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Things to do in Nottinghamshire this Weekend

You've made it to the weekend!! Here's a list of the top things to do in Nottinghamshire this weekend.  Have a great time.

9th and 10th December

The New Art Exchange in Nottingham will be hosting its Craft and Culture Fair on Saturday, showcasing the work of crafters, designers and performers from the local community.  You can pick up a festive gift, enjoy some street food and take part in their drop-in creative workshops. There will also be live music performances.

Time:  12 noon to 5.00 pm
Cost:   FREE

Grab your lanterns and jingle bells and join in with the Lantern Parade through the park in Southwell on Saturday.  This will be followed by refreshments and music inside The Minster School.

Starts in the grounds of Southwell Minster.

Time:  5.00 pm to 7.00 pm
Cost:  FREE

If you fancy taking your pooch to meet the big man, head over to Sherwood Forest this Saturday and Sunday, where they can meet Santa Paws in his dog grotto.

All proceeds will be donated to the Jerry Green Dog Trust.

Time:  From 2pm to 3pm.  No need to book.
Cost:  Minimum donation of £2 per dog


A bit of festive music always helps to get your into the Christmas mood and there will be just such an event at Nottingham's Albert Hall on Saturday with their Family Christmas Concert.  The programme will feature a range of Christmas favourites, including audience carols.

Time:  3pm
Cost:  Standard tickets:  £14  Concessions £13  Student £5  Under 12s FREE

Tickets are available here or on the door.


If you fancy a bit of singing in the evening, St Nicholas Church on Maid Marian Way in Nottingham, will be holding an evening of Carols by Candlelight on Saturday and Sunday, which will be followed by mince pies and mulled wine.

If you are going to the concert, you need to use Nelsons car park at the end of Stanford Street, which will be open half an hour before the service.

Time:  7pm on Saturday and 5.30pm and 8pm on Sunday
Cost:  FREE

You can help to Light up a Life on Sunday with the remembrance event in Nottingham City Centre.  Starting with a torch-lit walk from the Brian Clough statue at approx 4.15 pm, you will head to the Robin Hood Statue for singing and the lighting of the Nottinghamshire Hospice Christmas Tree.

Time:  4.15 pm (approx) to 6pm
Cost:  FREE

Newark Market Place
will hold its Christmas Market and Winter Feast on Sunday, with over 100 stalls offering Christmas crafts and gifts and hot, seasonal food.  There will be brass bands and carol singing, festive Morris dancing displays and traditional Christmas folk plays.  There will also be traditional fairground rides, a Civil War re-enactment display, street musicians and Santa and his sleigh.

Time:  10am to 4pm
Cost:   FREE entry

Creswell Crags in Worksop will be holding a Classic Crags Christmas again this weekend.  You can meet Santa in his Ice Age Grotto all weekend and enjoy hot roasted chestnuts from the firepit on Saturday, along with a barrel organ performance.  On Sunday, there will be a unique handbell band performance. Free craft activities while you wait for Santa and festive food and drink the coffee will also be availabe.

Time:  11am to 4pm
Cost:   £4.50 to visit Santa (includes gift).  No need to book.

If you're feeling crafty, head over to Rufford Abbey Country Park this weekend, where you can join in with their Christmas Crafting drop in make-it sessions.

You can make willow Christmas wreaths, willow Christmas trees, or maybe even reindeers.  You don't need to book - just buy your ticket at the Gift Shop on the day.

Time: 11am to 3pm
Cost:  £5 per item made (£3 for carparking)

This year's Christmas show at Lakeside Arts in Nottingham is Black Beauty - but it's not the Black Beauty you may know!

From the cosy horsebox they call home, this is the telling of the Black Beauty story as you've never seen it before by the McCuddy Brothers - blending storytelling, music and puppetry.  There are 2 performances on Saturday and Sunday.

Time:  12.30 pm and 3.30 pm
Cost:  £10/£9.50/£8.50  Book here
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