Bristol City Council executives have once again taken the tough decision to not yet make a decision on the building of the long-awaited Bristol Arena.
After considering building the arena in Bristol, and then considering building the arena somewhere else, a third option is now being considered: to build it somewhere else.
“Out of the kindness of her heart, national treasure Carol Vorderman has offered to build a 10-seater arena in her garden,” a spokesman for the Bristol City Council announced at a press conference today.
It is understood that there is a suitable shed at the back of the TV Presenter’s garden in which the arena can be located. The location already has a double garage on site with adequate parking for upwards of one cars, and for those who do not drive, there is room for a small helipad.
All concert goers will be required to buy cakes from Carol’s on site kitchen (for a small fee). Carol has also asked for a £100m investment in the infrastructure surrounding her house and garden. However the Council believes this is a reasonable trade-off when you consider how important adequate parking is to Bristolians.