“BBC Radio Nottingham is excited about being part of the city’s first ever Hoodwinked trail. It’s such a clever way to showcase creative talent and pull in visitors to experience all that our great city has to offer. Details of the trail, the people involved and the public’s reaction will be shared on BBC Radio Nottingham in the coming months.”
Kay Wright, Assistant Editor, BBC Radio Nottingham
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We popped into @Whitemoorschool today to see how they’re getting on with their #BookBench. Bowled over by the pupils’ brilliant designs!🖌👩🎨🎨📚
Pupils at @sneintonprimary look like they can’t wait to get their #BookBench unwrapped & painted!! We can’t wait to see their finished masterpiece on display in July!👩🎨🖌🎨
👉Over the next few weeks, we'll be featuring all the incredibly talented artists 👩🎨👨🎨🎨 we're delighted to be working with on this year's trail. First up is Hannah Money, creator of our fabulous Independence #MeetTheArtist 😊
A Wild in Art event delivered in partnership with Nottingham City Council in support of Nottinghamshire Hospice