What’s On

FRIDAY 3rd JULY

Online LEGO Club with South Gloucestershire Libraries
When: Every Friday
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free
Visit: https://www.facebook.com/sgloslibraries/

Calling LEGO fans of all ages to this weekly Online LEGO Club! All invited to get involved and creative.
Each Monday a new theme is posted on the South Gloucestershire Libraries facebook page and you’ll have a week to make your Lego creation.
You can then share a photo of your creation in the comments below the post.

Free Afternoon Tea with Bluebell Care via Zoom
When: Mondays and Fridays 3-4pm
Where: On Zoom – please email jodi@bluebellcare.org for Zoom link
Cost: Free

Free “Afternoon Tea” via Live Zoom with Midwife Wendy Proctor for all pregnant and new mums.
Bluebell Care is a charity which support mums, dads and families living in Bristol and beyond. Sessions promote positivity, coping strategies and answering any questions.
Wendy would love to welcome you.

SUNDAY 5th JULY

Sing Hallelujah for Front Line Workers: National Event
When: 7.30pm
Where: In your own home/garden
Cost: Free

A nation-wide pop-up sing-a-long which aims to get the whole nation together to say a huge “thank you” to front line workers.

The Hallelujah Chorus, from Handel’s Messiah, will be sang across the UK and Northern Ireland.

All are invited, whether it’s family, neighbours or members of an existing choir or choral society. It can be two or three of you, or 30 socially-distanced singers in a field. It doesn’t matter whether you’re an experienced singer or a complete novice!

Click on this link to sign up: https://about.koor.app/hallelujah/

MONDAY 6th JULY

Online LEGO Club with Bristol Libraries
When: Every Monday, 11am
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free
Visit: https://www.facebook.com/BristolLibraries/

Calling LEGO fans of all ages to this weekly Online LEGO Club!
Each Monday a new theme will be posted on the Bristol Libraries facebook page and you’ll have a week to make your Lego creation.
You can then share a photo of your creation in the comments below the post, adding your first name and local library (no pictures showing faces, please).

The Great Fire of London – Part 1: Free Live Stream Event
When: Monday 6th July, 2-2.30pm
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free

Would you like to learn about the Great Fire of London? Are you curious to find out how it started, why it got so bad and how it was stopped?

The Museum for London is hosting a free live-stream event all about the Great Fire of London, ideal for children and adults. The learning activity is presented in 3 parts: “How it began”, “How it was stopped” and “How the fire changed London”.

Grab your whole family and enjoy a private tour of the museum’s Fire! Fire! exhibition, plus ask your questions to a museum curator.
To take part in this free live-stream event, go to The Museum for London’s facebook page just before 2pm.
Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult whilst watching the stream.

Free Afternoon Tea with Bluebell Care via Zoom
When: Mondays and Fridays 3-4pm
Where: On Zoom – please email jodi@bluebellcare.org for Zoom link
Cost: Free

Free “Afternoon Tea” via Live Zoom with Midwife Wendy Proctor for all pregnant and new mums.
Bluebell Care is a charity which support mums, dads and families living in Bristol and beyond. Sessions promote positivity, coping strategies and answering any questions.
Wendy would love to welcome you.

TUESDAY 7th JULY

Bristol Libraries Baby Bounce & Rhyme- Live!
When: 11-11.20am
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free
More details: https://www.facebook.com/BristolLibraries/

Nursery rhymes and songs to join in with at home, perfect for little ones and their families.

THURSDAY 9th JULY

Bristol Libraries Baby Bounce & Rhyme- Live!
When: 11-11.20am
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free
More details: https://www.facebook.com/BristolLibraries/

Nursery rhymes and songs to join in with at home, perfect for little ones and their families.

FRIDAY 10th JULY

Online LEGO Club with South Gloucestershire Libraries
When: Every Friday
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free
Visit: https://www.facebook.com/sgloslibraries/

Calling LEGO fans of all ages to this weekly Online LEGO Club! All invited to get involved and creative.
Each Monday a new theme is posted on the South Gloucestershire Libraries facebook page and you’ll have a week to make your Lego creation.
You can then share a photo of your creation in the comments below the post.

Free Afternoon Tea with Bluebell Care via Zoom
When: Mondays and Fridays 3-4pm
Where: On Zoom – please email jodi@bluebellcare.org for Zoom link
Cost: Free

Free “Afternoon Tea” via Live Zoom with Midwife Wendy Proctor for all pregnant and new mums.
Bluebell Care is a charity which support mums, dads and families living in Bristol and beyond. Sessions promote positivity, coping strategies and answering any questions.
Wendy would love to welcome you.

