Take a look at these bank holiday weekend attractions in Nottinghamshire

Get up with the lark, check out top dogs or watch movies under the stars.

By Gay Bolton
Tuesday, 30th April 2019, 7:01 pm
Updated Tuesday, 30th April 2019, 7:10 pm
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Whatever takes your fancy you'll find it in Nottinghamshire this bank holiday weekend. Check out our guide.

Celebrate International Dawn Chorus Day by getting up with the lark and walking around Sherwood Forest from 5am to 7.30am.
Celebrate International Dawn Chorus Day by getting up with the lark and walking around Sherwood Forest from 5am to 7.30am.
Take your little ones to meet Chase and Marshall from Paw Patrol at White Post Farm, Farnsfield, on Sunday.
Put your hound through its paces in hay bale racing and have a go agility at the Glastonjerry Fun Dog Festival at Newstead Abbey on Sunday and Monday.
Power Rangers Jason David Frank and Amy Jo Johnson, Dr Who star Sylvester McCoy and Lost In Space star Toby Stephens will be at Em-Con in Nottingham Motorpoint Arena on Saturday and Sunday.
The Kingdom Choir will be joined by Mansfield's Cantamus Girls Choir at Nottingham's Royal Concert Hall on Sunday.
If you love old vehicles then head for Thoresby Park on Sunday for a classic car and motorcycle show.
Film fans can enjoy outdoor screenings of Shrek on Sunday and Bohemian Rhapsody on Sunday at Rufford Abbey.
Olly Murs performs at Nottingham Motorpoint Arena on Monday. He's back there for a second show on Tuesday.