What is Bristol known for?

summer term

, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire *Show Four - The Crying Boy- investigating a legend of a cursed painting. The village was, up until the end of the summer term 2008, home to Kingsdon Manor School, which served Bristol and other local areas as a residential Special School, for up to 40 boys aged 10-16 years with emotional or behavioural difficulties. It was housed in a large manor house built in 1830.

classic traditional

, St Michael's Hill, BS2 8DE lat long directions phone +44 117 973-3203 tollfree fax hours price content Winner of the CAMRA Bristol pub of the year in 2003, the Highbury Vaults is a classic traditional pub with 8 real ales available on cask. Popular with students and older customers alike, and with a large heated garden. Open until midnight. * Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol


Hippodrome on September 15, 2004. '''Stoke Bishop''' is a very affluent and medium-sized outer city suburb in the north-west of Bristol, located in between Westbury-on-Trym, Sneyd Park, and Sea Mills (Sea Mills, Bristol). Although relatively small, Stoke Bishop's population has increased due to substantial infilling on the ''Smelting Works'' sports ground and ''The Grove'' which used to belong to Clifton High (Clifton High School (Bristol)) school. The population of Stoke Bishop varies throughout the year because of the influx of students to the large campus of halls of residence situated on the edge of the suburb and the Downs (the Downs (Bristol)) during university term time. The league was formed in 1889 as the '''Birmingham & District League''' to cater for teams in Birmingham and the surrounding area, but soon became established as one of the strongest leagues outside the Football League (The Football League) itself, with teams from as far afield as Bristol and Wales taking part. After the Second World War it absorbed the rival Birmingham Combination to become firmly established as the leading league in the area, but a gradual decline in its status began in the late 1950s and it now operates at a much lower level than in its heyday. The league currently acts as a feeder to the Midland Football Alliance, to which one team is promoted to each season. Approximately fifty teams compete in the league each season, with new members regularly joining from smaller local leagues. Despite the league's name, in the years prior to the First World War it came to include teams from as far afield as Bristol, Wrexham and Crewe, as well as including the reserve teams of local Football League clubs. A number of clubs which had enjoyed success in the Birmingham Combination also joined the league, which was seen as a step up to a better standard of football. The league's large coverage area began to create problems in the 1930s, however, as many clubs found the long and costly journeys to away matches difficult, and began to drop out in favour of playing in leagues which covered smaller areas. In 1938, Bangor City (Bangor City F.C.), Worcester City (Worcester City F.C.), Wellington Town (Telford United F.C.) and the reserve teams of Cardiff City (Cardiff City F.C.) and Wrexham (Wrexham A.F.C.) all resigned from the league, reducing the numbers so much that instead of the usual format the organising committee decided to run two separate competitions each lasting for half of the 1938–39 (1938-39 in English football) season, the first named the Keys Cup and the second the League Cup. Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol

service great

) from Dursley. The hamlet has two public houses, called the George and the White Lion. There are regular buses to Bristol, Gloucester and Thornbury (Thornbury, South Gloucestershire). Western Gloucestershire, part of Berkshire, Bristol, Wiltshire, Hampshire, Dorset, Somerset, Devon and Cornwall Ship acquired Ship maiden voyage 8 April 1838 Bristol-New York Ship in service

national recording

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early drawings

; Howard was among the 17 fatalities, including four ex-KLM flight crew. "Casualty details: Leslie Howard." ''Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC)''. Retrieved: 4 August 2010. Wren (Christopher Wren) who hearing of his 'early skill and genius' for architecture, took him as his clerk at about the age of 18. His early drawings in a sketch-book, containing sketches and notes some dated 1680 and 1683, of buildings in Nottingham, Coventry, Warwick, Bath (Bath, Somerset), Bristol, Oxford and Northampton. Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol

prominent research

2008 title Airbus in UK publisher accessdate 20 March 2009 first and Rolls-Royce are all based at Filton, and aerospace engineering is a prominent research area at the nearby University of the West of England. Another important aviation company in the city is Cameron Balloons, who manufacture hot air balloons. Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol


