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White Stuff Nottingham
21-23 Bridlesmith Gate
Phone: 0115 933 8700
Opening times:
Mon09:30 - 18:00
Tues09:30 - 18:00
Weds09:30 - 18:00
Thurs09:30 - 18:00
Fri09:30 - 18:00
Sat09:30 - 18:00
Sun11:00 - 17:00
Welcome to White Stuff Nottingham
What's in this shop: Kids areaSeating areaLocal Stuff (noticeboard)Dog bowlCinemaCoffee shopThemed dressing roomsTea trolleyWifi
Sweet shopPersonal styling About our store facilities

Our Community

Wednesday 27 Aug 2014 - Join us at the beach

Make, create and have fun in the sun, then join the zebra bus.

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Friday 29th August - Sun 31st August 2014 – Scooby-Doo! The Mystery of the Pyramid – Theatre Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

Scooby-Doo and the gang are back by popular demand and with even more Spooky Mystery and fun - this time in the Pyramids - The Cartoon Classic Comes to Life! With hilarious physical comedy, popular tunes and special effects, the whole family will enjoy this new episode live on stage.

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Saturday 30th – Sunday 31st August 2014 – Mela Weekender

Since Nottingham launched the first national Mela in 1988, the annual festival celebrates South Asian arts and culture through vibrant events and activities across Nottingham. This year’s Mela festival coincides with the One-Day International India vs. England cricket match at Trent Bridge, to present a weekend of Culture, Games and History. Visitors can enjoy an exciting selection of food, film, theatre, music, digital projects, family workshops, and visual arts. This year’s Mela Festival weekend stretches across 3 venues over 2 days: Trent Bridge, Victoria, Embankment, & New Art Exchange.

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Our Activities

Saturday 30 August 2014 - Looming Fun!

Learn how to make Loom Bands. All proceeds go to our local charity, PASIC.

Our Charity

Registered Charity no. 506778

About Parents' Association for Seriously Ill Children (PASIC)
PASIC is a parent-led charity, based at Nottingham Children's Hospital. It provides practical, financial and social support to children and young people with cancer, their parents and carers.

How White Stuff funding is used

  • To help parents dealing with financial hardships as a result of needing to reduce or give up work to care for their sick child

  • To help children and their parents deal with the impact of diagnosis and the associated isolation of hospital stays

  • To improve the well-being and confidence of children and their families by arranging parties, social events and day trips

  • To provide practical support, advice and signposting to other sources of assistance


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