Category: Bristol News

Sep 30
Whats on Bristol Magazine October 2021

Although September ended on a sour note with fuel and shop shortages you can look forward to an October packed with entertainment, great places to visit for Halloween and half term. You just need to know where to look and thats where we come in… Covid appears in decline and Bristol is now packed with […]

Sep 17
Building Plant Magazine September, October, November 2021

Your FREE Quarterly magazine covering the South West and Wales, targeting all construction, plant, civil engineering, groundworks, utilities, demolition, scaffolding, builders, architects, and builders merchants. Setting the agenda with news, analysis, campaigns, training, new products to the market, recruitment and anything that helps shape the future building and help to do business in our region […]

Sep 07
Welcome to the 2021 Student Guide

Let us be the first to congratulate you on your magnificent choice of city for your student studies, it shows impeccable taste on your part and we think you’ll find as you get to grips with your new home from home, when it comes to a top place to live, Bristol really has it all. […]

Aug 13
It’s Not Too Late To Apply

SGS College still has availability in the following course areas commencing September: • Access to University • Apprenticeships • Employability courses • Full-time A-Levels & GCSEs • Full-time vocational courses in Animal Science & Conservation, Art & Design, Business, Construction, Criminology, Early Years, Esports,Forensics, Games Design, Hair & Beauty, Health & Social Care, IT, Media […]

Jul 05
Giant Pacific Octopus Arrives In Bristol

Bristol Aquarium welcomes the arrival of a Giant Pacific Octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) following the passing of Gloria, the previous resident octopus. The arrival of a new octopus accompanies the trend of public interest in octopuses following the release of Netflix documentary My Octopus Teacher, and MP’s calls to include the species on an animal sentience […]

Jun 18
Pride Day and Parade Postponed

Pride Day and Parade March will not be able to go ahead in July due to Covid-19 and will be postponed to later this year, it will again focus on bringing people back together when it is safe to do so. Eve Russell, Festival Director said; “We’re so sad to announce that we have taken […]

Jun 16
Bristol International Balloon Fiesta To Change To Fiesta Flypasts

Bristol International Balloon Fiesta have released the statement below regarding Bristol International Balloon Fiesta 2021. We have taken the decision to change our plans of holding Bristol International Balloon Fiesta at Ashton Court Estate in 2021, instead we are planning ‘Fiesta Fortnight’ with flypasts and ballooning spectaculars for the city this August. Due to the […]

May 05
Tasty eats at Brunels SS Great Britain

At Brunels SS Great Britain the Harbourside Kiosk is now open daily, 10am – 4pm. Grab a takeaway drink and snack for your harbour walk. The Harbourside Kitchen will offer outdoor table service with freshly battered fish and chips. On Fridays to Sundays, the dockyard outdoor spaces will be open for visitors to enjoy up-close […]

May 05
Clevedon Pier wins Pier of the Year 2021

Clevedon Pier has been named Pier of the Year 2021, in what its chairman has described as a ‘perfect tribute’ to all those who helped it to meet the challenges of the pandemic. The historic North Somerset attraction, which is the only Grade 1 listed pier in the country, was awarded the accolade by the […]

Sep 23
A new name for Colston Hall

Colston Hall has changed its name to Bristol Beacon. Bristol Beacon states on their new website… We know that our former name, that of the slave trader Edward Colston, meant that not everyone has felt welcome or that they belong in their city’s concert hall. And if we can’t share the joy of live music […]