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FREE Dead Man’s Fingers Rum Slushies in Bristol Next Week!

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FREE Dead Man’s Fingers Rum Slushies in Bristol Next Week!

Next week, the Dead Man’s Fingers rum truck will be heading to Bristol, serving up free rum slushies on Thursday and Friday.

Bristol summer holiday projects to receive 30 tonnes of food

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Bristol summer holiday projects to receive 30 tonnes of food

Over the summer holidays, FareShare South West is set to distribute over 30 tonnes of food for more than 50 holiday projects for children in Bristol.

Valley Fest is GO! – 29th July – 1st August

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Valley Fest is GO! – 29th July – 1st August

The organisers of Valley Fest have confirmed that this year’s event is going ahead, taking place beside the Chew Valley Lake from July 29th to August 1st.

Too Good To Go to host ‘Great Gourmet Food Rescue’ event in Bristol

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Too Good To Go to host ‘Great Gourmet Food Rescue’ event in Bristol

On July 24th, Too Good To Go – the world’s largest surplus food app – will host a one-off ‘Great Gourmet Food Rescue’ in the heart of Bristol.

FareShare urgently appeals for volunteer drivers across Bristol

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FareShare urgently appeals for volunteer drivers across Bristol

Food charity FareShare has launched an urgent appeal for volunteer drivers to collect and distribute food within the Bristol area.

The Ashton, Long Ashton: Review

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The Ashton, Long Ashton: Review

The Ashton pub, just outside Long Ashton, has undergone numerous reincarnations over the years – and it’s a great, reliable place for a meal.

The Little Harp Inn, Clevedon: Review

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The Little Harp Inn, Clevedon: Review

The Little Harp Inn in Clevedon was our lunch stop of choice on a recent visit to the seaside town – sadly, from a food point of view, it wasn’t great.

Earth & Wheat wonky bread subscription: Review

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Earth & Wheat wonky bread subscription: Review

Earth & Wheat provide subscription boxes of wonky or over-produced bread products, with a choice of frequency. Here’s what I think so far!

Coppa Club Clifton Village – opening July 14th

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Coppa Club Clifton Village – opening July 14th

On Wednesday, July 14th, Coppa Club will open in Clifton Village, Bristol as a venue for people to relax, eat, drink and work.

Local food and drink to come to Finzels Reach Market

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Local food and drink to come to Finzels Reach Market

The Finzels Reach Market is expanding on Wednesdays to include locally produced food and drink, in addition to its ever-changing street food line-up.

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