Trent Bridge, the home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, will host two international matches in 2015.
On Wednesday 17 June, England will return to Nottinghamshire to face New Zealand in a 50-over Royal London One-Day International, while August sees the arrival of Australia for the resumption cricket’s most historic contest, the Investec Ashes, at Trent Bridge.
England and Australia have an unparalleled rivalry in international cricket, spanning decades. With Nottinghamshire’s Stuart Broad likely to spearhead the England bowling attack, and the developing talents of batsmen James Taylor and Alex Hales on the international stage, there could well be a local flavour to proceedings.
It’s not all about the events on the field though. For one week only Nottingham comes alive with the spirit of cricket. With fans from across the world descending for the match, Nottingham will come alive with entertainment across the city for the occasion.
Days one to four of our Investec Test Match have sold out, though tickets for day five remain, at just £20 for adults across the ground with a full refund if there’s no play, we’d love to welcome you back to Trent Bridge in 2015.
As the #conference and #events industry continues to navigate the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve teamed up with the #UK Core Cities to create #HESUK, which will allow delegates to attend the same national event at different Covid-secure venues. https://t.co/rrQ22Q8O1b
🌳 The lovely @EastwoodHall has been highlighted in this feature about the UK’s best conference venues with vast outdoor spaces by @Conference_News (p12-13).
Eastwood Hall has 26 acres of pristine grounds, which can accommodate up to 500 delegates!
We were proud to showcase the very best of #Nottingham at @MeetEngland Virtual 2021.
🏹With a wide range of conference venues, clean and green public transport, a central location and history and legends, Nottingham is the ideal city for business events.
It was great to seen over 100 people attend @VisitNotts online events last week 👏 Have you missed our Visitor Economy Recovery Webinar and TXGB webinar last week?
You can listen to both online!
With some indoor and outdoor events hoped to return from 17th May, it won’t be long until we see corporate events and conferences taking place. #Nottingham’s @stageconnect have created a helpful checklist ✅ for planning outdoor events.
.@VisitNotts have a fantastic pipeline of marketing initiatives coming up in 2021 and 2022! https://t.co/HBu5LJM4CR
Hearing from Dan Simmons @TXGreatBritain about their online booking facility and how it will create a functional booking facility on the @VisitNotts visitor-facing website https://t.co/WFiQeJK5ZT
Delighted to hear an update from the CEO of @NottmCastle Sara Blair-Manning @sarablairmanni1 on the latest developments ahead of Nottingham Castle’s reopening this year! https://t.co/SDif3EzhLn
Hybrid Events Solutions initiative highlighted at todays Visitor Economy Recovery Webinar. We’re aiming to encourage event buyers to continue to run events using various virtual hubs throughout the UK. https://t.co/vPfih0taTf
Next up is Rachel Stewart giving an update on business visits and events and the sector recovery plans https://t.co/5Gtq4HXkDb
Hearing from @VisitNotts about the one year recovery plan for #Nottingham and #Nottinghamshire’s visitor economy! https://t.co/NjAe5UsNLL
Fantastic lineup of speakers today at our Visitor Economy Recovery Webinar! Welcome to everyone who is here with us today 👋 https://t.co/ecwtgRmDLr
We look forward to welcoming you to the Visitor Economy Recovery webinar at 11am today! We’ll be hearing from @NottmCastle, @VisitNotts & @TXGreatBritain
It’s your last chance to register if you haven’t already
Have you snapped any stunning shots of Nottingham?
@MarketingNottm_ are on the hunt for exceptional images to be part of a new online library.
Enter the #competition for the chance to #win one of 10
Find out more:https://t.co/YimrG3BxBX
Please join us at the Visitor Economy Recovery Webinar on Tuesday 9 March! We’ll be looking ahead towards the recovery of the tourism and visitor economy sectors with speakers from: Nottingham Castle Trust, TXGB & Visit Notts
Register for this event here: https://t.co/wPq2L6XA6k https://t.co/Ss9C6F6v5K
The Business Visits and Events Partnership @bvep_uk and the Institute of Event Management @IEMEventProfs have submitted proposed revisions to the ONS SOC2020 draft – an important first step towards official recognition of the sector.
Fantastic to see the gateway into #Nottingham undergoing a major transformation! It will provide a central, modern car park & bus station, new retail outlets & more. Business visitors will be able to enjoy it as soon as the works are complete and it’s safe to travel again! https://t.co/TgcZVwYRP2
If you’re attending MeetEngland Virtual today, don’t forget to stop by our stand to learn about what #Nottingham can offer to #event organisers!👋🏹 #eventprofs #eventprofsuk #meetingprofs
Register for the event and book an appointment with us
We can’t wait to welcome you to our virtual stand
@VisitEnglandBiz’s MeetEngland Virtual tomorrow & tell you why #Nottingham is a green city with a legendary past, a vibrant culture and a bright future! #WeAreNottingham
Book your appointment with us 👉
#Nottingham has joined forces with other English Core Cities to support the conference and events industry with the launch of Hybrid Event Solutions UK (HESUK); a free-of-charge initiative that provides a solution for delivering national hybrid events.