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The biggest moments that happened in Bristol between 2010-2019 50. Theresa May gets booed out of Bristol in 2017 https://www.facebook.com/bristolbestof/videos/1665909813425872/ 49. Bristol Whales sculptures arrive in Bristol in 2015 48. Colston Hall decides to drops Colston from its name in 2017 47. The various times

Woky Ko launch new menu Nestled in Wapping Wharf on Bristol’s buzzing harbourside, Woky Ko: CARGO swung open its doors in late-October, 2016 – capturing attention with a bold menu of delicate flavours. Talented chef-owner Larkin Cen has recently added to the family with Park St’s Woky

City-wide event celebrating Bristol’s best-loved and undiscovered independent businesses There's an independent Christmas celebration taking place as part of Small Business Saturday on the 3rd of December. Bristol will see the launch of ‘Indies in Bristol’, a brand-new, city-wide event to celebrate

Pata Negra Steps It Up for the Autumn Season Bristol’s proud independent streak is well-documented, and we’re lucky to have so many vibrant and exciting bars, restaurants and cafes to choose from in this city. If you enjoy visiting and supporting Bristol’s

Jeff The Big Issue Seller Stands For Bristol Mayor In shocking news, well loved Bristol celebrity - Jeff the Big Issue Seller (real name Jeff Knight) has thrown his hat into the ring into the already cramped Bristol Mayoral race. In an

Rosa Review The rising chill of autumn had descended, and I was a Bristol girl in need of a stiff drink to warm my gills. Red coat on, black heels donned and a long overdue catch up with an old friend

So many crisps, so little time You may have seen the amazing 90s retro crisp pop up in Bristol surface on your Facebook in the last coupe of weeks. https://www.facebook.com/bbcradiobristol/videos/1528607513863016/?hc_ref=ARROgxU9QKHmjjKvUKCcAe4r-UX1rJD7reSHVVAYQ8AK19WByxJfuBQNScKyUBMdGuU During September, Foozie hosted 4 sell out events with an unlimited buffet featuring 40 retro

Wellbourne Bristol A new, modern wine bar and restaurant has joined the Bristol culinary scene, in the heart of Clifton village, and it’s made quite the entrance so far. In the vicinity of the likes of Cote, The Ivy Clifton Brasserie,

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