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Lists. Fun stuff. Nottingham Word of the Week. When you need to keep it short and sweet, here’s bite-sized content you can read on the go.

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Over Bill's Mother's - Nottingham Word Of The Week

Each week we'll post a celebration of Nottingham slang, a celebration of the inventiveness, warmth and sheer oddness of the words that make...

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Brick Talks Comics: Auchenshoogle Meets Nottingham

You thought comic classics The Broons and Oor Wullie were exclusively Scottish? Well, think again, the genius who co-created them hails from our own...

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Gladstone Books: a Southwell gem

We travel to Southwell, to find a small but perfectly formed bookshop and its fascinating owner.

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T'Trip - Nottingham Word Of The Week

Each week we'll post a celebration of Nottingham slang, a celebration of the inventiveness, warmth and sheer oddness of the words that make...

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Notts So Scary: A Spooky Hallowe'en Top Ten

With its deep dark caves and haunted galleons, Nottingham is a city rich for ghosts and ghouls. We look at that terrifying place where literature and...

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Literary Locations #5: Wheeler Gate

You have probably walked down this street countless times: but did you know it has both an insurrectionary and literary inspiring past?

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On The Book Bus

Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature volunteer Carol Williams recently traveled to Africa with an inspiring charity: she tells us more here

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Goatum - Nottingham Word Of The Week

Each week we'll post a celebration of Nottingham slang, a celebration of the inventiveness, warmth and sheer oddness of the words that make...

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Forest Folk: A Lost Classic Revisited

James Prior's lost classic of Nottinghamshire life, Forest Folk, has been bought out of obscurity by Spokesman Books. John Baird finds out why this...

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