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Member David McDowell, 63, received £25 cashback after arranging his home insurance via The Nottingham.
StoryParks carries the slogan ‘A summer of imagination’, and as well as reading activities attendees will have the chance to take part in arts and crafts, music, Park Ranger sessions, nature trails and more.
We all probably have a lot more time on our hands than we usually would at this present moment in time! Here are some great ideas to help you get into a groove at home and stop any boredom creeping in.
A summer reading and numeracy project that was forced out of Nottingham’s parks by the coronavirus pandemic has become an online hit.
We’ve been chatting to local Nottingham City Council Park Ranger, Matt all about how we can appreciate our own little areas of nature a little bit more during lockdown period.
High-flying husband and wife Ivor and Beryl Smith are both loving later life - they are in their 80s and still working full-time at their light aircraft business.
A smile spreads across the faces of Jordan Fisher and his partner Chloe Mayes when the latter mentions their trip-of-a-lifetime to Canada in 2020.
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