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76 Places to Visit in Nottinghamshire | Directory

Situated in the East Midlands, Nottinghamshire is an unspoilt county with plenty of opportunities for great day trips. Steeped in lore and legend,the area has attractions that are ancient and industrial, small and grand. Notable places to visit include the Sherwood Forest - This is Robin Hood Country - vibrant Nottingham and the Dukeries

Eastwood | Edwinstowe | Farnsfield | Langar | Mansfield | Mattersey | Newark | Nottingham | Ravenshead | Retford | Southwell | Sutton-in-Ashfield | Worksop

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Birthplace of: William Booth, Thomas Cranmer, D H Lawrence, John Ogdon, Donald Pleasence, Thomas W Robertson, Paul Sandby, Doug Scott, Alan Sillitoe, Jayne Torvill, John Blow, Richard Bonington, Jesse Boot, Tom Browne, Samuel Butler, Eric Coates, Frank Cousins, Graham Taylor, Richard Beckinsale, Christopher Dean, Viv Anderson, Catherine Gore, George Green, Marshall Hall, Alister Hardy, Su Pollard, Denzil Holles, Godfrey Hounsfield, Henry Ireton, Harold Larwood, Arthur Mee, John Pye, John Robinson, Thomas Sandby, Robert Lowe, Harold Shipman, Dale Winton, Ken Clarke, Nathan Robertson, Rebecca Adlington, Keith Alexander, Richard Bacon, Mathew Horne, Jamie Baulch, Stuart Broad, Lee Westwood, Sherrie Hewson, Mary King, Sam Oldham,

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Langar

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Southwell

Sutton-in-Ashfield

Worksop

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