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Pop-Up Festival, 28 July, Bristol Zoo (Up to 50% Off)
This festival features a live acoustic band, lawn games and a silent disco, and is held at the Bristol Zoo on 28 July...
(was £20)
Riproar Comedy Show: Ticket with Meal, 22 July - 30 September (Up to 55% Off)
Guests can tuck into a hearty meal as they watch a group of circuit regulars crack jokes alongside a guest comic on this diverse line-up...
(was £20)
Live Escape Game for Four, Six or Eight at City Mazes, 3 Locations (Up to 66% Off)
Visitors can test their analytical and deductive skills while trying to find the way out of a selected escape room within one hour...
(was £100)
Segway Thrill or Rally Experience for Two at Segway Events, Multiple Locations (Up to 49% Off)
Thrill-seekers can get a taste of travelling on two wheels with an outdoor Segway experience available at 14 locations across the UK...
(was £54)
700m Zip Slide Ride For One (£9.50) or Two (£18) at the National Diving and Activity Centre (Up to 53% Off)
Launching from a 70m cliff, visitors of all ages can ride one of the UK’s longest zip slides above an 80m-deep flooded quarry near Che...
(was £19)
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...
(was £195)


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Violence at Bristol prison due to 'deluge of drugs'

'Chronic' staff shortages are linked to the problems at HMP Bristol, a report says.

'Ex-BBC producer Fergus Beeley' filmed in road-rage threat

A family claims they were threatened by an ex-BBC producer after a two-car crash in Hampshire.

UK's first boot camp hopes to reform teenage hackers

The National Crime Agency has started the UK's first 'rehab' course for hackers.

'Atmosphere of fear' at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School

Union leaders say "heavy-handed" management is to blame for staff quitting.

Father films wrong girl at graduation ceremony

Georgia Wilde's father accidentally filmed the wrong girl at her graduation ceremony.

Summer getaway journey times 'to take four times longer'

Drivers warned some journeys will take 90 minutes longer as Heathrow braces for busiest day.


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