Couples may soon have the chance to get married in the majestic surroundings of Nottingham Castle. And they can get a feel for the heritage site as a wedding venue when it holds its first wedding fair for over 25 years this weekend. The free wedding fair will be held on Sunday 12 April from […]
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An event to launch the return of the Milk Race for a third successive year will take place on Friday 27 March in the Old Market Square. Elite cyclist Katie Archibald will join Robin Hood Tim Pollard, along with representatives from Nottingham City Council and Milk Race sponsors The Dairy Council and Dairy Co on […]
Nottingham will host another major cycling event as it prepares to welcome the Friends Life Tour of Britain this autumn. Residents and visitors to the city will get the chance to experience professional cycling first-hand as the world’s cycling elite come to Nottingham. Nottingham adds the Tour of Britain to its calendar of cycling events, […]
Nottingham is preparing to host one of the biggest St Patrick’s Day events in England. The annual parade and celebration is organised by volunteers from the St Patrick’s Day festival committee and supported by Nottingham City Council. This year’s festival will span four days, from the 15 – 19 March, and feature events in pubs, […]
Black cats. Walking under ladders. Red skies at night. All these superstitions will be put under the microscope by Nottingham schoolchildren at the launch of the first ever STEMWORKS Festival of Science and Curiosity. The festival programme has been organised by Nottingham City Council, Futures, The University of Nottingham and Ignite to highlight science based […]
Light Night 2015 was a huge success for Nottingham as visitors, businesses, and community groups came together to put on a brilliant night out. The free event, which took place on Friday 6th February 2015, attracted over 20,000 people into the city centre. Light Night is based on several European events, including , Nuits Blanche, […]
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Ticket Prices: Adults £6 | Concessions £5 | Child £4 | Family £18 VIP gondola £40 (max 4). Trips last 12 minute and gondolas are completely enclosed so you’re protected from wind or rain. Visit www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/wheel for details.
Over 40 free arts and culture events in Nottingham city centre. Do something different on a Friday night! Take part in a fantastic night of discovery as Nottingham comes to life this Light Night: Friday 6 February 2015 from 6pm till late! Visit www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/lightnight for more information.
Enjoy a special Chinese New Year celebration at Nottingham Lakeside Arts, Highfields Park. Click here for more information about Chinese New Year.