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Companies you can hire a car from at Bristol Airport

Several firms operate from the airport Some people may need to hire a car from an airport for a variety of reasons.For instance, they may be going to a country on holiday and may need access to a car to get around.And, with summer holiday abroad appearing to be on the cards in the end this year, we have put together a list of some of the car hire firms operating from .

bristolpost.co.uk ,  22min 0
Companies you can hire a car from at Bristol Airport

Meet the 'ghost challenger' braving nights alone in 'haunted' hotspots

Even as a self-confessed sceptic, there are still some encounters he can't explain with science and logic The offer of braving a night alone in a 'haunted' building is one that most people would decline with a shudder.For Richard Case, however, exploring creepy locations with only a lantern for company is an ideal opportunity to expand his paranormal research.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  22min 0
Meet the 'ghost challenger' braving nights alone in 'haunted' hotspots

Everything we know about the Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees

He has been a familiar face in the Bristol political scene for some time Marvin Rees is hoping to be re-elected Bristol Mayor - but who is he?Mr Rees, for the Labour Party, first run to be Bristol Mayor in 2012, but he was then beaten by independent George Ferguson - who became Bristol's first elected city mayor.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  22min 0
Everything we know about the Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees

Weather-proof Bristol beer gardens for when it's pouring

A bit of rain shouldn't mean the fun has to stop The weather couldn't have been much better in the week after pubs and restaurants reopened last month, allowing venues to pack out their outside spaces with drinkers.But this is England, after all, and the sunny spell was always going to come to an end sooner rather than later.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  22min 0
Weather-proof Bristol beer gardens for when it's pouring

The areas in the Bristol region with almost no covid cases

The majority of the region is recording low numbers of cases More than 50 neighbourhoods across Bristol recorded fewer than three coronavirus cases in recent days, according to the latest data from the government.A total of 51 areas across the city recorded such low number of covid cases in the seven days to May 1.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  1h 0
The areas in the Bristol region with almost no covid cases

GMB's Alex Beresford and son Cruz, 11, enjoy father-son workout at the gym

GOOD Morning Britain star Alex Beresford hit the gym with his son Cruz after heading back home after a week at work.The weatherman, 40, returned to his stomping ground in Bristol on Friday before heading straight for a workout with his 11-year-old boy.Taking to Instagram, Alex shared a couple of Boomerang videos of himself and Cruz in their local David Lloyd club.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  6h 9
GMB's Alex Beresford and son Cruz, 11, enjoy father-son workout at the gym

Covid in Bristol: latest infections, deaths and hospital admissions

Across the whole West of England region another 29 new cases were confirmed There are now less than ten coronavirus patients being cared for at Bristol's hospitals.The latest government figures show seven people have been admitted to University Hospitals Bristol after contracting Covid, and two to North Bristol Trust.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  10h 0
Covid in Bristol: latest infections, deaths and hospital admissions

Conservatives win Police Commissioner race

First major local election result declared for the Avon and Somerset area The first major local election result has been declared for the Avon and Somerset area.Conservative Mark Shelford has been elected the Police and Crime Commissioner for the area covering Bristol, Bath, Somerset and South Gloucestershire.

somersetlive.co.uk ,  10h 0
Conservatives win Police Commissioner race

Bristol Airport: Easyjet launches tickets to Portugal for under £30 as 'green list' confirmed

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps gave a briefing this afternoon on which countries are on the UK’s ‘green list' The government has announced which countries Brits can travel to this summer without having to quarantine on their return.Transport Secretary Grant Shapps gave a briefing this afternoon on which destinations are on the UK’s ‘green list,’ meaning holidays there can go ahead quarantine-free from May 17.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  11h 5
Bristol Airport: Easyjet launches tickets to Portugal for under £30 as 'green list' confirmed

Birmingham builder 'inches' from death as glass sheet smashes outside Tesco

Derrick Westlake, 52, from Birmingham, was in Bristol working on a job when he walked towards a Tesco Express for some milk A Brummie builder was nearly "cut to ribbons" when a sheet of glass smashed on the floor as he walked by.Derrick Westlake, 52, from Birmingham, was in Bristol working on a job when he walked towards a Tesco Express for some milk.

birminghammail.co.uk ,  13h 0
Birmingham builder 'inches' from death as glass sheet smashes outside Tesco

