The Bristol Pumpkin Festival has a new name and is taking over the city centre.
The event has been running for three years and is now being renamed Bristol Craft Cart.
This year’s theme is ‘Pumpkin, Crafts and Craft Cart’.
The event will be on Saturday, September 15.
The Bristol Pumpkin is a UK-wide celebration of the autumn harvest.
It features a number of special events and is held on the day before the start of Christmas.
The festival is part of Bristol’s International Pumpkin Festival.
The annual festival takes place on Friday, October 27.
Pumpkins are the largest vegetable crop in the UK and are one of the most popular food items.
There are over 1,000 pumpkin varieties available for the public to try, including the traditional pumpkin, the pumpernickel and the pumpkinside varieties.