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More details - Andy Ford LIVE  'All over the flippin shop' tour
West Country Comedy Legend & Panto Star Andy Ford A great night of laughter
The Miners, Coalpit Heath Village Hall 214 Badminton Road, Coalpit Heath
Fri 18 Oct 19

More details - Ideal Assignment Help
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Fri 18 Oct 19

More details - Talk: Honey from Flower to Jar
Honey bees and flowers co-evolved over the last 130 million years to be completely dependent on each other. Like many animals, humans love honey. But we’ve also learnt how to use other products from the honey bee colonies, such as beeswax, propolis, royal jelly and bee venom.
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, Church Lane, Winterbourne
Thu 17 Oct 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Champion tree walk
Tyntesfield’s tree registrar, Chris Watts, leads a guided walk across the estate to explore our champion trees. Tyntesfield is home to over 40 county champion trees - the tallest, widest, oldest of their species.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sun 13 Oct 19

More details - How the West Was Lost
The Bard of Windmill Hill serves up a treatise for our troubled times, encompassing tragedy, history and comedy; satire, philosophy and social comment; drama theatricality and hilarity. It’s a tour de force of epic dimensions. *****Best show award Shaftesbury Fringe Festival 2018.
Redcatch Community Centre, Redcatch Road, Knowle, Bristol
Sat 12 Oct 19

More details - Leigh Woods - Fungi Walk
Know your mushrooms. Wander round the woods looking for fungi, learn to identify the different types of fungi that grow in the woods with help from our two knowledgeable experts. The meeting place will be at the North Road entrance to Leigh Woods BS8 3PL. Booking Essential. Phone: 0344 2491895.
Leigh Woods
Sun 6 Oct 19

More details - Table Top Sale
Over 20 stalls, Selling New & used items, held in both halls
The Miners, Coalpit Heath Village Hall 214 Badminton Road, Coalpit Heath
Sat 5 Oct 19

More details - Talk : The Apples of Yesteryear
All about Apples! Apple ethusiast Robert Beetham explores what we know about the history of this varied fruit and where it comes from. The talk is in the Cart Shed and seating is unreserved. Refreshments available. Tickets online from Ticketsource or via the Barn website.
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, Church Lane, Winterbourne
Sat 28 Sep 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Seasonal boundary walks
With 540 acres of land to explore, Tyntesfield is the perfect place for a guided walk, following the boundary wall and stopping for lunch in the Kitchen Garden. Discover rarely told tales and tread untrodden paths across fields and up through wooded glens.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 28 Sep 19

More details - Autumn Fair - Windmill Hill City Farm
Come and join us for a day of fun at the farm! Windmill Hill City Farm’s Autumn Fair is an annual event, much-loved by the local community.
Philip Street, Bedminster
Sat 28 Sep 19

More details - Some People Climb Up
Leigh Woods Car Park, Bristol Saturday, 28 Sep - Sunday, 6 Oct £3.20 - £5.34 A captivating playful audio-walk through Leigh Woods ‘The UK’s answer to Miranda July.’ A wilderness of tranquility, the lungs of the city, a home, a refuge, a playground.
Leigh Woods Car Park, Bristol Saturday, 28 Sep - Sunday, 6 Oct £3.20 - £5.34 A captivating playful audio-walk through Leigh Woods ‘The UK’s answer to Miranda July.’ British Council A wilderness of tranquility, the lungs of the city, a home, a refuge, a playground. Woodlands evoke senses, memories and emotions for all of us. Artist Sylvia Rimat takes us on a playful, thought-provoking and deeply human audio-walk through Leigh Woods, exploring our connectivity with the woodland
Sat 28 Sep 19

More details - Mind, Body & Spirit Show
Come & join us for Psychic readings, Tarot, Angel Cards, Crystals, Healing, Holistic Therapies, Jewellery, Health & Beauty, Spiritual Gifts, Pyrography, Magnetic Bracelets, Massage Beauty, candles & more.....
The Miners, Coalpit Heath Village Hall 214 Badminton Road, Coalpit Heath
Sat 28 Sep 19

