Book Lovers are in for a Treat!

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If you’re a bookworm – or just someone who enjoys reading fantastic novels – then you’re definitely in for a treat this Winter! We at Snizl host exciting competitions all the time, with prizes ranging from outdoor adventures like helicopter rides to small gadgets and gizmos like beard baubles: and currently we have 4 award-winning [Read more…]

National Curry Week Across The Midlands

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National Curry Week is an important period of time. The curry dish is widely appreciated all over the world and first took place in October 1998 founded by Peter Grove. The main idea behind National Curry Week is the vision of drive, awareness and appreciation of the ever-growing Indian┬árestaurant industry, whilst also raising funds for [Read more…]

Apple Day 2018!

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Pink Ladies, Granny Smith, Gala and Honeycrisp  – they’re all from the same fruit family. Some sweet, some bitter, some soft and some tart! The day of the Apple is upon us all, let the slicing, cutting and crunching commence! Apple Day is an annual celebration of the commonly known fruit which hangs from our trees [Read more…]

“Quick, To The Bar, It’s Stoptober!”

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Yes, we know that title sounds a little funny, but it’s only because, on this month, Stoptober will be taking place for many people around us, in order for them to improve their health and relationship with drink and smoking to make a change that could stay for life! This October, it’s time to move [Read more…]

Drive-In movies haven’t really been a roaring success in the UK, what with our changing weather conditions from cold to rain to wind every so often, but, after some careful planning and plenty of anticipation, following from one of our best summers in recorded British history, the East Midlands has now welcomed and set up a huge outdoor [Read more…]

Mexican food is delicious, we all know that. But what’s the best thing on the Mexican food menu? Well, that debate is another. The margin for Mexican food is HUGE, and there are so many traditional and modernised dishes we all enjoy. But, the one Mexican dish that can never go wrong, or never taste [Read more…]

Ahhh, my inner child screams when I see that Goose Fair is only a few weeks away. When I was a child, being brought up in Nottingham meant that Goose Fair has always been the highly anticipated ‘thing’ to do in October. As the autumn leaves are falling, and as the winter coats are being [Read more…]

Ilkeston is a small, friendly, miners town in the South of Derbyshire, but what really brings the people together every year, is their wonderful Charter Fair. The Ilkeston Charter Fair has been a running celebration of the town for over 700 years! During the stretch of a week, the Town Centre is filled with screams of [Read more…]

A Love of Reading

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National read a book day is on the 6th September, and to me, this is probably one of the most important days on earth! (besides pancake day) Why? Because reading is like breathing! 7 billion people do it constantly, almost every second, every day of our lives. But now, it’s rare to find a true [Read more…]