Things to do this weekend, 25th -27th November

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Nottinghamshire has a lot packed in to the last weekend of November, from magical Christmas light switch-ons to David Baird’s exclusive photo exhibition of gold olympic medal winner Richard Whitehead.

Winterfest at Thoresby Courtyard

The converted riding hall will be filled with stalls selling unique ceramics, prints, jewellery, hand crafted wooden items and children’s clothing, as well as plenty of festive treats.

Christmas Light Switch on at The Exchange

Christmas in the grade II listed shopping arcade will be as spectacular as ever.

Cometh the Hour, Cometh the Man by David Baird

Award winning East Midlands photographer David Baird launches an exhibition celebrating the achievements of Paralympic champion Richard Whitehead.

Woolly Tellers Definitely Not Respectable

A unique night of Victorian entertainment with The Woolly Tellers and the Malt Cross’ own Rebekah Wood.

Newark Christmas Lights Switch On

Watch the largest free standing canopy of lights in the UK come time life, along with free music and entertainment on stage, a craft market, a fun fair and firework display.

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Posted on 21 November 2016
Featured author: Jessie

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

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