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There is plenty to enjoy at Kelham Hall this spring and summer

In the pretty village of Kelham, just outside Newark, stands Kelham Hall, a magnificent, red-brick building made up of towers and turrets and surrounded by 42 acres of landscaped gardens.…

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Get a taste of rural life at Stonebridge City Farm

Think of your typical farm and your mind will no doubt conjure up images of rolling hills, dry stone walls and country lanes. But you don’t have to venture far…

Sporting & Cultural Inspiration


Things to do this weekend, 25th – 27th April 2014

Now that Easter is becoming a distant memory, you might be thinking that it's time to get out and about and walk off all those Easter eggs consumed over the…

What legends are made of


Robin Hood secures a place in Visit England’s Hall of Fame

Fans of Robin Hood will be celebrating today after it was announced that the legendary outlaw has won a place in an open air exhibition which has been organised by Visit…...

  • Station 17 Posted on 15 April 2014

    Nottingham Station nears completion

    At the end of March, I took the walk from our office to Nottingham Station, full of excitement and anticipation ahead of what I was about to see. I’ve been fortunate enough to have been able to blog about the work on Nottingham Train Station over the past eight months, when a lot of the major work has taken place. I was a fairly regular user of the station before the changes, so I knew the layout and the feel of it inside out. Eight months on and I was about to experience what the new-look station would feel like to passengers using the site day in, day out.

  • Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem 1 - high res Posted on 14 April 2014

    Things to do this weekend, 18th – 21st April 2014

    The Easter holidays are now upon us and you might be thinking about how to keep the family entertained this weekend. But don’t worry – we have plenty of inspiration in our round-up of what’s on in Nottinghamshire this Easter weekend.

    The Two Worlds of Charlie F at the Theatre Royal

    The Two Worlds of Charlie F explores a moving story from the battlefields in Afghanistan, told through the eyes of a soldier who is struggling with pain and injury and the consequences of war on the individual. Performed by former and serving soldiers, this show delivers a powerful and emotional message to the audience, as you learn the psychological and physiological

  • Newark Castle Posted on 08 April 2014

    Ten things to do in Nottinghamshire

    With a very long list of things to do in Nottinghamshire, here is my round-up of top 10 things to do on any visit to the county.

    City of Caves: A well kept secret is that Nottingham is actually built on more than 400 man-made, sandstone caves which date back to medieval times. In fact, it has more man-made caves than anywhere else in Britain and visitors to Nottingham are always keen to discover what lies beneath. Descend far below street level and discover how the caves were used as tanneries, bomb shelters and homes from the expert guides or on an audio tour at the City of Caves attraction. 

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Ade Andrews on what the Robin Hood legend means today

There is no doubt that Robin Hood holds a fascination for people throughout the world and no-one is more aware of that than Tourism Superstar nominee Ade Andrews, who runs the Robin Hood Town Tour. Here he writes about how the legend still resonates with people today. Who was Robin Hood? The question, one of…

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    Nottingham lad who’s a proud Notts County fan, chocaholic and a lover of travelling and music.

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    Nottingham born girl who loves autumn, chocolate but hates celery!

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    Arts fan and keen runner who has been living in Nottingham for more than a decade. Loves real ale, good food, travelling and sausage dogs.

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    Born in Nottingham and has lived in the area for most of her life. Loves to travel, run and walk up hills. Proud of the fact that Nottingham’s own Paul Smith was her very first interviewee, many years ago.

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In Notts We Love To Put Our Feet Up

Put your feet up at Maluwa Holistic Therapies

When I heard Maluwa Holistic Therapies had not only opened a salon (in addition to their events business) but also had reflexology on the menu, I was over to see them in a flash. In fact my feet were so excited they couldn’t get there fast enough themselves. Now what better way to relax after…