Follow road approx 2 miles, turn left towards A60 Mansfield. Wollaton Park in Nottingham hosts an annual family-friendly music event called Splendour. [118], Nottingham won the title of 2015 City of Football after five months of campaigning, which resulted in £1.6m in funding for local football ventures and to encourage more people to play the sport. 65.4% are White British, 13.1% Asian, 8.2% of West Indian origins, 6.1% are European/North American, 4.3% African, 1.6% Middle Eastern and 1.1% South/Central American. [47] The record-low maximum temperature is −6.3 °C (20.7 °F)[48] recorded in January 1963. It was granted its city charter in 1897, as part of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee celebrations. From. The station was declared open by Prince Harry in April 2013 and Notts TV began broadcast in spring 2014.[149]. Each of the outer districts (Broxtowe, Ashfield, Gedling and Rushcliffe) are also parliamentary constituencies in their own right although the parliamentary constituency boundaries do not align with the boundaries of the council districts of which they share their name. In October 2015, Nottingham was named as the official Home of Sport by VisitEngland,[126][127] for its sporting contributions and in recognition of its development of the sports of football, cricket, ice hockey, boxing, tennis, athletics, gymnastics and water sports. Top. The Bridlesmith Gate area has numerous designer shops, and is the home of the original Paul Smith boutique. [137][138], The city has one of the largest district heating schemes in the UK, operated by EnviroEnergy Limited, which is wholly owned by Nottingham City Council. pp. It is also home to two alternative cinemas. [36] Notable nature reserves around the city include Attenborough Nature Reserve SSSI, Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve, Holme Pit SSSI, Fairham Brook Local Wildlife Site and Wollaton Park. The city's population also has the largest proportion of any UK city identifying as mixed race, at 6.7% with 4% being mixed white and black Caribbean.[148]. [72] However, the economic downturn meant that redevelopment was delayed throughout from 2008 to 2010. −6.6 °C (20.1 °F)[49] in Nottingham (Watnall). Mansfield is in north Nottinghamshire and has more than 100,000 residents. [77], The Creative Quarter is a project started by Nottingham City Council as part of the Nottingham City Deal. We offer great deals on used cars and are a leading car dealership in Mansfield, located close to Nottingham, Derby and Sheffield. Find property to let in UK with the UK's leading online Property market resource. Nottingham was one of the boroughs reformed by the Municipal Corporations Act 1835, and at that time consisted of the parishes of St Mary, St Nicholas and St Peter. [29][30], Electric trams were introduced to the city in 1901; they served the city for 35 years until 1936. ", "Nottingham Post - Pair of Parrots Spotted in Wollaton", "Synop Report Summary 25/07/2019 Watnall", "Where's our snow? [citation needed] The square is dominated by the Council House, which replaced the Nottingham Exchange Building, built in 1726. Brookings Institution. There are various side streets and alleys with some interesting and often overlooked buildings and shops—such as Poultry Walk, West End Arcade and Hurts Yard. Nottingham is served by East Midlands Airport (formerly known as Nottingham East Midlands Airport until it reverted to its original name), near Castle Donington in North West Leicestershire, just under 15 miles (24 km) southwest of the city centre. Weather station is located 5.6 miles (9.0 km) from the Nottingham city centre. [18] The title reflects Nottingham's literary heritage, with Lord Byron, D. H. Lawrence and Alan Sillitoe having links to the city, as well as a contemporary literary community, a publishing industry and a poetry scene.[19]. The largest building in the Lace Market is the Adams Building, built by Thomas Chambers Hine for Thomas Adams (1807–1873), and currently used by Nottingham College. LeftLion magazine (established 2003) is distributed for free across the city. Rooms & Tenancies Studio and ensuite student accommodation. Since the beginning of the 2010s, the city has produced a number of artists to gain media attention, including; Jake Bugg, London Grammar, Indiana, Sleaford Mods, Natalie Duncan, Ady Suleiman, Dog Is Dead, Saint Raymond, Childhood, Rue Royale, Spotlight Kid and Amber Run. [107] In 2013 it was estimated the city received 247,000 overseas visitors. The City of Nottingham's boundaries are tightly drawn and exclude several suburbs and satellite towns that are usually considered part of Greater Nottingham. There is a Cineworld and a Showcase in the city. Nottingham City Hospital includes maternity and neonatal facilities but has no A&E department. Nottingham's waterways, now primarily used for leisure, have been extensively used for transport in the past. There are various chapels and meeting rooms in Nottingham. [119] Nottingham was selected to be a host city for the England 2018 FIFA World Cup bid. [143], Nottingham has 80,000 Christians, 30,000 Muslims, 15,000 Sikhs, 8,000 Hindus and 2,000 Jews.