team, but under no circumstances will the Dallas Cowboys — I don’t care what happens — under no circumstances will we as an organization, coaches, players, not support and stand and recognize and honor the flag. Period.”

George Atallah, assistant executive director of external affairs at the NFL Players Association, tweeted a statement from the union on players’ constitutional rights Sunday night.x (13)

He was originally declared questionable to return with a knee injury before being downgraded to out.

Oct
13

Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Cincinnati Bengals: Kirkpatrick left the field in the first quarter and was attended to by the Bengals’ training staff. The club originally indicated that he was questionable to return with a shoulder injury, but he was later downgraded to out.

Charles Clay, TE, Buffalo Bills: Clay was helped to the medical tent on the sideline with help from two trainers under each arm late in the first quarter and was subsequently carted off to the locker room. Clay caught a 24-yard pass from Tyrod Taylor and then took a hit to his left leg from Bengals safety Shawn Williams, causing Clay to fall over on the sideline in pain. He was originally declared questionable to return with a knee injury before being downgraded to out.

Yeah, I know the Lions were in the 2016 playoffs, but not long enough that you didn’t have to think about it to be sure, right? And the Panthers took last season off from the playoffs, after reaching the Super Bowl the year before. Both teams are trying to muscle their way into NFC title contention in 2017. It was Carolina that took another step in that direction on Sunday.

The Rams jumped out and all over Seattle early, but the Seahawks hung around and soon began to take control — and the ball — away from L.A.
“We’ve got to find ways to keep maximizing our opportunities,” said winning quarterback Cam Newton, who was a dazzling 26-for-33 for 355 yards and three touchdowns in Carolina’s 27-24 victory.x (8)

Jay Cutler wants absolutely no part of the Dolphins’ decision to run the wildcat

Oct
10

Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler does not appear to be a fan of the wildcat offense.

When the Dolphins decided to run a little wildcat against the Saints on Sunday, Cutler, lined up at wide receiver didn’t move.

Coleman saw plenty of the field once Jeremy Lane left with a hip injury and was one of the reasons Brissett managed just 15 passing yards in the second half and this costly turnover.

With Doug Baldwin nursing an injured groin, reciever Tyler Lockett stepped up with a team-high 67 reciving and 22 rushing yards. The Seahawks (2-2) also got a TD from backup tight end Luke Willson.

“We sustained, we got some third downs and were able to make a couple plays here and there,” Wilson told NBC Sports after the game. “I thought the line did a great job. A couple of those sacks were on me and I thought we continued to battle.

“How about the defense? They were great all night and that allows us to make some plays and break this thing open.”

Despite the blowout win, the Seahawks still have a lot of questions remaining on offense, especially with the mounting injuries but the team’s “next man up” mantra should play dividends as the season rolls along.
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Andrew Luck could practice Wednesday, Chuck Pagano says

Oct
07

Colts quarterback Andrew Luck could practice for the first time this season as early as Wednesday.

Coach Chuck Pagano said Monday he’ll have a better idea of Luck’s availability on Wednesday, which is the next time the team will practice.

“Andrew is progressing well, getting stronger and there might be chance,” Pagano said. “He might be able to start some practice this week, but I’m not guaranteeing nothing, so don’t write anything. There’s a possibility.

“When our doctors and our trainers tell me that he’s at a point where he can get back out there to begin to practice, then I’ll be able to tell you for sure. He’s doing well.”

The Giants receiver was a limited participant in practice Thursday and Friday, his first time on the practice field since injuring his ankle Aug. 21 in a preseason game. Beckham told reporters Thursday he’s dealing with a six-to-eight week injury timetable, which would still put him a couple of weeks away.

While Beckham will be a game-time decision for the Giants, coach Ben McAdoo doesn’t want to rush him back into action.

“The biggest thing is, you don’t want to put a player out there that is going to do any harm to himself or injure himself any more than he is,” McAdoo told reporters Saturday. “It is an injury. It’s a tough injury. He’s fighting through it and doing everything he can to get back, but we’re going to be smart with him.”
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What problems does Jay Cutler present to Chargers? ‘None’ according to Melvin Ingram

Oct
04

Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram is not worried about facing Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler on Sunday.

When asked after practice Thursday what kind of problems the former Bears’ QB presented the Chargers’ defense, Ingram was concise in his answer.

