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Dawn Austin Jul 12
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Weird Bristol Jul 15
Bristol Basin in New York City is so named as it is a manmade extension of the harbour built using the debris of homes destroyed during the blitz. At the time, this was kept secret from the people of Bristol but a plaque (unveiled by Cary Grant) was installed in 1970
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Tristan Cork BLive Jul 12
Bristol right now. Hundreds have arrived early for Bristol protest against & the placards are getting more creative than ever pls RT Follow the latest here๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿฝ
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Wild Steve England Jul 9
as we are currently experiencing something called "summer" in the uk , plleeeaasee ensure we put water out for hedgehogs and the birds n bees, plz rt rt rt rt
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Eleanor Combley Jul 12
Great crowd here in to send out the message that Trump is not welcome in the UK
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BHWT Jul 10
Could anyone offer us a site from which to re-home hens in ? We're currently without a re-homing point which means we cannot offer hens out in the area. If you've got somewhere we could use please email gaynor.davies@bhwt.co.uk or call 01884 860084.
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Weird Bristol Jul 13
In the 1950s, a small village named Moreton had to be evacuated to create Chew Valley Lake, just outside of . The lowland in which it stood was intentionally flooded & beneath the waters there are the ruins of roads, gardens and even houses submerged for almost 70 years.
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Elise Burvill Jul 14
In full swing w ๐ŸŒˆ๐ŸŒˆ๐ŸŒˆ
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โ˜‡RiotWomennโ˜‡ Jul 12
You Donald Trump are not welcome! Decent humans across the global are gathering in the streets in places like Swansea, Cardiff, Aberyswth - as well as London, Bristol and a whole host of other UK cities. This video is from Bristol
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Cham Payne 6h
The two Graduates celebrate their success while people sleep in tents in the shadow of the cathedral
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Weird Bristol Jul 6
After selling his patent for lead shot towers in 1790 for ยฃ10,000 William Watts planned on making the finest terrace in but building the 200ft foundations of Windsor Terrace alone bankrupted him & it had to be completed by another designer. Itโ€™s now known as Wattsโ€™ Folly
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Life can be Toff! Jul 16
I'm unbelievably excited to be attending the in just over 3 weeks time - I've never been before and have always wanted to go. Will you be taking a flight?
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Bristol Rad History Jul 12
Bristol Radical History Group are very pleased to announce this event to discuss abolitionist Frederick Douglass' 1846 visit to Bristol. 7 - 8.30pm Weds 18 July 2018, aNew Room, Wesley Chapel, BS1 3JE. Full details at:
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William Hart Jul 12
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Martin Evans 6h
The countdown is on! I can not wait for another historic . See you this weekend
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Emma Grate Jul 14
Wonder what it costs the council to police the pride festival, hopefully they will spend the same on my John Chiddy day in hanham
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Classic Taxi Bristol Jul 14
Very first & only electric taxi in from , is a cab for & . Silent, spacious, comfortable, free WIFI, amazing glass roof, loaded with safety features. !
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Weird Bristol Jul 10
This unusual looking building on Prewitt St (now a hotel restaurant) was, until 1923 a glass kiln and was formerly a 60ft conical chimney. once had dozens of these kilns, used for turning the sand of the Redcliffe caves into glass, this was the last to be put out of use.
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Marti Burgess Jul 6
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Weird Bristol 15h
When the first outbreak of bubonic plague hit in 1349, it was believed the cause was a โ€œmiasmaโ€ - the stench of the town was creating diseases. Fear of the outside air kept so many people indoors that it was said that long grass grew throughout the area of the Old Town.
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