Things to do this weekend, 16th – 18th September

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September has definitely brought an Autumnal feeling to Nottinghamshire. Whether you head to Clumber Park or Wollaton Hall to see the last of the summer greenery or stay cosy exploring our galleries, there are plenty of seasonal events to fill the weekend ahead.

Festival of Food & Drink 2016 at Clumber Park

The festival returns with a host of celebrity chefs, Cookery Theatre and lots of exciting new dishes to try.

Mould Map 6 – Terraformers

Bonington Gallery’s new exhibition opens this weekend, exploring narrative art as a walk through magazine.

Maggie’s Culture Crawl 2016

Embark on a 9 mile adventure around the city from Lakeside Arts to Wollaton Hall to the Galleries of Justice, all in support of people affected by cancer.

Robin Hood Open Golf Tournament 2016

The Robin Hood Open returns in 2016 with a Mixed Amateur Open set amongst the spectacular backdrop of Wollaton Hall & Deer Park.

Pump House & After Image at Nottingham Contemporary

Last couple of weeks to see the exhibitions by Michael Beutler and Yelena Popova.

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Posted on 12 September 2016
Featured author: Jessie

Nottingham native and fan of all things music, arts and animal related.

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