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Visit Santa’s magical 5D Grotto this Christmas

It’s an exceptionally busy time of the year for Mr Santa Claus and his elves so my little family and I were delighted to have the opportunity to meet with…

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The Walled Kitchen Garden at Clumber Park sprouts a new face lift

It's one of the few remaining aspects of Clumber Park that reminds us how it once looked 100 years ago. Steeped in history, the Walled Kitchen Garden is maintained using…

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Things to do this weekend, 27th – 29th November 2014

We have noticed there is a definite chill in the air today and as autumn turns to winter we can’t help getting a little excited about all the festive events…

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Major Oak at Sherwood Forest (credit Les Churchman)

The Major Oak needs your vote

Think of Sherwood Forest and Robin Hood and what springs to mind? For most of you it is likely to be the Major Oak. Estimated to be 800 to 1,000…...

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    Nottingham’s Malt Cross re-opens to give the city more than just a great drinking experience

    Nottingham’s old music hall, the Malt Cross has been closed for the past few months while an exciting refurbishment of the building has taken place. A firm favourite with locals, the Malt Cross isn’t simply a place to purchase a pint, this place has culture and history in abundance. The refurbishment taps into this – and when I went to see it recently I certainly wasn’t disappointed.

    My guide was Matt Buck. Matt runs the Malt Cross and has been close to the work throughout. We started at the entrance to the old music hall and the changes in here are subtle but striking. It’s been given a lick of paint to

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    Things to do this weekend, 21st – 23rd November 2014

    It’s a week where Nottinghamshire starts to become a little bit brighter, as the Christmas lights are switched on. There’s a feast of festive activities and events taking place as well this weekend – which is just FIVE weeks away from Christmas. So have a look at a few festive events as well as exhibitions and performances taking place in the county this weekend.

    Nottingham Winter Wonderland 2014 at The Old Market Square

    Nottingham’s annual Winter Wonderland returns on 20th November – and promises to be bigger and better than ever. The Old Market Square transforms into a winter paradise, with food, drink, music and a festive atmosphere that will melt anyone’s

  • Literary heroes banner-01 Posted on 14 November 2014

    Nottingham could write its name in the history books as a UNESCO City of Literature

    When you stop and ponder the contribution that Nottingham has made to the world of literature, it’s easy to see that it’s right up there with the greatest places across the globe.

    With its great literary heritage it’s only right that the city should celebrate by launching a bid to become a UNESCO City of Literature. It’s a prestigious title and one that Nottingham must surely deserve when you look at the wealth of literary talent that’s been produced over the years. There are of course three names that stand out when we talk about Nottingham’s literary history – Lord Byron, D.H. Lawrence and Alan Sillitoe.

    The Romantic poet

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Visit Santa’s magical 5D Grotto this Christmas

It’s an exceptionally busy time of the year for Mr Santa Claus and his elves so my little family and I were delighted to have the opportunity to meet with the man himself in his exclusive 5D grotto at Intu Broadmarsh last weekend. Upon our arrival we were greeted by two of Santa’s special elves…

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Turning up the heat at Carluccio’s cookery evening

Cookery is a real passion of mine, and while I don’t profess to be any kind of masterchef, I do like to experiment and try out new things on my ever-willing family!  And as a particular favourite of mine is Italian food, I was the first to put my name down when Carluccio’s in West…