On the seventh day of Christmas in Notts we give to you . . .

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Seven Ducks A-Quacking!

If you have ever been to Nottinghamshire you may have been greeted with the phrase, ‘Eyup mi duck’. It’s something you won’t hear in any other part of the country but locals regard it as one of the most affectionate ways to say ‘hello’ – even if they don’t know you!

The Sanctuary

The Sanctuary

This festive season you can expect the warmest of welcomes from two of our fabulous restaurants. At the Sanctuary Bar and Restaurant, which is known for its commitment to local produce, there are a host of events taking place in the run up to Christmas, including a night with Bella Diva, a quintet of classically-trained singers, on 15th December. It is open throughout the holiday period and the celebrations culminate in a Great Gatsby-style New Year’s Eve celebration.

It's cocktail time!

It’s cocktail time!

It may be cold outside but at Las Iguanas you can imagine you are in the warmer climes of South America. Treat yourself to fresh and tasty dishes with a distinctly Latin flavour. With its laid-back atmosphere this is the perfect place to meet your friends this Christmas. Don’t forget to try out one of the cocktails!

We are giving you the chance to win a £50 meal voucher for either The Sanctuary or La Iguanas. To be in with a chance of winning simply fill out the form below by midnight tonight. The winners will be contacted by email (terms and conditions apply). Please state which prize you would like to win. (This competition is now closed)

Don’t forget to check out our great festive offers page! 

Posted on 12 December 2013
Featured author: Catherine Allen Marketing Assistant

Arts fan, runner and cyclist who has been living in Nottingham for more than a decade. Loves real ale, craft beer, good food, travelling and sausage dogs.

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