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Half Day Canoe Hire on the Picturesque River Wye from Hay-On-Wye
"Hay – Whitney Estimated time - half a dayHay to Whitney is a 5.25 mile paddle starting in the picturesque town of Hay-on-Wye. “Hay” often described as ""the town of books” is home to the famous literary festival. The Hay-Whitney paddle is a diverse and exciting stretch with an abundance of kingfishers otters sand martins herons and leaping salmon. If you’re going to canoe the Wye there’s no better a place to start!"
From GBP30.00
 
Guided Canoe Full-Day Tour Down the River Wye from Hay-On-Wye
"Make the most of your day on the river Wye with a guided canoe trip. Learn paddle skills local history and about the wildlife along the river. Gain a more bespoke experience and make the most out of your day on the River Wye. Your guide is a BCU Qualified Paddler and has a deep knowledge of the River Wye and surrounding area.""""Make the most of your day on the river Wye with a guided canoe trip. Learn paddle skills local history and about the wildlife along the river. Gain a more bespoke experience and make the most out of your day on the wye."title=Highlights&1=Guided+canoe+trip+on+the+Wye+River&2=Learn+some+new+paddling+skills+from+the+expert+paddler%2Fguide&3=Hear+about+the+history+of+the+area+from+the+guide&4=Small-group+trip+ensures+plenty+of+personalized+attention+from+the+guide""
From GBP80.00
 
National Motorcycle Museum Admission
"The National Motorcycle Museum is ideally situated in the once renowned workshop capital of the world centrally based in the UK with ideal network links through all major routes i.e. M42 Birmingham International Railway Station and Birmingham International Airport all on our doorstep. The Museum has ample free parking with wheelchair accessibility.Set over five halls this tour will take you back in history from Veteran and Pioneer motorcyclist to Riders of the Modern Superbike era.The gift shop offers an extensive range of motorcycle related books
From GBP9.00

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treefest

treefest is a small local family festival in july situated on a disused colliery site in newstead village Its on for four days with local bands workshops stalls dance tent and beer festival Camping...
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Rowthorne trail ...maun valley trail ...kings mill reservoir are but a few pleasant walks around where we live also alot of the old colliery slag heaps have been turned into nature reserves and make...
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Portland Park

Gee, I haven't been here for years.Well the park is the lungs of Kirkby-in-Ashfield, a small town about 20kms north of Nottingham. A 7 hectare public park with lots of woodland walks, wildlife and...
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Attenborough Nature Reserve
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Attenborough Nature ReserveTo the west of the city the reserve has been set up in the remains of old quarries alongside the River Trent. There are walking and cycle paths throughout the reserve. It's...
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Nottingham Lace Centre

The Nottingham Lace Centre. According to my guide book, 'Cette belle demeure medievale du XIVeme siecle est riche en dentelles. Un grand choix de styles et de prix vous y attend, et vous pouvez vous...
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North of Nottingham is one of...

North of Nottingham is one of these magnificent Abbeys or what remains of it. The park around Newstead Abbey is very nice and invites to take some walks around the lake and through the forest....
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Headquarters of Warhammer,...

Headquarters of Warhammer, Games Workshop and museum.Willow Road, Lenton, NottinghamFind it hereWant to know what Warhammer is? Go here
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Major Oak....thought to be the...

Major Oak....thought to be the oldest tree in the forest...Approx. 800 years old & weighing 23 tons with a waist size of 10ft.As the photo shows , the lower branches have to be supported.See...
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If you like gardening and...

If you like gardening and wandering about gardens looking at plants & flowers, then don't miss a trip to Lea Gardens. Lea Gardens are famous for their Rhodedendrons. Tea rooms and a pub (The Jug &...
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Castle Gate

The castle gate, linking Maid Marian Way to Nottingham Castle is a pretty and quiet street in the West of the city.
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St. Mary's Garden

St. Mary's garden is a very pretty, peaceful park in one of the not so nice (in my opinion) areas of the city.
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Street Names

Nottingham is full of great street names like Maid Marian Way, Friar Lane and Robin Hood Street, as pictured.
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University of Nottingham, an...

University of Nottingham, an Institute of great reputation. In the photo you can see -except me and Prakash- the Trend building,symbol of the University.
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Sherwood Forest Country Park....

Sherwood Forest Country Park. Located about 12 miles north of the city. It is here where you can see the legendary Major Oak and take nice forest walks.
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Nottingham Castle

Theres a small fee to entre the castle grounds. Theres beautiful gardens and a few topiary's of Robin Hood & Maid Marion. You also get free entry into the museum they have on site. You could spend a...
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Market Place

We were in Newark on one of its market days. We had a brief stop admiring the spacious cobbled market place and the surrounding medieval and Georgian buildings. The notable feature is the Palladium...
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Robin Hood

Everyone has probably heard of Robin Hood who stole from the rich to help the poor and lived an outlaw in Sherwood Forest. His band of men included Little John, Friar Tuck, Will Scarlett, Maid Marian,...
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Newark Castle

Newark Castle was built in the 12th Century by the Bishop of Lincoln. It was originally built in timber but rebuilt in stone at the end of the Century. Following the English Civil War in the 17th...
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Wollaton Hall - Daytrip

Wollaton Hall, built between 1580 and 1588, is Nottingham's best known manor house, located north of the centre on a hill in a huge park. The house looks nice up on the hill, particularly if you come...
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Ossington Coffee Palace

Charlotte, Viscountess Ossington, arranged to have a new cafe (or coffee tavern) built and this opened in November 1882. The aim is to have an alcohol free establishment along with the public houses...
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