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Looking for the best of Bristol this weekend?

It may be cold and blustery, but there is still plenty of great stuff happening in our fine city, from street food markets, new music venue openings and charity fundraisers.

Bristol Eats Autumn Night Market – Friday 8th Bristol

Bristol Eats are back with their Autumn Night market. This street food collective was the first on the scene back before street food was “a thing” in Bristol, bringing music and street food together and they’re bringing the tasty back on Friday the 8th of November.

They’re going to set up shop on the Cathedral grounds on College Green. There will be a host of traders serving a variety of food for every eater. Plus, the will be the BEats bar serving local beers, wine and mulled cider and as this is their event live DJs bringing the music too.

Get there from 6pm.

Lost and Grounded Winter Beer Blow Out – Saturday 9th

The marvelous Lost & Grounded, along with some of their mates, are throwing a party to celebrate this wonderful season of exciting beers.

Food and great tunes also on offer, plus £1 of every pint is being donated to Caring in Bristol.

Get yourself to their brewery on Whitby Road from 4pm-10pm.

Averys Celebration of Wine – Saturday 9th

With over 100 wines showcased from around the world, Averys Wine Merchants Celebration of Wine Event 2019 gives wine lovers the chance to taste a wide selection from their range. Including new finds, vintages, and their ever-popular customer favourites.

Being run as two sessions on Saturday 9th November, the event, now in its 12th year at the Grammar School, will welcome many of their favourite producers and suppliers from around the world to present their wines, helping you to discover more about wine in this informal setting.

Tickets to the tasting’s afternoon and evening sessions, includes a glass of Champagne on arrival, unlimited sampling, and a tasting booklet. Awesome!

Tickets available here

Bristol to BASS Camp – Sunday 10th

Fancy a Sunday Funday? In March 2020 a bunch of Bristolians are going from Bristol to Base camp (Everest) to raise money for Phase Worldwide. But what is Bristol really known for? BASS! So why don’t you help them raise some money with some of Bristol’s finest DJs….

Don’t Tell Your Mother

Christophe (Future Boogie)

Duchess DJs

Kate Dane (Frau)

Hamish (Hey! What?)

Disco, house, funk, hip hop, breakbeat – go dance!

100% of the profits will go towards the Bristol to Base camp 2020 campaign trip. Get your tickets here  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bristol-to-bass-camp-tickets-77495556295

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Granny Smith is a West Country lass who moved to Bristol to seek fame and fortune. Instead she found cider and Slix.

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