Cabot Ward

Cabot Ward, Colston Avenue, Old City, City Centre, Bristol, City of Bristol, South West England, England, BS1 4TR, United Kingdom
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XMOS (Q64698)

XMOS is a fabless semiconductor company that develops voice solutions, audio products, and multicore microcontrollers capable of concurrently executing real-time tasks, DSP, and control flow. XMOS microcontrollers are distinguished by their deterministic (predictable) behavior.

Graphcore (Q38251361)

Graphcore is a semiconductor company that develops accelerators for AI and machine learning. It aims to make a massively parallel Intelligence Processing Unit (IPU) that holds the complete machine learning model inside the processor.

Young Bristol (Q55099297)

Young Bristol is a charity in Bristol, England providing activities for young people in the city.

17 King Street, Bristol (Q4553541)

17 King Street is a historic building situated on King Street in the English city of Bristol. Along with the adjacent 18 King Street, it houses a public house called The Famous Royal Naval Volunteer.

Everard's Printing Works (Q5470087)

The Former Everard's Printing Works (grid reference ST588730) is at 37-38 Broad Street in Bristol, England. It has been designated as a Grade II* listed building.

Merchant Venturers Almshouses (Q6818409)

Merchant Venturers Almshouses (grid reference ST587727) is a historic building on King Street, Bristol, England. It has been designated as a Grade II* listed building.

St Nicholas' Almshouses (Q15979456)

St Nicholas' Almshouses (grid reference ST587727) is a historic building on King Street, Bristol, England.

Queen Victoria Statue (Q7270543)

The statue of Queen Victoria by Joseph Edgar Boehm stands on College Green, Bristol, England. It is Grade II listed.

Whitefield's Tabernacle, Bristol (Q7995849)

Whitefield's Tabernacle, a church in Penn Street, Bristol, opened in 1753 for the followers of George Whitefield.

Christ Church with St Ewen (Q5108837)

Christ Church with St Ewen (grid reference ST588730) is a Church of England parish church in Broad Street, Bristol, England.

Lewin's Mead Unitarian meeting house (Q6536176)

Lewin's Mead Unitarian meeting house is a former Unitarian Chapel built in 1788–1791 on Lewin's Mead in Bristol, England.

Quakers Friars (Q7268584)

Quakers Friars (grid reference ST592733) is a historic building in Broadmead, Bristol, England.

Sack Friary, Bristol (Q7396801)

Sack Friary, Bristol was a friary in Bristol, England. It was established in 1266 and dissolved in 1286.

St James' Presbyterian Church of England, Bristol (Q7593459)

St James' Presbyterian Church (also known as Welsh Congregational Church) was a church in The Haymarket, St James, Bristol, England.

River Frome (Q2155471)

The River Frome , historically the River Froom, is a river in South Gloucestershire and Bristol, England. It is approximately 20 miles (32 km) long, rises in Dodington Park, South Gloucestershire, and flows in a south westerly direction through Bristol, joining the former course of the river Avon in Bristol's Floating Harbour. The mean flow at Frenchay is 60 cubic feet per second (1.7 m3/s) The name Frome is shared with several other rivers in South West England and means 'fair, fine, brisk’. The river is familiarly known in east Bristol as the Danny.

Cheese Lane Shot Tower (Q19654779)

The Cheese Lane Shot Tower is a grade II listed shot tower in the English city of Bristol. It was built in 1969, and was a replacement for an earlier shot tower, the very first such tower ever built. It now forms part of an office development called Vertigo, and is located on the north bank of the Floating Harbour upstream of Castle Park. There is no public access to the interior of the tower.

Redcliffe Shot Tower (Q19820534)

The Redcliffe Shot Tower was a historic shot tower in the English city of Bristol. It was the progenitor of many similar towers built around the world. The tower stood at the corner of Redcliffe Hill and Redcliffe Parade, in the suburb of Redcliffe, between the years of 1782 and 1968.

Bristol city centre (Q4969110)

Bristol city centre is the commercial, cultural and business centre of Bristol, England. It is the area north of the New Cut of the River Avon, bounded by Clifton Wood and Clifton to the north-west, Kingsdown and Cotham to the north, and St Pauls, Lawrence Hill and St Phillip's Marsh to the east. The Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, the BBC, the main campus of the University of Bristol, the Crown and Magistrate's Courts, Temple Meads railway station, Bristol bus station, the Park Street, Broadmead and Cabot Circus shopping areas together with numerous music venues, theatres and restaurants are located in this area. The area consists of the council wards of Central, Hotwells & Harbourside, and part of Lawrence Hill.

7 and 8 King Street, Bristol (Q4643904)

7 and 8 King Street are a pair of historic houses situated on King Street in Bristol, England.

Old Post Office, Bristol (Q7084761)

The Old Post Office (grid reference ST587729) is a historic building at 48 Corn Street in Bristol, England.

Academy Cinema (Q4671345)

The Academy Cinema (grid reference ST590744) is a historic building on Cheltenham Road in the Stokes Croft area of Bristol, England. Since its construction in 1914 it has been used for many purposes. It is a Grade II listed building.

University of Bristol Dental Hospital (Q22909562)

The University of Bristol Dental Hospital is a specialist hospital for dental treatment in Bristol, England. It operates in conjunction with the University of Bristol Dental School. The Bristol Eye Hospital is adjacent, and the Bristol Royal Infirmary nearby. It is managed by the University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust.

Bristol Archives (Q16953828)

Bristol Archives (formerly Bristol Record Office) was established in 1924. It was the first borough record office in the United Kingdom, since at that time there was only one other local authority record office (Bedfordshire) in existence. It looks after the official archives of the City of Bristol, besides collecting and preserving many other records relating to the city and surrounding area for current and future generations to consult. It moved from the Council House to newly converted premises in the former B Bond Warehouse in 1992. The office is formally recognised by the Lord Chancellor for holding public records, and it acts as a diocesan record office for the Diocese of Bristol.