MONDAY 13th JULY

Online LEGO Club with Bristol Libraries
When: Every Monday, 11am
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free
Visit: https://www.facebook.com/BristolLibraries/

Calling LEGO fans of all ages to this weekly Online LEGO Club!
Each Monday a new theme will be posted on the Bristol Libraries facebook page and you’ll have a week to make your Lego creation.
You can then share a photo of your creation in the comments below the post, adding your first name and local library (no pictures showing faces, please).

The Great Fire of London – Part 2: Free Live Stream Event
When: Monday 6th July, 2-2.30pm
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free

Would you like to learn about the Great Fire of London? Are you curious to find out how it started, why it got so bad and how it was stopped?

The Museum for London is hosting a free live-stream event all about the Great Fire of London, ideal for children and adults. The learning activity is presented in 3 parts: “How it began”, “How it was stopped” and “How the fire changed London”.

Grab your whole family and enjoy a private tour of the museum’s Fire! Fire! exhibition, plus ask your questions to a museum curator.
To take part in this free live-stream event, go to The Museum for London’s facebook page just before 2pm.
Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult whilst watching the stream.

Free Afternoon Tea with Bluebell Care via Zoom
When: Mondays and Fridays 3-4pm
Where: On Zoom – please email jodi@bluebellcare.org for Zoom link
Cost: Free

Free “Afternoon Tea” via Live Zoom with Midwife Wendy Proctor for all pregnant and new mums.
Bluebell Care is a charity which support mums, dads and families living in Bristol and beyond. Sessions promote positivity, coping strategies and answering any questions.
Wendy would love to welcome you.

TUESDAY 14th JULY

Bristol Libraries Baby Bounce & Rhyme- Live!
When: 11-11.20am
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free
More details: https://www.facebook.com/BristolLibraries/

Nursery rhymes and songs to join in with at home, perfect for little ones and their families.

THURSDAY 16th JULY

Bristol Libraries Baby Bounce & Rhyme- Live!
When: 11-11.20am
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free
More details: https://www.facebook.com/BristolLibraries/

Nursery rhymes and songs to join in with at home, perfect for little ones and their families.

FRIDAY 17th JULY

Online LEGO Club with South Gloucestershire Libraries
When: Every Friday
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free
Visit: https://www.facebook.com/sgloslibraries/

Calling LEGO fans of all ages to this weekly Online LEGO Club! All invited to get involved and creative.
Each Monday a new theme is posted on the South Gloucestershire Libraries facebook page and you’ll have a week to make your Lego creation.
You can then share a photo of your creation in the comments below the post.

Free Afternoon Tea with Bluebell Care via Zoom
When: Mondays and Fridays 3-4pm
Where: On Zoom – please email jodi@bluebellcare.org for Zoom link
Cost: Free

Free “Afternoon Tea” via Live Zoom with Midwife Wendy Proctor for all pregnant and new mums.
Bluebell Care is a charity which support mums, dads and families living in Bristol and beyond. Sessions promote positivity, coping strategies and answering any questions.
Wendy would love to welcome you.

MONDAY 20th JULY

Online LEGO Club with Bristol Libraries
When: Every Monday, 11am
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free
Visit: https://www.facebook.com/BristolLibraries/

Calling LEGO fans of all ages to this weekly Online LEGO Club!
Each Monday a new theme will be posted on the Bristol Libraries facebook page and you’ll have a week to make your Lego creation.
You can then share a photo of your creation in the comments below the post, adding your first name and local library (no pictures showing faces, please).

The Great Fire of London – Part 3: Free Live Stream Event
When: Monday 6th July, 2-2.30pm
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free

Would you like to learn about the Great Fire of London? Are you curious to find out how it started, why it got so bad and how it was stopped?

The Museum for London is hosting a free live-stream event all about the Great Fire of London, ideal for children and adults. The learning activity is presented in 3 parts: “How it began”, “How it was stopped” and “How the fire changed London”.

Grab your whole family and enjoy a private tour of the museum’s Fire! Fire! exhibition, plus ask your questions to a museum curator.
To take part in this free live-stream event, go to The Museum for London’s facebook page just before 2pm.
Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult whilst watching the stream.

FRIDAY 24th JULY

Online LEGO Club with South Gloucestershire Libraries
When: Every Friday
Where: Online, in your own home
Cost: Free
Visit: https://www.facebook.com/sgloslibraries/

Calling LEGO fans of all ages to this weekly Online LEGO Club! All invited to get involved and creative.
Each Monday a new theme is posted on the South Gloucestershire Libraries facebook page and you’ll have a week to make your Lego creation.
You can then share a photo of your creation in the comments below the post.

SUNDAY 25th OCTOBER, 2am Clocks go backwards 1 hour

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