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Ways To Enjoy Christmas In Nottingham


If you’re in Nottingham over the festive period, lucky you! We think that Notts is the place to be over the Christmas period, because there’s so much to do! Here is our ultimate guide to what to do in Nottingham this Christmas...

With its festive markets, boutiques and independent shops and sparkling events spending Christmas in Nottinghamshire is a truly magical experience. From ice-skating to family pantomimes and theatrical extravaganzas, not to mention the chance to meet Santa Claus in his Grotto, there is something for everyone to enjoy in the run-up to Christmas 2015.

If you love the Panto then this year's Theatre Royal pantomime has everything you could wish for. Join a sensational cast led by pantomime legend Christopher Biggins, star of boyband Blue Simon Webbe, and Nottingham's favourite pantomime comic, Ben Nickless, for an Aladdin's cave of fun and laughter!

One of the highlights of the festive programme is the Winter Wonderland in Nottingham's Old Market Square. Browse the traditional market stalls, treat yourself to a warming mulled wine or skate on the ice rink in the centre of the square.

Or maybe you’d prefer to enjoy a festive tipple in the outdoor bars? You can relax awhile and take in the festive atmosphere while having a drink in one of the two bars we are presenting at this year’s event.

Choose between the Victorian styled bar in the Market Square - selling ales, wines, soft drinks and much more with a covered seating area offering great views of the ice rink and our new bandstand, or the unique Helter Skelter Bar on Long Row. Serving mulled wine, spiced cider and other hot toddies to keep you aglow as you take a break from your Christmas shopping!

We hope you all have a magical festive season. Everyone from Nottingham Cars wishes you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
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