The Ornamental Bridge, which spans the River Poulter, was completed in 1770 as part of the creation of a grand landscape design. This iconic Grade 2* listed structure is one of the best-loved features of Clumber Park and is the site of many precious memories, including proposals and engagements, wedding photos and precious shared family times.
To commemorate the start of the North Notts Nectar Trail opening, launch events took place at Retford and Worksop town centres, with organisers and local artists - responsible for the 30 sculptures - in attendance.
Retford is located eight miles east of the town of Worksop, 16 miles south-east of Doncaster, 31 miles from Nottingham, 23 miles west of Lincoln and 129 miles north of London. It nestles peacefully in the valley of the River Idle and the heritage-rich Chesterfield Canal passes through it’s centre.
It’s all thanks to Sam Davies, 11, who won a recent competition for him and classmates to trial and give their feedback on a new Robin Hood interactive holographic movie experience, part of unique research to test how 5G technology can boost tourism and the environment in a forest setting.
Expect the best of British at Belvoir’s Jubilee Weekend! A street party, stalls, jousting, strolling performers, musicians and traditional summer food and drink are lined up to celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in the grounds of the Regency castle, which doubled as Windsor in Netflix’s The Crown.
Benjamin Bryan explains: “In my day, visitors had to climb up to the summit or travel by donkey, but these flying gondolas are amazing. A hundred and eighty years ago we would light fires on top of the tower to attract cavern tour customers, and it’s stupendous to see the tours are still as popular as ever”.
Saddles are being polished and the new cross country course is taking shape, while horses and riders are running through their final preparations as world-class equestrian action returns to Chatsworth for the first time since 2019.