Bristol based artist Luke Jerram has unveiled his vision for a giant water slide down Park Street in the centre of the city. The street would be closed to traffic allowing for a 90m long slide. It would be free for the public to use.
The event called 'Park and Slide' is planned for May 4th and will be presented as part of Bristol City Council’s ‘Make Sundays Special’ programme. It's estimated the event would cost a little over £5500.
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