The paw print of a cat has been found on a roof tile dating back to Roman times.
A pile of roof tiles was dug up in Berkeley Street in Gloucester in 1969 but the discovery was only made by an archaeologist in June.
The cat is thought to have snuck across the wet clay tiles in Gloucester in about AD 100. The tile in question, a tegula, was used on the roof of a building in what became the Berkeley Street area of modern Gloucester.
What a fascinating discovery. Dog paw prints, people’s boot prints and even a piglet’s trotter print have all been found on tiles from Roman Gloucester, but cat prints are very rare.
The discovery is on display at The City Museum and Art Gallery.
Five of the W=world's leading street artists are creating five different murals on the Red Point Climbing Centre in Bristol. Cosmo Sarcen is one of them and despite working 100 feet in the air he told ITV News he's not a fan of heights:
Hundreds of grafitti artists in Bristol are racing against the elements trying to finish artwork in Europe's largest street art festival. They're trying to create huge murals across the south of Bristol but have been hampered by rain. Charlotte Saker reports ...
Bristol's street art and graffiti festival 'Upfest' takes place in the city this weekend.
More than 250 artists from all over the world will be painting at nearly 30 venues throughout Bedminster & Southville.
Artists get to paint live on 30,000 square feet of surfaces with the art on display for up to 25,000 visitors.
Monday will be a special family day with extra childrens' workshops for families to create their own street art.
Martin Ron, Argentinian artist, says the street art is what he likes to call "an open sky gallery" for all to enjoy.
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Shaun in the City organisers have been forced to remove one of the statues just a week into the event after it was damaged by vandals.
Shaun on the Cob, which was in Broadmead, was removed Monday afternoon. It's not known when it will be back.
Due to damage, Shaun on the Cob in Broadmead has been temporarily removed. Ewe can still tick him off as the app code is on his plaque!
Children from primary schools across Bristol helped in the design of a new Shaun the Sheep interactive game that will promote sustainability to potential audience of millions around the world.
The Shaun in the City trail began this week. Fans of the Aardman character can see 70 sculptures across Bristol.
Sustainable Shaun is an online game for children to play over the school holidays. It'll be previewed at the weekend on the big screen at the city's Harbourside.
How many of you remember trying to master the pogo stick when you were younger? And how many of you quickly gave up?
Well one man in Bristol has actually never stopped. Jack Sexty has taken his pogo obsession to a new level - setting a new world record for the most consecutive bounces. Jonty Messer has been to meet him.
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