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Guided Walk Around Historic Sneinton

Green's Windmill and Science Centre, Windmill Lane, Sneinton, Nottingham, NG2 4QB
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Saturday 23 March 2024 | 2-4pm
Green's Windmill and Science Centre
£5 per person

Join Champion of Nottingham, local hero and Chairman of Green's Windmill Trust Tom Huggon for a guided walk around historic Sneinton.

This walk will take in St Stephen's Church, Bendigo Statue, the birthplace of William Booth and the heart of the conservation area amongst others, and will provide the opportunity to learn about some of the hidden gems and little known facts of this fascinating district.

Duration: 2 hours Cost: £5 per person (pay on the day) Age: 16+

The walk will leave from Green's Windmill millyard at 2pm and will end in the same place at approximately 4pm.

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