Passengers at Bristol Airport have had to queue outside the terminal again this morning Holidaymakers have branded Bristol Airport an 'embarrassment' after claiming they had been queuing for more than one hour. Photographs show lines of tourists waiting outside the airport, and another passenger says it took more than an hour for their luggage to arrive.
Football fans Declan and Richard had travelled to watch the Europa League final between Eintracht Frankfurt and Rangers Two friends have said their cancelled easyJet flight meant they missed a wedding and a baby scan. The pair, who had gone to watch the Europa League final between Eintracht Frankfurt and Rangers, also said they lost a day's pay after the last-minute cancellation of flight EZY6010 frrom Faro in Portugal to Bristol on Thursday, May 19.
CHAOS has been pictured across airports in the UK as frustrated holidaymakers complain of long queues at Manchester and Bristol Airport. Frustrated travellers have taken to social media site Twitter to complain of mile-long queues which have "ruined" their holidays. Pictures shows of people queuing for flights in Manchester Airport and Bristol Airport.
Year-on-year deal volume remained the same but there was a drop in the aggregate value of the deals, according to KPMG Businesses in Bristol secured £38m in venture capital (VC) investment in the first three months of 2022 amid an uncertain geopolitical and macroeconomic environment, new research finds.
The outspoken singer's latest album. Crash, went to number one earlier this year Chart-topping Charli XCX has been confirmed as the main music stage headliner for the Forwards festival on The Downs. It will be a Bristol festival debut for the singer, who sold-out a gig at London’s Alexandra Palace last week.
The Narrowcliff regeneration proposal includes a four to five-star hotel, 170 flats and Wagamama, Nando's and Five Guys restaurants A grand scheme aiming to regenerate Newquay's clifftop road Narrowcliff has been described as "hideous" and a "monstrosity" by locals. The £100 million project by developers Salboy was initially introduced to the local community as an opportunity to "help to kickstart regeneration and wider investment" in the town.
The property has been owned by the same family since 1952 A Bristol house built the year Queen Elizabeth II came to the throne - and owned by the same family ever since - is up for sale. The property in Knowle is on the market for the first time since it was built in 1952, the same year as the Queen’s Coronation.
A man has been arrested in connection with the incident, as well as four others which are being treated as potentially linked The mother of a teenager who was sexually assaulted in Bedminster is 'angry' after police failed to see her daughter for three days after she was attacked.
A total of 26 routes that receive public money because they are not commercially viable are at risk of being scrapped Dozens of bus services paid for by council taxpayers in the Bristol region are under threat amid a row over who will foot rising costs to fund them. A total of 26 “supported” routes that receive public money because they are not commercially viable are at risk of being scrapped, with West of England mayor Dan Norris and South Gloucestershire Council again at the centre of a major bust-up.
There is plenty happening in Bristol over the bank holiday weekend Next month marks a huge event in the UK, as the country will celebrate 70 years of the Queen sitting on the throne. To mark the occasion, the government have announced a four-day weekend with two bank holidays on Thursday, June 2 and Friday, June 3.
A key question on whether the Merchant Venturers should remain involved was only answered by half of respondents Reforms over how one of the largest green spaces in Bristol is run will be pushed through despite lingering questions about a landmark survey. Clifton Down and Durdham Down are managed by a committee made up of Bristol City Council councillors and members of the Society of Merchant Venturers.
Siânnise Fudge may have been a firm favourite with Love Island fans during the Winter 2020 season, but she has certainly managed to stay humble despite scoring pricey brand deals and millions of fans It's been over two years since 'eyebrow queen' Siânnise Fudge wowed Love Island fans in the first winter edition of the show, which took place in South Africa.
Police were seen searching the area Police have deployed armed officers and a helicopter after reports of a man carrying a weapon in the Whitchurch area of Bristol. Officers were called to the area at 1.45pm on Monday (May 23) after they had received reports of a man seen in possession of a weapon.
Social anxiety isn’t just ‘shyness’ – nothing could be further from the truth for people struggling with the condition In April 2018, Bristol University student Natasha Abrahart took her life after suffering from social anxiety and the resulting pressure she felt when required to do a presentation as part of her degree.
The forecourt has reportedly been closed for the time being A petrol station has closed suddenly in Bristol after emergency services descended onto the scene. Two police vehicles and an ambulance have been pictured at a Texaco forecourt near Bath Road in Brislington - just off Church Hill and School Road - and have blocked the entrances and exits according to one eyewitness.
was to face trial but put in guilty plea Fleur Moody A Bristol woman has admitted affray after the Kill The Bill protest in the city last year. Fleur Moody was to face trial in connection with public disorder outside Bridewell Police Station on March 21. Instead Moody, 26, of Albany Road, pleaded guilty to affray in a six minute hearing at Bristol Crown Court.
The advice for passengers from Bristol, Heathrow, Birmingham and Manchester Passengers are being warned of some delays at airport as the half-term getaway sees increased numbers from this weekend. The majority of schools in Wales break up for a week-long break on Friday. And many families are planning to get away after two years of coronavirus restrictions.
ARMED POLICE have descended on a quiet residential street in Bristol to respond to reports of a man carrying a weapon in the area. These, along with unmarked police cars, have been pictured surrounding a building on Cotford Close today, on May 23. This is located in Whitchurch.
A police helicopter was also pictured in the area Pictures show armed police have descended on a residential street in Bristol. Armed officers and unmarked police cars were pictured swarming a building on Cotford Close in Whitchurch today (May 23). Avon and Somerset Police has been approached for comment on this incident.