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Family Entry to The Helicopter Museum with a Pot of Tea (60% Off)

Over 80 helicopters from different eras make up the display at this 25 year old ...

£9
(was £22)
Entry for Two or a Family of Four to Sand Sculpture Festival, Weston-Super-Mare (Up to 50% Off)

This event hosts sand sculptures created by international artists for visitors t...

£6
(was £13)
Jumps Festival on 9 October at 12.15pm, Chepstow Racecourse (Up to 25% Off)

An afternoon of 7 Races along with plenty of children’s entertainment...

£15
(was £20)
2017 Season Entry for One or Two at The Walled Gardens of Cannington (Up to 58% Off)

Guests will gain access to the landscaped gardens of a medieval priory; valid th...

£8
(was £19)
16 EuroMillions Line Bets from Lottoland (69% Off)

Beat the price hike with great savings and pick up 16 chances to win the massive...

£10
(was £32)
12-Month Family Savings Pass to Nationwide Attractions from Kids Pass (Up to 60% Off)

Secure savings for the whole family at over 1000’s of attractions around t...

£29
(was £75)
Tango Siempre: One Ticket with a Glass of Wine and Programme, 22 October at Old Theatre Royal (Up to 50% Off)

Guests sip wine as they listen to tango-inspired music by Troilo, Pugliese and P...

£12
(was £25)
Choice of Three or Five Trampoline Park Fitness Classes at Freedog (Up to 24% Off)

Customers can stay in shape, reach their weight management goals, and have fun w...

£12
(was £15)

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News

Labour suspends members in Bristol for 'breaking party rules'

Two hundred Labour party members are suspended in Bristol for breaking party rules, the local party chair says.

'Queer history' landmarks celebrated by Historic England

"Queer history" landmarks of special importance to the LGBT community are recognised and given special status by Historic England.

Bristol City Council to stop large pay-offs for chief exec job

Bristol City Council discusses new measures to offer the chief executive role on a contract basis to avoid large severance pay packages.

Inside the closed four-mile-long underwater Severn Tunnel

The Severn Tunnel has been closed for six weeks to upgrade the infrastructure ready for electric trains, but what is it like inside?

Athlete Lauren Jeska admits Alexander Stadium triple stabbing

A fell-running champion admits stabbing three top athletics staff at a major UK stadium.

Mike Ford: Toulon set to name former Bath boss as first-team coach

Mike Ford is set to be named first-team coach of three-time European champions Toulon, four months after he was sacked by Bath.


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