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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

Tuesday 16th December -The Dales Christmas Celebrations

Come and join us for the Christmas lights switch on, outside Sneinton Police Station on Sneinton Dale. Tuesday 16th December 2014 1.30pm. Christmas tree lights with children, young people and Santa. 6.30pm. Everyone welcome. Come and sing carols around the tree with Santa for the Christmas street lights switch on at 6.30pm

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Saturday 20th December -Winter in Narrow Marsh

Want a break from Christmas shopping this festive season? Come and experience our new actor led tour exploring Victorian life in Nottingham's most notorious slum - Narrow Marsh. Take a journey back in time and stand trial in our original Victorian courtrooms, delve deep into our prison cells, caves and dungeons and see Nottingham's horrible history brought to life before your very eyes! .

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Saturday 20th December- CChristmas Biscuits

Come join us at the windmill and learn how to make your very own biscuits in the shape of Xmas decorations! They promise to be tasty treats for both children and adults! Drop-in. For 3+.

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Our Activities

Please contact the shop to make a booking with their very own personal stylist!

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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