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September 2018

Safari Supper

September 22 @ 6:30 pm - 11:30 pm
The Park Tennis Club, Tattershall Drive
Nottingham, United Kingdom
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The fourth annual Safari Supper will be taking place in September. Once again, Park residents are invited to join in this lovely community event. Whether you would like to participate as a guest or a host, come along as a single or part of a couple, you are welcome! If you have never been before, the format is - meet at the Tennis Club Pavilion for drinks, where you will receive your envelope to tell you where your first course…

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Bats in Nottinghamshire – Autumn Talk

September 25 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Park Tennis Club, Tattershall Drive
Nottingham, United Kingdom
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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? It’s a bat! Ever wondered about the Secret Life of Bats, especially those that fly around your garden at night? The United Kingdom is home to 17 species of bats and Nottinghamshire has 12 species of them. These unique and wonderful animals make up about a third of all mammals worldwide but are still very misunderstood. Join us for a talk to learn more about bats, the species in Notts, where to…

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October 2018

Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature – Autumn Talk

October 30 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Park Tennis Club, Tattershall Drive
Nottingham, United Kingdom
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In 2015 Nottingham was accredited as a UNESCO City of Literature with the ambition of ‘building a better world with words’. In this talk, James Walker, a lecturer at Nottingham Trent University School of Arts and Humanities returns to us (remember his Talk on Allan Sillitoe) to explain how, why and when Nottingham became a City of Literature and what the cultural and economic implications are for the City. James is editor of Nottingham’s literary graphic novel Dawn of the…

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November 2018

The Sandstone Caves of Nottingham – Autumn Talk

November 27 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Park Tennis Club, Tattershall Drive
Nottingham, United Kingdom
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During the last thousands of years, hundreds of caves have been cut into the Nottingham Castle Sandstone, beneath the area now occupied by the city centre. Many of the older caves were subsequently adapted for various phases of contrasting use. The surviving caves now form a valuable part of Nottingham’s cultural heritage and teams of amateur archaeologists continue to reveal more historical information as they unearth new caves. Dr Tony Waltham has written the standard book on the city’s caves.…

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