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Welcome to Bristol Nights * Welcome to Bristol Nights *

Welcome to Bristol Nights * Welcome to Bristol Nights *

At the heart of supporting Bristol’s nightlife. Bristol Nights is a partnership project from Bristol City Council. Our purpose is to champion the city at night, and everyone who works from 6pm-6am.

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Campaigns * Campaigns * Campaigns * Campaigns *

Campaigns * Campaigns * Campaigns * Campaigns *

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Bristol Nights Women's Safety Charter

Life in Bristol goes on beyond daylight hours, with many of us working, socialising and enjoying the city at night. And yet we know that being out at night can induce anxiety for many people.

Make a commitment to safety and help make Bristol a place where everyone feels comfortable and free from harassment or discrimination.

Women's Safety Charter
Test Now

stop spiking

Venues across Bristol have signed up to support the city-wide partnership against drink spiking, empowering our after-dark workforce with the tools and training to stand against the perpetrators of drink spiking. Bristol Nights is enhancing safety procedures across the city and working together with the Police to catch those intent on tampering with drinks.

Stop spiking campaign
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Bristol RULES

The six Bristol Rules raise safety awareness among those enjoying Bristol’s nightlife by offering insights into drugs and alcohol harm reduction, women’s safety, looking out for your friends, river safety and stopping harassment.

Bristol Rules campaign
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Bristol Nights is taking a pioneering, public health approach to embed Harm Reduction into the heart of our night time economy. We believe in practical, judgement-free solutions to lower the risks surrounding drugs and alcohol. This unified approach prioritises safety for audiences with one joined-up strategy for the city.

Harm reduction campaign
Thrive at night


Thrive at Night provides mental health and wellbeing support to Night Time Economy workforce in Bristol, through resources, training, peer support and trauma response support sessions.

thrive at night campaign

About Bristol Nights

Bristol Nights is at the heart of supporting Bristol’s night time economy. This incorporates all businesses who operate between 6pm-6am, employing over 116,000 people, or 41% of Bristol's jobs.

About us

Carly Heath

Night Time Economy Advisor

Carly Heath is Bristol's first Night Time Economy Advisor championing the businesses, workers and audiences who enjoy the city from 6pm - 6am

Carley Heath