More details - The Escape Act - A Holocaust Memorial
Based on the true story of Irene Danner-Storm, a Jewish acrobat who hid in a German circus during WWII to escape the concentration camps. Hard-hitting and inspiring, this historically researched and poignant one-woman theatre and puppetry production embarks on a UK tour this autumn.
Circomedia Portland Square, Bristol
Thu 26 Sep 19

More details - Continental Circus Berlin
We are offering a 2 for 1 deal, any seat, any day. Call the box office in advance 0749 4774008 and quote “BERLIN241’ to receive the deal. This offer MUST be used 24 hours before showtime and is not valid past this.
Durdham Downs Stoke Road
Wed 25 Sep 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Trust 10
Enjoy a 10k run with the National Trust. Tyntesfield has a pay & display car park: 5 per vehicle. National Trust members who scan their cards at our parking machines or those with an in date car sticker park free. We’ve devised a 5k, 2 loop route around the tracks and trails of Tyntesfield.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - Frenchay Quaker Meeting House
Heritage Open Day: Visitors will be able to inspect the building, from the entrance lobby, library and main meeting room with Baltic pine panelling and gallery, to the upstairs meeting room, and through the entrance corridor, outside to the gardens and burial ground.
Friends Meeting House, Beckspool Road, Frenchay, Bristol
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - The Luna Cinema - Bohemian Rhapsody
With its stunning mansion house and gorgeous grounds, Ashton Court Mansion will make the perfect setting for some fabulous nights of open air cinema this summer. Set in over 850 acres, this historic house will provide the ultimate backdrop for a fantastic night of cinema under the stars.
Ashton Court, Long Ashton, Bristol
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - The Luna Cinema - Mary Poppins Returns
With its stunning mansion house and gorgeous grounds, Ashton Court Mansion will make the perfect setting for some fabulous nights of open air cinema this summer. Set in over 850 acres, this historic house will provide the ultimate backdrop for a fantastic night of cinema under the stars.
Ashton Court, Long Ashton, Bristol
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - ALL SAINTS CLIFTON
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE One of England’s most iconic modernist churches, All Saints Clifton unites modern architecture with remnants of its original Victorian structure, which fell victim to wartime bombing.
All Saints Parish Office, Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Historic Building Openday
The catholic community in Clevedon invites the public to a special open-day to visit the Church of the Immaculate Conception, opened in 1886. It will be an opportunity to learn about the building of the church and to view the beautiful stained glass windows that decorate it.
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Hill Road, Clevedon, North Somerset
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Kingswood Heritage Museum
Heritage Open Day: Free access to the museum on the Saturday and free access to the grotto and museum on the Sunday This is a Heritage Museum in a historic site. We have part of an ice house, tower and a grotto. Access to both the museum and grotto are free but the grotto is only open on the Sunday.
Kingswood Heritage Museum, Tower Lane, Warmley, Bristol
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Make a stool or coffee table 2019 - Sorry, sold out.
Under the expert guidance of the Somerset Bodgers you can create your own stool or coffee table. In this two day workshop you’ll cleave ash legs, turn them on a pole lathe and put them all together into a hardwood top to create your own stool or coffee table.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Revealing the secrets of Yatton's past
Heritage Open Day: An exclusive event showcasing the archaeology and finds from excavations at North End, Yatton. Experts from Wessex Archaeology and North Somerset Council’s archaeologist will be on hand to discuss the archaeology uncovered during excavations in 2017 and 2018.
Yatton Rugby Football Club, North End Road, Yatton, Bristol
Fri 20 Sep 19

More details - The Luna Cinema - Pretty Women
With its stunning mansion house and gorgeous grounds, Ashton Court Mansion will make the perfect setting for some fabulous nights of open air cinema this summer. Set in over 850 acres, this historic house will provide the ultimate backdrop for a fantastic night of cinema under the stars.
Ashton Court, Long Ashton, Bristol
Fri 20 Sep 19

