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22AUG

Bristol Headmistress leads team to complete 367-mile cycle across the UK for The Springboard Bursary Foundation

A team of cyclists, led by Badminton School Headmistress Rebecca Tear, recently participated in a week-long 367-mile charity cycle in order to raise money for The Springboard Bursary Foundation.   The Springboard Bursary Foundation is...
22AUG

Cocktails in the City returns to Bristol in 2017

Bristol’s cocktail scene is one of the most innovative and exciting in the country, so it’s no surprise that the scene is thriving. With such a wide selection of fantastic cocktail bars, it can be really tricky to decide where to go... But...
22AUG

See Bristol's bones at M Shed until 3rd September

A bone-rattlingly brilliant collection of skeletons will be on display at M Shed in Bristol as part of its Skeletons: Our Buried Bones exhibition which runs until Sunday 3rd September 2017.  What at first might seem like a grisly...
21AUG

Fantastic Exam Results for Students at Colston's School in Bristol

Colston’s students have again done very well in their Sixth Form studies and have secured impressive A Level and BTEC results. The headline figures make for great reading and each and every individual grade has been hard fought. All the students...
21AUG

Royal Collection Trust commission Bristol Blue Glass to make special 'sapphire' water jug and glass set

Bristol Blue Glass are extremely proud to announce that Royal Collection Trust has commissioned a stunning sapphire water jug and glass set. The unique shapes and tones have been specially made by Bristol Blue Glass, to compliment the Royal Birdsong...
21AUG

Celebrate National Burger Day in Bristol with 20% off at Burger Joint

The end of August is full of things to look forward to; there’s that glorious Bank Holiday (hopefully a sunny one!) and potentially even more exciting, it’s National Burger Day on Thursday 24th August. Bristol’s long-standing...
21AUG

Smoke and Mirrors Bristol: What's on this week

Smoke and Mirrors is right in the city centre, perfectly located for pre-theatre drinks, as well as being the main event for your night out. They even offer a 10% discout on pre-theatre drinks if you show your ticket to a gig at the Hippodrome,...
17AUG

Bristol's chef named the best in the UK

Bristol is not only the city with the best restaurants outside London, according to the new edition of The Good Food Guide, but is also home to the UK’s top chef. The Good Food Guide has announced that The Chef of the Year award went to...
17AUG

Europe’s largest waterslide opens an hour outside Bristol

The Tropical Cyclone opened yesterday at the Center Parcs in Longleat Forest, only an hour from Bristol, becoming the largest waterslide in Europe. There was good news for the South West’s thrill-seekers yesterday, as the largest four-person...
17AUG

Simplyhealth Great Bristol Half Marathon on September 17th

If you'd like to raise money for a good cause, improve your fitness, hit a PB or become the proud owner of a shiny new half marathon medal, then the Simplyhealth Great Bristol Half Marathon is for you. On Sunday 17th September, Bristol...
17AUG

Australian band Furnace and the Fundamentals to play at The Fleece in Bristol

Sydney high-energy cover band Furnace and the Fundamentals are bringing their dynamic, high-octane, live show and extensive songbook of classic covers to Bristol on Saturday August 26th at The Fleece as part of the Propaganda club...
17AUG

Bigger is better at the Smoke Haus in Bristol

The restaurant in central Bristol has been carving out a reputation based on its authentic barbecue experience, its relaxed atmosphere and, of course, its massive portions. The age-old and much-repeated adage has it that less is more, a suggestion...
17AUG

Fat Lip's Stars of Summer to play at The Lanes in Bristol

On Saturday 19th Fat Lip DJs and several local bands will celebrate the end of the summer with cover sets from their favourite bands from this year's festival season. The last couple of years Fat Lip have ran pre-Reading parties where...
16AUG

Chocolate café to open in Bristol

Mrs Potts Chocolate House is to open next month on Bristol’s Park Street, where it will offer a series of sweet snacks to satisfy the city’s chocoholics. September will see something of a cocoaphony arrive in Bristol, when Mrs Potts...
16AUG

The Pretenders to play Bristol show

The transatlantic pop-rock group centring around the song-writing of Chrissy Hynde have announced a gig at Bristol’s Colston Hall on Wednesday 11th October. It’s time to pretend…   The Pretenders are back in the game...
16AUG

The Red Arrows to fly over Bristol this afternoon

The world-famous team of aerobatic aircraft will fly over Filton at 2.37pm this afternoon to mark a celebration of Concorde at the Aerospace Bristol museum. The sky above Bristol will be just that bit more spectacular this afternoon, when it will...
15AUG

With Confidence supporting Mayday Parade at Bristol's O2 Academy

With Confidence will be supporting Mayday Parade at Bristol's O2 Academy on September 29th to follow on from an incredible set of performances at Slam Dunk Festival earlier this year. Mayday Parade is an American rock band from Tallahassee,...
15AUG

Bristol Business of the Week: Tikk

Our business of the week is Tikk, the mobile ticketing app that ticks all the boxes. We spoke to Martin Hiscox about the ethical intentions of the project, the functionality of the app and how he has enjoyed launching a business in Bristol. Tell...