Future of busking at risk in Bristol

The busking policy might change in Bristol, and that could be a good and a bad thing at the same time. Busker’s in Bristol might have to go through a long and complicated process if they want to be allowed to busk. The policy that is present now is between the buskers through Bristol Busker’s […]

First Bristol Bus fare prices to rise

First bus are increasing their prices on Sunday 2 April for single tickets bought on the bus. A short trip that costs £1.70 will now cost £2.00 and the long trip will also rise from £2.70 to £3.00. Only Bristol Inner Zone tickets will increase but the Outer Zone tickets will not be affected by the […]

The Night Cafe at the Louisiana

Up and coming Liverpool band ‘’The Night Cafe’’ played a gig at the Louisiana right here in Bristol on December 6th. Sean Martin (Vocalist)  and Josh Higgins (Guitarist) started writing and recording music at 16 years old for fun in a band called Bunk Bed. All the members played music at school; where Carl Dillon […]

Staying safe over Christmas and the new year

This time of year can be dangerous for people in Bristol as they part with cash and celebrate Christmas. Avon and Somerset police and Drinkaware are giving advice on how to stay safe during the Christmas holiday. If you are online shopping you should make sure that the website is secure by checking that there is a […]

Weekend Weather

There will be rain with sunny intervals this weekend in Bristol. The temperature on Saturday will be 12°C  with showers in the morning and heavy rain following in the afternoon. On Saturday night the temperature will drop to 5°C with clear skies. Sunday will have a high  of 10°C with a few clouds but the […]

Christmas photography competition

Get into the festive spirit by enjoying the decorative outdoors. Enter our seasonal photography competition for Christmas by sending  your photos to uwebristolwired@gmail.com with a small description. The most outstanding photos will be featured on our website.

Treefest launches at St. Mary Redcliffe church

Treefest kicks off at St. Mary Redcliffe Church this weekend. The event runs from 10:00 to 17:00 between December 9th and December 14th. People can go to the church and see some amazing different tree designs and enjoy  music. This year the event is sponsored by Hollis Morgan and Smith & Williamson. Treefest has been up […]

Weather: Dry and bright for most but it’ll be windy

Today, It will be dry and bright day with hazy sunshine throughout. It will be windy though with gusts particularly in the southwest bringing a maximum temperature of 11 °C. Tonight, It will be a dry but cloudy night for most. Some hill fog is likely but the winds will become lighter with a minimum temperature of 3 °C. […]

Bristol hospitals lacking beds and facing cuts

New statistics show that there is a lack of overnight beds in Bristol hospitals with further cuts still to come. Bristol’s two main NHS Trusts are struggling with the occupancy of their hospital beds, with more than 86% being occupied every night, which will impact new patients coming in for treatment. According to The Royal College […]

Millennium Square firework heads into frightened crowd

A firework headed off course and into a frightened crowd during a firework display at Millennium Square last night. No injuries have been reported but organisers of the event @bristol are investigating. A visitor at the event captured the moment on film – please be aware the video contains strong language: The moment #BristolFireworks hit […]