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Bike to the Future…Inn

Written by Future Inn Cardiff Guest Blogger Simon Nurse, General Manager, Odoni-Elwell There can be few cities as perfectly positioned for cycling. The city is well connected with major arterial roads that flow East to the big urban conurbations of Bristol and London, West to Swansea, the Gower peninsula and the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline and […]

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Future Inns Presents our Top Tips for the Half Marathon

Competing in the Plymouth Half Marathon? It doesn’t matter whether you’ve been training for weeks, or you’re relying on sheer luck to see you through to the finish line. There’s always one little part of race-day prep that affects every half-marathon hopeful, whether you’re an Olympic athlete or not and that is ….What you do […]

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Say ‘I love you Mum’ with a hotel city experience

Celebrating Mothering Sunday is one of the most special days to honour the best mum in the world. Whilst the origins of the day are unclear, it’s now synonymous with celebrating the lovely mother figures in our lives, by giving them cards and presents. But according to custom, the origins of the day were less […]

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Future Inn Leeks Facts about Daffodils on St David’s Day

From Scotland with its thistle, to Canada with its maple leaf, most countries seem content with one national emblem. But Welsh people are wonderfully spoilt with not one, but a duo of national symbols. One, the leek, is full of nutritional goodness and the other, the Welsh National Flower, is to be admired for its […]

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The man who makes jazz click with Kasabian

He’s played with some of the world’s best-known artists, and is also to be heard on many a film soundtrack. Now he’s coming back to Future Inns on Thursday 26 January. Each Thursday night, Future Inns Bristol, hosts live acts from around the world in its purpose-built jazz club at the The Chophouse Restaurant. The […]

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3 ways to relax this Christmas with Future Inns

Christmas; that time of year when between the metres of wrapping, cooking, cleaning, and entertaining we can all too easily forget that it’s a national holiday and a chance to relax. If the thought of another hectic Christmas has you repeating Scrooge-like sentiments, then this could be the year may require some thinking outside the […]

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What’s On This Week Starting 2nd June 2014

This week edition features Sports Park, music, festival, musical, exhibitions, D-Day service and more! Intrigued? Read on for some great things to do this week in Bristol, Cardiff or Plymouth! What’s On In Bristol   The Queen’s Baton Relay What: The Queen’s Baton Relay is a much loved tradition of the Commonwealth Games and symbolises […]

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What’s On This Week Starting 26th May 2014

This week edition features Wallace & Gromit, Air Show, music fest, Charlie Dimmock, opera, play, history and more! Intrigued? Read on for some great things to do this week in Bristol, Cardiff or Plymouth! What’s On In Bristol   Exhibition: Wallace & Gromit from the drawing board What: Immerse yourself in the story-making process of […]

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What’s On This Week Starting 19th May 2014

This week edition features sand sculptures, Mayfest, ballet, concert, opera, play and more! Intrigued? Read on for some great things to do this week in Bristol, Cardiff or Plymouth! What’s On In Bristol   Weston Sand Sculpture Festival 2014 What: Weston’s popular festival will return for 2014 with a magical twist. Twenty of the world’s […]

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What’s On This Week starting 12th May 2014

This week edition features comedy magic shows, exhibitions, plays, WWE, Picnics, musical, dance performances, parks and more! Intrigued? Read on for some great things to do this week in Bristol, Cardiff or Plymouth! What’s On In Bristol   The Power of the Sea at the RWA What: This significant exhibition demonstrates the contrasts and continuities […]

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