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Welcome to NTU Events and Conferencing

As a delegate attending an event, this section of the website has been created to provide you with key pieces of information you’ll need to start planning your visit.

Your event will take place in one of three campus venues; Nottingham City Campus, Clifton Science and Technology Campus or Brackenhurst Campus. If you are unsure of which campus your event is being held at, contact your event organiser or call our team on 0115 848 8000.

To help you in your planning, we have created a separate Delegate Information Fact Sheet for each campus, which gives you specific advice on everything you’ll need and how to get to us.

· Nottingham City Campus (including City Sports Centre)

· Clifton Science and Technology Campus (including Lee Westwood Sports Centre)

· Brackenhurst Campus

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Need to book accommodation?

If you require accommodation whilst visiting Nottingham for your event, we can help. Many of the UK’s well-known hotel chains are within easy reach of Nottingham City and Clifton Science and Technology Campuses. We can also recommend hotels close to Brackenhurst Campus and rural retreats if you prefer to stay outside the city centre.

Our events team have negotiated special rates with our hotel partners, for more information download our Nottingham hotel brochure. During summer vacation, all our venues have en-suite accommodation available on campus which can be booked via the NTU accommodation website, if this hasn’t previously been arranged by your event organiser.

For group bookings of 10 or more rooms, our event team can further negotiate rates on your behalf, please call us on 0115 848 8000 and let us know your requirements.

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What can I do in Nottingham?

As one of the East Midlands largest and most versatile cities, Nottingham offers a wide range of culture and activities providing plenty of options for you to relax and unwind during your event. Getting around Nottingham is easy with a comprehensive tram and bus network and once in the centre, you can explore the city with ease. Nottingham is also one of the few cities to be accredited with a Purple Flag for its variety, safety and cleanliness.

For more information on restaurants and other local attractions, visit Visit Nottinghamshire’s website.

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The East Midlands’ entertainment capital

Nottingham provides an eclectic mix of entertainment options including continental-style piazza venues with al fresco dining, theatres and comedy clubs. The city boasts the oldest pub in England, ‘Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem’ and the UK’s only pub with a canal running through it, The Canalhouse. Plus, with over 300 restaurants offering a mix of international cuisines to suit all tastes and budgets, your guests won’t be short of places to wine and dine.

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Numerous sporting venues

The city has a long history of producing and developing sporting icons and there is plenty of sport to do and see. From iconic venues like the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground and the Nottingham Forest ground to Holme Pierrepont National Water Sports Centre and the National Ice Centre, there is no shortage of great places to visit during a stay in Nottingham.

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Culture and diversity

Nottingham has always been a city of many cultures and faiths, with a population from all over the world. The city was home to the legendary Robin Hood, famous writer D H Lawrence, football manager Brian Clough and world-renowned fashion designer Paul Smith. In any one day, visitors can enjoy live theatre plays, musicals, operas and dance performances, as well as some amazing site seeing like Nottingham Castle, the National Justice Museum or a pleasant walk around Sherwood Forest.

Need more information?

Get in touch today and one of our event professionals will respond to your enquiry.

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