September 1, 2014, by offcampus
What’s On? – September 2014
With the start of term in sight and many of our students coming back to Nottingham ahead of Welcome Week, we’re excited to share some of the fun things that are going on in the local area over the next few weeks.
Event: Heritage Open Days
Date: Thursday 11th September to Sunday 14th September
Location: Throughout Beeston, Chilwell, Wollaton and surrounding areas
Information: Heritage Open Days are an annual national celebration of England’s fantastic architecture, culture and history, offering free access to properties that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission. Beeston Civic Society have organised a varied and fascinating programme across South Broxtowe and you can find out more on their website.
Event: Oxjam Ceilidh
Date: Friday 5th September, 7pm
Location: Bartons, Chilwell High Road
Information: Buy tickets online and put on your dancing shoes!
Event: Beeston Ceilidh
Date: Saturday 13th September
Location: The Boat and Horses, Beeston
Information: Another chance to dance the night away. More details available on the Canalside Heritage Centre website.
Event: The Major Oak Woodland Festival
Date: Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th September
Location: Sherwood Forest Country Park
Information: Heritage craft, traditional toys, community archaeology and much more.
Event: Ikano Robin Hood Marathon and Half Marathon
Date: Sunday 28th September
Information: You’ll have to move quickly to enter this year’s race, as entries close at midnight on 1st September, but anyone can support the runners and soak up the atmosphere at this big race.
Event: Taste of the Great Notts Show
Date: Friday 5th to Sunday 7th and Friday 26th to Sunday 28th September
Location: Market Square, Nottingham
Information: A showcase of some of Nottingham’s finest food, drink and craft.