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The Aviva Tour of Britain rides into Nottingham, Harvey Hadden Sports Village now open, Heritage Open Days and more!

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The Aviva Tour of Britain rides into Nottingham, Harvey Hadden Sports Village now open, Heritage Open Days and more!



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Almost time for The Aviva Tour of Britain!

The Tour of Britain rides into our city on Friday 11 September, bringing the worlds best cyclists back to our city (including Bradley Wiggins!) as we host the thrilling finish to Stage 6 - a winding, challenging route that sees the riders journey over the hills of Derbyshire from Stoke-On-Trent to the Forest Recreation Ground in Nottingham.


Now that the new Tram routes to Clifton and Toton Lane are opened, the tram really is the perfect way to travel to the Forest Recreation Ground to watch the riders arrive, between 2:30pm and 3:30pm. There will be activities and live music to enjoy too! 


Thanks to our Stage 6 sponsors BioCity for supporting the Tour of Britain in Nottingham.


>>Find out more


Rolling road closures will be in force along the route as the cyclists pass through - see the route here and check with your bus operator for diversion information.


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Harvey Hadden now open!

Harvey Hadden Sports Village officially opened to the public on 1 September, with visitors able to use all of the facilities. Beechdale Swimming Centre has now closed.

An official opening, and FREE fun day will follow on Saturday 12 September.

>>Find out more

Harvey Hadden

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Heritage Open Days and Mela
13 and 14 Sept  

Free entry to Nottingham Castle and Newstead Abbey 12 & 13 Sept - 10am to 5pm - Saving 15 a family - plus loads of activities available.

Running Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 September, Heritage Open Day celebrates England's fantastic architecture and culture by offering FREE admission to properties that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission.

Nottingham's annual South Asian celebration returns as Mela 2015 brings together national and local talent to explore these ideas of energy and social change at New Art Exchange, Nottingham Castle and Nottingham Playhouse.

>> Find out more about the Heritage Open Days and Mela here 


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