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    by spidermiss Written May 20, 2011

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    I went to visit Clumber Park during the 2004 Christmas Holidays with friends and family. This large parkland (1538 hectares) offers so much to see and do whether if it's to go hiking, cycling and to join in the activities The National Trust offers.

    Clumber Park was the home of the Dukes of Newcastle. In 1938, the house was demolished but the classical style bridge and Gothic style Chapel retells some of the past life at Clumber.

    Following facilities are available: Walking trails, gift shop, tea room, educational and conversational activities.

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    • Family Travel
    • Photography

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    by waringa Written May 19, 2005

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    Favorite thing: If you are in the Worksop area then you are also close to:
    The Major Oak (old tree preported to be the home of Robin Hood)
    Medowhall shopping centre
    Rother Valley country Park
    Sherwood Forrest
    Oasis Centre Parks

    Fondest memory: Family

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    • Business Travel

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