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Nottingham Castle: Nottingham castle has had more than its share of Royal visits, political intrigues, military activities, sieges and murders. It has served as a home to all the Kings of England from William the Conqueror to King George VIII.

City of Caves:
 The cave dates back to 1250 AD, and variously used over the years as a tannery, public house cellar, and as an air raid shelter.

Galleries of Justice: 
It was once a harsh prison regime in the country. Discover the history of justice, judges and law and the way punishments have been applied down the centuries.

Indian Restaurants in Nottinghamshire

Transport Facilities in Nottinghamshire

Nottingham City Council is responsible for the provision of bus services that are not provided commercially by the local operators. Buses are the most common mode of public transport and the use per person is higher than anywhere in the UK, outside London.

The trains connect Nottinghamshire to Lincolnshire, London, Birmingham and other major stations. Trams are also used for local travel.

Weather in Nottinghamshire

At any time of year, it’s a good idea to pack clothes you can wear in layers. Even though Nottinghamshire experiences a below (national) average rainfall, it still translates to rain one day in three. The average high in summers months (June to August) is around 21 degree Celsius, while the average low in winter months (December to March) is around 1 degree Celsius.

Universities in Nottinghamshire

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