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Winners of Floral Trail Design Competition Announced

Winners of Floral Trail Design Competition Announced

Two local school children’s designs of a pair of theatre masks and a teddy bear have been chosen as the winners of this year’s Floral Trail design competition organised by Nottingham City Council’s Nottingham in Bloom team and the Nottingham Business Improvement District (BID). The fun theatre masks idea was conceived by Mille Fenton, age […]

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Floral Trail Design Competition – vote for your favourite entry.

Floral Trail Design Competition – vote for your favourite entry.

Almost 200 entries have been received for this year’s Floral Trail design competition and the organisers, Nottingham City Council’s Nottingham in Bloom team and the Nottingham Business Improvement District (BID), have shortlisted seven of the designs: a radio, a camera, a paintbrush, a teddy bear, theatre masks, headphones and sunglasses. Members of the public are […]

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Feliciano Lopez confirmed to play Aegon Open Nottingham ATP event

Feliciano Lopez confirmed to play Aegon Open Nottingham ATP event

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) has confirmed that the world No. 12 Feliciano Lopez will play at the Aegon Open Nottingham ATP event in June. Click here to purchase tickets for the ATP Men’s event. The Spanish player, who made the final of the Aegon Championships at The Queen’s Club last year and also won […]

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Announcement of architect and exhibition designer for £24 million Nottingham Castle transformation

Announcement of architect and exhibition designer for £24 million Nottingham Castle transformation

Work to establish Nottingham Castle as a world class heritage destination takes a major step forward today with the announcement of Purcell UK as the project architects and Casson Mann as the exhibition designers. These specialist suppliers will now commence work on finalising the detailed plans that the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) requires before assessing […]

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Making the past work harder for Nottingham’s future

Making the past work harder for Nottingham’s future

 A new heritage strategy to pull together efforts to capitalise on Nottingham’s richly historic past and make its heritage contribute even more to its future development was launched this week (26th March). The strategy sets out aims and ambitions for the city over the next 10 to 15 years, to show how Nottingham’s unique history […]

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