News & Events Test your dino knowledge with the Flying Horse Walk dinosaur hunt
Flying Horse Walk will be hosting a special dinosaur hunt as part of the It's in Nottingham Independents Festival.
To celebrate the It’s in Nottingham’s Independent Festival, Flying Horse Walk will be transformed into a tooth-tastic dinosaur hunt.
Visitors will be taken on a Jurassic discovery as they try to spot the variety of dinosaurs inside each Flying Horse Walk independent business.
There will be 10 miniature dinosaurs to find – the challenge is to test your dinosaur knowledge and match the type of dinosaur to the name of the store it’s hiding in.
Guests will be able to take part by picking up an entry form from The Cheese Shop, in the arcade. There will also be a box inside the shop to post completed entries.
The winner of the dinosaur hunt will receive a goody bag full of treats from the stores in Flying Horse Walk. The lucky person will be announced on Tuesday 11 July via the official Flying Horse Walk Facebook page and through email.
The dinosaur hunt is taking place as part of the It's in Nottingham Independents Festival. There will be various live entertainment and activities across Nottingham city centre and in various independent businesses.
Flying Horse Walk is home to a number of proud local independents, including The Cheese Shop, 200 Degrees, Gigi Bottega, Jolie Lingerie, Pearl Boutique, Brik Squared Barbershop, Cathy Stephens Jewellery, George Thornton Art, Inspired, Brew Cavern and Apalts.
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