Things to do this weekend 24th – 26th June

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We’re spoilt for choice for things to do this weekend, so we’ve doubled our list of picks this week and put together 10 events not to missed in Notts. You’ll find more ideas on our What’s On page or by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Cycle Live

Cycle Live returns for 2016 with the Nottingham City Ride the Great Notts Bike Ride and the Nottingham Grand Prix.

Armed Forces Weekend 

A weekend of celebration and remembrance in honour of past and present Armed Forces at the spectacular Wollaton Hall.

Forest Live at Sherwood Pines

Jake Bugg, Paul Heaton & Jacquie Abbott and Guy Garvey will all be playing in the heart of Sherwood Forest.

East Midlands Flower Show

The first ever East Midlands Flower Show is being held at Lord Byron’s ancestral home, Newstead Abbey.

Aegon Open Men’s Tennis Tournament

Watch some of brightest stars in tennis battle it out on court for the prestigious title.

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Earth and Fire International Ceramic Fair 

Potters and ceramic artists from Spain, Portugal, Germany, Holland and France will join home grown talent at Rufford Abbey.

Outdoor Theatre at Nottingham Castle

The first of the outdoor theatre performances is being held on Saturday.

Burlington Jazz at Sherwood Art Week

Join Burlington Jazz at Sherwood Art Week as they take you through their repertoire of favourites and classics alike.

Picnic in the Park

The public are invited to the University of Nottingham’s beautiful campus for a day of free activities.

Jamboree Weekend at Gullivers Kingdom

Youth groups will be meeting up and taking over the park for a huge Jamboree celebration.

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Posted on 20 June 2016
Featured author: Jessie

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

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