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For health information regarding the Coronavirus click the title above to visit the NHS website. COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It's caused by a virus called coronavirus. Find out how to avoid catching and spreading Coronavirus and what to do if you have symptoms.
For the latest updates and information regarding local services and advice plus information regarding financial help available if you've had a income drop as a result of COVID-19; including losing your job, losing contracts or your household income reducing because someone else in the household is self isolating or in hospital. visit Bristol City Councils website by clicking the title above.
Click the title above for the latest information advice and information from central government. Find out the number of cases and risk level in the UK, what to do if you have symptoms, and what the government is doing about the virus.
It's not all doom and gloom many of Bristol's wonderful restaurants can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home, we have put together a list of those who offer home delivery and takeawy so you can continue enjoying the wonderful food our city has to offer. This is also a great way to support our local eateries who are struggling at the moment.
Avon Valley railway are pleased to announce that heritage trains are back! Starting with the heritage diesel service on Saturdays and Sundays in August plus the three days of the bank holiday weekend at the end of the month. Tickets need to be booked in advance and can be purchased on the Avon Valley railway website. Avon Valley Steam Railway Bitton Railway Station Bath Road Bitton BS30 6HD
The New Room cafe and chapel are now open and operating in line with the enhanced safety measures set out by the UK Government. We will be open Tuesday - Saturday with new opening hours of 11am - 3pm. The New Room café will be open for takeaway only, offering drinks, cakes and light lunches. The chapel and Broadmead courtyard will be open for private prayer and reflection. Our library, museum, shop, events space and toilets will remain closed to the public.The New Room 36 The Horsefair Broadmead Bristol BS1 3JE
Seamus O'Donnell's is a little bar where everyone can be themselves, We are very old fashioned and we're the house of Guinness in Bristol, so of course you won't find a better pint anywere else!. We also have frequent live entertainment. Get your drinks delivered right to your table by downloading the Q-tap app No large groups please. Seamus O' Donnells 13 Saint Nicholas Street (Next to Saint Nicholas Market) Bristol BS1 1UE
We are very excited to warmly welcome you back to Brunel’s SS Great Britain! Re-opening just in time for the 50th Anniversary of the ship’s return back home to Bristol, so the bunting and flags will be out for your visit! We are very much looking forward to seeing you for a terrific day out. If you are a member, an existing ticket holder, or are buying a ticket online, please book a timed slot for your visit. Brunel's SS Great Britain. Great Western Dockyard, Gas Ferry Road, Bristol, BS1 6TY
Bristol Aquarium is thrilled open to the public once again. Visitors can enjoy the colourful wonders of an underwater world, right in the heart of Bristol under new strict COVID-19 health and safety procedures. Safety is of highest priority, and they have meticulously reviewd your journey around the aquarium to minimise risk without compromising the unique underwater experience. Click the link in the title to visit the website and find out more - They can’t wait to ‘sea’ you!
Bricklive Ocean has come to Bristol Zoo Gardens this summer, with over 50 incredible sculptures made with half a million toy bricks. From the winding tentacles of the giant octopus to the adorable baby turtles, there’s plenty to spot on your seafaring adventure around the Zoo! As you discover each sculpture, don’t forget to keep an eye out for Zoo babies! Pay a visit to the Goodfellow’s Tree Kangaroo joey, Kiri, who likes to pop his head out of mum’s pouch and is becoming increasingly adventurous. Watch young spider monkey Amaya swing about and see if you can spot recently-hatched keas. Open for pre-purchased and pre-booked tickets only.
TV favourite Lucy Porter returns with another fantastic stand-up show. At Brownies, Lucy thought she’d be prepared for anything. Life turned out to be slightly more complicated than Brown Owl let on. Recent TV includes Would I Lie to You, QI and Impossible, and she’s a regular on Radio 4’s News Quiz and The Now Show. This show is rescheduled from May 7. 17th September 8.30pm (doors 7.45pm) The Hen and Chicken 210 North Street Bedminster Bristol BS3 1JF
Clevedon Pier is open Wednesday – Sunday, 11:00-17:00 (last entry 16:30). Our new pop up shop is open – selling ice cream, soft drinks, postcards and other gifts. The museum and the Porthole Room remain closed. The Pier Copse toilets are available, free of charge for Pier visitors. Clevedon Pier The Beach, Clevedon BS21 7QU
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Organisers of the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta have announced plans for 2020, which will include activity in the sky and online, but no on-the-ground activity at Ashton Court. In order to adhere to the governmental guidelines around social distancing and mass gatherings, the 2020 edition of Bristol International Balloon Fiesta cannot take place as normal. Therefore organisers have announced the inaugural ‘Fiesta Flypast, which will see iconic balloons flying over the city this August. The flypast will take place on a date to be selected between 1-14 August, with balloons taking to the skies over the city of Bristol.
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