With an upcoming Bank Holiday there is an opportunity for a bit of relaxation and fun. It's especially important for those with key assessments to take a moment to decompress and clear your head. Below are some events that might offer a few hours of break, some to leave the house and some virtual Covid-safe ideas too!
If you do get round to trying any of the activities below, feel free to send photos to email@example.com as they would love to feature you!
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There is a Bergamotte Pop-up Jungle at Paintworks from today to Tuesday, for any plant lovers! Entry is free but you can also purchase plants if you'd like! For more info click here
SS Great Britain are beginning educational talks on suggested donation. The first in their series is at lunchtime tomorrow, but can be attended virtually and you can also follow further updates at this link
With both sun and rain forecast it's a perfect weekend for gardening, but also hitting up Bristol's many parks and green spaces. Ashton Court, Snuff Mills, Jekka's, Leigh Woods, Queen's Square, Arnos Vale, Troopers Hill, Blaise Castle, University Botanic Gardens, Westonbirt Arboretum, The Downs - the list goes on but there's plenty of free areas waiting for a wander, a picnic, or some sports or games!
If you feel like getting to know the city itself better, there are guided Bristol audio tours available here
And last from me is a poetry extravaganza live stream hosted by Meryl Streep that's free to join. An American event so very late at night, but for poetry fans may be worth a sign up in case it's possible to get a recording of the event as it looks very special! More info here