Electric Bristol Buccaneer to kickstart firm’s revival

Bristol Cars is set for a revival with a new electric sports car spearheading the British firm’s rebirth.Following its liquidation last year, Bristol Cars has since been acquired by Essex-based investor and property developer Jason Wharton who has plans to transform the company into a ‘leading British electric vehicle company’ by 2026, coinciding with the brand’s 80th anniversary.

thecourier.co.uk ,  13h 0
Electric Bristol Buccaneer to kickstart firm’s revival

Upfest street festival shares plans for 2021 event

Organisers of Europe's largest street art festival have revealed their plans for this year's event.Bristol street art festival Upfest was cancelled in 2020 because of the pandemic but it is set to return this summer, with artists painting 75 walls in 75 days.It will begin on May 15 and will take place on the streets of Bedminster.

itv.com ,  13h 0
Upfest street festival shares plans for 2021 event

Huge new clothing shop is coming to Bristol

Wild Thing & Co's immersive pop-up will feature plenty of selfie opportunities and a catwalk An immersive pop-up shop that will showcase more than 40 independent brands is coming to Bristol.Fashion event promoters Wild Thing & Co are taking over Liberty House in Stokes Croft between May 24 and June 5, creating a venue that will feature plenty of selfie opportunities and a catwalk.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  14h 2
Huge new clothing shop is coming to Bristol

Pupils' disappointment as two big Bristol schools cancel proms

Uncertainty caused by coronavirus has affected celebrations for the second summer running A backlog of demand for venue space is threatening to derail school proms for the second year running.Two of Bristol's biggest secondary schools have confirmed that they will not be hosting leavers' proms again this summer, at least in part due to their struggle to find a suitable location in time.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  14h 1
Pupils' disappointment as two big Bristol schools cancel proms

New plans for Bristol's much loved former cat café

Fans of the drink are in for a treat Considering it had a large and loyal customer base, the closure of Bristol's first and only cat café was unsurprisingly met with widespread sadness.You & Meow founder Ewa Rukat shared her plans to wind down in December, before announcing in March that the business had closed for good.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  14h 0
New plans for Bristol's much loved former cat café

New Orleans-inspired jazz bar to open in Bristol

It's opening in a former bank building that has been derelict for more than a decade A live music venue inspired by the dimly-lit jazz bars of New Orleans is opening in Bedminster.The owners of Cheswick Village salon-cum-bar Bessell Scotts are building on the success of their first venue to transform a former bank building on East Street that has lay derelict for more than a decade.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  14h 0
New Orleans-inspired jazz bar to open in Bristol

Voter turnout Bristol local elections: how many people voted this year broken down by ward

Turnout was below 60 per cent in all the wards across the city Fewer people voted in this year's local elections in Bristol - despite a growing number of people being eligible to vote.Voters went to the polls in Bristol and beyond yesterday (May 6) in what was dubbed Super Thursday, one of the biggest sets of local elections for many years.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  15h 1
Voter turnout Bristol local elections: how many people voted this year broken down by ward

When Harvester is reopening and everything you can expect

Harvester restaurants in Bristol, Somerset and Gloucestershire will be reopening on May 17 Harvester is set to reopen the remainder of its venues as lockdown restrictions are lifted further on May 17.The chain did open some restaurants on April 12, but sadly not for Bristol, Somerset or Gloucestershire.

somersetlive.co.uk ,  15h 1
When Harvester is reopening and everything you can expect

How to watch Bath Rugby v Bristol Bears live on TV

Bath Rugby host Bristol Bears in Round 18 of the 2020/21 Gallagher Premiership Bristol Bears take on Bath Rugby in another huge derby game in the Gallagher Premiership.Bristol have the bragging rights having won the last three games between the clubs, including a 48-3 victory back in January.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  15h 0
How to watch Bath Rugby v Bristol Bears live on TV

'Suspicious' car sees police uncover Bristol prostitution ring

Watch the moment police stop car Four people have been sentenced for their involvement in a prostitution ring which saw women's sexual services sold from rented homes in Bristol.Their operation was discovered after police stopped a car on Broad Weir, Bristol, in the early hours of 28 July last year Inside the car officers found a 19-year-old woman who was wearing nightwear sat next to a suitcase, alongside Marin Grigore and his brother-in-law Alexandru Dita.

itv.com ,  18h 0
'Suspicious' car sees police uncover Bristol prostitution ring