Things to do this weekend, 21st – 23rd October

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It’s week three of Nottingham’s month of festivals and rural Notts is just as busy with Apple Day in home of the Bramley Apple Southwell and bonfire night celebrations kicking off at Clumber Park. Or if it’s a quiet cultural weekend you’re after, Delilah and Hardwick Hall are hosting wine tasting and a heritage tour. You’ll find more ideas on our What’s On page or by following us on FacebookTwitterInstagram and Pinterest.

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Rock out at Rockingham Festival, take the kids to the Family Arts Festival, discover the history of underground Nottingham at the Caves Festival, hear industry professionals at the Microfilm Festival and enjoy an arty party at the Malt Cross Festival!

The Bramley Apple Festival

This weekend, Southwell celebrates the town’s famous Bramley Apple with all kinds of traditional  events at Southwell Minster, Archbishops Palace and The Workhouse. Expect apple themed windows displays in the town’s independent shops and plenty of apple pie!

The Curator’s Highlights at Hardwick Hall

Discover the Hardwick collection in a new light as Dr Nigel Wright shares his favourite pieces from the collection in his care.

Italian Wine & Food Tasting at Delilah

Taste wines from Veneto and Lombardy regions in the beautiful surroundings of Delilah deli.

Firework & Music Festival 2016 – Around the World Theme

The award-winning Fuse Fireworks are back to Clumber Park with another superb display, expertly choreographed to music from across the globe!

Posted on 17 October 2016
Featured author: Jessie

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

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