Top 5 #LoveNotts Photos of the Week – March 20

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Here in Nottinghamshire, we’re lucky to have some incredible photographers and visitors, who skillfully capture the beauty and stories of our fantastic county. We love sharing their images with you, and so, in the first of a new series, we’ve handpicked our top five favourite images this week!

Remember to share your snaps and instas with #LoveNotts if you want a chance to be featured!
Watch this week’s round up, and read some more info on the photos below:

The first photo comes from mikebeardphoto and captures Lady Bay Bridge, under a spectacular starry sky. Next, Visit Nottinghamshire’s own Elle Taylor shares a snap of Robin Hood and Little John pitch-side with our Visit England Tourism Superstar contender, during the recent Nottingham Forest and Derby County grudge match.

Karl is the landlord of the incredible Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem – one of the country’s most characterful pubs. Give Karl your vote here, it only takes a second!

The third photo this week comes from twolittlemagpies and features the famous Robin Hood statue, which stands outside Nottingham Castle. Next, a sign that Spring has well and truly arrived courtesy of this photo from willsamanda, which captures Newark Castle framed by pink blossom.

This week’s final image is from acclaimed chef Sat Bains, who captures a pretty scene outside his restaurant.

Thanks to everyone for sharing their images, and don’t forget to follow us on instagram.com/lovenotts for more!

Posted on 21 March 2017
Featured author: Alistair

Originally from Preston - but now calling Nottingham home – Alistair’s a St Helens rugby league fan who loves travel and music.

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