Bruce Arians earned AP Coach of the Year honors in 2012 as Indianapolis’s interim leader in the wake of Chuck Pagano’s cancer diagnosis. That success led him directly to Phoenix, where’s he’s coached the Cardinals through three good seasons and one mediocre one.

On Sunday, he’ll face the Colts for the second time as Arizona’s head coach, his first time coaching in Indianapolis since 2012. However, he won’t see his one-time quarterback, Andrew Luck, on the playing field.

Luck is currently recovering from offseason shoulder surgery and will not play for the second consecutive week. The Colts have been tight-lipped about Luck’s status, but they need him back as soon as he’s healthy. Scott Tolzien looked horrible as the starting quarterback in the Colts’ Week 1 loss to the Rams, so the Colts will turn to Jacoby Brissett in Week 2.

But Arians will at least get the opportunity to talk to Luck during pregame warmups. That’s not exciting, but it’s something to look forward to, right?b (18)

Charles Tillman trading NFL life for FBI, report says

Sep
30

Some guys just can’t stay away from the action.

Former Pro Bowl defensive back Charles Tillman is reportedly training to join the FBI, the Chicago Tribune reported, citing multiple sources.

The FBI declined comment on the personnel matter, but we can confirm Tillman has a handful of months before turning 37 in February and thus being too old to be a new hire by “the bureau.”

Tillman, who has a degree in criminal justice from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, tried his hand at TV last season with Fox but hasn’t appeared this season. Now we know why.

While a seven-minute drive might sound like it features one team running the ball down the other’s throat, LeSean McCoy & Co. were basically held in check by the Broncos’ run defense, which is one of the quiet success stories of 2017. Keep in mind that the league-best Denver defense was first against the pass and 21st against the run per DVOA last season. So far this season, the Broncos have held Melvin Gordon to 54 yards on 18 carries, Ezekiel Elliott to 8 yards on nine rushes, and now McCoy to 21 yards on 14 attempts. Those are three franchise running backs who have combined to run for 83 yards on 41 carries, or just over 2.0 yards per attempt. That’s sensational.

On the other hand, much as they did with Dak Prescott last week, the Broncos stacked the box with run defenders and dared Taylor to beat them. The difference is that Taylor delivered. He went 20-of-26 for 213 yards with two touchdowns, and two of those incompletions were drops. Taylor’s first touchdown pass came on a throw that was fortuitously deflected by Zay Jones to Andre Holmes, but Taylor was brilliant regardless. He posted a passer rating of 126.0, which is comfortably the best mark any quarterback has posted against the Broncos and their dominant pass defense since the beginning of the 2015 season. Drew Brees was previously the only other passer to make it to triple digits (111.7) over that time frame.
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I have been to StubHub Center to see the L.A. Galaxy and the stadium has an intimate feel

Sep
27

Once again, I reached out to Inside The Pylon’s kicking expert, Chuck Zodda, for the scoop, and he told me a topic of discussion this week was Cowboys’ kicker Dan Bailey, who nailed a 56-yard field goal in the team’s ugly loss to the Broncos. Zodda made the argument this week that Bailey is just about as good as anyone in the business, and with the possible exception of the Ravens’ Justin Tucker, probably the most clutch kicker in football.

Bailey has one of the simplest motions in the league, Zodda told me. He is compact in his backswing and has a very vertical swing that controls his torque effectively while still maintaining power.

(The Chargers’ first preseason game on Aug. 13 drew only 21,000, but no-shows in preseason are pretty much the norm at NFL stadiums.)

Even a game between two bad NFL teams late in the season easily gets more than 27,000 fans. Last Christmas Eve’s dog between the 5-9 Chargers and 0-14 Browns drew 57,000 in Cleveland. There’s no doubt that the Chargers will play to sellouts each week, even if a good portion of the fans are rooting for the other team.

On StubHub.com, the cheapest Philadelphia Eagles at Chargers ticket right now is $231. For the Oakland Raiders game on New Year’s Eve, it’s $280. In comparison, a December visit from the Browns is a steal — $92 for the cheapest seats.

