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Treat Mum to a Nottinghamshire break

Mother’s Day will soon be here (15 March), and it’s your chance to whisk Mum away and treat her to a day (or even a break) to remember! Plan a…

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Spotlight on . . . Snowdrops at Hodsock Priory

It was a crisp sunny day in February when we visited Hodsock Priory, a beautiful historic gem in Worksop, to see the launch of its perennially popular Snowsdrops at Hodsock event.  [caption…

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Things to do this weekend, 27th February – 1st March 2015

We say goodbye to February and hello to March this weekend - and there are already signs of spring blooming across Nottinghamshire.  The change in seasons brings with it a change in…

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The Major Oak needs your help to be crowned European Tree of the Year 2015

Photo credit- Phil Lockwood Photography

Could the Major Oak become European Tree of the Year?

Many of you will know that since my last blog, the Major Oak has successfully been awarded the accolade of England’s Tree of the Year. It is incredible news for our…...

  • Posh2 Posted on 18 February 2015

    I predict a riot . . . Posh is a must see at Nottingham Playhouse

    Theatre and comedy lovers in Nottingham right now should see the hilariously brilliant Posh at Nottingham Playhouse before it leaves town on 28th February.

    Written by Laura Wade, this satirical play follows the antics of the notorious Riot Club – or Ryatt Club as we later learn – and gives us a glimpse of what happens behind the walls of the quarterly private dining parties of these wealthy students. There’s drunken debauchery aplenty as well as  shockingly hilarious tales – and you can almost feel the testosterone bouncing off the walls. As the play unfolds it’s not long before you find yourself swaying from laughing along with them to laughing at them.

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  • Revolution Posted on 17 February 2015

    Revolution Hockley opens with a brand new look

    Retro style furniture and décor, cocktail-making and a brand menu are just some of the things you can look forward to at the newly-refurbished Revolution Hockley.

    Located in possibly the hippest neighbourhoods in the city, Revolution Hockley has something for everyone, whether you are planning a relaxed lunch or after-work drinks with friends or want to dance late into the night.

    The makeover took just one week to complete and the bar is now open for business once again. In keeping with the area’s vintage clothes shops and cafes, Revolution Hockley now has a distinctly bohemian feel. Natural materials such as wood and leather form part of the new décor and the large venue has

  • Chinese New Year 2015 2 Posted on 16 February 2015

    Things to do this weekend, 20th – 22nd February 2015

    We have yet more exciting events for you this weekend as February proves to be the month that just keeps on giving. From frights and shocks at one of the county’s finest museums, to cultural celebrations and live entertainment, we have it all for you in one neatly wrapped Nottinghamshire package. For more information on events happening this weekend, check in with us on Facebook and Twitter.

    Ghost Tours at The Galleries of Justice Museum

    You don’t have to wait for Halloween to get a fright in Nottingham. The Galleries of Justice Museum’s Ghost Tours run all year round and are fantastic for those who loves things that go bump

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The Major Oak needs your help to be crowned European Tree of the Year 2015

Photo credit- Phil Lockwood Photography

Could the Major Oak become European Tree of the Year?

Many of you will know that since my last blog, the Major Oak has successfully been awarded the accolade of England’s Tree of the Year. It is incredible news for our famous veteran oak, which dates back over 500-years and is inextricably linked to the legend of Robin Hood. Now the Major Oak needs your vote once again. The next big…

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Introducing Yoga I Am . . .

I’ve recently been to meet the newest member of Experience Nottinghamshire, Shakti Shira Bassi, at her new wellness retreat centre called Yoga I Am in Nottingham’s Creative Quarter. Warmth surrounds you the minute you walk through a somewhat hidden door at Yoga I Am, a lovely surprise in a fairly commercial area of the city….