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Father's Day in Bristol

Bristol dads share their top tips for Father's Day
Before the big day on Sunday, we asked some Bristol dads, including pioneering DJ Roni Size and Aardman's Pete Lord to share their favourite things to do with their sons and daughters in the city...
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Father's Day special offers, there are lots of offers across the city for Father's Day including meals, activities and free entry or presents 
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Celebrate Bristol Pride
The amazing Bristol Pride takes place across the city and includes a comedy night, dog show and a specially curated theatre evening.The celebrations then culminate in a parade and huge festival on the Harbourside on Saturday 9th July.
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Stay with Clifton Hotels, use booking code PRIDE2016 for a discounted rate 
Eat at No.1 Harbourside, located by the water and near the main stage, get fresh food and local cider and beer 
Pete Sanchez-Iglesias Casamia
Interview: Casamia's Pete Sanchez-Iglesias
We had a cup of tea and a chat with michelin-starred chef Pete Sanchez-Iglesias at Casamia's new central waterfront location. Here's what he had to say about working in the city centre, the promise of Bristol's growing food scene and two brand new restaurant openings... 
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Stay at Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel & Spa, a 4-star hotel located just behind Casamia's new waterfront location
Eat at Pi Shop, The Sanchez Brothers' new pizzeria will be opening on 21st July 2016
Bristol Harbour Festival

Plan a stay during Bristol's mega-weekend!
The weekend of 15th-17th July is set to be a huge one in Bristol and is the perfect time to book a stay and experience this buzzing and exciting city at its best.

The hugely popular Bristol Harbour Festival will take over the waterways with music, markets, dance and entertainment. All the while, Bristol's most-famous son (sorry Banksy) Cary Grant will be celebrated in the annual Cary Grant Festival. Plus the Bristol Americana Weekend will see foot-stomping roots and country music played across the city. Phew, what a weekend!
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Stay at DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre, with their 'we love weekends' offer


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