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  • Seeing George Szirtes at the Inspire Poetry Festival

    Seeing George Szirtes at the Inspire Poetry Festival

    What better way to be introduced to the poetry community than by award-winning poet and writer George Szirtes, and local poet Lauren Foster? Emily Dormer, guest writer for Visit Notts, went to check out the Inspire Poetry Festival.

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  • What's On This Weekend In Nottinghamshire: 22-24 November 2019

    What's On This Weekend In Nottinghamshire: 22-24 November 2019

    This weekend there’s a whole host of Christmas markets and craft fairs across Nottingham, so we’ve rounded up five of our favourites for you to peruse. Also coming up this weekend there are celebrations of the city’s lace heritage and mindful mornings of art and yoga, along with the start of panto season and some heartwarming family theatre. 

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  • Exploring Nottingham's historic Malt Cross

    Exploring Nottingham's historic Malt Cross

    Visit Notts ventured back in time to discover the history of Nottingham through experiencing working-class Victorian nightlife. The Malt Cross is a revived jewel of the past that gave Nottingham a distinctly lively character, and we couldn't resist the chance to re-live it.

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  • Celebrating Nottinghamshire's Charms This English Tourism Week: Caves

    Celebrating Nottinghamshire's Charms This English Tourism Week: Caves

    Sometimes the most intriguing aspects of a place aren’t immediately apparent. To discover these gems, you must delve a little deeper. On this, the second day of our English Tourism Week celebration of all things unique about Nottingham, we’re going underground to shed some light on our curious cave network.

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  • Photographer Chris Dale On Exploring Sherwood Forest

    Photographer Chris Dale On Exploring Sherwood Forest

    March 21 is the International Day of Forests, and Nottinghamshire is lucky enough to have one of the most stunning forests in the UK. Explore the ancient oaks and wild heathland of Sherwood Forest and you'll encounter some wonderfully atmospheric scenery. Last year, we spoke to local photographer Chris Dale, who has wandered these woodlands throughout the seasons, veering off the beaten track to capture the beauty of this spectacular area with his lens.

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