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Listen: Bristol Unpacked with the city’s ‘night Tzar’ Carly Heath on sexual entertainment, drugs on the dancefloor and the recovery of a bruised sector

After a long stint working in Bristol’s nightlife, in March Carly Heath was appointed by the council as Bristol’s first ever Night-time Economy Advisor.

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Neil Maggs

After a long stint working in Bristol’s nightlife, in March Carly Heath was appointed by the council as Bristol’s first ever Night-time Economy Advisor. Carly is charged with supporting a battered industry recover from the pandemic and for improving the vibrancy and safety of Bristol’s nightlife for all. Neil and Carly cover the raging debate on sexual entertainment venues, drugs testing and a new set of ‘Bristol Rules’ to make the dancefloor safe and fun for everyone.

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