August 19th, 2014
Thousands of visitors descended on University Park for May Fest, Nottingham’s open day for the community.
Events Manager Clare Anderton said: “Year on year this event has grown and I hope even more people keep coming.
“As well as the little ones, we have tried even harder this year to engage with older children at senior school or college-level to show them what further education can offer and get them excited about a future here.”
It was a challenging day for Steve Wright — the University chauffeur cycled 250 miles in 24 hours astride a static trainer in aid of Children’s Brain Tumour Research, the cause supported by this summer’s Life Cycle 4 riders.
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