One of my favourite sights at the moment.
Just simply this bridge nestled nicely at the end of Baldwin Street in Bristol City Centre reflecting gently in the night river.
Just calms my thoughts as I walk through Castle Park to King Street to pick up my darling @zoe_ann4 from work.
We hope you've all got your slow cookers out of the cupboard now! Share your slow cooker recipe ideas with us and help inspire other home cooks to try your food. This chicken stew from Natalie @natalie_mfp looks really delicious 😋If you make it, don't forget to send her a photo on Cookpad!
3 235 hours ago
GIANT BALL PIT DnB RAVE THIS MONDAY 😍 + all the usual things that make Monday nights fun! 👇 😛£1 VK'S ALL NIGHT
😱£1 GUEST LIST
🔊3 HUGE ROOMS OF TUNES
🔵GIANT BALL PIT
W H Y V E G G I E ? /// Did you know that our afternoon tea is vegetarian as standard? So what motivates us to run a meat-free business?
Firstly, sustainability and keeping our carbon footprint to a minimum lies at the heart of our business. It was a no brainer for us that going vegetarian would immediately reduce our impact on the environment.
Secondly, the way in which you have to run a vegetarian kitchen is different to how you run an omnivorous kitchen. Different equipment is needed and different rules apply. We are deemed to be ‘low-risk’ from an environmental health perspective. This changes if we serve meat and that’s why we don’t.
I’m (mostly) vegan. I don’t harp on about it on here too much and I certainly don’t want to be preachy, each to their own and all that, but at the end of the day this is our business and I don’t want to handle or serve meat so we don’t.
Finally, and perhaps most importantly, it’s about quality. The quality of meat / fish is far more varied than the quality of vegetables particularly if you’re buying seasonally. This gives us more control over the food we serve and ensures we can keep our standards high and don’t compromise on taste. It’s also more cost effective which means we can deliver a banging product that represents excellent value for money.
So there you have it. Four reasons why our afternoon tea is vegetarian as standard. There’s a lot of time and love that goes into creating our menus. It’s not easy coming up with four new vegetarian sandwich fillings every few weeks, believe me! Being veggie means our menu is one of the most creative afternoon teas out there and you, our lovely customers, seem to think so too 😊 *We also offer a Vegan Afternoon Tea and a Gluten Free Afternoon Tea*
3 326 hours ago
My first time in Bristol, what a beautiful day 🇬🇧🇪🇺
Thanks to Emmeline Cafe in Stokes Croft (@emmeline_bristol) for the vibrant, delicious lunch they provided during our #ThinkOcean meeting with the Ocean Conservation Trust (@oceanconservationtrust). 🌈🌱
Don’t think I’ve ever seen a more colourful table of food than this. 😍
Please check out my previous post and read what I have to say about the ‘Think Ocean’ campaign. 🌊🌍
What's your most random jewellery tool? I'm rather partial to a peg and elastic band 😁
One of the things my students often struggle with is holding little things while filing, sanding or drilling. Ofcourse there are specialist tools such as ring clamps and vices but sometimes they're too big or you just dont have one. A humble peg can grip things extremely well if you wrap an elastic band or hair bobble tightly around it.
The other great thing about pegs is because they are so cheap and easily accessible, you can use them without modification or you can cut or file into them to make the perfect holder for the thing you're trying to support, such as carving little recesses so it can hold round wires or granulation balls. Here I have cut the end of the peg off with my jewellers saw so as much of the metal is sticking out as possible. #makedoandmend#jewelleryhacks
Bang! Get a load of this little beauty all up in your eyeballs! @perkspectivephotography was out bright and early the other day and after seeing this shot I’m glad he was.
Thanks to everyone who tagged #igersbristol today.
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22 2,1249 November, 2019
🦌 OH DEER LORD how ace is this photo by @t0m.wright?! 😍
So much goodness in one pic.
Beautiful @ashton_court_ stag... the city spread out behind him... Cumberland Basin traffic... the pretty sky... 🌇
And can you spot @jody_artist’s Greta Thunberg peeking out from @tobacco_factory? 👀
Nice one Tom, it’s our Photo Of The Day.
One of us will be back tomorrow!
Enjoy the rest of your evening. 👋🏻 @porthjess 🌈 #igersbristol
The east end of Bristol Cathedral, built c. 1310-22, is one of the masterpieces of English Gothic. Here’s a shot of the north aisle, with perforated transverse arches carrying quadripartite vaults that zig-zag up and down. The architect probably trained in Eastern Europe, hence his building of a hall church (no clerestory in the center) with such unusual spatial effects. I really need to get back here and visit!
15 1,0248 November, 2019
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