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September 2017

  • £2.5 Million Improvements for Bristol Airport Car Parks 21st September 2017

    New car park reception opens to passengers for the first time

    A major car park improvement scheme at Bristol Airport opened to passengers for the first time this week.  A total of £2.5m has been invested in the Silver Zone car park, with a new reception building for customers...

  • West Country Businesses Showcase The Best Of The West In China21st September 2017

    Food and drink producers depart on a trade mission from Bristol Airport

    On Saturday 16 September 2017 representatives from eleven local food and drink companies from across the South West departed from Bristol Airport to China for a five-day trade mission aimed at securing new...

  • Learn to fly a Broomstick this Halloween at spooktacular Wookey Hole Caves20th September 2017

    A brand new attraction will be available at top Somerset tourist destination Wookey Hole Caves this Halloween, as visitors are invited to learn how to ride a broomstick!

    Home of the infamous Witch of Wookey Hole, the caves provide the perfect location for October Half Term fun, and the new...

  • Doing the triple: Bristol Old Vic productions nominated for three prestigious UK Theatre Awards20th September 2017

    Bristol Old Vic is today celebrating three nominations in the UK Theatre Awards 2017. The phenomenal new musical The Grinning

  • From air pollution to cold homes, Healthy City Week 2017 will explore Bristol’s health and sustainability challenges19th September 2017

    Healthy City Week returns from 7 to 14 October with a unique programme of events exploring the health and sustainability of our city.

    Healthy City Week Bristol 2017 is set to create and deepen conversations around some of the major health and sustainability challenges we face. From the...

  • Evening course offers insight into Zoo conservation19th September 2017

    Budding wildlife conservationists can find out what goes on behind the scenes at Bristol Zoo as it offers a Wildlife Conservation evening course.

    The eight week course runs from 28 September until 23 November and offers an insight into the conservation activities of Bristol Zoological...

  • The Martin Parr Foundation, a new centre for British photography and the works of Martin Parr, will open in Bristol 19th September 2017

    The Martin Parr Foundation, a new centre for British photography and the works of Martin Parr, will open in Bristol on 25 October 2017.

    The Martin Parr Foundation was established in 2014 and will open to the public in a purpose-built space in the Paintworks complex, Bristol, comprising a...

  • Bristol bar shortlisted for prestigious cocktail awards14th September 2017

    Bristol’s original speakeasy bar, Hyde & Co , has been shortlisted for Avant Garde Drinks List of the Year in Imbibe’s prestigious Drinks List of the Year Awards 2017. With a reputation for some of the most forward thinking drinks in the city, Hyde & Co have now received...

  • Planning green light for replacement toll houses11th September 2017

    The Clifton Suspension Bridge Trust is celebrating the news that planning and listed building consents have been granted by both Bristol City Council and North Somerset Council for the designs of the new toll houses on the Clifton and the Leigh Woods sides of the bridge.

    The new buildings will...

  • Longleat set to stage balloon festival8th September 2017

    The skies above Wiltshire are set to be filled with dozens of spectacular hot air balloons as Longleat stages its annual Sky Safari (September 15th-17th).

    Following on from the popu

  • Gloucestershire Cricket to host England v India in Bristol next summer7th September 2017

    Gloucestershire Cricket is delighted to announce that it will host England and India in an International T20 in summer 2018 at The Brightside Ground, Bristol.

     

    The ECB today announced next summer’s International schedule for England’s men’s teams. England will play...

  • Slapstick 2018 Gala Lineup Revealed!7th September 2017

    Today we’re thrilled and delighted to be able to reveal news about January's 2018 Slapstick Gala, which will be featuring an incredible triple-bill of laugh-out-loud comedy classics, all accompanied by world class

  • A unique corporate wildlife experience5th September 2017

    The newly opened Camp Baboon at Wild Place Project near Bristol us offering businesses a unique and exclusive opportunity to take staff or clients away for a night in the company of giraffe, zebras, cheetahs and baboons.

    Its 10 luxury cabins sit in the stunning surroundings...

  • Gloucestershire Cricket to host England v India in Bristol next summer5th September 2017

    Gloucestershire Cricket is delighted to announce that it will host England and India in an International T20 in summer 2018 at The Brightside Ground, Bristol.

    The ECB today announced next summer’s International schedule for England’s men’s teams. England will play seven...

  • Who laid THAT egg?! Meet the world’s largest birds in Bristol5th September 2017

    Four ostrich chicks have successfully hatched at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm

    Known by for its impressive running speed and giant eggs, Ostriches are one of nature’s iconic creatures. Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm™ in Wraxall, Bristol is celebrating the successful natural hatching of 4...

  • Backwell House Awarded AA 5 Gold Star Restaurant with Rooms and 2 Rosettes for Culinary Excellence1st September 2017

    Just one year after opening as a B&B in September 2016, Backwell House has been awarded 5 Gold Stars, with the restaurant, which opened its doors in April 2017, gaining a remarkable 2 Rosettes.

    Backwell House is a 9-bedroomed country house hotel situated just 6 miles from...

August 2017

  • Local Bristol charity Marmalade Trust are treating lonely and isolated people to a Christmas Day meal and they need your help…..31st August 2017

    Every Christmas since 2013 local Bristol charity Marmalade Trust has been treating lonely and isolated people to a Christmas Day meal in restaurants or pubs around Bristol and South Gloucestershire. Their number of guests has grown from 18 to nearly 100 in just four years and this year...

  • Organisers release travel recommendations for The Downs Festival this weekend31st August 2017

    Organisers have released full details for recommended travel methods for this weekend’s festival on The Downs featuring Elbow, Seasick Steve, De La Soul, Soul II Soul, Ibibio Sound Machine, The Districts, Kier, Groove Armada, David Rodigan, Mike Skinner, Mad Professor and Roni Size. The...

  • Engineers’ House supports Bristol charity31st August 2017

    EEF Venues’ Engineers’ House in Clifton, Bristol is donating a meeting room to the Bristol-based Meningitis Research Foundation to support the charity’s strategic planning.

    The charity’s vision is to have of a world free from meningitis and septicaemia by raising...

  • Broadmead redevelopment set for green light30th August 2017

    The proposed redevelopment of the Broadmead shopping district in Bristol, which includes a range of shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, leisure facilities and open spaces, has moved closer with plans recommended for approval when they go before councillors next week (6 September 2017)...

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