Bristol's biggest event of the year is only a few weeks away. Bristol International Balloon Fiesta takes place at Ashton Court Estate on the edge of the city every August.
An estimated 500,000 people attend the free four-day event. Highlights include the mass ascents each morning and evening along with the famous NightGlow, where tethered balloons are lit up in time with music.
Two new additions this year are a 500-ft water slide and artist Luke Jeram's Museum of the Moon.
You'll already know Bristol has quite a reputation as a great filming location (see our Film & TV section) but we also love celebrating the finished results too.
This summer visitors are spoiled for choice starting with this weekend's Cary Grant Comes Home for the Weekend festival. The Story of Children's TV from 1946 to Today exhibition at MShed is running all summer whilst Watershed hosts Cinema Rediscovered and the Roald Dahl season. In August there is also the Bristol Film Festival showing classic films in immersive environments across the city before the Encounters Short Film & Animation Festival in September and Wildscreen in October.
We asked the trusty Visit Bristol Twitter followers for their recommendations of the best picnic spots in Bristol. We whittled the responses down to the top eight (or so). Our personal favourite is number three...
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