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Book affordable luxury at Nottingham’s new Roomzzz Aparthotel

When searching for accommodation for a city break, most people look for something that's comfortable with good facilities, is in a good location and is affordable. You rarely want to spend…

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Crowds line the streets of Nottingham for the Milk Race

Whoosh! A split second and they were off. The elite women’s race had begun. Crowds of people lined the streets of Nottingham yesterday to watch some of the country’s best…

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Half term skating is here and there is a family pass up for grabs

Half-term is on its way and we can't promise you good weather but we can guarantee an exciting programme of events at the National Ice Centre in Nottingham. Some of the…

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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…...

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    Things to do around Sherwood Forest this Bank Holiday weekend

    In today’s guest blog, Debbie Hibbert from the Rufford Tourist Information Centre tells us what’s on in and around Sherwood Forest this bank holiday. 

    This weekend, there are plenty of events and activities to keep all the family amused, from Fireman Sam visiting White Post Farm on Saturday, to Open Studios where you can see crafts people demonstrating their art.  And of course, no Bank Holiday would be complete without some medieval merriment in Sherwood Forest.

    The Open Studios programme runs for six weeks through May and early June and this year there are over 200 artists taking part with many studios opening directly to the public or a group of artists joining together

  • Credit Nottingham City Counci - Milk Race 2014 - 4 Posted on 18 May 2015

    Things to do this bank holiday weekend, 22nd – 25th May 2015

    It’s a bumper bank holiday weekend this week, so we’re bringing you even more things to do around Nottinghamshire! Keeping the kids occupied can be tough, but many of Nottinghamshire’s attractions have got the weekend covered to make sure there’s plenty to do for the whole family on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Visit our Twitter and Facebook pages to discover more about what’s on throughout the week.

    The Great Food & Drink Festival at Nottingham Castle

    Nottingham Castle – venue for the Great Food and Drink Festival this weekend.

    Brand new event for 2015, this festival will deliver top notch food and drink to Nottingham Castle along with demonstrations from

  • bell Posted on 16 May 2015

    Ye Olde Bell hosts MasterChef Challenge for budding chefs

    Talented young people from around north Nottinghamshire were given the chance to experience the drama of a professional kitchen during the finals of the Schools MasterChef Challenge, organised by Ye Olde Bell Hotel & Restaurant at Barnby Moor.

    The three finalists, Jared Storey from the Elizabethan Academy, Valentina Sema Giraldo from Retford Oaks and Sophie Grant from Tuxford Academy, were competing for the chance to spend a day working in the kitchen alongside restaurant and bistro head chef Richard Allen. The students had already battled it out in the semi-finals to become winners of their respective schools.

    As part of the challenge, Jared, Valentina and Sophie were asked to produce a two-course using fresh ingredients costing £10 or less

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Newark launches the Civil War Trail App in style

This week, Newark has been at the centre of the media spotlight. However, for this market town nestled in the rural east of Nottinghamshire, this is only the beginning of the attention that it is about to receive. With the impending opening of the National Civil War Centre on May 3rd, Newark rolled out the…

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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…