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  • Explore Bristol on Foot: Victorian Clifton

    Welcome to elegant Victorian Clifton and stroll through the gardens of stately Victoria Square, taking in the grand houses built for Bristol's successful Victorian entrepreneurs and learn about a boy, a bat and a remarkable sporting record.

    This family-friendly walking guide is the perfect day out or way to explore Bristol in a way you will not have before.

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    £7.99

  • See No Evil: The Book

    See No Evil: The Book documents the complete See No Evil street art and graffiti event, including the block party and DJs and features profiles on all the artists and writers that took part. Learn More
    £20.00

  • Two To One: Bristol Rovers' Road to Promotion 2015/16

    Bristol Rovers programme editor Keith Brookman tells the 2015/16 promotion story in a match-by-match account. Learn More
    £9.99

  • Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology Volume 4

    All shortlisted for the 2011 Bristol Short Story Prize, here are 20 superb writers illustrating not only their own talents but also the vast spectacle of the short story.

    Featuring: Ruth Brandt, Emily Bullock, Timothy Bunting, Ian Burton, John Fairweather, Niven Govinden, Eluned Gramich, Naomi Lever, Laura Lewis, Miha Mazzini, Paul O'Reilly, Nastasya Parker, Robert Perry, Philip St John, Genevieve Scott, Safia Shah, Melanie Whipman, Peter Winder, Laura Windley and Rachael Withers.

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    £10.00

  • Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology Volume 7

    These outstanding stories from the 2014 Bristol Short Story Prize will provoke, stimulate, move, amuse, unsettle, and entertain. A wonderfully diverse and exhilarating collection of short stories, that enhances Bristol Short Story Prize's reputation as a major contributor to the resurgence of the short story genre. Learn More
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  • Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology Volume 3

    This outstanding collection features the 20 shortlisted authors from around the world in the 2010 Prize. Showcasing the flexibility of the short story as a genre, this collection is a must for lovers of short fiction!

    Featuring: Mike Bonsall, Kate Brown, Darci Bysouth, Joanna Campbell, Tara Conklin, Rik Gammack, Rachel Howard, Ashley Jacob, Claire King, Ian Madden, Valerie O'Riordan, Nastasya Parker, Jonathan Pinnock, Marli Roode, Rachel Sargeant, Yana Stajno, Natasha Tripney, Sherri Turner, Ben Walker and Calre Wallace.

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    £10.00

  • Explore Bristol on Foot: Hotwells

    Explore Bristol on Foot: Hotwells is a walking tour that takes in Bristol's historic harbourside community and reveals many fascinating facts from the area's past. Once a fashionable spa and now regenerated by dockside leisure developments, the walk includes the harbourside and the magnificent Avon Gorge.

    The full circular walk is about 4.5 miles long and takes about 2.5 hours, but you can join it at any stage or avoid hills. Visit the ss Great Britain, take a ferry ride around the Floating Harbour, discover cliffhanging Georgian terraces and characterful crescents and gardens. ᅠ

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  • Explore Bristol on Foot: Clifton

    Explore Bristol on Foot: Clifton is a walking tour that takes in Clifton's great mansions built by Bristol's wealthy eighteenth century merchants who lived there in order to escape the noise, dirt (and smells) of Bristol's then tidal harbour. ᅠ

    This guide will lead you to many well-known features including the stunning Avon Gorge and ᅠBrunel's world-famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. You can visit the historic and still-operating Camera Obscura; see the once-secretᅠ Rocks Railway; walk the Georgian terraces including beautiful Royal York Crescent; and discover the oldest building of all, now a pub, but once just the humble home of a cliff-top farmer.

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  • Recollections of Jazz in Bristol: My Kind of Town

    Dave Hibberd, drummer with the Dave Collett Trio, compiled this comprehensive selection of memories of the post-war Bristol jazz scene that was originally published in 2000. This edition was updated in 2009 with a tribute to Dave who passed away in 2010. Learn More
    £12.50

  • Art & Sound of The Bristol Underground

    Art & Sound of the Bristol Underground takes you back to explore the art and sound of the 80s Bristol underground scene. Influenced by the New York hip hop scene -it's DIY ethos, sharp fashion and gang culture- which seemed the natural successor to the anarcho punk, weird funk and dub reggae mash that had prevailed on the Bristol alternative scene. Learn More
    £12.00

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