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Statue of Robin Hood, NottinghamWelcome to NottsViews, a pictorial and video guide of places to visit in Nottinghamshire.

Nottinghamshire is a county in England, famous for Sherwood Forest and is the legendary home of Robin Hood.
 
 
Major Oak, Sherwood ForestAt the time of the Doomsday Book in 1086, Sherwood Forest covered as much as one quarter of Nottinghamshire.
At the heart of the forest is the Major Oak, thought to be 800 to a 1000 years old and famously known as Robin Hood's Tree.
 
 
King John's Palace,Kings ClipstoneFor many years Sherwood was a Royal hunting forest, the hunting lodge at King's Clipstone originally known as the King's Houses was visited by various Kings from Henry II to Richard II.
King John (1166-1216) was one of these Kings who visited the lodge which is known locally as King John's Palace.
 
 
Robin Hood FestivalEvery year Nottinghamshire celebrates the life of Robin Hood at the Robin Hood Festival held in Sherwood Forest at Edwinstowe.
The festival features, musicians, storytellers, magicians, archery, stalls and a medieval reenactment group.

 
 
River Trent, NewarkThere are many rivers in Nottinghamshire, the most well known of these is the River Trent, at 185 miles it is the third longest river in the United Kingdom. The source begins at Biddulph Moor a village in Staffordshire and passes through Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire joining the River Ouse at Trent Falls to form the Humber Estuary.
 
 
 
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