[144]. This accolade came just over a year after Nottingham was named as the UK's first City of Football. [108] Nottingham was ranked number one for the ‘Best Value City Break’ in August 2017 by TripAdvisor. [139], Veolia operates a cogeneration (CHP) plant in Nottingham for generating energy from biomass.[140]. A further boundary extension was granted in 1951 when Clifton and Wilford (south of the River Trent) were incorporated into the city. The plant in the city centre supplies heat to 4,600 homes, and a wide variety of business premises, including the Concert Hall, the Nottingham Arena, the Victoria Baths, the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, the Victoria Centre, and others. However, Raleigh's factory on Triumph Road, famous as the location for the filming of Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, was demolished in 2003 to make way for the University of Nottingham's expansion of its Jubilee Campus. [76] In December 2014, the government announced that the zone would be expanded again, to include Infinity Park Derby, a planned business park for aerospace, rail and automotive technology adjacent to the Rolls-Royce site in Sinfin, Derby. Only Nottingham, formerly Nottingham Midland is the main city station and is the second busiest railway station in the Midlands for passenger entries and exits,[128] provides rail services for the city; with connections operated by CrossCountry, East Midlands Railway and Northern. The Lace Market area just south of Hockley has streets with four- to seven-storey red brick warehouses, iron railings and red phone boxes. Pollution in part being caused by harmful wood-burning stoves.[54]. It was expanded in 1877 by adding the parishes of Basford, Brewhouse Yard, Bulwell, Radford, Sneinton, Standard Hill, and parts of the parishes of West Bridgford, Carlton, Wilford (North Wilford). [81] It was announced in June 2018 that the arcade was soon to close and relocate to Sheffield city centre,[82] where it reopened in November 2018 as the National Videogame Museum. [24] In the legends of Robin Hood, Nottingham Castle is the scene of the final showdown between the Sheriff and the hero outlaw.[25]. From stepping out or car on the forecourt no pushy salesman just a pleasant greeting and help when we needed it. The club is affiliated to and enters into competitions organised by Warwickshire GAA. The city contains several notable museums and art galleries including: In 2015, the National Videogame Arcade was opened in the Hockley area of the city; being "the UK's first cultural centre for videogames". The bishop is based at Southwell Minster, 14 miles (23 km) northeast of the city. In modern Welsh it is known poetically as Y Tŷ Ogofog and Irish as Na Tithe Uaimh "The Cavey Dwelling". [59] The city has dozens of sixth form colleges and academies, providing education and training for adults aged over sixteen. It was the first to be built in the city and was developed on the site of the former Nottingham Victoria railway station. Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer Rebecca Adlington was born here and the town has also been home to Richard Bacon and Alvin Stardust. Mansfield is 14 miles north of Nottingham and can be easily reached by car, bus and train. It provides parking for up to 2,400 cars on several levels, and contains a bus station. For other uses, see, City and unitary authority area in England. The eastern third contains Hockley Village. Nottingham is home to the headquarters of several companies. From around AD 1100, Nottingham was part of the Diocese of Lichfield, controlled as an archdeaconry from Lichfield Cathedral in Staffordshire. Free dual occupancy available. Max Price ... Situation in the heart of Mansfield Woodhouse, walking distance to the high street close to local shops and amenities. Nottingham is bounded by a green belt area, provisionally drawn up from the 1950s. [37], Like most of the United Kingdom, Nottingham has a temperate oceanic climate (Köppen: Cfb) and experiences warm mild summers and mild to cool winters with abundant precipitation throughout the year. Student tabloid The Tab also publishes online content and has teams at both universities. 