Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire Towns that We Power Flush In:

Arnold
Beeston
Bingham
Bulwell
Carlton in Lindrick
Everton
Eastwood
Farnsfield
Gedling
Harworth & Bircotes
Hucknall
Keyworth
Jacksdale
Kirkby in Ashfield
Langold
Mansfield
Nottingham
Newark
Old Clipstone
Radcliffe-on-Trent
Rainworth
Retford
Rise Park
Scofton
Shireoaks
Skegby
Southwell
Sutton-in-Ashfield
Trowell
Underwood
West Bridgford & Worksop
Woollaton

 

Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire, often abbreviated to Notts, is a county found in the East Midlands of England. There are several major towns located within Nottinghamshire which have had an impact on the history of the country.

Fosse Way, an ancient Roman road, passes straight through Nottinghamshire. This means that there are several old Roman settlements scattered throughout Nottinghamshire, with some of the most prominent being at Mansfield and the Broxtowe Estate.

Nottinghamshire has been at the forefront of several industries over the years. Due to the abundance of natural resources in the area, Nottinghamshire relied heavily on the coal industry for a while. Throughout the industrial revolution, several successful machines were developed in the county. This resulted in the area becoming well-known for its lace. Nowadays, Nottinghamshire is very much a service-based economy.

Other than the legends of Robin Hood, culture is certainly at the forefront of the history of Nottinghamshire. Famed poet, Lord Byron was born here. It is also a setting for a lot of his poetry. Several other cultural icons in their field have also come from here. This includes Anne Briggs and D.G. Lawrence. Nottinghamshire has a number of successful sport teams too. This includes Nottinghamshire Country Cricket Club, Nottingham Forest, and Mansfield Town football clubs.

Nottinghamshire provides easy transport links to London. The M1 runs right through the county, East Midlands Airport, close by, provides international links.