Engrossed for four and a half hours to see all the animals.
Met Jimmy, a 91yo from Leicester who had seen the BBC event but expected it to last longer than Saturday. Turns out Jimmy flew over 100 sorties as a Lancaster pilot, including over Dresden.
Awarded last week.
These dahlias from a Fraser Road front garden would not have been considered by the judges, but they would only have helped.
The BBC’s World War One at Home touring exhibition came to Nottingham. Much more about participating and listening than the usual exhibitions.
Lots going on in the city centre on Saturday.
When there were displays on war and peace throughout the city centre, the Paratroopers were actively seeking to recruit people to part-time jobs that were on offer.
Cobden Chambers holding an antiques fayre. promoting its independent shopping.
Food and Drink festival, now moved to the renewed Trinity Square.
A kinda reclaim the streets event, giving people more chance to appreciate Broadway and Goose Gate.
A cycling ballet provided entertainment in the form of a slow motion bicycle race.
Cllr. Jane Urquhart opens the Hockley Street Fayre.