We respect those with authority unconditionally, when even they sweep the messy things under the rug. Out of site, out of mind.

Council paints over street artist Banksy's graffiti - worth millions!

We respect those with authority unconditionally, when even they sweep the messy things under the rug. Out of site, out of mind.

Street art – repinned by Tempo Pilates, the way creative people sweat! www.tempopilates.com

Street art – repinned by Tempo Pilates, the way creative people sweat! www.tempopilates.com

This Bristol Banksy gem is even more poignant this year :( Come and cheers yourselves with some westcountry silliness at www.westcountrygames.co.uk

Banksy draws the Queen as Ziggy Stardust

This Bristol Banksy gem is even more poignant this year :( Come and cheers yourselves with some westcountry silliness at www.westcountrygames.co.uk

Built as a flagship department store in Bristol for Lewis's after the war.

Built as a flagship department store in Bristol for Lewis's after the war.

Dormy House - Cotswolds, United Kingdom. This boutique hotel in the Cotswolds, by honey-hued Broadway village – is a 17th-century farmhouse given a 21st-century twist by Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons’ interior-design talents, Todhunter Earle.

Dormy House - Cotswolds, United Kingdom. This boutique hotel in the Cotswolds, by honey-hued Broadway village – is a 17th-century farmhouse given a 21st-century twist by Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons’ interior-design talents, Todhunter Earle.

The Bristol Old Vic is the longest continuously-running theatre in the UK. The Theatre Royal, the oldest continually-operating theatre in England, was built during 1764–66 on King Street in Bristol. The Coopers' Hall, built 1743–44, was incorporated as the theatre's foyer during 1970–72. Together, they are designated a Grade I listed building by English Heritage.

The Bristol Old Vic is the longest continuously-running theatre in the UK. The Theatre Royal, the oldest continually-operating theatre in England, was built during 1764–66 on King Street in Bristol. The Coopers' Hall, built 1743–44, was incorporated as the theatre's foyer during 1970–72. Together, they are designated a Grade I listed building by English Heritage.

Bristol Hippodrome venue photo

Bristol Hippodrome venue photo

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