More details - Tyntesfield - TYNTEtots: The Ugly Duckling
Storytelling, crafts and games for 2-5 year olds and their families inspired by the classic story of The Ugly Duckling. Have a go at making snow, play hook-a-duck, make a feathered friend and hear the classic story of The Ugly Duckling. Space is limited so, where possible, please only bring one adult per child.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Wed 18 Sep 19

More details - BRISTOL SYNAGOGUE
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE Explore a rare surviving example of a Grade II-listed Victorian Synagogue. The only purpose-built Jewish house of worship in Bristol, Bristol Synagogue was consecrated in 1871, after being built on the remains of a former quarry. Designed by H.
9 Park Row, Bristol
Sun 15 Sep 19

More details - ARCHFIELD HOUSE NURSERY OBSERVATORY
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE I spy with my little eye…a unique 360 view over Bristol! Nestled above the buildings of the inner city, the Archfield House Nursery Observatory provides fantastic views over Bristol.
4 Archfield Road, Bristol
Sun 15 Sep 19

More details - Maes Knoll Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
3 contrasting gardens nestle in this hidden valley just outside Bristol. On the slopes of Maes Knoll, an ancient hill fort, is Whitewood Lodge, offering stunning garden design, enticing walks through wildlife gardens and a pond. Many seats allow time to relax and take in the stunning views and varied flower beds.
Maes Knoll Gardens, Bristol
Sun 15 Sep 19

More details - WE CAN MAKE: TEST HOME
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE Discover the future of community-designed housing in an open afternoon at the We Can Make test home. The We Can Make initiative aims to support people to create the homes they want and need, and is a collaboration between Knowle West Media Centre, White Design and local residents.
Corner of Barnstaple Road, Bristol
Sun 15 Sep 19

More details - Ram Hill Colliery
Heritage Open Day: Tour the remains of this significant 19th century coal mine. Visit the woodland area and the remains of the shaft, Dramway, engine house and horse gin. Ram Hill Colliery was linked underground to Rose Oak and Churchleaze pits, Coal was mined here for about 30 years until the 1860s.
1 Railway Cottages, Broad Lane, Coalpit Heath, Bristol
Sun 15 Sep 19

More details - ST MICHAELS ON THE MOUNT WITHOUT
Heritage Open Day: OPEN SITE Boarded up for 20 years, unlock the mysteries of St Michael on the Mount. Hear from the owner about the plans going forward to convert this wonderful building into a dance and theatre event space and see the progress to date in the crypt. Got the kids?
St. Michaels Hill, Bristol
Sun 15 Sep 19

