Property news

Eco-homes: rooted in history, fit for your future

Create your dream home in Water Lilies, a pioneering eco development in north Bristol

THE LATEST ISSUE OF BPL IS OUT NOW 17 JULY

Read on to see what exciting things we have in this week's issue...

Homely Henleaze

This modern detached home offers bright accommodation and a superb garden, writes Sammy Milton

Food & Drink

Shipshape and Bristol fashion

Dens is an immersive cocktail experience that delves into the city’s history, writes Sammy Milton

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The pasta-bilities are endless

Pasta Loco has secured its position as one of the most exciting and impressive restaurants in the city, writes Stacey Black

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The creative burger people

Burger Theory takes us back to where Bristol’s burger boom began, writes Sammy Milton

Homes & Gardens

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Shutters, the perfect investment in your home

Just Shutters explain how this simple addition to your property could change everything

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Child's play: how to get your kids into gardening

With summer fast approaching, it’s time to get the kids outside!

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Is bath time over?

With more homeowners opting to completely remove their bathtubs in favour of showers, does this latest trend mean the end for this bathroom staple?

Health & Beauty

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FOUR REASONS TO RUN THE SIMPLYHEALTH GREAT BRISTOL 10K

Thinking of giving it a go? Here's four reasons why you should!

SAD clock

Don’t suffer the symptoms of SAD this winter

As the darker nights draw in and temperatures start to drop, there are some simple techniques to help beat the seasonal blues, writes Rebecca Paddick

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Hit the ground running

Support Changes Bristol whilst undertaking an epic challenge!  

Education

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'Surprised by a Tiger' painting wins place at the Royal Academy Young Artists’ summer show

The painting from The Downs Preparatory School pupil will be on show from 13 July–4 August

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Rupert Heathcote appointed as Headmaster of Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital

Rupert will joining the school at Easter next year

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QEH breaks records at the Ten Tors

The 38 students walked over 1,800 miles as part of the challenge

Lifestyle

Bristol Harbour Festival

Showcasing the city’s incredible maritime heritage, Bristol’s free flagship event is back for another year, writes Keri Beckingham

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Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Day Out at Bristol Zoo Gardens

This summer, join lovable pals Wallace & Gromit to discover what it takes to be a zookeeper, writes Keri Beckingham

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Bristol Pride Day

With a fantastic lineup, this year’s Bristol Pride Day shouldn’t be missed, writes Keri Beckingham