4. A member of the Major Churches Network, St. Mary's is considered the mother church of the city and is used for holding civic services, including the annual welcome to the new Lord Mayor. Other sporting events in the city include the annual tennis Aegon Trophy (which is staged at the City of Nottingham Tennis Centre), the Robin Hood Marathon, Milk Race, the Great Nottinghamshire Bike Ride[122] and the Outlaw Triathlon. The clock tower is still in situ and the cutting is under the shopping centre at the lower level including the old Mansfield Road Railway Tunnel. [11] The population of the Nottingham/Derby metropolitan area is estimated to be 1,610,000. Its owners, Intu have plans to extend the centre's floor space but it is understood these will not be submitted until the Broadmarsh redevelopment is complete. [131] The levy charges businesses £350 on each parking space made available to their employees, provided that the business has more than ten such parking spaces. Completely encircling the city, it extends for several miles into the surrounding districts, as well as towards Derby. Trams were reintroduced after 68 years when a new network opened in 2004. Nottingham has two large-capacity theatres, the Nottingham Playhouse and the Theatre Royal, which together with the neighbouring Royal Concert Hall forms the Royal Centre. A charming footpath leads over the fields to the highway, where a bridge spans the Trent. The city has three Christadelphian meeting halls and is home to the national headquarters of the Congregational Federation. The city is served by three universities: the University of Nottingham, Nottingham Trent University and the University of Law; hosting the highest concentration of higher education providers in the East Midlands. The city of Nottingham has a population at 312,900 with the Greater Nottingham population at 729,977 and the Metro population at 1,543,000. The position is largely ceremonial but the Lord Mayor also acts as Chair of Full Council meetings. The town centre is around a 45 minute drive from Nottingham city centre. [141][142] It is, however, home to the Roman Catholic Cathedral of St. Barnabas, which was designed by Augustus Pugin and consecrated in 1844. In 1831 citizens rioted in protest against the Duke of Newcastle's opposition to the Reform Act 1832, setting fire to his residence on the site of Nottingham Castle. Owned jointly by the Great Central Railway and Great Northern Railway. Nottingham's City Ground played host to rock band R.E.M with Idlewild and The Zutons supporting in 2005, the first time a concert had been staged at the football stadium.[84]. St. Barnabas has close relations with local schools, which have provided athletes to St. Barnabas. The highest temperature recorded in Nottingham (Watnall) stands at 36.1 °C (97.0 °F),[38] whilst Sutton Bonington recorded a temperature of 36.0 °C (96.8 °F),[39] both recorded on 25 July 2019, and the record-high minimum temperature is 19.9 °C (67.8 °F)[40] recorded in August 2004. BBC East Midlands Today is broadcast from the city every weeknight at 6.30 pm. Nottingham has three UK parliamentary constituency seats within its boundaries. It has a proud history of coal mining and textiles industries. Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem (the Trip), partially built into the cave system beneath Nottingham Castle, is a contender for the title of England's Oldest Pub, as it is supposed to have been established in 1189. 3. View our wide selection of houses and flats for sale in Mansfield. ", "Nottingham named as 'Home of English Sport, "Nottingham chosen as first City of Football", "Nottingham named UNESCO City of Literature", "Welcome to Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature", "Meaning and Origin of the Words. There are more than three hundred restaurants in Nottingham, with several AA rosette winners (as of 2018[update]). Weather station is located 9.0 miles (14.5 km) from the Nottingham city centre. [16] The National Ice Centre, Holme Pierrepont National Watersports Centre and Trent Bridge international cricket ground are all based in or around the city, which is also the home of two professional football teams; the former world's oldest professional league club Notts County and Nottingham Forest, famously two-time winners of the UEFA European Cup under Brian Clough and Peter Taylor in 1979 and 1980. The reintroduction of trams in 2004 made Nottingham the newest of only six English cities to have a light rail system. The ONS 2014 basis population projections indicate that the city is once again in a phase of steady population growth and that the 350,000 mark should be reached around 2030. Mansfield is a large market town and the administrative centre of the Mansfield District in Nottinghamshire, England.Including being the biggest town in the wider Mansfield Urban Area. [32], The city was the site of race riots in 1958, centred on the St Ann's neighbourhood. Its Functional Urban Area,[10] also the largest in the East Midlands, has a population of 919,484. In 1889 Nottingham became a county borough under the Local