More details - ST THOMAS THE MARTYR
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE & DROP IN TOWER TOURS Discover medieval Redcliffe, its origins and development over the centuries. Located in Bristol’s city centre, St Thomas the Martyr church was designed in 1789 by local architect and carver James Allen to replace a medieval church deemed unsafe for use.
St. Thomas Church, Thomas Lane, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - THE OLD LIBRARY, EASTVILLE
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE, EVENT & WORKSHOPS Come along to the Anniversary Party as the Old Library celebrates its third birthday!
MULLER ROAD, BRISTOL
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - MERCHANTS' HALL
Heritage Open Day: DROP IN GUIDED TOUR Royal charters, spectacular chandeliers and antique treasures! Step into Merchants’ Hall’s magnificent interior and delve into historical riches, learning about the Society’s long history as well as its work in education, care and social enterprise.
The Promenade, Clifton, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - ST JOHN ON THE WALL
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE & RE-ENACTMENT EVENT You don’t have to imagine the roar of cannons, the crackle of musketry, the clash of armour, the thunder of horse’s hooves and the beating of drums. Discover the sights, sounds, and smells of seventeenth century Bristol with a re-enactment of the Civil War!
The Churches Conservation Trust, Church Of St. John The Baptist, Broad Street, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - Tyntesfield
Heritage Open Day: Cocooned in the Somerset Countryside, Tyntesfield is a rare survivor – a near-complete Victorian Gothic house and estate. Today you will discover an ornate chapel, flower filled terraces, towering trees, abundant kitchen garden and extensive views.
Home Farm, Tyntesfield, Wraxall, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - Orthodox Church Open Day
Heritage Open Day: An opportunity to see the interior of our church, with information available and people to speak to. The church was built in 1888 and converted to use as an Orthodox church in 1968. Many people walk past our church building but have never been inside.
Orthodox Church, University Road, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - St Mary's Church, Thornbury, Bristol
Heritage Open Day: Come visit our beautiful traditional perpendicular Church. Seeped in history & connected with Edward IV & Henry VIII. For this special occasion we open our Church Tower, for those that are able to climb and see the amazing surrounding area views. All Welcome.
St. Marys Church, Castle Street, Thornbury, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - University of Bristol Theatre Collection
Heritage Open Day: The University of Bristol Theatre Collection is an accredited museum and archive of British theatre history. Come along on Saturday 14 September to see exhibitions, a display about Henry Irving and Ellen Terry, and chat to our staff and volunteers.
Unversity of Bristol Theatre Collection, 21 Park Row, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - Warmley Signal Box
Heritage Open Day: Grade 2 listed Midland Railway Signal Box will be open to the public on Saturday 14th September 2 - 4 pm. The lower level will also be open to the public and some of the levers will be working. Pretty gardens surrounding the box.
Warmley signal Box, High Street, Warmley, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - CHILDREN'S SCRAPSTORE
Heritage Open Day: ACTIVITY & TOURS Become an architect for the day and create a small world in a box! It could be a magical garden, futuristic landscape or underwater city… With masses of scrap and craft resources at our fingertips, you can go wild!
Scrapstore House, 21 Sevier Street, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - CIRCOMEDIA
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE, WORKSHOP & EXHIBITION Acrobats silhouetted against a stained-glass window… Venture through the doors of?Circomedia’s?beautiful Grade I listed building for incredible architecture paired with unbelievable demonstrations of circus. Workshops (11am, 12.15pm, 2pm, 3.
St Pauls Church, Portland Square, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - Backwell Baptist Church
Heritage Open Day: Celebrating 125 years Guides, tours, information History timeline of 125 years Activities for children Refreshments Free car-park Floral displays There will be artifacts on view Baptistry will be open Display of pictures showing historic church events Timeline will reflect ’people
Backwell Baptist Church, Chapel Hill, Backwell, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - BLAISE COMMUNITY GARDEN
Heritage Open Day: DROP IN TOUR: VICTORIAN HERBS Learn how the Victorians cultivated plants for culinary and medicinal purposes. Drop in for a guided tour and discover how the gardens were designed and learn about the history of Victorian gardens. Got the kids?
Next to Blaise House Museum, Henbury Road, Henbury, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - CITY HALL
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE Over the moat: an exclusive look into one of Bristol’s most iconic buildings, and current seat of local government. Unveil the history of the city’s leadership engraved on the walls of City Hall. Self guided tours: Get access to the Lord Mayor’s Parlour and the historic first?
Bristol City Council, City Hall, College Green, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - ENGINE SHED
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE, TOUR & TALK Drop in to one of the oldest surviving train terminuses in the world and find out how Brunel’s station has been transformed into an exciting business hub. The Engine Shed spaces were born out of offices home to Brunel’s boardroom and drawing offices.
Station Approach, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - HILLFIELDS LIBRARY
Heritage Open Day: PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION & WORKSHOPS Explore the physical legacy of the Addison Housing Act, during the centenary of the birth of council housing. Hillfields was Bristol’s first council estate built following the introduction of the Addison Housing Act in 1919.
Summerleaze, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - CLIFTON SUSPENSION BRIDGE
