This beautiful and interesting walk is still one of my all-time favourites. Beginning in the heart of Southwell; a small market town in Nottinghamshire, it is easily accessed via the A1, rivalling many, with its idyllic setting and its historical past.
This great little walk takes in many of the sites which makes the market town of Newark, such a fantastic place to explore, from visiting museums, a trip to the theatre or simply watching the world go by, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
A crisp winter walk is a wonderful way to escape the frantic pace of life and blow way the festive cobwebs.
The ancient and historical village of Barlborough rests on the edge of three counties, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, and Lincolnshire. Its history is colourful and rich and was occupied by early settlers who also formed small communities in neighbouring Whitwell, Clowne, and Creswell. It was documented as Barleburh in 1002, Barleburg in the Domesday book of 1086, and has seen many variations throughout the ages before becoming known as Barlborough.
This beautiful little walk embraces the North Nottinghamshire countryside at its best. East Markham is a picturesque little village in the district of Bassetlaw, with a fantastic choice of walking and cycling routes to explore. There are also plenty of delightful spots where you can stop, enjoy the views, and maybe even enjoy a picnic.
Nestled between Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire is a true hidden gem; a super little walk, through pretty meadows and sculpture trails of Poulter Country Park, and the delightful village of Nether Langwith.
This is a beautiful and interesting walk, which begins in the heart of Southwell; a small market town in Nottinghamshire, which rivals many, with its idyllic setting and its historical past, can only be described as a true cultural gem.
The 40-minute route will take visitors along the Robin Hood Way footpath on the historic Welbeck estate, giving families the chance to explore art in a new way. The £60,000 project aims to draw more people to the visitor attractions, near Worksop, in North Nottinghamshire.
This short walk explores the pretty and historical area around Blyth and Hodsock and takes us on a journey of discovery from medieval battlefields to picturesque landscaped parkland of Hodsock Priory.