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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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Nottingham Waterfront Festival 2017

The Waterfront Festival at The Canalhouse returns this weekend courtesy of I’m Not From London and Audacious Face Music, with live music all day and dressing up, all in aid of local charities. Hannah Larham explains more   When is it? Saturday, July 8 from 12.30pm to 1am. Where is it? The Canalhouse, Canal Street Who is…

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Glastonbury Moving To Nottingham?

Glastonbury Mud

If you loved attending or watching this year’s Glastonbury festival from home, then there’s potentially good news – it could be moving a whole lot closer to Nottingham. Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis suggested last year that he could be moving the annual mud fest “100 miles up towards the Midlands” in 2019 to give Worthy…

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Read The June Magazines

The latest issues of Spotlight Magazines are here – Click any magazine to read. WEST BRIDGFORD MANSFIELD SOUTH MANSFIELD NORTH SINFIN & STENSON FIELDS TUXFORD     If you are a member of a local group or society, let us know about your upcoming events and we can publish them for free in Spotlight Magazines.…

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5 Priorities For Forest Boss

Almost three months since his arrival at the City Ground Mark Warburton already feels like a good fit for Nottingham Forest. But there remains much work for the former Brentford and Rangers boss to do, if the Reds are to progress and improve next season – and, here, Paul Taylor looks at the five key…

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Ilkeston Carnival Is Cancelled

Thousands of people look set to be disappointed this weekend following news that Ilkeston Carnival has been cancelled. A waterlogged pitch at the town’s Rutland Recreation Ground has meant organisers, Ilkeston Lions Club, have had to pull the plug on the festival, which usually attracts between 2,000 and 3,000 people. The event had been scheduled…

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Download Festival Pictures

In 2003 Download Festival landed for the first time at Donington Park and metal fans flocked in their thousands to mosh out to bona fide rock legends Iron Maiden… Things had looked a little hairy in the run up to the gates opening after Limp Bizkit pulled out mere weeks before showtime, but super group…

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