Beeston’s Chinese New Year celebration cancelled

chineseLiberty Leisure Limited have had to make the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Chinese New Year celebration event that was planned to take place in Beeston Square on 28th January.

“It is with a heavy heart that we have been forced to cancel this event and we sincerely apologise for any disappointment it will cause” said Interim Managing Director, Chris Laxton-Kane.

“I would like to reassure the local community that we are actively planning on 2017 programme of events which will be available soon, including the ever-popular Hemlock Happening on 10th June and other events across the summer.”

There will be a variety of Chinese New Year Celebrations taking place in and around Nottingham including the Temple Fair in the Market Square at Nottingham on Saturday 21st January 11am-5pm and a family event at the Civic Centre in Arnold on Saturday 28th January 1-4.30pm plus a variety of celebrations at Lakeside Arts Centre/ University Of Nottingham. Please visit www.lakesidearts.org.uk for further information.

For further information contact the Liberty Leisure Events Team on 0115 917 3695 or email  events@liberty-leisure.org.uk and see the Nottingham Post’s account.

About Sue Sambells

Editor of Bramcote Today. Trustee of Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch. Lead Coordinator for RVR, Bramcote - Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
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2 Responses to Beeston’s Chinese New Year celebration cancelled

  1. Steve Carr says:

    Well I am glad that Liberty Leisure are planning events for 2017 as we are now in 2017!

    Is there any reason given because as a Borough Councillor and Leader of one of the Groups this is the first I have heard of this! Which I think is pretty poor but not entirely surprising.

  2. Steve Carr says:

    Well I am glad that Liberty Leisure are planning events for 2017 as we are now in 2017!

    Is there any reason given because as a Borough Councillor and Leader of one of the Groups this is the first I have heard of this! Which I think is pretty poor but not entirely surprising.

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