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Bristol Beta #2

Next up is this year's WCS event photographer, Bristol local and organiser of the wonderful Women's Trad Festival, Charlie Low. CHARLIE LOW BRISTOL DATA ANALYST, FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHER & ORGANISER OF THE WOMEN'S TRAD FESTIVAL LOGISTICS: Eat: The Grain Barge is one of my favourite places to eat - you get lovely views of the harbour, and the food is amazing! Plus they always have great ciders and beers! STAY: Bloc is in St Werburghs, so looking for an Airbnb around there is a good bet! It has a great, hippy vibe and is close to the City Farm. A POST WCS DRINK: I love having a drink with a view, I usually head to the harbourside. The Apple is a boat and has a great selection of local ciders, as

Bristol Beta #1

We know that many of you are coming a long way to attend this year's WCS, so wanted to give you some ideas on logistics and what not to miss should you choose to make a weekend of it in Bristol. Not only is it one of the UK's climbing hubs, but also has some amazing food, drink and activities, whatever the weather! In order to help you plan your weekend better, we've sought help from women in the Bristol climbing community to give you the beta on where to stay, climb, get a brew...all the important stuff! In the first of our series, #WCS16 attendee Ashley Lait kicks us off with her recommendations. ASHLEY LAIT REDLAND, BRISTOL EVENTS MANAGER & PART-TIME PHD STUDENT LOGISTICS: Eat: Where to e

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