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE, TOURS & ART EXHIBITION Bridges: how do you keep them up? Discover how the Clifton Suspension Bridge is monitored and maintained in celebration of the new toll houses.
Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bridge Road, Leigh Woods, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - ELSIE BRIGGS HOUSE
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE Step back in time as you squeeze into this 15th century hall house. One of Bristol’s oldest domestic buildings, Elsie Briggs house is a remarkable architectural survival and a hidden treasure in the city.
38 Church Road, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - Winterbourne Parish Church
Heritage Open Day: The late twelfth century Grade 1 listed Parish Church of St Michael is still in use today. It sits in a rural Conservation Zone and has significant remains from the 14th century to the 20th. This year, special displays on bells.
Church Lane, Winterbourne
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - ARNOS VALE CEMETERY
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE, TOUR & ART EXHIBITION Take a stroll around Bristol’s historic Victorian cemetery. Opened in 1839, Arnos Vale was the first cemetery in the South West. With over 300,000 burials and four listed buildings, the cemetery is home to a wealth of social history.
Bath Road, Brislington, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - THE EMMANUEL MEETING HOUSE
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE Explore this elegant neo-classical construction with its large open interior – a ‘tour de force of engineering’.
The Meeting House, Lewins Mead, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - VICTORIA METHODIST CHURCH
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE & ARCHITECTURE TOURS Discover the past, present and future of this church celebrating its 155th anniversary.
Victoria Methodist Church, 1A Whiteladies Road, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - South Glos Food & Drink Festival - Autumn Event
After the success of our Spring Edition, the South Glos Food Drink Festival is back for seconds with an Autumn Edition this September. A whole weekend celebrating our two favourite things - food and drink! Summer may be over but we have an array of deliciousness to keep off those winter blues.
Bristol & Bath Science Park, Dirac Crescent, Emersons Green
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - Open Days at Saltford Brass Mill - Historic Monument of our industrial and social heritage
Heritage Open Day: Ancient Monument and Listed (Grade II*) relic of the brass industry which thrived in the Avon Valley in the 18th & 19th Centuries. We show how the mill worked, how it came to survive into the 21st Century and its impact on local social history.
The Old Brass Mills, The Shallows, Saltford, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - Gordano - St Nicholas' Church
Heritage Open Day: Built in 1911 as a Chapel for the Cadets at the Nautical School. Beautiful stained glass windows depicting the Nautical background and founding of the School. The Chapel was originally owned by School and then more recently turned over to the Church
St. Nicholas Church, Nore Road, Portishead, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - AVONMOUTH ASPHALT PLANT
Heritage Open Day: DROP IN TOUR What happens at an asphalt plant? Gain an exclusive insight as you get into the nitty-gritty of road-making in Bristol. Drop in tour (approx.
Rockingham Park, Smoke lane, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - ASHTON GATEHOUSE
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE One gateway, two worlds. Unearth the history of the original gatehouse to Ashton Court mansion.
Ashton Gatehouse, Blackmoors Lane, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - BLAISE CASTLE FOLLY
Heritage Open Day: OPEN SITE Standing on a site steeped in history, this miniature gothic-style castle is a folly that historically played summerhouse to the Blaise Castle Estate.
Blaise Castle Estate, Henbury Road, Henbury, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - BRISTOL OLD VIC
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE, EXHIBITION & DEMONSTRATIONS Bristol Old Vic takes you behind the scenes of the oldest continuously working theatre in the English-speaking world.
King Street, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - BRUNEL'S SWIVEL BRIDGE
Heritage Open Day: OPEN SITE Swing by Brunel’s forgotten bridge… See how a passionate group of volunteers are working to conserve a piece of Bristol’s engineering history, this year celebrating its 170th anniversary!
Cumberland Basin, under Plimsoll Bridge, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - Family Rainbow Run
Come and get messy at Old Down by joining us at our second Family Rainbow Fun Run on 14th September. The course is 1.5K around our Adventure Playground (which includes some of the apparatus) with a full rainbow of powder paints coating you from head to foot as you run!
Old Down Country Park Foxholes Lane Tockington
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - HOLY TRINITY CHURCH & BELL TOWER
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE & DROP IN TOUR Climb up to the ringing chamber of this ancient church, Bristol’s third oldest building (built 1194!), and ascend to the roof for amazing views of the city. Since 717 AD, there has been a place of worship in this location, with the current church dating back to 1194.
Holy Trinity Church, Church Road, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - ST PAULS COMMUNITY DARKROOMS AND THE REAL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPANY
Heritage Open Day: TALK & WORKSHOP Did you know? Photography was invented in 1803 in Bristol! Follow in the footsteps of Humphrey Davy and Thomas Wedgwood when they designed a way of making silhouettes of leaves using light.
St. Pauls Learning Centre, 94 Grosvenor Road, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - The Clifton Club
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE & EXHIBITION A rare opportunity to access this historic Grade II* listed private members club. The Clifton Club was formally The Clifton Grand Hotel built in 1811.
The Clifton Club, 22 The Mall, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - M SHED
Heritage Open Day: DROP IN TOURS & TRAIN RIDES Get behind the scenes of one of Bristol’s most visited venues. Guided tours: Access the M Shed storerooms and view treasures from their social, industrial and maritime history collections.
