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  • Bristol's Universities launch the 20th Anniversary Varsity Boat Race 2014


    On Saturday 26 April 2014 Bristol's floating harbour will once again play host to the annual Varsity Boat Race that pits UWE Bristol against neighbours the University of Bristol.

  • UWE Bristol helps residents to voice their traffic concerns


    James Coleman, a Research Associate at UWE Bristol, has launched a new website, run by Bristol City Council, that gives local residents the information needed to actively engage in the management of traffic and road safety in their neighbourhood.

  • UWE Bristol and Milestones Trust launch Creative Club


    UWE Bristol and Milestones Trust have launched a 'Creative Club' in which vulnerable adults from the Trust undertake creative projects with support from UWE Bristol students.

  • UWE Bristol presents Soho Cinders


    From 12 – 15 March 2014

    Redgrave Theatre, Percival Road, Clifton, Bristol

    This year's student production at UWE Bristol is the new musical by Stiles and Drewe, Soho Cinders.

    The show can be seen at the Redgrave Theatre in Clifton from 12 to 15 March at 19:30 with a matinee on Saturday 15 March at 14:30.

  • UWE Bristol and local libraries team up to offer wider access


    UWE Bristol and South Gloucestershire libraries have teamed up to make it even easier for the public and students to access library services.

  • UWE Bristol Illustration students go 'Hot & Cold' at the Tobacco Factory


    'Hot & Cold', Tobacco Factory (Main Bar) until 2 March 2014

    'Hot & Cold' is an opportunity to take in the talent of UWE Bristol's final year BA (Hons) Illustration students as they showcase their latest work in an exhibition at the Tobacco Factory, Bristol.

  • UWE Bristol MA student filmmakers capture all the fun of Chinese New Year


    Chinese New Year celebrations were in full swing at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery at the weekend. Now Bristolians can relive the fun by watching a short film of the community events captured by UWE Bristol MA student filmmakers.

  • Social Netball flying at UWE Bristol


    UWE Bristol has been selected by England Netball to be part of the University Netball Officer Programme.

    A University Netball Officer (UNO) is a student volunteer that is empowered, supported and deployed by England Netball in conjunction the UWE sports development team, through the UWE EDGE sports volunteering programme. Their aim is to develop and deliver a programme of netball activities that encourage more students to keep active by participating in netball. The EDGE programme aims to enable the UNO to develop their own employable and transferrable skills ready for their future career in their chosen field.

  • Do self-build projects help ex-service personnel? Asks UWE expert


    A new project is aiming to help ex-service personnel who have encountered drink and drug problems with their transition back into civilian life by offering an opportunity to self-build their own home.

    Anthony Plumridge from the UWE Bristol has been engaged by the Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT) to evaluate the project.

  • UWE wins Sheepdog Gromit in nail-biting Gromit Unleashed Auction


    UWE Bristol has purchased Sheepdog Gromit in support of the Gromit Unleashed auction that raised £2.3 million towards the Wallace and Gromit Grand Appeal for the Bristol Children's Hospital.

  • UWE Bristol celebrates Iftar


    UWE Bristol will be holding an Iftar event on Tuesday 6 August at 19:30 in the Octagon, Frenchay Campus.

  • Bristol artist unveils unique sculpture of young girl at Temple Meads Station


    An intriguing experimental sculpture of a young girl standing alone and gazing at her mobile phone will be installed on Platform 3 at Bristol's Temple Meads Station on Thursday 25 July.

    'Maya' is a unique three-dimensional pixelated portrait created by internationally renowned artist, Luke Jerram, who is a visiting Senior Research Fellow at UWE Bristol. From a distance, the sculpture is clear to see but as you move closer, it disconcertingly appears to fragment into cubes.

  • Project Zulu tour raised the roof


    The Project Zulu tour has been declared a resounding success raising the roof not just in concert halls but quite literally paying for roof solar panels for a South African School.

  • Mini Mortarboards: UWE Bristol hosts Children's University Graduation ceremony


    Children from four schools across Bristol will be given the chance to glimpse into their future as they graduate from the Children's University (CU) at a ceremony held at Bristol Cathedral. The event, organised in conjunction with UWE Bristol, takes place on Monday 22 July at 10:30, and will see 30 children aged 7-11 take part in their very own graduation, complete with robes and mortarboards. This is part of UWE Bristol's Award Ceremonies fortnight which runs from 15 – 26 July and will see over 4,000 graduates having their awards conferred.

  • UWE Bristol proud to sponsor Pride


    UWE Bristol is sponsoring Bristol Pride 2013, a week-long celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities across the South West, running from the 5 – 14 July.

    The theme We Are: Proud is the chance for LGBT people, their friends, families and the whole of the South West to stand-up and declare they are proud of who they are and their loved ones. The events of the week are an exciting and varied mix of film, sport, talks, theatre and performance that will foreground and showcase LGBT performers, groups and causes.

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