Our new Nottinghamshire souvenir Pinterest board!

In Notts we love little mementos of our time here so whether you’re a life-long Notts resident, a tourist roaming through Sherwood Forest or someone who’s moved away and wants a little something to remind them of home then why not check out the Tourism Centre’s new souvenir Pinterest board.

Ey Up Mi Duck!

Ey Up Mi Duck!

We have everything from ‘Ey Up Mi Duck’ mugs and bags to local artwork by artists from around Nottinghamshire, all of which are available from the Nottingham Tourism Centre, Smithy Row. We also have a wide range of local produce from places such as Tuxford Windmill and Pitchfork’s Pickles and also sell beautiful examples of Nottingham’s iconic laceware. If you can’t get to the Tourism Centre then some items are available to order by mail (see individual items for more details, alternatively call us on 08444 77 5678 or email us at tourist.information@nottinghamcity.gov.uk)

The ‘Visit Notts Shop board’ can be found on Experience Nottinghamshire’s Pinterest page, alongside photos and snippets of all things Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. The page and board are constantly updated with new items so do follow us and check back for more inspiration >> pinterest.com/experiencenotts/visit-notts-shop


Posted on 04 July 2013
Featured author: Dane Information Assistant

Born, bred and buttered in Northumberland but now based in Nottingham. Happiest eating cheese or behind the wheel.

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