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The University will make every effort to provide disabled access, where possible, to all of its events. If you have any support requirements due to a disability, please contact the event organiser directly at the earliest opportunity.

August 2019

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September 2019

Saturday   7   September   2019
University Open Day
Organised by Recruitment Events Team
University of Bristol , 9:30am - 4:00pm  
Our open days offer the perfect opportunity to find out more about our courses and facilities, and to meet current students and staff.   Please visit the open days website for more information
Booking required   Contact  Recruitment Events Team  on +44 (0)117 - 39 41646  or visit-us@bristol.ac.uk

Sunday   15   September   2019
Specialist Garden History Tour of Goldney Garden
Organised by External Estates, University of Bristol
Angela Nutbrown
Goldney Garden, Clifton Village , 10:30am - 12:00pm  
Our guide will showcase this hidden treasure including the Grotto (believed to be one of the finest surviving examples of an eighteenth-century garden grotto in Britain with walls and pillars laden with a variety of minerals, shells, corals, rocks and fossils). No access to the house. Full details given on booking.   Further information and booking click here
£10.00 per person (numbers are limited) to include Historic Gardens Book   Contact  Nicolette Smith  on +44 (0)117 - 42 82409  or nicolette.smith@bristol.ac.uk

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October 2019

Wednesday   16   October   2019
Venerating the Cross: Congregational participation in early medieval Iberia
Organised by School of Arts
Professor Emma Hornby, Department of Music
Victoria Rooms, 88 Queen's Road , 6:30 - 8:30pm  
We do not usually associate early medieval liturgy with congregational participation, but a closer - and interdisciplinary - look at the primary evidence can give us a vivid sense of the congregation's role within religious observance.   Further information is available
Free to attend, but booking is required.   Contact  for other queries,  at sd15582@bristol.ac.uk

Monday   21   October   2019
Working at mental health and wellbeing
Organised by Elizabeth Blackwell Institute
Dame Carol is Principal of Newnham College Cambridge and Expert Advisor on Health and Work to NHS England and Public Health England.
Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, Queen's Road, BS8 1RJ , 6:30 - 8:00pm  
Dame Carol is expert government advisor on health and work, and an inspirational leader. In this year's lecture she will talk about her influential campaigns on mental health and wellbeing in the workplace, something of great importance to so many of us.
Free to attend, but registration is required.   Contact  for other queries,  at jo.barrell@bristol.ac.uk

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