More about Bristol
Bristol is the city of remarkable history and heritage. A home to JK Rowling, Cary Grant, Jeremy Irons, Massive Attack, Portishead, Neneh Cherry, this green spot of UK’s map proudly call itself the green capital.
It’s the UK’s first cycling city, full of an amazing atmosphere, boats, bridges and colorful balloons.
It’s the city that offers a variety of things to discover – from farmer’s markets to local shops or independent restaurants, bakeries and many more.
It’s really understandable, with knowing Bristol’s foodie atmosphere, the decision of hosting a festival that will connect people with food that is good for you, for the environment and the local economy.
These last three things are crucially important, as only small changes can have a real impact on our health, the area we’re living in, and its economy.
These things were therefore recognized by the Bristol City Council, University and other city’s institutions and the national broadcaster BBC that fully support Bristol Food Connections.