“We are proud to be part of this fantastic initiative for Nottingham in 2018. As a Nottingham-based company we have a strong culture of involvement with our local communities. The Hoodwinked trail will be a great way of encouraging locals and visitors to explore parts of the city they may not have seen before.
“Capital One already supports Nottingham schools through a variety of programmes with the aim of helping young people reach their potential. Contributing to the Hoodwinked education and learning programme, Robin’s Tales, will help enable a local school to get involved in art and literacy activities by creating a unique BookBench to add to the trail.”
Rupert MacInnes, Vice President External Affairs, Capital One UK
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We’re thrilled to see that one of the winners of our #ReadOnNottingham @Hoodwinked2018 trail quiz is donating his books prize to his school for everyone to enjoy! Well done Kian! https://t.co/FRQL39FNlM
Thanks to everyone who completed our Hoodwinked Survey and congratulations to Kathy Kemp, who was our lucky winner of the panto tickets! 😀
👉Want to be in with a chance of winning 4 tickets to see Peter Pan this Christmas at @RoyalNottingham?
Simply take part in our Hoodwinked 2018 survey before the 15th November and you'll be entered into the draw! Oh yes you will! 😄
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