There is a huge amount of love on both sides of the bar for cask ale. With over 40 breweries in Nottinghamshire and nearly 50 pubs serving cask ale in the city centre, it remains central to Nottingham’s pub scene. This is what inspired It's In Nottingham to bring you the Nottingham Ale Trail.
With almost 90% of people living in towns and cities that are feeling the impact of the decline of the high street and endless pressure to build yet more homes and with wild species in decline, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust believes it is time to take a stand to ensure that wildlife habitats in urban areas are protected and restored and that people have a right to access nature on their doorstep.
Although little known, Sloswicke’s Almshouse Charity is one of Retford’s oldest institutions having been established in 1658 by the Will of a local philanthropist, Richard Sloswicke of East Retford, ‘for the maintenance of six poor old men of good carriage and behaviour to the end of the world’. The Will required that his dwelling-house should be made into an hospital to accommodate the six poor pensioners. Subsequent bequests and mergers expanded the Charity to 41 properties with five more currently under construction on Union Street.
At some point during your dog's life, they'll more than likely need to travel in your car; whether you're picking up your new puppy at eight weeks old, visiting the vet or going for an exciting dog walk further afield.
From the start to the end, the Market Place was busy with the public meeting the armed forces and enjoying the free entertainment provided by the 1940’s trio, the La di Dah’s and Darren who sang famous ‘Rat Pack ‘songs.
TrailTale offers a variety of walking routes for Bassetlaw that range from 0.8 to 5.9 miles and include Blyth, Retford, Tuxford, Worksop and the Idle Valley Nature Reserve. TrailTale displays accurate turn-by-turn instructions as well as information about each area that has been put together with the help of local experts. Some routes featured by TrailTale (external link) also have an audio guide so you can listen as you go.
As in the word of the famous Beatles song... 'Will you still need me, when I’m 64?'. The answer to this question is YES, we do still need the delicious homemade food products from Websters on Church Street who have been part of our town for almost 64 years.