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Your weekly horoscopes with Russell Grant

Russell Grant here with your horoscopes for the week beginning July 29.

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Cate Le Bon

Bumper weekend of music in store at Indietracks

It’s full steam ahead for this year’s Indietracks Festival, taking place at the Midland Railway, Butterley, from July 28-30.

Music
Record Review with Kevin Bryan

Record Review with Kevin Bryan

It’s Record Review time again with Kevin Bryan.

Music
Are you brave enough to take on the Big 6 Challenge at Alton Towers? Photo - Alton Towers.

Want to get into Alton Towers for free? You'll need a strong stomach....

Ever fancied a free day out at Alton Towers? Well here's how - but only if you're brave enough!
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The Park Grand Kensington. Photo - buyagift.co.uk

REVIEW: Let buyagift help you make the most of your trip to London

When it comes to visiting London, there's just never enough time to see everything that our capital city has to offer.
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How many of these landmarks have you visited?

REVEALED: The 35 famous UK landmarks Brits haven't visited

Big Ben, Edinburgh Castle and Sherwood Forest are just some of the UK landmarks many Brits have never visited, a new survey has found.

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Giles Croft

Nottingham Playhouse

Croft to bow out at Playhouse later this year with Chekhov classic

Artistic director Giles Croft will be stepping down in November after 18 years at Nottingham Playhouse, and for his last directing assignment at the theatre, he will be at the helm for The Cherry Orchard.

Theatre and Comedy
Plant pot ponds make simple and attractive water features in your garden

Guest column: Ponds in pots create simple water features

Just because you have a small garden or outside space doesn’t mean you can’t have a beautiful water feature to admire.

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REVIEW: Latest Stephen Booth crime thriller is out now

REVIEW: Latest Stephen Booth crime thriller is out now

Fans of the Cooper and Fry crime thrillers will have their work cut out in their latest investigation - Dead In the Dark.

Arts
Dino-mite exhibition is full of family fun

Dino-mite exhibition is full of family fun

Come along to the Dinosaurs of China exhibition, now attracting families to the area from far and wide.

Arts

New CBeebies Land Hotel is a surefire hit with young and old

Toddlers and nice hotels are not usually a winning combination.

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Families spend an average of 96 on each child to keep them happy while on holiday.

Nottinghamshire families splash cash on ice creams and seaside toys to keep kids happy on holiday

Nottinghamshire families spend an average of £96 per child to keep them happy on holiday, a new survey has found.
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Refugees in the spotlight for new exhibition in Nottingham

Refugees in the spotlight for new exhibition in Nottingham

Step into the footsteps of Syrian refugees in an exhibition now showing at Nottingham’s New Art Exchange.

Arts
Nottingham Playhouse

Hop aboard for a thrilling ride at Playhouse

Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company and Fifth Word present Wreck in the Neville Studio at the Playhouse from September 20-30.

Theatre and Comedy
Top tips for a tasty barbecue

Top tips for a tasty barbecue

A too sizzled sausage might be a staple of the British barbecue but it doesn’t need to be - according to online healthy food retailers Musclefood.com who have compiled an idiot-proof guide to cooking the perfect summer feast.

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The play area at Acacia recreation ground in Annesley.

Residents have their say on £200,000 revamp of Acacia park

Residents have had their say in plans to improve Acacia recreation ground and park in Annesley.

News
JTF, from Hucknall, the triumphant winning team in the second Active Ashfield Games Its A Knockout competition at Kingsway Park in Kirkby.

‘It’s A Knockout’ fun beats working for a living!

Fun and frolics replaced the grind of work during an ‘It’s A Knockout’ competition as part of the Active Ashfield Games.

News
COLUMN: Coal delivery day was a great event for local kids

COLUMN: Coal delivery day was a great event for local kids

During the time of my childhood in the 1950s and early 60s, you could not help but be affected by local industries in one way or another.

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Forget the fidget spinner - the fidget stick is the latest craze set to take the world by storm

A fantastic new toy is expected to overtake fidget spinners to become the next big craze - a fidget STICK.

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