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700m Zip Slide Ride For One (£9.50) or Two (£18) at the National Diving and Activity Centre (Up to 53% Off)
Launching from a 70m cliff, visitors of all ages can ride one of the UK’s longest zip slides above an 80m-deep flooded quarry near Che...
(was £19)
Summer Evening Racing on 4 July at Chepstow Racecourse (Up to 32% Off*)
Visitors can enjoy an afternoon of seven races along with a race day programme and two drink vouchers or opt for a hospitality package...
(was £15)
Landscaping Online Course from Online City Training (88% Off)
Students can learn how to design and maintain a natural landscape thanks to a series of online modules accessible across devices...
(was £195)
Longleat Entry Ticket for an Adult, Child or Senior with a £5 Food and Beverage Voucher (Up to 19% Off)
Guests can get close to exotic animals like tigers and lions, and discover the delights of Longleat House...
(was £33)
Avoncroft Museum Admisson for One or Two Adults or Family (Up to 53% Off)
Visitors to this outdoor site can view an array of historic buildings, visit the Edwardian Tea Room, and enjoy regular themed events...
(was £10)
Party at the Parade, 14 July at Rodney Parade
Guests can gather at Rodney Parade to see Billy Ocean perform some of his greatest hits, including Caribbean Queen and Suddenly...
(was £22)


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Metro mayor announces new Bristol railway station

More than £10m for transport projects across the West is allocated by the new regional mayor.

Famara Diedhiou: Bristol City sign Senegal striker in club-record £5.3m deal

Bristol City break their transfer record to sign Senegal international striker Famara Diedhiou from Angers for £5.3m.

Two held after £1m jewellery heist in Bristol

Two motorbikes thought to have been used were found abandoned two miles away.

Carers of children with ME 'accused of fabrication'

Children face the "double whammy" of not being believed about their ME diagnosis, a charity says.

Ed Jackson: Dragons rugby player on his battle to walk again

Rugby player Ed Jackson broke his neck diving into the shallow end of a swimming pool - here he charts his recovery.

Arts funding: Major English venues cut, with more money for the regions

Arts Council England takes money from four major venues in a bid to boost regional organisations.


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