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Beeston, Nottinghamshire

Review of Beeston by martin walmsley on November 29th, 2007
Nice Town, Quite Busy, lots of Buisness users, Large Companies located here. Easy Transport access to Trains and local Airport. Plenty of open spaces and decent housing to be found. nice range of shops and only 3 miles outside of Nottingham City Centre. Lots of Major Development taking place ,including housing, commerce and planned Tram system link to City. Check out www.urtown.co.uk for more info

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Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire

Review of Kirkby-in-Ashfield by dave on May 13th, 2007
Kirkby used to be such a great place but after visiting there recently what has happened. Didnt meet many people there but do see quite a few who visit where i live and they dont seem to have changed still some of the best, but the place itself looks desolate and run down.

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Mansfield, Nottinghamshire

Review of Mansfield by Barbara Kirby on December 30th, 2009
I have returned to live in Mansfield. I have been very impressed by what the town has to offer. The shopping centre is a perfect size with a great range of shops and a variety of market days. There are many innovations in the town such as entertainment for children and a fascinating museum which I think has won many awards.There are many sporting clubs and a very active theatre. My local park has amazing facilities that I enjoy using every day. Come to Mansfield ....it will be worth it!!!!!!

Review of Mansfield by Jane Kelly on January 30th, 2008
I left Mansfield over 11 years ago and have been back many times. I have seen the town centre change for the worse with shops closing and a no longer bustling market. There were only a handful of stalls left and the market place looked very empty. If I didn't want to visit family and friends I can honestly say I would not go back at all.

Review of Mansfield by MR HAYNES on June 11th, 2006
EVEN THOUGH THEY GAVE GOOD RESULTS SAYING A HISTORIC MARKET TOWN I FOuND MANSFIELD TO BE LACKING IN MARKET STALLS ABOUT 50 IF NOT LESS. THE CAR PARK PRICES ARE STUPID @.70 TO 1.00 AN HOUR IF YOU CAN GET A SPACE. THE CONCIL HAS TAKEN ALL THE CAR PARK SPACES AWAY AND WHAT IS LEFT IS TAKEN BY THE STORE WORKERS . TO BE HONEST I LIVED ALL MY LIFE IN MANSFIELD BUT HAVE TO ADMIT THAT CHESTERFIELD IS A BETTER MARKET AND SHOPPING CENTRE.

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Newark, Nottinghamshire

Review of Newark by peter edlin on July 1st, 2009
fozcabs are very good never let you down always help you with any shopping.the cabs are always clean & the drivers are always very polite.

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Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Review of Nottingham by pauline on January 12th, 2011
I have been using Bilborough market for quite a few years now and over that time it has gone downhill prior to Christmas 2010 there were 14/15 stalls but last Thursday 06/01/2011 there was only 8 stalls and after talking to a stallholder I was informed that 3 stall holders had packed in. In the read up it states 25 pitches there might be that amount but there has never been 25 stallholders

Review of Nottingham by Mari on February 5th, 2010
I recently stayed at the Days Hotel Nottingham and what a great find. The hotel is right slap bang in the middle of the city so your in the heart of everything happening. The rooms are great with lovely views over the city too. Breakfast is a must a proper English breakfast. The staff are fantastic too. If I had to write a downside, is that there isn't any on-site parking but most of the hotels in Nottingham are like this! Great value all round.

Review of Nottingham by Lisa Peet on June 29th, 2008
i was looking to take my mother and children on a tour of the caves in the city, butlike everything else it costs a fortune and i feel i need to express my upset at not being able to enjoy the experience of the caves and a look back in time, within my citys heritage due to the expense. I have been papying taxes to the city since my first job and continue to do this yet i am being pursued for more money to explore my city, i feel times have changed and the city is in a robin hood state of mind

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Plungar, Nottinghamshire

Review of Plungar by amanda on May 3rd, 2007
This village is going the way of many. Constant building/renovation of houses. There are no houses for first time buyers or those on average incomes. The children brought up in village stand no chance of ever living there when they grow up. 100% of the local authority housing has been sold and is not being replaced.

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Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire

Review of Radcliffe-on-Trent by Maggie on August 6th, 2006
We visited this campsite in Aug 2006 with a large group of friends and their children. We were pitched in the paddock which has spacious pitches around a large grassed area. The area was brilliant for playing rounders and cricket. We had several children over the age of 10, who were well able to hit the ball, but they never managed to hit it anywhere near any of the pitches. It was lovely that they could play within site of our tents and caravans. The pool was also very popular, yes it was cold, but that didn't seem to bother the kids who were desperate to visit each day. The children enjoyed the free range chickens that wandered around, and were impressed when the farrier came to shoe the horses. All in all they had a lovely time and can't wait to visit again. I booked the site after reading Thornton's Holt website, but was concerned when I later read the reviews on this website. However having just spent a week at the site, I would not hesitate to recommend this site to anyone looking for a child friendly campsite. The facilities may not be up to caravan club standards, but they were always clean. The showers were hot and had good pressure. (I was able to shower and wash my hair for 20p.) The shop was well stocked with basics, anything else could be purchased from a large Morrisons about 3-4 miles away. The site produce their own information book which tells you not only about the site, but also information about the local area.

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Southwell, Nottinghamshire

Review of Southwell by Jo on February 25th, 2009
I love Southwell, it has everthing you need (apart from children's shoes). History, romance, countryside, fine dining and shopping.

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Teversal, Nottinghamshire

Review of Teversal by Mr Bostock on December 14th, 2010
We booked a table for four people Thursday 09/12/10for dinner we all thought were secodd rate sprouts still froze other veg cold one sweet cold ,and were sent back overall 2 star

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Worksop, Nottinghamshire

Review of Worksop by Gareth Phillips on November 14th, 2006
Most people slagg Worksop off, but I think life is what you make it. Where you are doesn't really matter. There's some really good pubs. Like the Unicorn. What else can I say?

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