M Shed, Princes Wharf, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - ST JOHNS ANCIENT CHURCHYARD
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE For the first time in decades, St John’s ancient churchyard will be open for visitors to discover its medieval origins.
Tailors Court, Bristol
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - FREEMASON'S HALL
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE & TOUR Set in the heart of Bristol, this striking Grade II listed building will be opening its doors during the festival this year for the first time.
Freemasons of Bristol Ltd, 31 Park Street, Bristol
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - SAINT STEPHEN’S CHURCH
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE, TOWER TOURS, BELLRINGING & CONCERTS Unlock the secrets of this beautiful Grade I listed 14th century church. Tours: Join a guided tour of the 152ft. tower (complete with arcaded battlements and openwork parapet) and enjoy a bell-ringing talk and demonstration.
21 St Stephens Street, Bristol
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - ST JAMES PRIORY
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE & TOURS Step back in time as you enter this Norman Priory- the oldest building in Bristol still in use, dating from 1129. Find sanctuary in the simple grandeur of the former Benedictine priory, reopened to the public after a substantial conservation & restoration programme.
St. James Priory, Whitson Street, Bristol
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - CREATIVE WORKSPACE
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE & FAMILY ART ACTIVITY What place or space is important to you? Take the opportunity to reflect creatively on a space that matters to you: home, Bristol, the cupboard under the stairs… Explore the idea of important spaces together -whether real or imagined- through drop-in family...
Queens Road, Withywood, Bristol
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - THE TRINITY CENTRE
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE Get a backstage view of this iconic art and community venue, one of the finest examples of urban conservation and transformation. Originally built in 1829, this Grade II* listed building was deconsecrated in 1976, and since then has become a hub for art and the community.
TRINITY ROAD, Bristol
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL BOTANIC GARDEN
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE & TOURS Lose yourself in the world of plants… Be enchanted by a unique display of flora and fauna as the Botanic Garden and the glasshouses are opened free for one day.
STOKE PARK ROAD, BRISTOL
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - AVERYS WINE MERCHANTS
Heritage Open Day: TALKS & TOURS Soak up the ambience in Bristol’s oldest wine merchants. Talks (Fri): Discover more about the history of the building and Averys as a wine merchant, and enjoy a free wine tasting of two wines. (First-come, first served). Talks on Friday every hour from 10-4pm.
Averys Wine Merchants, 9 Culver Street, Bristol
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - GLENSIDE HOSPITAL MUSEUM
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE & ACTIVITIES Enter a Victorian asylum chapel full of curious artefacts and photographs of Bristol’s psychiatric, learning disability and war hospitals. Explore the changing history of the fascinating building, from Victorian asylum chapel to Beaufort War Hospital during World War One.
Glenside Hospital Museum, Glenside Campus, Blackberry Hill, Bristol
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - THE NEW ROOM, JOHN WESLEY'S CHAPEL
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE, TALKS & FAMILY ACTIVITIES Visit the oldest Methodist Chapel in the world! Drop in for Museum family fun, spotlight talks, and the chance to explore the library. Family fun: Design your own miniature room with free drop in sessions over the weekend.
The New Room, 36 The Horsefair, Bristol
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - Father Figurine
Combining poignant spoken word poetry with hip hop dance, Father Figurine explores the fractured relationship between a father and his son and their inability to healthily deal with a traumatic event. Will they be able to share their emotions with each other?
The Wardrobe Theatre 25 West Street, Old Market
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - Parish church of St. Luke the Evangelist, Brislington.
Heritage Open Day: Come and see our 15th century grade 2* listed church set in the centre of the Brislington Conservation Area and see the recently redecorated interior and upgraded entrance area. Visit our tower and see the bells in action. The public may visit our church.
The Parish Church of St. Luke The Evangelist, Church Parade, Brislington, Bristol
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - THE ISLAND
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE & TOURS Enter through the original studded double wooden doors of this former 1930’s police HQ, now a thriving arts centre. Drop in: Go behind bars and explore the cells and studios-and get to meet some of the resident artists!
OLD BRIDEWELL POLICE STATION, NELSON STREET, Bristol
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - LIGHT VESSEL 55 (JOHN SEBASTIAN)
Heritage Open Day: DROP IN TOUR & DEMONSTRATIONS All aboard! Take a guided tour of this friendly light ship, built in 1885 in Albion Yard to guide other ships to safety. A lesser known piece of the city’s maritime past, learn how the ship’s design ensured safe passage around our shores.
Bathurst Basin, Bristol
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - LUXE FITNESS
Heritage Open Day: ARCHITECTURE TOUR & OPEN HOUSE From a library to a state-of-the-art gym facility! Hear about the history of this important historic building on guided tours with the architect, or have a nose around at your own pace.
Luxe Fitness, 1-2 St. Peters Court, Bedminster Parade, Bristol
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - ST GEORGE'S BRISTOL
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE & TOURS Through the hall, down to the crypt, backstage and out into the gardens…discover the legacy of St George’s Bristol with a behind-the-scenes tour through its history.
Great George Street, Bristol
Fri 13 Sep 19

