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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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