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Discover the Nottinghamshire hidden beneath our feet

The Royal Geographical Society have chosen Nottingham's cave network as one of their Great British landscape highlights on their national 'Discovering Britain' walking trial. Nottinghamshire's Caves have been a big part of…

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Alternative Green Spaces in Nottinghamshire

With sixteen different gardens in Lord Byron's ancestral home, a well-manicured Arboretum in the city centre and the thousand acres of rolling countryside that make up Thoresby Park,  we certainly aren't short…

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Bank Holiday Fun in Newark & Sherwood

Spring Bank Holiday is nearly upon us and there are lots of exciting events taking place in the historic Newark & Sherwood area of Nottinghamshire. Newark Newark Castle King John…

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Robin Hood Film – Rumour Round-Up

We always love to keep up to date with rumblings in the world of Robin Hood, and with the last major Hollywood venture into Sherwood Forest coming with Ridley Scott's…...

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    Trying out the great British menu at George’s

    Having eaten George’s delicious takeaway food before, I was told by friends that I needed to get myself booked into the restaurant as I would be overwhelmed by the choice available.

    Our delicious tapas

    I knew that George’s had recently re-branded to highlight their yummy great British menu, and that they’d introduced a British tapas option, so there seemed like no better time to go. Booking is really important – this place is sooo popular, and you’d hate to get to the door and be told that there’s a waiting time.

    Sipping a chilled Kir Royale at the bar, surrounded by stunning high ceilings, glistening chandeliers and seaside beach huts (you can

  • Luminarium Posted on 18 May 2016

    Q & A with Architects of Air Artistic Director Alan Parkinson

    Architects of Air have been creating spectacular pneumatic structures from their Nottingham workshop for over three decades. We got a sneak peak inside the latest Luminarium, Katena, ahead of Whee! The International Children’s Theatre and Dance Festival at Lakeside Arts, where the public will be able to explore inside the brand new Luminarium. We spoke to founder and artistic director Alan Parkinson to find out more about the company and how they create such a unique experience.

    The Luminaria have toured all over the world but Architects of Air is still based here in Nottingham. Does the city make a good home for the company?

    Nottingham has been the only home of

  • Glee Club Nottingham review Posted on 17 May 2016

    Canalside Chuckles at the Glee Club Nottingham

    After a long week, a trip to the Glee Club Nottingham seemed like the perfect way to start the weekend, promising food, fun and plenty of laughs of a Friday evening.

    Located an easy walk from Nottingham’s railway station, on the banks of the canal, this well respected comedy and music hub is nestled inside the spacious interior of the former British Waterways Building – meaning there’s plenty of room inside to spread out and grab a drink or a bite to eat, before the main entertainment gets going.

    I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect from the actual comedy. My only previous experience of this type of event was a grubby,

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Alternative Green Spaces in Nottinghamshire

With sixteen different gardens in Lord Byron’s ancestral home, a well-manicured Arboretum in the city centre and the thousand acres of rolling countryside that make up Thoresby Park,  we certainly aren’t short of beautiful gardens and landscapes here in Nottinghamshire. To get into the spirit of Visit England’s celebration of the English Garden, we’ve been digging a little…

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  • Erin

    Australian now calling Nottingham home. Piano playing, cake making, bicycle riding lady who loves travel.

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    A very lucky marketeer in her dream job. Passionate about all things Nottinghamshire and firmly believes if you work really hard and are kind, amazing things will happen!

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    Addicted to music and learning languages. Loves reading, gardening, travelling and everything new media related.

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    Originally from Preston – but now calling Nottingham home – Alistair’s a St Helens rugby league fan who loves travel and music.

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Find your competitive side at Langar Karting and Quad Centre

Myself and my colleague Alistair recently spent an afternoon at Langar Karting and Quad Centre to see what visitors can do, and test our own skills in a series of activities. Here’s what we both thought of it: Tom I was really excited to be visiting Langar Karting and Quad Centre to have a go…