Things to do in Nottinghamshire this September

News at Newton Fallowell | 01/09/2017


Here are just a few of the exciting events that are happening in the Nottinghamshire area this month.
 

 

The D.H Lawrence Festival of Culture 2017
Till 23 September

Based in and around the Eastwood area, the programme with over 40 diverse events is being run collectively by D.H. Lawrence Heritage and a committee of local community groups, ensuring there is something to appeal to everyone...

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Heritage Open Days 2017
7 - 10 September

Heritage Open Days celebrates England’s fantastic architecture and culture by offering free access to properties that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission. Every year for four days in September, buildings of every age, style and...

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Festival of Food & Drink 2017 at Clumber Park
16 & 17 September

Festival of Food and Drink offers great food, the fabulous producers behind the brands, award winners, special guests, exciting traders, delicious dishes to try from fantastic Street Food, Pop Up’s, cafés, bars, cocktails and much more! Our Clumber Park Festival...

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American Civil War Society
23 & 24 September

The American Civil War Society presents a full artillery battle and infantry weekend with a living history display. Listen for the boom of the cannons and the crackle of muzzle fire! 2 Skirmishes Daily, 11:30 & 14:00 | Cavalry | Muskets | Cannons | Pyrotechnics...

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Fungi Foray at Sherwood Pines
20th and 30th September

Join expert, Patrick Harding, for this ever popular talk and walk on how to find and identify various fungi. A mixture of classroom based learning and forays into the forest to learn about edible and non edible fungi, medicinal uses, folklore and cooking tips...

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Source: Visit Nottinghamshire