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Second of Bristol’s Make Sundays Special
The second of five monthly ‘Make Sundays Special’ days is set to take place this Sunday, July 21.
And thanks to the success of Bristol’s first Make Sunday Special and the huge national attention, we’re confident the Mayor’s initiative to open up city-centre streets to pedestrians and cyclists will be even bigger and better second time around.
All Make Sundays Special activities run from 11am to 4pm.
Street performers, musicians, sports clubs and children’s play groups and businesses are all invited to come along to entertain passers-by, encourage folks to join in and create an inclusive, fun and vibrant atmosphere in Castle Park, Corn Street, Baldwin Street and the area around St Nicholas Market.
Once again visitors will find local producers, bakers, independent traders and makers selling a variety of freshly-prepared foods and unique gifts on market stalls.
City cafes, restaurants and bars will be open to welcome people who want to take time out and enjoy al-fresco dining and watch the world go by.
- New for Sunday, July 21: Bristol City Korfball Club, West Country Boxing, Can-Can dancers, taster sessions with the Bristol Shakespeare Festival, a gypsy jazz band, swing dance tryouts, bowls, ping-pong, a young people's choir and a rock choir.
- Bristol Cycle Festival: This Make Sundays Special coincides with the Bristol Cycle Festival. Visitors to Castle Park will find a whole host of cycling-themed activities and anyone arriving by bike is invited to take part in the Carnivelo, the UK’s only cycle carnival.
Find out more about how you can get involved and road closure information on our website.
Published on: Wed, 17/07/2013