Nottingham in General Reviews
Description:Nottingham is a city (and county town of Nottinghamshire) in the East Midlands of England. The centre of Nottingham ... more
Nottingham in General ... lies on the River Leen and its southern boundary follows the course of the River Trent, which flows from Stoke to the Humber. According to the 2001 census, Nottingham has an estimated city population of 275,100 which increased to an estimated 278,700 in 2005, while the Nottingham Urban Area conurbation (which includes surrounding suburbs outside the city boundary, and neighbouring towns) has a population of 666,358 (2001 figures). Nottingham is a member of the English Core Cities Group.
Newest Review: ... from the city centre. The park has around 65 acres of land, a massive lake and plenty of places to fish if that's what you're interested in. The woods and green areas are absolutely stunning and I could have spent days there. Having only been once so far, I want to make a return trip soon to see the park in a different season and to see how it changes what is there. My favourite night out ... more
Customer Nottingham in General Reviews (21)
by - written on 26/12/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Although I am not originally from Nottingham, this is now where I live because of university. I chose to come here partly for my course and partly because I knew there was a lot to do in the city. I couldn't think of much worse than being stuck living somewhere that you don't like or somewhere that you can't have much fun. This review will be about some of the things I love to do and see in Nottingham - some of the appealing aspects of the city. I love photography and even though it is only a hobby, this city is a photographer's paradise. Having gone on some quite random bus journeys to get to places, I have found some fantastic places. My favourite is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/09 (Very useful, 192 readings)
I've lived in Nottingham for around 16 years now (with a small gap in between where I lived in Oxford). My parents were both in the Army, and as children my brother and I were constantly shifted about following my parents work - sometimes in Germany, sometimes in England, even once, for a brief period in Wales . When the time came for my dad to leave the Army (my mum left before him) my parents decided that since his parent's lives in Buckinghamshire and hers in Yorkshire, they would settle somewhere roughly halfway - Nottingham. Roughly Halfway is a good way to describe Nottingham . It's residents will get incredibly upset if you refer to them as Southerners. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/09, updated on 16/06/09 (Very useful, 125 readings)
I have lived in Nottingham for a very long time 20+ years - so I should know it. I even moved back to Notty after spending a post grad year away. I do have mixed feelings about the place but I'll try to give you an idea. The City ----------- Nottingham has a good transport system including a tram the runs from the outskirts (Hucknall) into the city. The disabled access on this tram is brilliant. I went on a trip with a lot of students with complex needs and they all fitted on to the tram in their wheelchairs. Buses are good but quite expensive. (£1.50 single for a short trip). In fact anywhere I've been in the world has cheaper buses ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/09 (Very useful, 201 readings)
Nottingham is a compact city in the heart of the East Midlands of England. It is split into different residential areas set around the city centre. When you mention Nottingham to people from elsewhere, four main things usually spring to their minds: "Robin Hood" Yes, Nottingham was, according to legend, the home of the famous outlaw Robin Hood, and there are various tributes to him around the city, not least the statue shown in the photo above, which is actually outside Nottingham Castle. Actually, Sherwood Forest, where he is alleged to have hailed from, is some miles away from Nottingham city, but let's not let that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/09, updated on 28/01/09 (Useful, 55 readings)
I've been to Nottingham a fair few times, having lived in Leicester for a few years, they're so close to each other, it's nice to be able to visit other places, and Nottingham was one of my favourites. The city centre is vibrant and fresh, with a great nightlife and a large selection of shops and bars to frequent. the transport links are pretty good, with a tram service throughout the city. they have an icerink, which is great, where they also hold lots of gigs and events. i like the feel of Nottingham, it had a really happy feel to it, with plenty of people around and a good mix of old and new, with generic shops and local shops mixing well. the nightlife is ... Read the complete review
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