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A visit to the Mulberry Tree Cafe

On a recent sunny Sunday, my friend and I decided to visit somewhere new for the afternoon, and we headed to the Mulberry Tree Café in the grounds of picturesque…

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Up, up, and away with Central Helicopters

My other half is a tad obsessed with cars, motorbikes, tanks; basically a fan of anything with an engine that either goes like the clappers or is a military vehicle.…

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Countdown to Robin Hood Festival

It’s that time of year again and this year’s Annual Robin Hood Festival gets underway on Monday 1st August 2016. It will be packed full of events and activities for…

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New Robin Hood Film – Rumour Round-Up

We always love to keep up to date with rumblings in the world of Robin Hood, and with the last major Hollywood venture into Sherwood Forest coming with Ridley Scott's…...

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  • nottinghamshire-wildflower-fields_19421315681_o Posted on 22 July 2016

    Breathe in Nottinghamshire this National Countryside Week

    It’s the official Prince’s Countryside Fund #NationalCountrysideWeek from July 18th to Sunday 24th and people across the country are celebrating the beautiful British landscape.  We’re joining in the love by sharing some of the best of rural Nottinghamshire in pictures.

    From manicured country estates to wildflower meadows and the mighty Sherwood Forest, our county is the perfect a picture postcard, so grab your camera, pack a picnic, bring your dog and come and breathe in Nottinghamshire!

    Kelham Hall and Country Park

    Attenborough Nature Reserve 

    By Alan Metheringham

    Lime Tree Avenue at Clumber Park

    Thoresby Hall

    By Terry Smith

    Hodsock Priory

    Welbeck Estate

    Rufford Abbey

    Rushcliffe Country Park

  • newstead Posted on 19 July 2016

    Things to do this Weekend 22nd – 24th July

    We’re happy to see a lovely summer day again today, and with sun out we know that most of you are thinking to spend your time outside. With this in mind we’ve prepared a list of outdoor activities that you can enjoy with family and fiends this coming weekend.

    Don’t forget to give us a follow on FacebookTwitter and Instagram, and share your experiences with us using #LoveNotts.

    1. Newstead Abbey and Nottingham Castle will once again host a programme of live theatre in their picturesque grounds. Starting with Macbeth on Friday 22nd, Much Ado About Nothing on

  • NT-01 Posted on 15 July 2016

    A National Trust Summer

    For decades The National Trust has been opening up and sharing the history of some of the most unique heritage sites in Great Britain.

    With the summer holidays just around the corner, we’re shining a spotlight on four regional treasures where we’ve spent some of our best days out.
    The Workhouse

    The most complete workhouse in existence, Southwell Workhouse is a living history of some of the poorest people in Victorian Britain.

    The Workhouse hosts regular events for visitors of all ages, recounting stories of real people who came to the institution. Follow an audio guide and meet inmates as you work your way through the atmospheric rooms and afterwards,

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Tour of the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum

On a sunny Friday morning I ventured into the town of Eastwood to find out more about the famous D.H. Lawrence. I’ve heard a lot about him and read some of his books but never actually knew much about his life and background. I was really looking forward to the day ahead. The small ex-mining…

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Enjoying the fruit of the Orchard’s labour at Bramleys Brasserie

We weren’t going to pass on the opportunity to sample the new summer menu when my colleague Sarah and I were invited recently by our friends over at Bramleys Brasserie. Apples flourish in Orchards, so very appropriate the DeVere Venues Orchard Hotel named its restaurant after the juicy, sour and world renowned Bramley Apple, first…