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111 Places in Nottingham That You Shouldn't Miss

111 Places in Nottingham That You Shouldn't Miss

By (author) Phil Lee
Photographs by Rachel Ghent


Publishing 12th Jun 2023
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    • The ultimate insider's guide to Nottingham for locals and experienced travellers
    • Features interesting and unusual places not found in traditional travel guides
    • Part of the international 111 Places/111 Shops series with over 650 titles and 3.8 million copies in print worldwide 
    • Appeals to both the local market (more than 331,000 people call Nottingham home) and the tourist market (more than 36.6 million people visit Nottinghamshire every year!) 
    • Fully illustrated with 111 full-page colour photographs
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    Often called the ‘Heart of the Midlands’, Nottingham has given the world Robin Hood, Raleigh bikes, John Player cigarettes and Boots the chemists – and it was here that Ibuprofen first saw the light of a petri dish to the benefit of a million hangovers. As if that wasn’t enough, Alan Sillitoe and D. H. Lawrence went to school here, Lord Byron’s ancestral pile is just on the city’s outskirts, and it was here that King Charles I raised his battle standard at the start of the English Civil War – though precious few rallied to the cause. Local heroes include the cantankerous Brian Clough, who led Nottingham Forest Football Club to a pair of European Cups, the fast bowler Harold Larwood, who famously bowled Donald Bradman during the Body Line Ashes of the 1930s, and the charismatic William Booth, who founded a worldwide movement, the Salvation Army.

    Despite all this and much more, Nottingham wears its charms lightly, avoiding the tourist crowds, but this fascinating city has much to offer – and we have selected 111 Places to intrigue, amuse and illuminate.   

    About the Author

    Phil Lee was born and raised in Nottingham and he just couldn’t escape the clutches of his home city, returning after a spell as a merchant seaman in the Danish navy. He lives there still, very happily, and has carved out a varied career as a travel writer. 

    Emons Verlag
    Publish date
    12th Jun 2023
    Paperback / softback
    World excluding Germany and Austria
    205 mm x 135 mm
    240 Pages
    111 color
    Name of series
    111 Places/Shops
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