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2018 - The Honorary Consulate of Georgia opened in Bristol

February 2018 

by Nina Bendukidze

The Honorary Consulate of Georgia in Bristol was officially opened on 18th February 2018 by HE the Georgian Ambassador in UK Tamar Beruchashvili and the The Right Honourable Lord Mayor of Bristol Councillor Lesley Alexander. 

Congratulations to the first Honorary Consul of Georgia in UK

Alderman Derek Pickup! 

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CARDIFF 18th November - Rugby: Wales v Georgia

November 2017

Wales beat a dogged Georgia 13-6 at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff in the very first meeting of the two sides. Hallam Amos scored the only try of the match in the first half for Wales. Georgia threatened to score a late try, but a nervous Wales held on for victory. Date: Saturday 18th November 2017. Attendance: 55,310.

Well done Derek and Esther!!!

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Dr. Love returns to Bristol

July 2017

by Nina Bendukidze and Alix Hughes

Europe’s largest & FREE street art and graffiti festival, Upfest, has announced its return to Bristol on 29th – 31st July 2017, bringing Europe’s largest live arts festival to the streets for a ninth year. The 2016 edition saw a record-breaking 300 artists from over 40 countries attend, painting super-sized street murals, shop front shutters and boards in more than 30 venues and locations all over Bedminster, Bristol.

Georgian street art artist Bacha whose artistic name is Dr. Love took part in the festival last year. He was very successful and was invited to take part in the UPFest 2017 as well. Dr Love on his second visit to UPFest produced an amazing and intricate stencilled mural which is behind the Tobacco Factory. Hundreds took photos of his piece and were fascinated by the detail. Dr Love has been invited by the Mayor of Tbilisi to paint a second version of this piece in Tbilisi in the autumn. The other Georgian highlight of the festival was the appearance of Tbilisi band Moku Moku on the Tobacco Factory stage. Despite initial technical problems and the longest sound check on record, the band hit their groove early into the one hour set with the crowd moving to a familiar sound of trip hop Georgian style. The festival attracted 330 invited artists and over 30,000 people attended the event in Bedminster over the three days 29-31 July.

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November 2016

by Alix Hughes and Nina Bendukidze

Delegates from the BTA attended the annual conference on Georgia in London on 3rd of November 2016. For programme, click here

The theme of the day was Healthcare in Georgia and topics ranged from the excellent progress made on eradicating Hepatitus C to the use of bacterio phages in treating a range of illnesses.

Ambassador Beruchashvili outlined how the country's Universal Healthcare system now covers 90% of the population with a basic health package.

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2016 Georgian Supra in Bristol

October 2016

Please click here to see the SUPRA invitation.

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October 2016

by Stephen Thomas

The BTA recently hosted the visit of Ambassador Tamar Beruchashvili and her Senior Counsellor, Ekaterine Kokaia to Bristol. Meetings took place at UWE where, amongst proposals for increased opportunities for both Georgian and UWE students, the Ambassador was invited to return to Bristol to deliver a public lecture on the recent history and development of the Georgian state. At a Business Round Table at Burges Salmon, the Ambassador met a range of representatives of the business community and explored new possibilities for further links.

Meetings were also arranged at Bristol University and at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery. The Ambassador visited the Warrior Treasures exhibition and discussed cultural links with representatives of the Museum.

At a meeting with the Mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees, the Ambassador said that she hoped a street or square in the city could be named in honour of our twinning link with the City of Tbilisi. The importance of developing stronger business links between Bristol and Tbilisi was strongly emphasised.

On the second day of the visit the BTA led the Ambassador on a conducted tour of the city and, in the evening, welcomed her to the BTA Supra which was attended by over 70 guests including the Lord Mayor and the Italian and Romanian consuls 

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A summer BBQ at the Bishopsworth Manor House

August 2016

by Nina Bendukidze

A summer BBQ for the BTA members was organised at the Bishopsworth Manor House this year.  Weather broadcast for that day was not very promising: heavy showers, gusty wind, temperature drop. However the event took place and we were not dissapointed. Derek and Esther Pickup have bought an Urban Shelter, so we were kept dry.
Khachapuri (Georgian Cheese Bread) baked by Esther, BBQ meat with vegetarian option, salad, rhubarb crumble with a vanila custard from Nina Bendukidze, the Georgian wine served by Bev and Colin Evans and cosy atmosphere made up for it. Above all we were lucky to have a tour of the Manor House. The proud owner of the house, former Lord Mayor of Bristol Royston Alan Griffeyand, was our host and guide.
Such a beautiful day!

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