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Lido: Restaurant, Spa and Pool Oakfield Place , Clifton Bristol BS 8 2BJ ...More info...
Bristol South B TAGB Taekwondo Martial Arts Bristol South B, Avon BS3 1QG R.Martin, Southville Centre, Beauley Road, Southvill Bristol, BS3 1QG .
University of Bristol Swimming Pool Students Union , Richmond Hill Avenue , Clifton Bristol BS8 1LN ...More info...
Bristol TAGB Taekwondo Martial Arts Bristol Academy, Avon BS5 9LA M.Dew Bristol Academy 163a Church Street ,Bristol .
BRISTOL ADVENTURE Sea Cadets Bristol (Adventure) - TS Adventure, Deal Cottage, Cumberland Basin Bristol, BS1 6XL Parade Night: Tue and Fri 1915-2115 Snr and RMC; Mon 1900-2100 Juns; Wed 1900-2100 Boats PARADE TIMES
Interested In Joining Us
If you are interested in joining us you can phone us on 0117 929 0356, or you can come to the unit on a parde night and have a look at the unit and see the cadets in action.
Minimum Joining Ages
Junior Cadet - Ages 10 - 12
Sea Cadet - Ages 12 - 18
2146 South East Bristol Squadron Air Training Corps, air cadets 550 Bath Road Brislington Bristol ...More info...
BRISTOL KNOWLE Sea Cadets Bristol (Knowle) - TS Endeavour, Off Buller Road, Knowle Bristol, BS4 2LN We are BRISTOL KNOWLE Sea Cadets and part of the UKs largest maritime youth charity. Cadets go to sea, learn to sail and do adventure training, all on a nautical theme, plus get extra skills to give you a head start in life.
The Crotchet Factory 1, Edward Street
Bristol, BS5 6LW Weekly Saturday Club for young musicians from
2-9 year olds learning a variety of instruments and singing. Group classes
include percussion, recorder, ukulele, keyboard and our club also has groups
of children 7/8+ learning guitar or keyboard/piano. All welcome.
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