Goose Fair is held the first Wednesday to Sunday in October of each year on the Nottm City Forest Recreation Ground, it’s the second largest travelling fair in the UK






Nottinghamshire is a tourist attraction for Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest of course, but there are other features both old and new that bring in the visitors…

See the blog or the official tourist link below.

Nottinghamshire Bus Journeys are covered by Trent Barton buses mostly. See the opening times page

Not all of the links can be added here for copyright reasons but the tourism website does have lots of info.

Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest

Trent Bridge Cricket

The Tennis Tournament and Tennis Centre

The Nottingham University and Nottingham Trent University

The Lace Market

The Theatre Royal, The Nottingham Playhouse and The Nottingham Arena

Ice Hockey in the Arena Ice Rink with the Nottingham Panthers

Nottingham Forest and Nottingham County Football Clubs


Lots of cool nightclubs

Shopping Malls, The Victoria Centre and The Broad Marsh Centre

Holme Pierrepont Watersports Centre

lots of Green Spaces…. The Dukeries   …. Thoresby Park, Clumber Park and Rufford Abbey

Nottingham Castle

Historical Places and Market Towns




Industrial Heritage  … the Railway Centre near Ruddington

and many more.

and there is a printed and online County Magazine

and of course, the County Council leisure and tourist website link

See the Wollaton_nottm twitter and the ‘followed’ list. If you would like your own twitter list there is one available.


Photos taken at Goose Fair and by the river at Gunthorpe Lock

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