New “Walled City Walk” featured as guided walk during Bristol Walking Festival

15 April 2014

New “Walled City Walk” featured as a guided walk during Bristol Walking Festival from 26th April – 26th May 2014, on Thursday, 1st May, 10.30am  Thursday, 15th May, 10.30 am  A circular walk around the Old City of Bristol....

New Map for Old City

7 April 2014

A new map and walking guide of Bristol’s Old City following the route of the original Norman town walls is launched today. The walls may no longer be visible but their route can still mostly be traced, as well as seen at St John the Baptist on Broad...

Walled City Walk to be launched - A circular walk discovering the treasures of Bristol

1 April 2014

A partnership project initiated through the Old City Traders’ & Business Forum is putting Bristol’s Old City onto the map – bringing its fascinating history to life and putting it into context with today’s bustling independent business community....

Breathe - New Yoga Meditation and Holistic Therapies -3 All Saints Court

13 March 2014

A new centre for Yoga meditation and holistic therapies has opened in a lovely building in 3 All Saints Court, beside the famous St Nicholas market. We have an open day on the 21st of March so please come & join us and find out more about us...

Bristol Old Vic shows off plans for new foyer

13 March 2014

From the front of the historic theatre building, visitors should be able to see all the way out to King Street. And, for the first time in 248 years, people walking along the street will be able to peek through the long, panelled windows to admire the...

Stanfords in Old City is putting customers on the map

7 February 2014

Stanfords, the iconic map and travel bookshop, has announced a new personalised mapping service in its recently refurbished Bristol store in the Old City. The new service allows customers to have a map produced specifically for them, immediately....

The Pithay - One-way planned for busy Bristol street

28 January 2014

A one-way proposal could make one of Bristol city centre’s busiest streets for pedestrians much safer. Council officers are suggesting that The Pithay, a short, steep hill, is made one-way downhill. The aim is to make Wine Street, one of Bristol’s...

Local Shoppers smash Bristol Pound's £20k Christmas target

24 January 2014

TRADE over the Christmas period saw a big boost in the amount of Bristol Pounds (£B) being spent. The currency's directors set a £B20,000 target for the festive period – and say they were "thrilled" when more than £B30,000 was spent in December. And...

Brooks Guesthouse - The retro rockets vintage caravans are coming soon

17 January 2014

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Loungers "Cosy Club" comes to 31 Corn Street

17 January 2014

Bristol-based café/bar/restaurant group Loungers has announced that they will be opening a new site on Corn Street in the city in late spring. The group, which is known in the city for their cafe/bar ‘Lounge’ concept, has taken a lease on 31 Corn Street...