|Brunel's Bristol walking tours, 29th - 31st August
To celebrate the 175th anniversary of Temple Meads Station, Network Rail and the SS Great Britain are offering exclusive tours of two of Brunel's masterpieces. These tours will include the Engine Shed, Passenger Shed and the vaults at Temple Meads, as well as a one-way ferry ride and entry to one of Brunel's other masterpieces - the ss Great Britain.Tickets to Brunel's ss Great Britain include free, unlimited return visits for a year. You can find out more and book tickets (£20) on the ss Great Britain website
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Bristol Doors Open Day, September 12th
As part of Bristol Doors Open Day 2015, both Engine Shed and the Bristol Temple Meads tunnels will be open for visitors.
Both tours require advance booking, and more information on the tours and how to book is available on the Bristol Doors Open website
Duke of York’s Pitch@Palace Roadshow, 14th September
SETsquared will be hosting a venture pitch and selection event at Engine Shed on 14 September to identify participants for the Pitch@Palace 4.0 event, which will take place at St James’ Palace on 2 November. Three of the ventures selected on the day in Bristol will get to attend this event, where they’ll gain priceless publicity and access to an ‘AAA’ list of investors, movers and shakers.
The event will focus on showcasing Internet of Things and Smart Cities ventures, and is open to any venture developing a business in either of these sectors. You can register to attend online
, and the deadline to do so is 28th August.
Room 13, Hartcliffe, until 4 September
Room 13 Hareclive
is an independent artists’ studio based in the playground of Hareclive Primary school in Hartcliffe, co-run by children and adults working together. This year Room 13 artists won the Bristol 2015 Green Capital arts commission for Dundry View Neighbourhood Partnership, and an exhibition of their work is currently on show in the Engine Shed until 4th September.