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Temple Quay Market returns this week

The weekly street food market is back after six months off due to coronavirus.    Good news, street food fans: Temple Quay Market returns to The Square from Thursday 10 September.   The year-round, weekly market usually boasts...
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Celebrate Second Hand September with Sobey's Vintage Clothing

Find vintage designer pieces, reworked clothes, jewellery and much more inside Sobey's Arcade store.   Second Hand September 2020 is now in full swing, and what better way to mark the occasion than with a visit to one of Bristol's...
7SEP

Bristol venues offering discounts on food and drink in September

Find out which Bristol restaurants are extending the 'Eat Out to Help Out' scheme in September.    Throughout August, the government's Eat Out to Help Out scheme ran to help stimulate the country's hospitality...
7SEP

Community Care Package issues appeal for new volunteers

The project has been delivering free fruit and veg boxes in and around Bristol throughout the coronavirus crisis.   The Bristol-based team behind the Community Care Package project have issued a new appeal for volunteers, as they continue...
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Celebrate the final week of Bristol Pride 2020

The celebration culminates this weekend with a Virtual Pride Day event.     Due to the impact of COVID-19, Bristol Pride has moved online for 2020.   The celebration began on Tuesday 1 September with a series...
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The Phoenix is extending the 'Eat Out to Help Out’ discount until further notice

The discount will be available on Mondays for the foreseeable future.   If you liked last month's Eat Out to Help Out scheme, then you'll love this deal from The Phoenix.   The city centre pub has announced it will extend...
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Ashton Gate Stadium celebrates distribution of more than one million meals during lockdown

The BS3 stadium has been a hub of charitable efforts to support people in need during the coronavirus crisis.   Bristol Sport has revealed that more than one million meals have been distributed from Ashton Gate Stadium since the beginning...
4SEP

A craft beer festival is happening at Tobacco Factory this month

Expect beers and ciders from around the country, street food and DJs.   It’s all about craft beer this month in Bristol.   Next weekend, between Friday 11 and Sunday 13 September, the Bristol Craft Beer Festival...
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Celebrate the lives of loved ones and support Children’s Hospice South West

Support the only children’s hospice in the South West and remember a loved one by moonlight.    Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) is inviting people to remember and celebrate the life of a loved one and raise vital...
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Registrations now open for The Sleep Out 2020

Spend a night somewhere unusual to raise awareness and funds for those affected by the coronavirus crisis.   A selection of Bristol homeless charities have come together to launch The Sleep Out 2020, a one-night event put together to raise...
4SEP

Bristol businesses join ‘Bakers Against Racism’ movement with citywide bake sale

A citywide bake sale in support of three local organisations working to dismantle systemic and structural racism starts today.    Several Bristol businesses will create and sell special bakes this weekend in support of the worldwide event,...
4SEP

Watershed is back: find out what's on this weekend

Multi-arts venue, arthouse cinema and café bar Watershed reopened this week following months of closure.   Bristol film fans got some good news on Tuesday, as Watershed finally opened its doors to the public after being closed...
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Major new exhibition opens at Arnolfini

The exhibition showcases the work of Chantal Joffe, one of Britain's foremost painters.    Chantal Joffe is known for her intimate portrayal of women captured within rich layers of paint.   Timely and poignant in its...
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Smoke & Mirrors wins TripAdvisor award

The popular magic and comedy spot has also retained its top spot on TripAdvisor among other popular Bristol attractions.   Renowned local comedy and theatre venue Smoke & Mirrors has been recognised at this year's TripAdvisor...
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Lakota Gardens unveil headliners for Sit Down Sessions series

Expect sets from Skream, Horse Meat Disco, Sherelle and more across three months of events.   Missing Bristol parties? We certainly are, and while a return to normality is still a way away, Lakota have revealed a fresh schedule of weekend...
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Support The Thunderbolt's fundraising appeal

The much-loved Totterdown venue is facing an uncertain future as a result of the coronavirus crisis.   The Thunderbolt has become the latest Bristol music venue to launch a crowdfunding campaign in 2020, as the team look to raise vital funds...
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Steam to relaunch weekly pub quiz

The popular pub quiz returns next week.    If you’re a general knowledge whizz, then you’re in luck: Steam is getting ready to relaunch its popular pub quiz.   To celebrate, the quirky beer hall located behind Clifton...
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Sky Orchestra takes flight over Ashton Court

Hot air balloons took to the skies on Tuesday, serenading Long Ashton with a new piece of music in surround sound.    Seven hot air balloons with speakers attached to their baskets took flight over Ashton Court on Tuesday...