• Newstead Abbey front by Steven Glass Posted on 02 September 2015

    Things to do this weekend, 5th – 6th September 2015

    The bank holiday fun means we barely get to take a breath before gearing up for the next action-packed weekend here in Nottinghamshire. As always, we’d love you to interact with us on our Twitter and Facebook pages, where you can share your images using the hashtag #lovenotts.

     

    Robin Hood Folk Festival – 4th – 6th September 

    In medieval times, the tales of Robin Hood were passed on through musical ballad – and storied folk music will once again ring out in Nottinghamshire, during this brand new festival.

    Held in the gorgeous grounds of Newstead Abbey, the Robin Hood Folk Festival offers top class music, as well as heaps of entertainment for the whole family.

  • Bramley Apple Tree - High Res Posted on 28 August 2015

    Bramley Apples Hand Picked for Special Protection by EC

    A splash of cream, a crumbly crust and – of course – those all-important chunks of tangy Bramley Apple. We all know and love the comfort of a slice of warm apple pie, and the Bramley Apple is world famous for the unique fluffy texture it takes on when cooked until caramel brown.

    In Nottinghamshire, we’ve long been proud of our world-envied apples, which we’ve been generously stuffing into steaming pies for generations. Now, finally, the humble Bramley Apple is getting the recognition, and protection, it deserves.

    Joining illustrious regional specialities like the Cornish Pasty, Mozzarella Cheese and Parma Ham, Bramley Apple Pie filling’s place on the world map of culinary treasures has

  • Partner button nominate Posted on 20 August 2015

    Time’s Running Out to Help us Crown Nottingham England’s Home of Sport

    In Nottingham, we’re lucky enough to live in one of the most active, diverse and historic sporting cities in the UK. Over the last few weeks, we’ve been on a mission to share all that’s great about sport in Nottingham with the world – as we compete for the crown of ‘England’s Home of Sport’.

    VisitEngland are looking for the nation’s premier sport’s-mad destination – all you have to do is Tweet or Instagram a sporting snap with the hash tags #Nottingham and #HomeofSport. Your photos may even be included on the VisitEngland Home of Sport website.

    The competition’s really heated up over the last few weeks, as the Nottinghamshire public have gotten behind our campaign and uploaded dozens

  • pano1 Posted on 10 August 2015

    Looking Back At England’s Trent Bridge Ashes Triumph

    For Nottinghamshire’s own Stuart Broad, it was a performance that he could scarcely believe. In the first two hours of one of the most crucial test matches of his career, his fizzing deliveries dismissed no fewer than eight Australian batsmen – conceding just 15 runs in the process.

    The Trent Bridge crowd knew they had witnessed something special, as England effectively sealed the Ashes in an extraordinary first 18 overs – rattling through the much-fancied Australians for just 60 runs.

    Although there was some disappointment for fans with tickets that the game finished almost three days early, the demolition job simply gave them – and the England team – extra time to party

  • IMG_20150804_104123364 Posted on 05 August 2015

    England Stars Lend a Hand As New Community Clubhouse Rises From the Ashes

    After months of build-up, the Ashes have finally arrived in Nottinghamshire. With the series perfectly balanced at 2-1 to the home side, it’s do or die time for the Australians – if they still have plans to take the Ashes back home with them.

    England, meanwhile, will be hoping to continue their great form and seal the series. The dream of lifting cricket’s smallest – but most significant – trophy right here in Nottingham, is still very much alive.

    The action gets under-way tomorrow, and with England’s Jimmy Anderson missing out due to injury – the hopes of a nation fall largely on Nottinghamshire’s own Stuart Broad, who looks set to take his

  • deaftennis Posted on 20 July 2015

    Things to do this weekend, 25th – 26th July 2015

    We’ve got another action-packed week of events and entertainment for you right here in Nottinghamshire. Whether you want to dress up and experience the ‘wartime spirit,’ during the Victory Days celebration at Newark Air Museum, or raise money for charity by taking the plunge at an open water swimming event, there’s something for every taste. Nottingham will also break new ground this week as the first ever World Deaf Tennis Championships take place, while motor-heads will love the rip-roaring action of the British Truck Championships. Stay bang up to date with these events, and everything else happening in Nottinghamshire, by following us on Twitter and Facebook.

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