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City of Bristol

County in England

Bristol was known by the Saxons as Brycg stowe, 'the settlement by the bridge'. It was well-placed for maritime trade and became a successful port and market town. The Normans safeguarded the flourishing town with Bristol Castle, built to guard approaches by land. Remnants of Bristol's former stronghold can still be found in Castle Park.

In the 1200s a new bridge linked the old town of Bristol with the growing suburb of Redcliffe. The development of Redcliffe meant that Bristol was divided between Gloucestershire and Somerset. Bristol became a county in 1373 by royal charter, and although the political administration has varied over the years, the City of Bristol is recognised as a county today.

Bristol is one of the largest cities in England, a world-renowned business centre, and a place where education and arts flourish. The Port of Bristol is a uniquely beautiful and historic attraction, testimony to Bristol's success in the trade industry. Use the links below to discover more about the county. Alternatively, try searching for a district, town or parish within Bristol.

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Welcome to City of Bristol a local part of our national directory website...

See all that’s happening locally in City of Br with our page features that include...

Local scene pictures - a free business directory for all local retailers and local trade services - sports and leisure clubs - local organisations - hotel restaurants local food producers etc...

All are promoted nationally but primarily they are focused here in City of Br and the local surounding area using the easy page menu buttons shown above... why not explore the City of Br pages to see and find out more...

In today’s spotlight - See our latest local scene pictures...

It's often said "a picture paints a thousand words” and our fascinating local scene pictures of City of Bristol can't fail to interest those of all ages with most kindly provided by local photographers... 

Why not join in yourself and upload your local scene photos for others to see!

Is your local business listed in the City of Br local business directory?

Why not look to see now...

It takes just seconds and with an astonishing 40 million UK visitors we genuinely help to promote local traders - High Street retailers - professional services and new enterprise websites on both a local and national scale - the best part is... It's completely free and super easy!

To make sure you're not missing out simply see the City of Br local business directory button found at the top of the page

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