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Anime & Manga clubs, shops and so on in Nottinghamshire.

Nottingham Anime & Manga Society

Nottingham Anime & Manga Society

Website: http://www.namsoc.org.uk
Forum: http://www.namsoc.dreamhosters.com/phpBB2a

NAMSOC meet every Tuesday to watch a variety of Japanese animation (Anime) on a large projection screen including from popular TV series, films, and the latest releases. The society also has an extensive library of manga, DVDs, soundtracks, and games.

SFFS

SFFS

Website: http://www.su-web.nottingham.ac.uk/~scifi
Forum: http://www.su-web.nottingham.ac.uk/~scifi/phpbb

Nottingham University's Science Fiction and Fantasy Club. Currently showing anime every Monday in a catchy named-section they call 'Monday Otaku'.