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I came to Bristol in 1998 to study a BSc (hons) Computing and Information Systems at The University of the West of England after studying my A'Levels atClarendon College in Nottingham from 1996 until 1998.

Bristol is one of the most amazing Cities that anyone could ever hope to live in. It is a vibrant and ever-growing city with a culture for the younger and the older generations and everything you could possibly want, need or places you might want to go are right on your doorstep.
Bristol is just off the M4 motorway and is so accessible for anyone from miles around.
I LOVE BRISTOL! Yes I do!...and my favourite Radio station is:
Click the GWR FM icon! I dare you to listen online!

Bristol is great because it is so easy to reach the countryside in a short time.

Nearby are the Mendips and the somerset Level as well as Cheddar and Ebbor Gorges, which are stunning.

Cheddar Gorge is also where Richard proposed marriage to me.

The lovely countryside of somerset. The lovely countryside of somerset.

The Famous Clifton Suspension Bridge!

Bristol is also full of romantic places to visit, like the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge - designed by Sir Isombard Kingdom Brunel.

It is situated in the heart of Clifton, which is beautiful on it's own with it's varied building architecture and greenlands.

The nightlife in Bristol is brilliant too! Bristol caters for every deviation from the norm and everything else too!

My local hang-out tends to be the Hatchett Inn and then Inferno for the Assylum Rock night on Saturdays! If you like a micture of old to modern rock music (Let's forget Nu-Metal though! Argh!), then you will love Assylum and DJ Haggis!

The Bristol Nightlife!
The famous SS Great Britain!

Bristol also has the famous SS Great Britain also created by Sir Isambard Kingdom Brunel!
You can find it at the Great Western Dockyard on the waterfront in Bristol City Centre.

In the midst passed Wells is Longleat House. A huge stunning old hall with grounds that boast a safari park, nightclub, restaurant and venue.

Longleat House

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