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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…



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Things to do this weekend, 27th – 29th November 2015

The lights are on, and the Christmas tree in Old Market Square is standing proud, signalling the start of the festive season for us, here in Nottinghamshire. With Christmas lights…



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Festive bakes at the Welbeck Christmas Art & Food Market

This weekend the Christmas Art & Food Market takes place at the Welbeck Estate in north Nottinghamshire. Emma Hall from Welbeck Bakehouse is our guest blogger today, for an insight…



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Unearth Nottingham’s Hidden History with New Cave App & Trail

They’ve been used as shelter from falling bombs, housing extensions, and secret passageways over the years, now - for the first time ever – a new app gives you the…...



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    Top 5 Christmas events in Nottinghamshire

    This year Christmas in Nottinghamshire comes with a host of events and festivities that you simply can’t miss.  Dress in the holiday style, feel the refreshing winter air in your lungs and don’t miss out on special events that are happening all over the county. Below you’ll find my top five events to enjoy this winter season.

    Garden of fire

    Celebrate Christmas with an exclusive event at Clumber Park’s walled garden. Experience stunning sights of this elemental force and make it a night to remember for you and your family. Follow the trail that will lead you on a path of discovery past dazzling fire sculptures, sparkling lanterns and much more.

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    Can our team manage the great escape at Nottingham’s Escapologic?

    Some of our team recently paid a visit to one of Nottingham’s most exciting new attractions where the name of the game is simple – escape, or should we say Escapologic! This testing challenge of wits invites visitors to take on one of their rooms in an hour to see if they’re up to the challenge of escaping. How did they get on I hear you ask? Well here’s Claire to shed some light on the teams along with their highs and lows from the night.

    It was a cold and wet autumn night when we arrived at Escapologic soaked to the skin. Simon, the owner and task master, was

  • LambShoulder&Redcurrants - LP.38 (2).mar2014 Posted on 17 November 2015

    Eat, drink and be merry at Ye Olde Bell Hotel & Restaurant

    Just a few minutes from the A1 in north Nottinghamshire, you’ll find award-winning hotel Ye Olde Bell, which has recently also been awarded an AA Rosette in recognition of its fantastic dining offer.

    With a restaurant, bistro and bars onsite, complete with open fires which are ideal for this time of year, Ye Olde Bell offers all day dining, afternoon teas and fine meals perfect for special occasions.

    Richard Allen is the Restaurant & Bistro Head Chef, and it is his passion for fresh local produce and memorable dining experiences which has enabled the hotel to secure its new Rosette award, although Richard is quick to stress this doesn’t mean the

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We Won – Nottingham is Officially England’s Home of Sport!

It’s official… Nottingham is England’s Home of Sport! Following months of campaigning, VisitEngland has announced the winner of its quest to find the nation’s sporting capital – and amazingly, Nottingham has taken the prize, fighting off competition from Manchester, Yorkshire, Gloucestershire, Rugby and London. We’re already known across the globe as the home of Robin…

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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…