Tudor Lodge Hotel

400 Nuthall Rd, Nottingham, NG8 5DS, United Kingdom
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Forum Posts

Where to buy birthday cakes?

by mark711

Hi all

Any ideas where in Nottingham (preferably the city centre) I can buy birthday cakes?

Thanks!

Mark

RE: Where to buy birthday cakes?

by BerniShand

you should be able to buy them at any large supermarket

RE: Where to buy birthday cakes?

by thesubtleknife

There is only one supermarket in the city centre - Tesco in the Victoria shopping centre. They do sell birthday cakes if you want a ready made one.

If you want one made to order try Birds Bakery at 5 The Poultry, Nottingham, NG1 2HW, Tel: 0115 9502968 (near the Market Square / Council House). You will have to order it in advance though.

Travel Tips for Nottingham

Disney's 'Robin Hood'

by CliffClaven

Old Cliffie is always ready to sit down with the little Clavens when they want to watch Disney's 'Robin Hood'. It's a gem of a film, unremitting fun, with no really evil characters to scare the tots and enough action to keep their more bloodthirsty older brothers and sisters happy. There's a definite innocence about this 1973 film, totally geared to a younger audience, unlike the annual animated features that the Disney studio began to churn out in the 1990s.

The Bandstand

by iwys

The bandstand in the grounds of Nottingham Castle was built in Victorian times when the gardens were opened as a recreational park for local people. Bands used to entertain promenaders here at weekends. Brass bands still give occasional performances here.

Bar in a Church

by iwys about Pitcher and Piano

The Pitcher and Piano is one of the most unusual bar restaurants in Britain, as it is in a church. The building was originally built as a Unitarian chapel, and its spire dominates the Nottingham skyline. You can sit in a pew, sipping cocktails, with a beautiful stained glass window in the background. It is a popular early evening place, before people move onto the noisier clubs in the city centre.

You may see the name elsewhere as it is part of a chain of 25 bars across England and Wales, but they are not all in churches.

Sightseeing

by redtrike1

This type of holiday is not about rushing about. what it is about is peace and quite and a bit of fun on the side.
Before you do think about hiring a boat, then you should carefully consider what you want to see and do during the time that you have, and also where you want to do it. Remeber that the speed of the boat is only just a bit faster than walking pace.
When you have decided what you want to see and do then hire the boat from the marina nearest to the area.
All of the marina's give you a short course in driving the boat and working the locks, and of course there are all the manuals on board, but if you are like me then manuals are for other people to read.
The main thing that you ahve to remember is that you are there for a slow enjoyable peaceful trip through the countryside and that sould be what you get with no undue surprises.

Nottingham Castle - Castle Gatehouse

by amsterdam_vallon

The castle was originally built to command the bridge over the River Trent on an important route from London to York.

The gatehouse was the only external gate into the medieval castle.

The gatehouse was built between 1251 and 1255 and stood two storeys high with a thick timber door, a portcullis and a drawbridge.

The moat over which the drawbridge spanned has now been filled in to form the entrance on which you now stand.

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