“We were really excited when we heard about Hoodwinked 2018 coming to the city, and we couldn’t resist getting involved with this fairytale-like trail.
“Robin Hood is synonymous with the city and for some it’s what brings them to visit Nottingham, which is of course great for The Cornerhouse, and the local economy, so it seemed only natural to get involved with a campaign promoting a figure that has provided so much for the city.
“Art should be celebrated wherever possible, and this is a great initiative to give it a platform in the city. The scheme provides the public and artists the chance to express themselves and become a part of Nottingham’s culture, and that’s something we’re thrilled to help facilitate.”
Suzanne Green, centre manager for The Cornerhouse, Nottingham’s leading leisure and entertainment complex.
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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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A Wild in Art event delivered in partnership with Nottingham City Council in support of Nottinghamshire Hospice