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  • Nottinghamshire – The Ultimate Film Set

    Nottinghamshire – The Ultimate Film Set

    If you find yourself sat at home, with some time to relax or nothing to do these coming days and weeks, now is the time to start binge-watching. Nottinghamshire is more than the home of Robin Hood and Nottingham is more than the city of caves, over the years the county has been featured in many a film and series – showing of its beauty and heritage to the broader audience. Read on if you’re in need of a good film to watch as we’ve compiled a list of films made/shot in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire!

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  • Stay positive – top 10 tips on how to keep your spirits up

    Stay positive – top 10 tips on how to keep your spirits up

    Whether you just need a little spring in your step or it’s someone else that could do with a simple act of kindness, we could possibly all do with a bit of happiness and creativity during this odd time. To keep your spirits up we’ve compiled a list of things to do whilst we’re all cooped up at home.

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    Unleashing our inner Robin Hood at Go Ape

    If ever there were a quintessentially Nottinghamshire-esque activity, Go Ape at Sherwood Pines has got to be it. Gallivanting through the trees at Sherwood Forest like a certain outlaw hero you may have heard of? You can’t get much more Nottinghamshire than this.

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  • Love Local: Weavers, Independent Wine & Spirits Merchant

    Love Local: Weavers, Independent Wine & Spirits Merchant

    In our brand-new 'love local' blog series, we're celebrating the wonderful people behind Nottinghamshire's local, independent businesses. We’re continuing the series with a guest blog from Alan Trease, the managing director of Weavers, Independent Wine & Spirits Merchant.

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  • Top 10 Things to do in Nottingham if the Cricket is a Wash Out

    Top 10 Things to do in Nottingham if the Cricket is a Wash Out

    We can’t predict the weather, but it’s looking like another wash out during a Cricket World Cup fixture could be on the cards. If you’re here to see India v New Zealand at Trent Bridge, you can still have a brilliant time in Nottingham despite the downpours. We’ve put together 10 top tips for things to do in Nottingham on a rainy day.

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