Our popular Bristol History Video Series is free to watch during lockdown. Videos include:- A HISTORY OF BRISTOL, BRISTOL AT WAR, THE DOUGLAS STORY, A CENTURY OF BRISTOL CINEMAS, A HISTORY OF KINGSWOOD FOREST AND THE MATTHEW. Check out this article for the highlights of each documentary and links so you can easily select which videos you’d like to watch!
Support for coronavirus in Portishead: Read about which shops and restaurants are offering takeaway service plus links to useful local and national resources which may be helpful whether you’re elderly, vulnerable, self-isolating or just need some information or support at the moment.
Multi-award-winning, BEAUTIFUL THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL, is now touring the UK and is currently showing at the Bristol Hippodrome. Does the show live up to its name? Is it suitable for children? What’s the plot? Is it worth a visit? Find out more in our full BEAUTIFUL THE MUSICAL REVIEW, complete with story synopsis, show highlights, age suitability guide and our verdict!
Would you like to shop sustainably but don’t know whether second hand clothes are really for you? We try out Beyond Retro, a recent addition to the vintage shops in Bristol. Could they produce a fabulous outfit tor a wedding? Would they be able to cater for my above average height and why should we shop vintage anyway? Read on and prepare to be pleasantly surprised at what treasures we unearth in the name of being environmentally friendly!
Want to know where to eat in Portishead? Which pubs have soft play? Which restaurants serve a Sunday roast? Which bars are dog-friendly? From Aqua on Portishead Marina to the Windmill Inn overlooking Bristol channel. Read this fab guide to Portishead restaurants and pubs with food!
Fab festive family guide to places to go and things to do at Christmas in Bristol and North Somerset in 2019. Includes handy information on skating rinks, enchanted forests and Victorian Christmas celebrations.
Not booked to see Father Christmas yet? Fear not as we bring you our pick of the best Santa Grottos in Bristol, Somerset, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire, including booking information, ticket costs and accessibility details. We also feature some unusual and fun ways to see Father Christmas in 2019 like on a steam train, a boat or even on the pier. Want to find an autism friendly Santa? Then this post is for you. Click here for all the gen on Santa’s grottos in Bristol and Somerset plus a few popular ones in Wiltshire and Gloucestershire too!