I have been to StubHub Center to see the L.A. Galaxy and the stadium has an intimate feel, bringing you close to the action. There will be some seats erected in an upgrade done for the Chargers, but otherwise the configuration will stay the same as for soccer. Some seats will make a fan feel they can listen in to the huddle.
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3 winners and 3 losers from the NFL’s reunion week

Sep
25

Most of the time, reunions leave us with a bittersweet feeling. Part regret, part nostalgia, and often a need to show how great we’re doing, thanks for asking. It probably wasn’t much different in the NFL during its unofficial reunion week.

On Sunday, bragging rights were on the line between head coaches and their former players, players with their one-time teams, and head coaches against their old teams.

And because there were no ties — although we did get our first overtime game of the season — we were only left with winners and losers from these handful of reunions.

Jason Garrett wasn’t happy, and blamed the poor performance on Prescott’s inability to make plays in the passing game.

“When they play that style of defense, you have to be able to consistently attack with the passing game,” Garrett said, according to the Dallas Morning News. “At different times today, I thought we were able to do that, and at other times we weren’t. We didn’t make the plays, for whatever reason.

“We really needed to have [consistent] success throwing the ball. We were not able to do that.”

Prescott agreed, saying there was “no excuse” for his play.

“I feel if I would have made some of those plays on the outside, I probably would have forced them to get in a zone more than their man coverage that they were in the majority of the night,” Prescott said. “Usually, that’s when our run game hits.

“If I made more plays, we give ourselves a chance in that game. I just simply didn’t make the plays.”
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What the Falcons’ 34-23 win over the Packers means for a pair of NFC favorites

Sep
23

The Falcons moved to 2-0, kept beating up on the Packers, and opened up Mercedes-Benz Stadium with a win all in the same night on Sunday. In the first regular season NFL game at Atlanta’s bananas new field, the Falcons beat Green Bay, 34-23.

“You can see the pure passion that he has,” said Del Rio. “These are his people. These are my people. He played well. I know he was really happy to have his first game go like that.”

Beast Mode earned his nickname in Seattle where he spent six seasons and had the best years of his career, including four Pro Bowls and a Super Bowl ring. Even then, he has never been this happy.

“I don’t think I’ve ever seen him dance like that,” said Bruce Irvin, who was teammates with Lynch in Seattle. “He never did that in Seattle. I guess cuz he’s at home . . . He is Oakland so, that was a great thing to see.”

Lynch finished with 45 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries while the Raiders spread the carries around to Jalen Richard, DeAndre Washington, and Cordarrelle Patterson.

As much as we’ve made this day all about Lynch, he was more hesitant to take the spotlight. From the very start, he entered with Richard and Washington and let Derek Carr have the final entrance.

Dwayne Johnson took up Kevin Hart’s “Hurrican Harvey Challenge” by donating $25,000, with additional donations to come from Johnson’s different companies. He also sent a message to people displaced by the storm.

Stay strong Houston and hold onto faith. Me and my family know what you’re going thru. We survived the eye of Andrew and became stronger – so will you. All my love and strength. * Link in my bio in you can donate a buck or two to our Houston families in need.
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Why NFL’s first London game 10 years ago was a messy success

Sep
20

It’s no surprise the NFL has found a home in London, a city with a decade of regular-season games in its past and a full-time franchise potentially in its future.

It’s also no surprise that the league found its way there in the first place, after a foundation had been laid by the developmental NFL Europe and years of preseason games starting with the Global Cup in 1983 and continuing with the American Bowl series.

What is a surprise is that the league ever decided to return to England after a bleak regular-season debut there 10 years ago.

As the NFL prepares to kick off its 2017 International Series with the first of four games in London — Sunday’s matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium — the powers that be must be checking the precipitation percentages closely.

Stafford found Marvin Jones for a 27-yard touchdown in the first quarter and passed to Eric Ebron for a go-ahead 7-yarder in the second. Matt Prater added a 56-yard field goal just before halftime that bounced off the upright, helping the Lions to a 17-7 lead at the break.

Ezekiel Ansah had three sacks as Detroit joined Atlanta and Carolina as the only unbeaten teams in the NFC through Week 2. The Lions made the playoffs last season, but finished the year with four straight losses.

Beckham, a three-time Pro Bowler who missed the season opener, had four catches for 36 yards in limited action.

Manning threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Evan Engram on the first play of the second quarter, but the rookie tight end was called for unsportsmanlike conduct for a seemingly obscene gesture. It allowed the Lions to get the ball at the Giants 45 after the kickoff went out of bounds and Stafford drove them for a second score.
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