Posts Tagged ‘Cribbs Causeway’

Police cadets help out at The Mall’s Olly Murs concert

Posted on Tuesday 15th November 2011 at 8:27 am by SH (Editor)

South Gloucestershire Volunteer Police Cadets at The Mall

Police worked with The Mall at Cribbs Causeway to make sure an open-air concert for more than 6,000 people was a success.

The Olly Murs concert to mark the Christmas lights being switched on at the South Gloucestershire shopping complex was the first ever hosted at the venue.

A police operation was put into place to ensure the safety of the thousands of mainly young fans who came to the event, and minimise disruption for local people and businesses.

Chief Inspector Peter Warren, in charge of policing at the event, said:

“This was a great opportunity for officers to engage with young people, and obviously any event with that number of people attending requires the support of emergency services. The Mall and the promoters worked together with the police and the event was carefully planned with appropriate private security in place.”

“A few people in the audience needed attention from the medics on standby after feeling faint, but we did not experience any crime, disorder or traffic problems.”

“The event was also the first public duty for a group of the Avon and Somerset Volunteer Police Cadets, who used the opportunity to hand out street safety leaflets to shoppers and concert-goers.”

More: Police cadets engage with young concert goers »

Source: Avon and Somerset Police

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Coming soon: Bristol Fashion Week at The Mall, Cribbs Causeway

Posted on Sunday 11th September 2011 at 9:02 pm by SH (Editor)

Bristol Fashion Week at The Mall – 21st to 25th September 2011

Bristol Fashion Week at The Mall, Cribbs Causeway, Bristol

For inspiration on the key pieces to add to your wardrobe this autumn, visit Bristol Fashion Week at The Mall at Cribbs Causeway.   With 18 catwalk fashion shows, free beauty treatments, fashion giveaways and discounts, it’s a great way to see the new Autumn collections and experience some of the best shopping in Bristol.

TV fashion stylist Mark Heyes and celebrity hairdresser Andrew Barton will host the hour long fashion shows which  feature all the best pieces from the Autumn collections and guide you through the new trends.

Fashion show tickets cost £8.95, or £13.95 for front row seats, and are available from the Bristol Fashion Show 2011 webpage or The Mall’s information desk.

Tickets include pre-show refreshments from Marks & Spencer, a goody bag, discount vouchers for stores in The Mall and entry into a free prize draw to win one of 18 Aspinal handbags worth over £395, courtesy of John Lewis.

At the ‘Beauty Zone’, inside The Mall,  you can enjoy free mini-manicures, massages, cosmetic makeovers, fish pedicures and eyebrow threading as well as advice on colours that best suit you and personal styling.

Bristol Fashion Week is supported by John Lewis and Marks & Spencer.

More information from The Mall at Cribbs Causeway (tel: 0117 903 0303).

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Royal Wedding to be shown on The Mall’s big screen

Posted on Tuesday 26th April 2011 at 8:26 am by SH (Editor)

Royal Wedding: William and Kate

Shoppers at The Mall, Cribbs Causeway, will be able to watch the Royal Wedding on a big screen in the café and restaurant area of the complex.

The Mall will be open from 10am until 6pm on Bank Holiday Friday 29th April.

Opening hours of some shops may vary.

The John Lewis and Marks & Spencer stores will open from 1pm.

Related link: The Mall’s opening times

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Fish for chicks and win Easter treats at The Mall

Posted on Wednesday 20th April 2011 at 8:29 am by SH (Editor)

The Mall at Cribbs Causeway

The Mall, Cribbs Causeway, is raising money for local charities over the Easter 2011 weekend by filling its fountain pool  with colourful plastic chicks.

For a £1 donation to the shopping centre’s Fountain Fund, children can try to hook a chick from the pool. If they hook a chick with a winning number on the bottom, they will receive a voucher to collect a chocolate treat from the Thorntons store.

The Mall established The Fountain Charity Fund in March 2003. Administered by the Quartet Community Foundation, it provides grants to charitable organisations within a 25 mile radius of The Mall. Money thrown into The Mall’s fountain by shoppers – around £10,000 a year – provides the bulk of money in the Fountain Fund. The Fund is also be supplemented with proceeds from a range of fund-raising activities that take place at the centre.

Read on for opening times of The Mall over the Easter 2011 weekend »

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