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More details - Chinese New Year Family Fun Day
A Pay What You Can Family Fun Day event invites you to celebrate the Chinese New Year!Expect crafts, live music, face-painting, games and more to help you welcome in the Year Of The Pig! Please note in order to be guaranteed admission to this event you need to book a free ticket via the link below.
Creative Workspace Queens Road Withywood

More details - The Jumper Factory
I wait whilst the world carries on, whilst my family grow old, whilst my lovers move on, and I count down the days, and I wait... How would you survive in prison?
Bristol Old Vic, King Street

More details - Learn To Ballroom Dance In A Day
Strictly Ballroom Dance Workshop - Be the new ‘Stars of the Show’ If you’ve always wanted to learn all the fabulous dances seen on TV, but don’t have time to commit to a weekly dance class? Then Donahey’s Learn to Ballroom Dance in a Day workshop is for you!
The Greenway Centre Doncaster Rd

More details - Curious About Bristol
Have fun discovering Bristol with two self-guided, quirky, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Buy in booklet or instant download format. Are you curious about Bristol? Looking for an unusual and quirky activity which gets you out in the fresh air whatever the weather?
Bristol City Centre Starts: Bathurst Parade Bristol
Today to Thu 11 Apr

More details - Rats, Tales & Trails: February Half Term
Scurry along to the ship for ratty fun this half-term. Go on the Hide & Squeak trail and delve into the deepest nooks and crannies of the SS Great Britain to search for squeaky stowaways.
Brunel’s SS Great Britain Great Western Dockyard, Gas Ferry Road
Today and Sun 24 Feb

More details - The Weekend by Michael Palin
Horfield Theatre Company presents ‘The Weekend’ by Michael Palin Faced with a family gathering, world-weary Stephen Febble does his best to be difficult.
Horfield Parish Church Hall, Wellington Hill

More details - Henleaze Heritage Trails
A walk around Henleaze. Discover some interesting facts and places in the area. There are three separate trails but these can be completed in one go if you feel energetic!
Henleaze Road, Bristol
Today to Mon 8 Apr

More details - Westbury on Trym Heritage Trail
Free DIY Walk/Heritage Trail Free pdf copies available from Westbury on Henleaze Library
Westbury on Trym
Today to Wed 10 Apr

More details - Zoo Detectives at Bristol Zoo Gardens
This February half term use your impeccable detective skills to help us discover the mystery of the missing crickets. You will be assigned a case file between 16th February 2019 until 3rd March 2019 to help you crack the case.
Bristol Zoo Gardens Guthrie Road
Today to Sun 3 Mar

More details - Lantern Parade
Join us for a magical lantern parade down our wedding avenue and into the walled garden where bonfires, marshmallow toasting, music and food will add to the fun. Drummer will lead the procession. Bring your own lantern or make one at Old Down during February (lantern kits £5).
Old Down Country Park Foxholes Lane Tockington
Sun 24 Feb 19

More details - Tyntesfield - 'Work hard' storytelling tours
On weekdays in February, access to the house at Tyntesfield is on a ’Work hard’ storytelling tour only. Find out more about the Gibbs family’s servants and what it was like to work at Tyntesfield. Tickets are also available on the day.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Mon 25 Feb to Fri 1 Mar

More details - St Luke's Coffee Pot
Relax, have a chat and a tea or coffee with a biscuit or two. Join us at out coffee mornings in St Luke’s church hall. Sometimes we arrange trips and days out to places such as Cadbury Garden Centre, Street Shopping Village, Swindon Outlet and alike.
St Luke’s Hall, Queen Ann Road, Barton Hill, Bristol
Wed 27 Feb, Wed 6 Mar, Wed 13 Mar, Wed 20 Mar, Wed 27 Mar, Wed 3 Apr, Wed 10 Apr, Wed 17 Apr

More details - Tyntesfield - TYNTEtots 2019
Storytelling, crafts and games for 2-5 year olds and their families inspired by classic stories including Thumbelina, The Little Red Hen, The Owl and the Pussycat and Peter Rabbit.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Wed 27 Feb, Thu 28 Feb, Wed 20 Mar, Thu 21 Mar

More details - Tyntesfield - TYNTEtots: Thumbelina
Storytelling, crafts and games for 2-5 year olds and their families inspired by the classic story of Thumbelina. Make a fairy potion, be a nature detective, join a frog party and hear the story of Thumbelina. Space is limited so, where possible, please only bring one adult per child.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Wed 27 Feb 19 and Thu 28 Feb

