Which Are The Safest Bars And Clubs In Town?

These are the safest bars and clubs in Nottingham for a night out Venues had to demonstrate they have policies and procedures in place to prove they are safe, responsible and well operated About 70 city centre bars, restaurants, nightclubs and music venues have been recognised for keeping revellers safe and happy during nights out.…

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Nottingham Bid For City Of Culture 2023

Nottingham has thrown its hat in the ring for the title of European Capital of Culture 2023. The city will launch its bid today (Wednesday, August 16) by calling for people from the city and wider region to get behind the campaign and become “cultural lions”. Its rivals for the honour – last awarded to…

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Trent Bridge Safety Barriers Here To Stay?

Barriers which were put in place on Trent Bridge to improve safety during the busy cricket season could be installed for the longer-term. They were initially installed ahead of the cricket season a few weeks ago temporarily – and were planned to be in place until the end of July. Nottingham City Council says it is monitoring how effective…

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Speed camera locations from Monday, July 31st

Mobile speed cameras will be out and about patrolling Nottinghamshire’s roads over the coming days. Speed camera vans are set to patrol the a number of city and county locations from Monday, July 31st The enforcement patrols will take place over seven days at the following sites – A60 Nottingham Road, Mansfield Nottingham Road/Portland Road/Annesley Road, Hucknall B6018…

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Nottingham Food and Drink Festival at Wollaton Park

Nottingham Food and Drink Festival will be returning to Wollaton Park with a line-up of celebrity chefs, delicious eats and plenty to quench your thirst. Around 12,000 foodies are expected to attend the two-day spectacular on August 12 and 13. Kicking off the Saturday demonstrations will be Theo Randall, a British-born chef specialising in Italian…

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£8,000 raised for Maid Marion Cancer Charities

The news comes after more than 200 friends and family turned out for Sally’s funeral on Friday at Dale Hill in Locko Park. She died on June 16, aged 39, after a battle with breast cancer. Sally had a natural burial with the service conducted by her husband, Nottingham’s official Robin Hood, 53-year-old Tim Pollard…

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