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This Week’s Enterprise Zone News: Platform 14, Food Markets, Newsletter

Platform 14 exhibition launches in Engine Shed
A new exhibition showcasting innovation has been launched in Engine Shed. Connecting…, launched on April 14th, will be running in the Engine Shed foyer until June 6th and is open free of charge to all visitors. Curated by students currently studying for a Masters in Curating at the University of the West of England, it aims to explore the relationship between creativity and technology and the potential for future development. Find out more on the Engine Shed website.

Temple Quay Food Markets return
The popular food markets in Temple Quay Square are back – and they’re now a weekly event. Taking place every Thursday, the market traders currently include Agnes Spencer’s amazing Jamaican cuisine, Niang’s Thai Snacks, She Sells Sushi, American Kitchen, Jacob’s finest falafel and hummus dishes as well as Sue’s Cakes. The street markets are part of a wider campaign to offer attractions to businesses based at Temple Quay, their staff, visitors and people passing through over the lunchtime period. More information on the Temple Quay website.

Enterprise Zone features in the Bristol Post
Temple Quarter was the subject of a special feature in the business pull-out of the Bristol Post today, with case studies on Temple Studios companies Hype and Slippers & Keep Architects as well as Engine Shed-based TVS. You can read the full piece by clicking here.

Latest BTQEZ newsletter out now!
The April newsletter for the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone was sent out to subscribers today, featuring the latest news, events and general goings-on in Temple Quarter. You can view it by clicking here. And remember, you can also follow us over on Twitter @BTQEZ.

2018-04-18T10:25:11+00:00April 16th, 2014|Blog|