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Speaking event in Bristol

Smithfield Nocturne

On August 7th, I will be talking at Cyclescreen – Bristol’s first dedicated bike film festival.

The event is being organised by Watershed, Bristol’s acclaimed media centre which sits on the city’s historic harbourside. The bike holds a special place in the hearts of Bristol’s ever-growing cycling community and to celebrate the many pleasures to be found on two wheels, Watershed are hosting a season of fun, inspiring cycling films, talks and events for riders and non-riders alike. All this and a pedal powered cinema!

If you would like to come along I’ll be at the Watershed, Bristol on Saturday 7th August at 17.00 – 18.30.

Tickets are available from the Box Office on 0117 927 5100.

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  1. I hope you are going to drop in for free tea/feed/B&B before or after your talk, I am 5 minutes away by bike.




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