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Literary Locations #44: The Emett Clock

​"The first principle in science is to invent something nice to look at and then decide what it can do," said Rowland Emett, an eccentric cartoonist,...

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#17Booksfor17SDGs

Over the next couple of weeks, we will be showcasing some of Nottingham's finest writing that match with UNESCO's recently announced Sustainable...

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Literary Locations #43: The Hemlock Stone

The Hemlock Stone has inspired legends and writers alike.

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Ten Books For National Tree Week

Here in Notts we owe a great deal from trees: our football team is named after them; our outlaw made one his home; and if it wasn't for paper,...

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Our Past, Our Stories, Our Future: A Programme Walkthrough

The Our Past, Our Stories, Our Future Heritage Learning Symposium is now only a few short weeks away! Becky Cullen gives us a taster of what we can...

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Literary Locations #42: The Old Theatre, Southwell

The ‘Old Theatre’ in Southwell, a Georgian treat.

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Becky Cullen: MyVoice judge shares her writing tips

Acclaimed poet Becky Cullen is our second judge for the MyVoice creative writing competition. Keep sending your entries in!

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Fantastic Poetry Funfair Frolics!

Our Poetry Funfair was a big success! Pauline and Martin tell us a bit more about our event last month, with pictures from Rachel Spivak.

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Strikingly Invisible by Henry Normal: Review by Emily Sanderson

Fantastic volunteer Emily Sanderson shares her perceptions on Henry Normal's recently released poetry collection, Strikingly Invisible.

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