Government Act 1888. In the light of the Victoria Centre's redevelopment plans, Westfield announced in 2011 that it was once again planning a £500 million development of Broadmarsh, which would start in 2012. Historically, the requirement for city status was the presence of an Anglican (Church of England) cathedral; however, Nottingham does not have one of these, having only been designated a city in 1897 in celebration of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. [17], On 11 December 2015, Nottingham was named a "City of Literature" by UNESCO, joining Dublin, Edinburgh, Melbourne and Prague as one of only a handful in the world. The city had five other stations that served the city. It attracts members from the surrounding region including Chesterfield, Lincoln, Newark and Loughborough. The Albert Hall faces the Gothic revival St Barnabas' Roman Catholic Cathedral by Pugin. "The World According to GaWC 2018". The city has an active classical music scene, with long-established ensembles such as the city's Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra, Nottingham Harmonic Society, Bach Choir, Early Music Group Musica Donum Dei and the Symphonic Wind Orchestra giving regular performances in the city. Nottingham is a lively city full of things to do. In addition to the national commercial and BBC radio stations, the Nottingham area is served by licensed commercial radio stations (though all broadcast to a wider area than the city). Home of legendary outlaw Robin Hood, dynamic culture, rich history and sporting glory - Nottinghamshire is one of the UK's top destinations, and a warm welcome always awaits.. The Trip's current timber building probably dates back to the 17th or 18th century, but the caves are certainly older and may have been used to store beer and water for the castle during medieval times. Notts County, formed in 1862, is the oldest professional football club in the world. The city's two universities both broadcast their own student radio station. Laurie Macdonald of Inside One magazine observes that Nottingham's former high crime rate earned it the nickname "Shottingham", but that by 2013 this image was outdated. Nottingham Victoria which was the second largest station in the city. [112] Today, Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre & Nature Reserve is internationally recognised with annual visitors reaching around 350,000. [33], During the second half of the 20th century Nottingham saw urban growth with the development of new public and private housing estates and new urban centres, which have engulfed former rural villages such as Bilborough, Wollaton, Gedling and Bramcote. Mansfield gained the Royal Charter of a market town in 1227. They currently play in Football League Two, at Level 4 in the English football league system (most recently played at Level 1 in May 1992). 2. [22], Nottingham Castle was constructed in 1068 on a sandstone outcrop by the River Leen. ", Lee Anderson speaks out after Covid-19 test forces Prime Minister into isolation, Mr Anderson attended a meeting with the Prime Minister last week, Mansfield MP Ben Bradley questions why no ‘minister for men’ exists in Government, He led a debate on the challenges and issues faced by men and boys to mark International Men’s Day, Man left with part of skull missing after 'mindless' attack outside Mansfield club, 'I’m now left with a part of my skull missing while I wait for an operation', Concerns over plans to close Royal Mail sorting office in Nottinghamshire parish, Residents would have to travel more than four miles to collect missed parcels, 'We need your support' - Message from hospital boss ahead of 'challenging few weeks', The number of patients being treated for Covid at the three hospitals is almost double the first wave, The food and drink venues Mansfield residents would like to see in town, It comes as plans for four new chain venues were unveiled across the town, New owner of former Nottinghamshire colliery site plans to use site to attract tourists, The former colliery could soon become a multi-purpose venue including sports facilities and a museum, Artist's impressions show plans for retirement village at former Metal Box factory in Mansfield, The retirement village plans will 'rejuvenate' the derelict factory site, This is when the new Kirkby Leisure Centre will open, "Preliminary ground works and excavations started", Nottinghamshire businesses speak out as they plan for the end of lockdown 2, 'It's not feasible to reopen with 24 hours notice', Man arrested after 5-hour stand off with Nottinghamshire Police at house, Police were responding to concerns for a man’s safety, Rise in number of children eligible for free school meals in Nottinghamshire, The total eligible claimants for free school meals has risen by around 35 percent, Business that