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Valley Fest 2020 now rescheduled to 2021

Valley Fest 2020 now rescheduled to 2021

On the grounds of safety, the organisers of Valley Fest have today announced that the festival will be rescheduled for July 30th to August 1st, 2021.

Refugee charity Migrateful offers online cookery classes

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Refugee charity Migrateful offers online cookery classes

Refugee charity Migrateful has moved to online cookery classes in a bid to keep the charity alive and continue supporting their chefs.

Get your tickets now for Bristol Wing Fest 2020

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Get your tickets now for Bristol Wing Fest 2020

If you love chicken wings, then book your tickets now for Bristol Wing Fest, which is making its debut appearance in the South West this May. 

Broadmead Vegan Market: Saturday, May 9th

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Broadmead Vegan Market: Saturday, May 9th

On Saturday, May 9th, Vegan Markets UK are bringing a huge vegan market to Bristol’s Broadmead shopping area for the first time. 

New event for 2020: Jekka’s HerbFest

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New event for 2020: Jekka’s HerbFest

This July, Jekka’s Herb Farm in Alveston will be launching a brand new event for 2020 in the form of Jekka’s HerbFest, with talks, demos and more.

Faulty Towers the Dining Experience at Mercure Bristol Brigstow

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Faulty Towers the Dining Experience at Mercure Bristol Brigstow

On March 21st and 22nd, Basil, Sybil and Manuel will be cooking up chaos at the Mercure Bristol Brigstow in a “Faulty Towers” experience.

Tom Hunt book launch supper @ Poco this March!

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Tom Hunt book launch supper @ Poco this March!

This March, Tom Hunt – Executive Chef of Poco on Jamaica Street – will be launching his second book…along with a very special dinner to celebrate it. 

Eat Drink Bristol Fashion 2020 tickets now on sale

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Eat Drink Bristol Fashion 2020 tickets now on sale

Tickets are now on sale for this year’s Eat Drink Bristol Fashion festival, which takes place on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd May in Castle Park. 

Bristol Dal Trail – restaurants and cafes, get involved!

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Bristol Dal Trail – restaurants and cafes, get involved!

The British Dal Festival returns for 2020 from March 21st to 31st – and Bristol restaurants and cafés are being asked to get involved in its Dal Trail.

The Umbrella Project Announces Bar Takeover at Bristol’s Filthy XIII

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The Umbrella Project Announces Bar Takeover at Bristol’s Filthy XIII

This Friday, February 14th, London collective The Umbrella Project will be coming to Bristol’s Filthy XIII as part of a collaborative road trip. 

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