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Nottinghamshire is best known for its most celebrated son- legendary folk hero Robin Hood. Although only the restored gatehouse and some foundations remain of Nottingham Castle, it’s impossible not to get swept away by the romance and history of the area. No visit to Nottinghamshire could be complete without spending some time in Sherwood Forest, Robin Hood’s former stomping ground

The region is also home to Hardwick Hall, which is rich in Elizabethan history

Nottinghamshire isn’t all just about history, though– there’s plenty to keep you occupied once you tire of castles and folklore. Nottingham is known as the Queen of the Midlands and is one of the top ten most visited cities in Britain. As well as fantastic shopping opportunities, Nottingham reputedly has more restaurants, bars and pubs per square mile than any other city in Europe, making it a perfect destination for foodies. Meander around the region’s market towns enjoying superb local produce, or visit Michelin-starred delights like Sat Bains for a special occasion. 

Please note, only festivals from today's date are shown below.

Food, Drink & Antique Fair

Local stall holders, food, drink, antiques, rides, games, family fun


Newark Street and Food and Drink Fest

A selection of the best street food and drink vendors ion the region.


The Nottingham Food & Drink Festival

Nottingham puts on an astounding line up for their second food festival.


Festival of Food and Drink Clumber Park

Walk in as Robin Hood, walk out as Friar Tuck – Sherwood Forest hosts feast like no other this September.


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