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Riverside Festival returns this weekend

Riverside Festival returns this weekend

Nottingham’s biggest free summer festival will be back on the city’s Victoria Embankment this evening from 6:30pm where thousands of visitors are expected as the Riverside Festival takes place alongside the River Trent. From Friday to Sunday (3-5 August), the festival will offer a wide range of family fun and entertainment with something for every […]

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Public Ballot for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Opens

Public Ballot for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Opens

  The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Public Ballot opened today (Wednesday, 1 August) at 10am (BST), when ticket applications were opened to all members of the public, backed by a major marketing and PR campaign, welcomingly called Are you in?. The Public Ballot will be open until 29 August and fans will be able […]

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Outdoor Theatre season at Newstead and Wollaton still a local favourite

Outdoor Theatre season at Newstead and Wollaton still a local favourite

Anyone wanting to catch any of this summer’s outdoor theatre performances is urged to book their tickets, as some popular shows are selling out. Nottingham City Council’s outdoor theatre programme has been up and running for a month now, with audiences taking advantage of the wonderful weather and snapping up tickets for some new and […]

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Armed Forces Day continues our year of celebrating our serving personnel

Armed Forces Day continues our year of celebrating our serving personnel

Events across Nottingham are taking place to mark Armed Forces Day this Saturday. Nottingham Castle will mark the event with the last chance to see the Mercian Regiment museum before the gates close ahead of its £30m transformation, with free entry until Sunday. To thank our armed forces there will be an official banner displayed […]

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Rockin’ around the Hoodwinked trail

Rockin’ around the Hoodwinked trail

Notts Rocks enthusiasts are getting ready to rock around Nottingham with the Hoodwinked sculpture trail this summer. More than 27,000 people are involved with Notts Rocks – painting and decorating rocks to leave for others to find in parks and other public places.  Many are now busy decorating them with Hoodwinked-themed designs, including Robin Hood, […]

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Tennis Centre team ready to inspire new champions after big week of tennis in the city

Tennis Centre team ready to inspire new champions after big week of tennis in the city

Over the past week, Nottingham Tennis Centre has hosted the prestigious Nature Valley Open pre-Wimbledon tournament with the likes of British Number One Johanna Konta gracing the turf. After this amazing week of breath taking action, the centre is once again open to the public and ready to inspire the next generation of champions with […]

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Barty and De Minaur claim Nature Valley Open titles as Konta and Evans defeated

Barty and De Minaur claim Nature Valley Open titles as Konta and Evans defeated

World No. 17 Ashleigh Barty has defeated British No. 1 Johanna Konta 6-3 3-6 6-4 to win the Nature Valley Open WTA International title in Nottingham, with fellow Australian Alex de Minaur clinching the ATP Challenger crown against former British No. 2 Dan Evans earlier on a sold-out Sunday at the Nottingham Tennis Centre. In […]

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