More details - Stoneleigh Down - Open Garden for NGS
Approaching acre, the south-facing garden has curved gravel pathways around an S-shaped lawn that connects themed areas. On a level site, it has been densely planted with a wide variety of trees, shrubs, perennials and bulbs for yr-round interest. Plenty of places to sit. Steps into courtyard.
Stoneleigh Down, Bristol
Sat 7 Sep 19

More details - Table Top Sale
over 20 stalls selling new & used items, held in both halls
The Miners, Coalpit Heath Village Hall 214 Badminton Road, Coalpit Heath
Sat 7 Sep 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Seasonal sketching tours
Learn something new and be inspired to draw the beautiful landscapes and changing colours of Tyntesfield on these summer and autumn sketching tours. Gemma from Green Fox workshops will demonstrate working with different materials and methods on these seasonal workshops.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 7 Sep 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Autumn sketching tour
Learn something new and be inspired to draw the changing colours of Tyntesfield on this autumn sketching tour. Gemma from Green Fox workshops will demonstrate working with watercolour to effectively capture beautiful leaves and trees.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sat 7 Sep 19

More details - Keynsham Comedy Club Smiley Spaces
Brilliant Comedy at ’The Space’ in Keynsham continues. A fantastic bill of TV and headline comedians.
The Space, 5 Temple St, Keynsham.
Fri 6 Sep 19

