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Bingo Session with Chips for Two, Four or Eight People at Gala Bingo, Multiple Locations (Up to 82% Off)
Up to eight people can play bingo at one of over 129 locations, and enjoy a bowl of chips with one topping...
£5
(was £23)
Summer Evening Racing on 4 July at Chepstow Racecourse (Up to 32% Off*)
Visitors can enjoy an afternoon of seven races along with a race day programme and two drink vouchers or opt for a hospitality package...
£15
(was £15)
Landscaping Online Course from Online City Training (88% Off)
Students can learn how to design and maintain a natural landscape thanks to a series of online modules accessible across devices...
£24
(was £195)
Longleat Entry Ticket for an Adult, Child or Senior with a £5 Food and Beverage Voucher (Up to 19% Off)
Guests can get close to exotic animals like tigers and lions, and discover the delights of Longleat House...
£28
(was £33)
Avoncroft Museum Admisson for One or Two Adults or Family (Up to 53% Off)
Visitors to this outdoor site can view an array of historic buildings, visit the Edwardian Tea Room, and enjoy regular themed events...
£6
(was £10)
Party at the Parade, 14 July at Rodney Parade
Guests can gather at Rodney Parade to see Billy Ocean perform some of his greatest hits, including Caribbean Queen and Suddenly...
£22
(was £22)

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News

Bristol City kit: Oxford United label on new away shirt prompts investigation

A Bristol City fan finds an Oxford United label on the inside of his new Robins away kit, prompting an investigation.

Finsbury Park attack: Cardiff man Darren Osborne charged

Darren Osborne, 47, is charged with terrorism-related murder and attempted murder.

Did Goldie just reveal who Banksy is?

The DJ referred to a man called "Rob" during a conversation about the elusive artist.

Bristol mayor tells protesters 'come up with better ideas'

Bristol's Marvin Rees says there is little point in "shouting from the sidelines" about austerity.

Plans to re-introduce trams to Bath investigated by council

The authority is funding a preliminary study into the feasibility of a "light rail tram system" in the city.

Bristol IVF centre's treatment to be transferred to new provider

North Bristol NHS Trust says the change is due to an increase in couples seeking self-funded IVF treatment.


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