There's plenty to do this weekend

What's on in Nottinghamshire this Bank Holiday weekend?

If you're wondering what to do over those three glorious days off, look no further.

From beer festivals to an appearance form Peppa Pig, there's plenty going on in Nottinghamshire to keep you busy.

There's guaranteed fun for all at Kingsway Park on August 25. From dog shows to live music and a gin bar. you'd be hard pressed not to enjoy this family day out.

1. Kirkby's party in the park

There's guaranteed fun for all at Kingsway Park on August 25. From dog shows to live music and a gin bar. you'd be hard pressed not to enjoy this family day out.
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The ever popular annual beer festival is set to return over the weekend, offering live bands, a BBQ, dog show and children's entertainment in the historic grounds of Beauvale Priory.

2. Beauvale Priory Beer Festival

The ever popular annual beer festival is set to return over the weekend, offering live bands, a BBQ, dog show and children's entertainment in the historic grounds of Beauvale Priory.
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Mansfield based cheer team Destiny Cheer are holding a fundraising day on Sunday 25 at the Sir John Cockle pub. Expect pony rides, a bouncy castle, slime-making and a disco.

3. Destiny Cheer fundraising day

Mansfield based cheer team Destiny Cheer are holding a fundraising day on Sunday 25 at the Sir John Cockle pub. Expect pony rides, a bouncy castle, slime-making and a disco.
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The Griffins Head in Papplewick will play host to the Griffin Festival on August 25. A family village festival with live music from Phil Rostance and The Marshall Band, The Joe Strange Band and more.

4. The Griffin Festival

The Griffins Head in Papplewick will play host to the Griffin Festival on August 25. A family village festival with live music from Phil Rostance and The Marshall Band, The Joe Strange Band and more.
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