Monthly Archives: May 2013

24 05, 2013

Bristol’s Creative Common opens a gateway to the city with NoFit State Circus show ‘Bianco’ from 7 June 2013

May 24th, 2013|Press Releases|

A former derelict piece of land behind Bristol Temple Meads train station is being transformed into ‘Creative Common’ - a unique collaboration between The Invisible Circus and Bristol City Council [...]

21 05, 2013

New £25M Fund to boost local jobs and get the economy moving

May 21st, 2013|Press Releases|

Businesses across the West of England can access a new, locally run, £25 million Fund that will safeguard and create jobs, by matching public and private money. The West of [...]

8 05, 2013

New £7 million creative and digital hub opens in Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone

May 8th, 2013|Press Releases|

A £7 million creative and digital business campus will be officially opened by Bristol Mayor, George Ferguson, today, Wednesday 8th May. Temple Studios, next to Temple Meads railway station, has [...]

8 05, 2013

Zoning in on art

May 8th, 2013|Blog|

 For months we’ve been talking about ‘art in the zone’, thanks to the brilliant projects that have come out of the Bristol Temple Quarter Commissions. Since last November, the Enterprise [...]

8 05, 2013

Business Profile: Friska

May 8th, 2013|Blog, Case Studies|

Friska, a eel good food’ restaurant, first opened on 15th October 2009, has four stores in Bristol and a base in Temple Quarter.

8 05, 2013

Paintworks’ Urban Art

May 8th, 2013|Blog|

Following hot on the heels of the success of the Affordable Art Fair in the Passenger Shed a couple of weeks ago, the See No Evil gallery have another top-notch [...]

8 05, 2013

Temple Quarter Breakfast

May 8th, 2013|Blog|

A new breakfast event with a difference is launching this month. Joseph and Elizabeth Pritchard of Zetetic Pioneering Strategies have recently moved to Bristol from Cornwall. They specialise in 'business [...]

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