School'' had a more gentle, intimate feel, featuring just two presenters in a studio with the usual collection of toys and pets, ''Play Away'' was much more lively, including songs, games and many jokes. The first eight series were shot in a studio, usually at BBC Television Centre, London, although certain episodes were recorded in Bristol or Manchester. Later episodes were recorded in front of a live studio audience. The format was a little like a music-hall variety show


of the Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation. It is little used for commercial carrying, but as it is part of the fully connected network of English and Welsh canals, narrowboating holidaymakers can reach Keadby from as far away as Bristol, Llangollen, Lancaster (Lancaster, Lancashire), Ripon or London. Milner was born in Bristol, and educated at Douai School, Woolhampton, Berkshire. He won a scholarship to the Royal College of Music, where he studied piano with Herbert Fryer and theory with R. O. Morris. He also studied composition privately with Mátyás Seiber. At the West of England Tennis tournament in Bristol, UK, he won his first Challenger doubles title of the season with Dejan Petrovic. Next, at The Manchester Trophy in Manchester, UK, he won the doubles title with Karol Beck, although he was beaten by Beck in the singles semi-final. Asiam took his third doubles challenger title in a row when with Stefano Pescosolido he took the Hilversum Open title in Hilversum, Netherlands. In July at Wrexham, UK in the Wrexham Challenger, his doubles winning streak was broken when he lost the final with Daniele Bracciali. He also reached the single quarter-finals. birth_date Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol

support building

in Northavon House, on the outskirts of north Bristol on the campus of the University of the West of England, next to the exit to the A4174 (A4174 road) ring road (for junction 1 of the M32). The nearest railway station is Filton Abbey Wood (Filton Abbey Wood railway station), next to the large Defence Equipment and Support building (also a government procurement agency). The building also houses the JISC (Joint Information Systems Committee), and the Office for Fair Access. The district borders the city of Bristol, the unitary district of Bath and North East Somerset, the shire county of Gloucestershire and the shire county of Wiltshire. South Gloucestershire lies within the historic (Historic counties of England) and ceremonial (Ceremonial counties of England) county of Gloucestershire. Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol


) population_density_urban_km2 population_density_urban_sq_mi population_blank1_title Ethnicity url http: ons rel census 2011-census key-statistics-for-local-authorities-in-england-and-wales rft-table-ks202ew.xls title 2011 Census: Ethnicgroup, local authorities in England and Wales work Census 2011 publisher Office for National Statistics accessdate 12 December 2012 population_blank1 84.0% White (77.9% White British) 6.0% Black 5.5% Asian 3.6% Mixed Race 0.3% Arab 0.6% Other population_density_blank1_km2 population_density_blank1_sq_mi blank_name_sec2 GDP blank_info_sec2 US$ (American dollar) 47.7 billion blank1_name_sec2 GDP per capita blank1_info_sec2 US$ 42,326 timezone GMT (UTC (UTC±00:00)) timezone_DST BST (British Summer Time) utc_offset_DST +1 elevation_footnotes url http: weather weather.php3?s 062730&refer title Historical Weather for Bristol, England, United Kingdom work Weatherbase publisher Canty & Associates accessdate 3 August 2007 date June 2011 elevation_m 11 elevation_ft 36 blank_name_sec1 GVA (Gross Value Added) blank_info_sec1 2012 blank1_name_sec1  • Total blank1_info_sec1 £ (GBP)11.7bn ($19.4bn) (8th (List of UK cities by GVA)) blank2_name_sec1  • Growth blank2_info_sec1 1.6% blank3_name_sec1  • Per capita blank3_info_sec1 £27,100 ($44,900) (5th (List of UK cities by GVA)) blank4_name_sec1  • Growth blank4_info_sec1 0.6% postal_code_type Postcode postal_code BS (BS postcode area) area_code 0117, 01275 iso_code GB-BST blank1_name ONS code (ONS coding system) blank1_info 00HB (ONS) E06000023 (GSS) blank2_name OS grid reference (Ordnance Survey National Grid) blank2_info blank3_name NUTS (Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics) 3 blank3_info UKK11 website footnotes '''Bristol''' ( Retrieved 26 January 2015 It is England's sixth and the United Kingdom's eighth most populous city, and the most populous city in Southern England outside London.

Bristol received a Royal charter in 1155. It was part of Gloucestershire until 1373 when it became a county (Historic counties of England) in its own right. From the 13th to the 18th century, it ranked among the top three English cities after London, along with York and Norwich, on the basis of tax receipts, url http: town-rank.shtml title The Ranking of Provincial Towns in England 1066–1861 work Delving into building history publisher Jean Manco accessdate 13 January 2010 date 25 July 2009 last Manco first Jean until the rapid rise of Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham in the Industrial Revolution. It borders the counties of Somerset and Gloucestershire, with the historic cities of Bath (Bath, Somerset) and Gloucester to the south east and the north respectively. The city is built around the River Avon (River Avon, Bristol) and also has a short coastline on the Severn Estuary which flows into the Bristol Channel.

Bristol's prosperity has been linked with the sea since its earliest days. The Port of Bristol was originally in the city centre before being moved to the Severn Estuary at Avonmouth; Royal Portbury Dock is on the western edge of the city. In recent years, the economy has depended on the creative media, electronics and aerospace industries and the city centre docks have been regenerated as a centre of heritage and culture.

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