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  1. Retford

    Retford

    The ancient market town of Retford was granted its first charter (the right to hold a fair) by Henry III in 1246. This was extended by Edward I in 1275 to holding a Saturday market: a tradition that continues today. The town features fine Georgian...

  2. Southwell

    Southwell

    Southwell has many elegant Regency houses but its architectural jewel is the Minster church, boasting some of the best medieval stone carving in England. Just outside town is the Workhouse, an authentic 19th Century institution restored by the...

  3. Eastwood

    Eastwood

    One of the most famous writers of the 20th century was DH Lawrence, whose groundbreaking novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover changed English literature for ever. When Lawrence was growing up in Eastwood, this part of Nottinghamshire was dominated by the...

  4. Kirton

    Newark

    Kirton is a small village near Ollerton giving it a quaint charm within easy reach of the main Sherwood Forest attractions. There is a small church which holds parish records useful for researchers of ancestral tourism and a countryside pub in the...

  5. Nottingham

    Nottingham

    Nottingham is the main core city for the East Midlands region. It's home to a wealth of shopping and cultural experiences, from Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery to Nottingham Contemporary, the City of Caves and the Galleries of Justice...

  6. Darlton

    Newark

    Darlton is a tiny village in the north east of Nottinghamshire close to the historic Trent Vale area and nearby villages of East Markham and Tuxford. On 28 June 2012, the Olypic Torch passes through the village as the first place in Nottinghamshire...

  7. Newark

    Great North Road, Newark


    Situated on the banks of the River Trent, Newark is a picturesque town steeped in history. The ruins of Newark Castle have had a huge influence on the unique character of the town. Though the current remains were built in the early 12th century,...

  8. Mansfield

    Mansfield

    Mansfield is the largest town in Nottinghamshire, lying on the river Maun from which it gets it's name. The focal point of the town centre is the market square which is surrounded by a commercial shopping centre. Local attractions include Mansfield...

  9. Edwinstowe

    Edwinstowe


    Edwinstowe  - Robin Hood’s Village

    Edwinstowe is an historic village in the heart of Sherwood Forest, the home of Robin Hood. Legend has it that it was here, at the beautiful medieval church of St Mary, that Robin married Maid Marian. The High...

  10. Worksop

    Memorial Avenue, Worksop

    Believed to have been in existence since Anglo Saxon times, this unique market town in the north of Nottinghamshire is aptly dubbed the ‘gateway to the Dukeries’. This influence is even reflected in the town centre.

    At Bridge Street and Bridge...

  11. Hucknall

    South Street, Hucknall


    Hucknall is a town to the north of Nottingham and is famous for it's industrial links to the Nottinghamshire coal mining heritage.

    It is the birth place of composer Eric Coates and St. Mary Magdalene Church is the burial place of Lord Byron. His...

  12. Grantham

    Grantham

    Grantham is an attractive town on the border with Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire. Within easy access of the A1 the town has some excellent close by attractions including the National Trust Property Belton House and the De Vere Belton Woods hotel...

  13. Willoughby on the Wolds

    Loughborough

    Willoughby on the Wolds is a small village in Nottinghamshire, England, on the border with Leicestershire.

    The last major Civil War skirmish in Nottinghamshire took place on 5th July 1648 in this picturesque village. Sir Philip Monckton led some...

  14. Laxton

    Laxton, Newark


    Laxton – England’s Last Open Field Village

     

    Laxton is a small village situated in the north of Nottinghamshire. It is the only village in England that still operates the medieval ‘open field’ farming system whereby the three fields are...

  15. Attenborough

    Nottingham

    Attenborough is a village and a suburb in the Broxtowe borough of Nottinghamshire. It forms part of Greater Nottingham, and is to the southwest of the city of Nottingham, between Long Eaton (to the southwest) and Beeston (to the northeast).

    Henry...

  16. East Markham

    Newark


    The Village of East Markham is located near Tuxford and Retford in north Nottinghamshire and sits within the Bassetlaw district. A conservation area, it has good walking and cycling routes and is very picturesque.

    Local attractions include...

  17. Radcliffe On Trent

    Nottingham

    Radcliffe is located near West Bridgford on the outskirts of Nottingham. The village retains quite a good community feel and the main street is very active with the Black Lion Pub a central feature.

    Given its location at the south east side of...

  18. Tuxford

    Newark

    Tuxford is an old coaching town in the north of Nottinghamshire between Newark and Retford and around a minute from the A1.

    The quaint village was once a hub for travellers and boasted four railway stations. Today, it is a great destination for...

  19. Bingham

    Nottingham

    Bingham is a small town to the East of Nottingham and provides excellent access some stunning countryside in the nearby Vale of Belvoir as well as attractions near Grantham such as Belton House.

  20. Kelham

    Newark


    Kelham is a small village on the main road between Newark and Farnsfield, which is famed for its involvement in the Civil War. When King Charles I surrendered at Southwell in 1647, he was held at Kelham Hall by the Scots. Kelham Hall is a famous...

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