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Nottingham announces biggest line-up yet for festival month

Nottingham announces biggest line-up yet for festival month

Highlights of the festival include: More than 20 major festivals and events in Nottingham in October – including the UK’s first-ever major Caves Festival Eight days of amazing performances in the Spiegel tent – a beautiful 100 year-old mirrored tent Tenth anniversary of the Hockley Hustle with 250 acts performing in 25 venues around the […]

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A great free day out for everyone in Nottingham as the Lord Mayor’s Parade returns

A great free day out for everyone in Nottingham as the Lord Mayor’s Parade returns

Nottingham City Council is putting on a fantastic free day out on Saturday 2 July, as Councillor Mohammed Saghir is sworn in as the new Lord Mayor. To celebrate, the city will enjoy a free fun day, with free entry at Nottingham Castle, a parade and lots of activities. Things kick off just before 11am […]

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New Nottingham Castle exhibition: Evelyn Gibbs – in Peace and Wartime

New Nottingham Castle exhibition: Evelyn Gibbs – in Peace and Wartime

9 July – 9 October 2016 Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery will shortly be unveiling an exhibition of work by the celebrated Nottingham artist Evelyn Gibbs centred on her work made in her 20s and during World War II. The exhibition covers work from her early years at […]

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Johnson wins maiden title at Aegon Open Nottingham as Brit Inglot claims first doubles crown with Nestor

Johnson wins maiden title at Aegon Open Nottingham as Brit Inglot claims first doubles crown with Nestor

American World No. 38 Steve Johnson has won his first ATP World Tour singles title after beating Uruguayan second seed Pablo Cuevas 7-6(5) 7-5 at the Aegon Open Nottingham, where Brit Dom Inglot and Daniel Nestor also claimed their maiden doubles crown as a pairing on Saturday. No. 6 seed Johnson, who also reached the […]

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Johnson blasts through busy day to set up Aegon Open Nottingham final against Cuevas

Johnson blasts through busy day to set up Aegon Open Nottingham final against Cuevas

America’s Steve Johnson will face Pablo Cuevas in Saturday’s Aegon Open Nottingham final after racing past Italian No. 7 seed Andreas Seppi 6-4 6-4 on a rain-interrupted day that started with Johnson completing a quarter-final win over top seed Kevin Anderson. No. 6 seed Johnson – who overcame World No. 10 Richard Gasquet on his […]

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Anderson and Johnson to resume quarter-final battle on Aegon Open Nottingham Semi-Finals day

Anderson and Johnson to resume quarter-final battle on Aegon Open Nottingham Semi-Finals day

Top seed Kevin Anderson and fellow big-hitter Steve Johnson have been made to wait to decide who clinches the last remaining semi-final place at the Aegon Open Nottingham, after bad light forced the suspension of play on Thursday night with the players on serve at 6-7(6) 7-5 4-3. Their match will resume at 12 noon […]

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Cuevas moves past Evans to join Baghdatis and Anderson in Aegon Open Nottingham quarters

Cuevas moves past Evans to join Baghdatis and Anderson in Aegon Open Nottingham quarters

Second seed Pablo Cuevas edged past Brit Dan Evans 6-7(4) 7-6(5) 6-4 to set up a tantalising Aegon Open Nottingham quarter-final against Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis, while top seed Kevin Anderson is also through to the last eight. Cypriot Baghdatis, a semi-finalist at the Nottingham Tennis Centre last year, came from a set down and saved […]

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Popular nurseries continue to help the city to bloom

Popular nurseries continue to help the city to bloom

Nottingham City Council’s nurseries continue to go from strength to strength, providing beautiful blooms, not only to the city’s parks and open spaces but to local gardeners and businesses. With customers as far away as Royal Lytham St Annes/Fylde Borough Council in the North West – a region with its own high standards in horticultural […]

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Evans fights way into Aegon Open Nottingham third round to join Anderson and Baghdatis

Evans fights way into Aegon Open Nottingham third round to join Anderson and Baghdatis

British No. 4 Dan Evans produced another impressive comeback to reach the third round at the Aegon Open Nottingham, beating Lithuanian Ricardas Berankis 2-6 7-6(3) 6-2 to set up a meeting with second seed Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay on Wednesday. Evans goes into the last 16 at the Nottingham Tennis Centre along with top seed […]

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Edmund continues fine form to join Evans in Aegon Open Nottingham Second Round

Edmund continues fine form to join Evans in Aegon Open Nottingham Second Round

Britain’s Kyle Edmund and Dan Evans will be looking to reach the third round of the Aegon Open Nottingham on a jam-packed Tuesday, with all 17 singles matches and four doubles ties scheduled to go ahead at the Nottingham Tennis Centre. British No. 3 Edmund, who reached a career-high ranking of 68 after his quarter-final […]

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