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23JUN

Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm reopens to the public

Those wanting to visit the Zoo Farm in BS48 will need to pre-purchase tickets online.    Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm in Wraxall, North Somerset has reopened to the public today (Tuesday 23 June), following several weeks...
22JUN

Everything you need to know as Gloucestershire Cricket prepare to resume 2020 season

The club hope to kickstart their 150th Anniversary celebrations with a return to competitive cricket in August.   We miss cricket. 2020 looked set to be one of the most exciting years in the history of Gloucestershire Cricket, with the...
22JUN

Tickets on sale now for Live From The Drive-In at Filton Airfield

Tickets are on sale now for a drive-in concert series which will be staged at the former Airfield in Filton this summer.    Live From The Drive-In will see some of the biggest names in UK music perform with full concert production...
22JUN

What to expect this week during the St Pauls Digital Carnival

Discover what's coming up this week during St Pauls Carnival's digital 2020 celebration: Spirit Up! United at Home.    Earlier this year, St Pauls Carnival 2020 was cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.   But...
22JUN

You can attend Bristol City's remaining behind-closed-doors fixtures (sort of)

Robins fans can design their own personal cardboard cut-out 'Crowdie' for remaining home games.   Bristol City's final fixtures of the 2019/20 Championship season may be being played behind closed doors, but that doesn't...
19JUN

Bristol City Robins Foundation deliver more than 20,000 meals to people in need

Volunteers have been delivering meals and essentials to vulnerable members of the community throughout lockdown.   The Bristol City Robins Foundation has officially delivered over 20,000 meals to people in need through March, April, May and...
19JUN

Taste of Napoli reopens for takeaway and collection orders

Now you can pop instore to Taste of Napoli for takeaway coffee, pizza slices and more.    Bringing a taste of Naples to Broadmead, Taste of Napoli is an independent and family-run café in The Arcade.   Over...
19JUN

Don’t forget: Bristol Takeover Online Pt. 2 is streaming tomorrow

Don't forget - the second part of Colston Hall's digital music festival, Bristol Takeover Online (Pt. 2), kicks off tomorrow at 13:00.    On Saturday 23 May, Bristol watched as Colston Hall, in partnership with music...
19JUN

Drive-in events with huge acts announced for Bristol this summer

Experience live events - with a healthy dose of social distancing – this summer in Bristol.    A drive-in concert series will be staged at the former Airfield in Filton this summer, as part of a huge UK tour.   Live...
18JUN

St Pauls Carnival reveal lineup for digital 2020 celebration

The Carnival team have unveiled the events schedule for the first-ever digital festival.   St Pauls Carnival CIC have revealed the lineup for Spirit Up! United at Home, the first-ever digital edition of the carnival due to take place from...
18JUN

Lakota to open new outdoor events space in July

Expect music, comedy, film screenings and much more from Lakota's new garden setup.   Lakota are all set to open up their brand-new outdoor events space in July, reopening their doors for a varied programme of DJ sets, live sport,...
18JUN

The Volunteer Tavern launch pop-up roast dinner delivery service

Get a pub-quality Sunday Roast delivered direct to your door this weekend from The Volunteer Tavern.   The kitchen team at The Volunteer Tavern have officially launched their pop-up roast dinner service, taking weekly orders for deliveries...
17JUN

Father's Day: Tapestry Brewery delivering 5L Mini Casks ahead of the weekend

The popular BS2 brewery are taking orders ahead of their weekly delivery run on Thursday and Friday.   Looking for a last-minute Father's Day gift? Tapestry Brewery have got you covered this year, offering up a range of mini-casks and...
17JUN

Last-minute Father's Day gift ideas from independent Bristol businesses

Don’t forget - it’s Father’s Day this weekend, on Sunday 21 June.    If you haven’t got your hands on a gift just yet, then don’t panic: Bristol’s plethora of creators, makers and independent businesses...
17JUN

IDLES announce new album, Ultra Mono, due for release in September

The band accompanied news of the album with the release of new single 'GROUNDS'.   All-conquering Bristol outfit IDLES have confirmed a release date for Ultra Mono, their eagerly-awaited third album.   Due out...
17JUN

Rob Beckett live: tickets on sale now for rescheduled Bristol Hippodrome shows

Beckett's Wallop! tour will bring him to Bristol in October and November after previous dates were postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.   Tickets are moving quickly for Rob Beckett's rescheduled 2020 Bristol shows, set to take...
16JUN

Boston Tea Party Park Street to reopen this week

The no single-use coffee cup café chain will reopen its Park Street store on Thursday 18 June.   Following a successful reopening of their Gloucester Road joint, Boston Tea Party's Park Street café is set to reopen on Thursday 18...
16JUN

Gloucester Road’s Ablectrics Electrical & Lighting Showroom reopens

If you’re looking to spruce up your in-home lighting and electricals, visit the award-winning Ablectrics on Gloucester Road.    After several weeks of lockdown, Ablectrics Electrical & Lighting Showroom on Gloucester Road is...