A number of rallies and marches are due to take place in Bristol city centre over the weekend and residents are being warned that there may be some disruption.
The 'Gays Against Sharia' rally is set to start at 2pm on Sunday 10 September. Organised by far-right groups Gays Against Sharia UK and British & Immigrants United Against Terrorism, it will take place at Temple Meads station.
A counter protest, organised by activist group Stand Up to Racism, called, 'We Oppose 'Gays Against Sharia'' is set to take place from 2pm, with another demonstration beginning at 1pm at the Water Fountains. A 'Fab Not Fasc' carnival against fascism, will also begin at 11.30am at Queen Square.