Ashton Court near Bristol plays host to a two-day disc golf tournament this weekend. Also known as Frisbee golf, the aim is to hit a metal basket. Competitors use a variety of discs depending on distance and the type of shot required.
The contest marks the middle of the British Disc Golf Association tour, while the venue is a recently-completed 18-hole course in the woods next to Balloon Field. The event's been organised by the Bristol Aces Disc Golf Club. More details here .
Last day to have your say on future of Ashton Court
Today is the last chance to give your views on the future of Ashton Court Mansion on the edge of Bristol.
Bristol City Council is looking for ideas to attract new investment into the Grade One listed building. It dates back 400 years and is in need of restoration. A month-long public consultation closes today.
People asked about the future of Ashton Court Mansion
Public consultation is starting on the future of Ashton Court Mansion. Owners Bristol City Council are looking for innovative ideas to help secure the future of the dilapidated Grade One listed house. It's currently used as a venue for weddings, conference and other events.
Millions are needed for repairs - so what's the future for Ashton Court mansion?
It's one of Bristol's best-loved landmarks, but it needs millions of pounds for essential repairs. Large parts of Ashton Court mansion, on the southern edge of the city, are disused and virtually derelict.
Now the city council has commissioned a survey to find out what should happen to it - which could even include converting part of it into upmarket apartments.
It's been a perfect autumn day for the return of a Bristol music festival to its spiritual roots. Brisfest is back at Ashton Court for the first time since its predecessor collapsed five years ago. Since then organisers have staged the event on the harbourside. Tanya Mercer reports