sold Christmas trees since 1970s will not this year because of coronavirus, New Farm Fuels near Mansfield said it would be 'too risky', Convict with links to Mansfield on the run after absconding from Derbyshire prison, He failed to return to the prison over the weekend and could be in Mansfield, Staff at Nottinghamshire school isolate following contact with pupil who tested positive for Covid-19, The school are working with Public Health to monitor the situation, More than 700 new coronavirus cases recorded across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, Another 1,290 people have died across the UK, Nottinghamshire local elections in May set to go ahead with Covid precautions taken, Elections will be held to the county council and the police and crime commissioner, Nottinghamshire road and park closures due to flooding, The Nottinghamshire district bucking downward trend of Covid-19 infection rates, Rates are falling across most parts of the county. Events in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Search a whole host of events and festivals by date or browse our monthly calendar above to find out what's on in Nottinghamshire. The project is expected to be finished by summer 2021. Globalization and World Cities Research Network. £179 per week. Nottingham's public transport system won awards prior to 2015,[14] including the largest publicly owned bus network in England. Registered office | 70-72 Nottingham Road, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England, NG18 1BN. Two new lines opened in 2015 extending the network to the southern suburbs of Wilford and Clifton and the western suburbs of Beeston and Chilwell. Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club play at Trent Bridge—a Test cricket venue, and was one of the venues for the 2009 ICC World Twenty20. Today there are places of worship for all major religions, including Christianity and Islam with 32 mosques in Nottingham. [111], Sherwood Forest County Park is a Natural Nature Reserve spanning 450 acres in the county of Nottinghamshire only 17 miles north of Nottingham. Covid marshals being deployed to 'hotspots' in Mansfield as infection rates rise, Mansfield currently has the highest infection rate in the county, Hospital boss tells abusive patients and visitors 'you are not welcome', “The huge majority of people are behaving well, but sadly a minority are letting themselves and others down. [66] And in the same year, it was revealed that more new companies were started in Nottingham in 2014-15 than in any other UK city, with a 68% year-on-year increase. Fly FM is based at Nottingham Trent University's city campus and is broadcast online. The Georgian area around Oxford and Regent Streets is dominated by small professional firms. A short length of the wall survives, and is visible at the northern end of Maid Marian Way, and is protected as a Scheduled Monument. In February 2008, a Ferris wheel was put up in the Old Market Square. The geographical centre of Nottingham is usually defined as the Old Market Square. The Exchange Arcade, on the ground floor, is an upmarket shopping centre containing boutiques. Nottingham Arkwright Street was originally the second station in Nottingham near to Nottingham Midland. The Nottingham Recovery Network is the single point of advice, support and treatment to anybody in Nottingham City who wishes to change their relationship with alcohol or drugs. Centred on the east of the city (including the Lace Market, Hockley, Broadmarsh East, the Island site and BioCity), the project aims at creating growth and jobs. [15] The city is also served by Nottingham railway station and the modern Nottingham Express Transit tram system. It closed in 1967 after declining usage and the station buildings were demolished. The station closed in 1959 and the line is still in use. This region (for GAA purposes) covers both the West and East Midlands of England, with its headquarters at Páirc na hÉireann, Bickenhill, Solihull. Eventually, the space between was built on as the town grew and the Old Market Square became the focus of Nottingham several centuries later. [106], In 2010, the city was named as one of the "Top 10 Cities to Visit in 2010" by DK Travel. There are also caves beneath the Salutation that date back to the medieval period, although they are no longer used as beer cellars. Fire and rescue services are provided by Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service, and emergency medical care by East Midlands Ambulance Service, both of which have their headquarters in Nottingham. The ditch was later widened, in the mid-13th century, and a stone wall built around much of the perimeter of the town. Hood and to the Middle Ages Carvings in the city zone sited part. Spring 2014. 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