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  • Made in China: an Imperial Ming vase

    On display at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
    Now until 4 January 2015, free entry
    A British Museum Tour
    Supported by BP

    An empire the size of Europe. An economy at the heart of global trade. A distinctive artistic style. Discover how and why this iconic blue-and-white porcelain vase represents a crucial period in China’s history.

    Release date:  Friday, 24 October, 2014
  • M Shed welcomes the President

    George Ferguson, Mayor of Bristol  welcomed the President of the Republic of Singapore, Tony Tan Keng Yam and his wife for a tour of one the city’s premier visitor attractions – the M Shed. (23 October)

    The President visited Bristol as part of a state visit to the United Kingdom and is staying as a guest of Her Majesty the Queen, until 24 October.

    Release date:  Thursday, 23 October, 2014
  • Bogus builder jailed for £1m fraud offences

    A bogus builder who conned people out of over £1m has been jailed at Bristol Crown Court today (Thursday October 23)  for five years after he was convicted of more than 40 fraud offences.

    Mark Jenkins, aged 45, of Caerphilly in Mid Glamorgan had admitted a single offence of fraudulent trading, which encompassed 42 complaints over a 31-month period.

    This followed a nine month joint investigation between Avon and Somerset Police and National Trading Standards Scambusters teams from Wales and South West England.

    Release date:  Thursday, 23 October, 2014
  • Celebrating good food in Bristol

    Catering students from the City of Bristol College helped to prepare lunch for delegates at the Bristol Food Conference 2014.

    The students worked alongside At-Bristol’s award winning caterers to provide the low carbon lunch for around 170 people.

    The purpose of the conference was to explore how carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions relate to the food system. The aim was to identify how, as a city, we can address these concerns in a positive way.

    Release date:  Tuesday, 21 October, 2014
  • Bristol joins call for fixed energy efficiency targets for the UK

    Bristol’s Mayor, George Ferguson, has joined forces with the leaders of three other UK cities – Aberdeen, Leicester and Milton Keynes – to call on David Cameron to sign up to a fixed energy efficiency target for 2030.

    The cities are all members of Energy Cities, an organisation that represents European local authorities in energy transition. 
     

    Release date:  Monday, 20 October, 2014
  • Bristol hosts Britain in Bloom Awards

    Bristol paid tribute to green-fingered volunteers from across the coountry as host of the prestigious Britain in Bloom Awards.

    Europe’s biggest community gardening campaign, now run by the Royal Horticultural Society, also celebrated its 50th anniversary at the ceremony at the Marriott City Centre.

    The event, which was attended by Lord Mayor Cllr Alastair Watson, was hosted by one of the world’s leading garden designers, Adam Frost, who started his career working for a local authority parks department.

    Release date:  Monday, 20 October, 2014