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Curry delight at The Cumin restaurant

  Our beautiful city is famous for its very own curry lane – Maid Marian Way is the street where many of Nottingham’s Indian restaurants are located, and where any…

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Enjoy the luscious greenery of Attenborough Nature Reserve this summer

It's a haven tucked away in the charming village of Attenborough, a stone's throw from Beeston and close enough to Nottingham that it's within comfortable driving distance or a short…

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Things to do this weekend, 31st July – 2nd August 2015

Another month is ticked off the calendar this weekend as we venture from July into August. The summer events just keep on coming, with festivals, open days and the chance…

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Four Hollywood studios plan new Robin Hood films

It's the news legions of Robin Hood fans around the world have been waiting for . . . no less than four major Hollywood studios have announced that they are planning…...

  • deaftennis Posted on 20 July 2015

    Things to do this weekend, 25th – 26th July 2015

    We’ve got another action-packed week of events and entertainment for you right here in Nottinghamshire. Whether you want to dress up and experience the ‘wartime spirit,’ during the Victory Days celebration at Newark Air Museum, or raise money for charity by taking the plunge at an open water swimming event, there’s something for every taste. Nottingham will also break new ground this week as the first ever World Deaf Tennis Championships take place, while motor-heads will love the rip-roaring action of the British Truck Championships. Stay bang up to date with these events, and everything else happening in Nottinghamshire, by following us on Twitter and Facebook.

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    Wheelchair Tennis Stars Light Up Nottingham

    Following hot on the heels of the Aegon Open Nottingham, the crème de la crème of wheelchair tennis took to Nottingham’s courts this week, as the British Open got into full swing.

    I went along to catch the quarter finals, which took place on a sunny Thursday afternoon at the Nottingham Tennis Centre.

    It quickly became apparent, as I flicked through my programme, and wandered around the humming courts, how high the stakes were – with committed gasps, grunts and cheers punctuating the air all around.

    I took a seat for one of the day’s headline matchups, which pitted Britain’s double Wimbledon Champion and world no. 6 – Jordanne Whiley MBE – against Germany’s former World

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    Reinventing the British Classic

    The nation’s love for a good old British ‘Chippy’ is undeniable, spanning across generations and playing a part in many fond childhood memories. However, new Award Winning Restaurant: George’s Fish and Chip Kitchen, is striving to change the way we see this dinner time staple, putting a modern and stylish twist on the much loved dish. With the brand being founded in the 1980s, the restaurant owners’ 25 years of fish and chip tasting has led them open this unique offering in Nottingham, ensuring the restaurant is unlike anywhere else in the city and providing a fresh take on the British classic.

    Enjoy your traditional fish and chips in
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Fun and Games at the National Videogame Arcade

I’m the first to admit that my knowledge of gaming is limited to playing the BBC game Chuckie Egg and good old Pacman in the ‘80s as a child and more recently playing games on the Playstation (very badly) with my two boys. So I was a little worried that our recent visit to the…