More details - Flower Festival
Church Festivals in Flowers titled ’Flower Festival - The Church’s Year. Arrangements depicting Festivals of the year i.e. Patronal, Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Holy Week & Easter, Christenings and Harvest. Each arrangement will have a reading/hymn to coincide with the season.
St Mary’s Church, Fishponds, Bristol
Thu 5 Sep 19

More details - A Night Of Songs
Film-Director, author and lead singer of acclaimed Punk band The Skids, Richard Jobsonpresents ‘A Night of Songs’, where he will be sharing ihs illustrious, yet often challenging, life story alongside musical interludes.
St George’s Bristol
Tue 3 Sep 19

More details - Tyntesfield - House tickets: September
To enter the house at Tyntesfield, you’ll need a ticket. These can be pre-booked or picked up from the ticket office on the day. Afternoon tickets to visit the house can be pre-booked up to 24 hours in advance, and you can arrive at any time between 12 and 4pm.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sun 1 Sep 19

More details - Bristol Male Voice Choir and The Frampton Shantymen
Join us for a summer concert with Bristol’s ‘biggest boy band’ the Bristol Male Voice Choir and our favourite land-based seafarers The Frampton Shantymen. Between them they offer a varied programme of light music from spirituals and folk songs to modern musicals and sea-shanties.
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, Church Lane, Winterbourne
Sat 31 Aug 19

More details - Electric Barbarella Alt' 80's Club Night
A monthly alternative ’80’s night at the brilliant new venue, Zed Alley. FREE ENTRY!! DJ Chez will be bringing you a night of alternative 80’s anthems spanning New Romantic, Synthpop, Goth and New Wave.
Zed Alley Host Street
Sat 31 Aug 19

More details - Summer Screens at Bristol Zoo Gardens
Visit Bristol Zoo Gardens this summer for a unique outdoor cinematic experience in our award-winning gardens, surrounded by some of your favourite species. Summer Screens will be showing a combination of stone cold classics and modern family favourites in full HD projection.
Bristol Zoo Gardens Clifton
Wed 28 Aug 19

More details - Leigh Woods - Owls, Bats and Bird Calls
Join wildlife expert Ed Drewitt as we explore the woods by night. Come to Leigh Woods for an interesting and informative summer evening of birds and bats.
Leigh Woods
Wed 28 Aug 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Carve a Celtic knot 2019 (sorry, sold out)
New for 2019: Learn the principles of basic relief carving by carving a Celtic knot or another design of your choice on this one day workshop with the Somerset Bodgers. Learn the principles of basic relief carving by carving a Celtic knot or a design of your choice.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sun 25 Aug 19

More details - HorseWorld Charity Open Day
Join us at HorseWorld for our third Charity Open Day of 2019. Meet the horses, staff and volunteers on our working rescue yard. 10:30 to 16:00 Free entry and free parking.
HorseWorld Trust, Keynes Farm, Staunton Lane, Whitchurch, Bristol
Sat 24 Aug 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Seasonal food and craft markets
We welcome an array of local food and craft producers to Tyntesfield’s Home Farm on seasonal Sundays throughout the year.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Sun 18 Aug 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Alice in Wonderland with Immersion Theatre
Summer outdoor theatre on the Croquet Lawn from Immersion Theatre. Tyntesfield and Immersion Theatre invite you to join us on the Croquet Lawn for Lewis Carroll’s classic story of Alice in Wonderland.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Fri 16 Aug 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Summer outdoor theatre
Summer outdoor theatre on the Croquet Lawn. 14 June, 7pm: Much Ado About Nothing with the HandleBards 27 July, 7.30pm: A Midsummer Night’s Dream with The Lord Chamberlain’s Men 16 August, 6.30pm: Alice in Wonderland with Immersion Theatre.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Fri 16 Aug 19

More details - Turtle Bay Summer Sound Clash Festival
Caribbean restaurant, Turtle Bay, has announced a four-day Summer Sound Clash Festival that will take place across seven of its restaurants on selected dates throughout July and August.
Turtle Bay 8 Broad Quay
Thu 15 Aug 19

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