More details - No Kids
Co-artistic directors George Mann and Nir Paldi are a real-life couple trying to answer a question many of us face.
Tobacco Factory Theatres, Spielman Theatre, Raleigh Road, Bristol
Wed 27 Feb to Sat 2 Mar, Mon 4 Mar to Sat 9 Mar

More details - New Beginner Line Dance Class
New Beginner Line Dance Class No partner needed and suitable for all ages, levels and abilities. New members always welcome. Take the steps to a hobby that is proven to increase mobility, improve muscle tone, aid weight loss, reduce stress, improve confidence and self esteem, and make new life long friends.
Shireway Community Centre, The Centre, Shire way, Yate
Wed 27 Feb, Wed 6 Mar, Wed 13 Mar, Wed 20 Mar, Wed 27 Mar, Wed 3 Apr

More details - Alpha course at St Luke's Church, Barton Hill
There will be an Alpha course running at St Luke’s through to March 2019. Anyone is welcome to join at any point through the course to explore some aspects of the Christian faith and discuss the meaning(s) of life! Sessions are in the downstairs hall at 6.30pm every Thursday. A simple meal is provided.
St Luke’s Hall, Queen Ann Road, Barton Hill, Bristol
Thu 28 Feb, Thu 7 Mar

More details - Haunted and Hidden Bristol Walking Tour
As seen on TVs "Most Haunted"...a fun 75 min walk around old Bristol’s haunted buildings along with many tv/film locations too plus some Bristol history too! Advance bookings required on 07766 258407 or
College Green
Fri 1 Mar, Fri 8 Mar, Fri 15 Mar, Fri 22 Mar, Fri 5 Apr, Fri 12 Apr, Fri 19 Apr, Fri 26 Apr

More details - Apple Grafting Workshop
A one-day course explaining why and how we graft fruit trees. It involves individual hands-on work. You will end up making at least newly grafted apple trees to take home. The workshop is run by Ben Raskin, Head of Horticulture at the Soil Association, a very experienced horticulturalist and excellent tutor.
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, Church Lane, Winterbourne
Sat 2 Mar 19

More details - MiniBeats Brilliant Brass!
Limber up those lips and take a deep breath as you get ready to join presenter Laura Tanner and Brilliant Brass players from the Bristol Ensemble for a musical journey through the history of Brass instruments. Learn about the instruments of the Brass family, including fascinating facts about how they work.
St George’s Bristol St George’s Bristol Great George Street, off Park Street Bristol
Sun 3 Mar 19

More details - Northern Kenya Through the Lens: A Visual Story of Conservation
Wayfairer Travel invites you attend our first event, an evening on conservation and wildlife photography with Riccardo Orizio, Kellie Netherwood and Stevie Mann, in collaboration with Saruni Kenya.
The Square Club 15 Berkeley Square
Thu 7 Mar 19

More details - Recorder concert
Bristol Branch of the Society of Recorder Players present a concert of music from the 16th to 21st centuries, played on the full range of recorders, from descant to contra bass. Blockflute Band are conducted by Richard Little, and are joined by Bristowe Consort.
Westbury-on-Trym Methodist Church, 46 Westbury Hill
Fri 8 Mar 19

More details - Tyntesfield - Feel Good Friday: Tyntesfield run
Blow the cobwebs away with a morning run round the Tyntesfield estate, enjoying spectacular scenery along the way. Open to all abilities - no one will be left behind. Led by members of the Nailsea Running Club. Price includes a cup of tea or filter coffee afterwards in the Cow Barn restaurant.
Tyntesfield, Wraxall
Fri 8 Mar

More details - Quiz Night
Have an evening of fun and put your skill and knowledge to the test! Come to our light-hearted quiz night and show off your brain-power... We generally organise the affair with teams of 5 or 6 people Call Barb on 07730479998 or email to book a place.
St Luke’s Hall (upstairs), Church Street (off Queen Ann Road), Barton Hill, Bristol
Sat 9 Mar 19

More details - Antiques, Vintage & Collectables Fair
Over 40 stalls in 2 function rooms selling a wide range collectables including books, silver, ceramics, coins, jewellery antique and modern, glassware, toys, retro & vintage homeware, furniture, military medals and Victoriarna . Monthly fair held the second Sunday of the month
BAWA Health & Leisure Club, Southmead Road, Filton Bristol, Bristol
Sun 10 Mar

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