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Shambles sells health s upplements and vitamins, whileTe Grape Tre e in Fri ary Walk sells a wide range of nat ural whole foods and superfoods, including its o wn 100% Organic rang e.Holland and Barret t, inMealcheapen Street, sells top quality health foods, including Manuka honey.


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Wednesday nights to take p art in their Open Mic night and enjoy a pin t or g et toTe Old Pheasant onNew Stre et on the second Tursday


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Soak up the sun w ith a drink in h and atDiglis House Hot el on the riverside and enjo y the same


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onNorth Parade has a be autiful and secluded garden, and sometimes y ou’ll even find a pop-up cocktail bar outside!


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bars:Ke ystones Cocktail Club on Copenhagen Street offers


an extensive range of unique coc ktails that are a must to try, especi ally when they’re served out of a mini bath tub or a skull! For the wine aficion ados, the tasting mac hine at B ottles Wine Bar onNew Street is a perfect night out.


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the banks of the Severn, it has a lov ely paved area which is a fantastic me eting place for families during the day, where the children can enjoy an ice cr eam and play in


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Feast St crea tions at Cathe dral Square on the first Tursday of


every month over the Summer. Fo odies will be treated with street food fav Patty Freaks, Fat Snags and Ur ban Cheesecake, as well as local favour it es G&Te a, Chest ers and Tonic Bar.


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tea at Centenary Lounge at Te Cross, or enjo y delicious Valerie on Bro ad


Street. Chocoholics should he ad to the Chocolate Del i,New Stre et, for their cocoa fix, or for a romantic lunch picnic- style, stroll dow n to Friar Street Kitch en.


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for late ni ght drinks. For an ev ening of delectable Mediterranean food and wine, visitTe Olive Bran ch on Church Street .


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Pitchcr ft, or wear your bes t summer dresses for a day at New Road.


offers women the perfect opportunity to get dressed up. Don a be autiful hat or fascinator and enjoy a gl ass of champa gne for Ladies Day oft


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the perfect destination for a yoga clas s with friends, followed by a delicious brunch.


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