On the fourth day of Christmas in Notts we give to you…

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Four Merry Men!

Anybody who knows the legend of Robin Hood will have heard of his Merry Men.  The story tells of many merry men but none more famous than his companion Friar Tuck or his best friend, Little John.

With the many Christmas and New Year celebrations taking place across the county we are sure to welcome many merry men – and women!

If you fancy a laugh then Christmas Party Nights at the Glee Club in Nottingham is the place to be where you’ll enjoy a meal with comedy and disco.  Expect top class entertainment at the venue’s stand-up comedy nights with glee club four premier live comedians.

At the Village Hotel near Attenborough Nature Reserve there is an endless choice of Christmas Party Nights and Christmas Tribute Nights from Gary Barlow and Robbie Williams to Take That and of course ABBA!

Our fourth day of Christmas brings you the chance to win one of TWO fabulous New Year nights out:

  1. TWO tickets to the New Year’s Eve night in the Victory Pub at the Village Hotel with two course buffet and Gary Barlow tribute 11th December which promises to be a truly sparkling evening!
  2. FOUR tickets to the Glee Club New Year’s Eve show with a bottle of Prosecco.  You’ll have reserved seating with a line up of four premier comedians, a midnight countdown and a late bar and disco.

To be in with a chance of winning simply name one of Robin Hood’s Merry Men.

Entry closes 9 December (terms and conditions apply).

Be sure to visit our Christmas special offers page for a feast of festive offerings across Nottinghamshire.

Posted on 09 December 2013
Featured author: Natalie

Proud to represent the county I grew up in. Travel loving devoted mum of two who carries a torch for the city’s unsung hero, Captain Albert Ball VC.

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