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David Marsland Sep 6
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BBC Radio Nottingham Sep 7
Here's what you need to know about stage 7 of the as it heads around Nottinghamshire
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Keyworth Parish Sep 8
What a great day this has been - and what a turnout by our village! More pictures and videos to come
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🐮Richard Newbold🚜 Sep 1
Ok, the yellow bike thing round Cropwell Bishop for the . When does it stop being a nice touch & starts to look a little bit tacky?
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Dani Green Sep 8
Great viewpoint right outside my house!
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markdennison Sep 8
That was fun, thank you Southwell...lovely people, a decent millionaire’s shortbread..and a few cyclists too (& I’d almost forgotten how much fun it is to “pad” for 10 minutes!)
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BBC Radio Nottingham Sep 8
The heads on a 134 mile route around Nottinghamshire shortly. Here's the route:
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Rushcliffe Council Sep 26
Here is two-and-a-half year old George with Mum Sarah from . He loved our bright posters so much he asked if he could have one for his bedroom wall! It's our pleasure George!
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FeargusTheMusical Sep 8
We had a brilliant morning in Keyworth supporting ! What a fantastic turnout in the village!
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Newark Advertiser Sep 8
Watch the cyclists go through Southwell
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Newark and Sherwood DC Sep 8
A final word to thank all the police motorbike riders today who closed the roads, entertained the crowds and kept everyone safe - great job, thank you.
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Radcliffe on Trent Sep 8
Good luck to all passing today in the tour of Britain
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Andy Wright Sep 8
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markdennison Sep 8
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West Bridgford Wire Sep 8
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Luisa Marija Sep 8
Of all of the people, in all of today’s massive crowds at the Fancy seeing you !
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totleyteam Sep 8
Live water bottle attack from the peleton passing Norwell
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Rushcliffe Council Oct 30
The stage 7 start in saw over £400,000 spent in the local economy during its visit in September, race organisers have confirmed. Over 35,000 people attended the event, spending on average in excess of £45. More here:
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Mike Clark Sep 8
The village of Plumtree gave a great reception
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Arch Communications Sep 10
What a fantastic atmosphere it was this weekend with the in .
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