Breathe in Nottinghamshire this National Countryside Week

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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 picture postcard, so grab your camera, pack a picnic, bring your dog and come and breathe in Nottinghamshire!

Kelham Hall and Country Park

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Attenborough Nature Reserve 

By Alan Metheringham

By Alan Metheringham

Lime Tree Avenue at Clumber Park

Thoresby Hall

Thoresby Hall, credit Terry Smith, 15.10.2012

By Terry Smith

Hodsock Priory

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Welbeck Estate

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Rufford Abbey

Rufford Abbey in the sunshine

Rushcliffe Country Park

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Holme Pierrepont Hall

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Ratcliffe on Soar, near Gotham

Rolling Fields - High Res

Sherwood Forest

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Newstead Abbey

Newstead Abbey

Wollaton Hall and Deer Park

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By Gerry Molumby

Posted on 22 July 2016
Featured author: Jessie

Nottingham native and fan of all things music, arts and animal related.

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