111 Places in Nottingham That You Shouldn't Miss
Scrape the surface of Nottingham and its curious charms reveal themselves, such as the Victorian Lace Market and the grave of the soul singer Edwin Starr. Nottingham’s star charms are its splendid castle and the handsome Victorian buildings, but there’s much more – from world-famous sports grounds at Trent Bridge through to a proud literary history with D. H. Lawrence and Lord Byron leading the charge. Run it all together and there’s easily enough for 111 historic, literary, modern and quirky places of interest.
111 Places in Nottingham
That You Shouldn't Miss
Contains numerous colour photographs
by Rachel Ghent
13,5 x 20,5 cm
5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN : 978-3-7408-1814-2
Phil Lee was born and raised in Nottingham and he just couldn’t escape the clutches of his home city, returning after a spell as a merchant seaman in the Danish navy. He lives there still, very happily, and has carved out a varied career as a travel writer.
Rachel Ghent was born in the North East of England, where she studied photography at the art college in Newcastle. After living in several regions of the UK she has finally settled near Nottingham, which is the first place she’s ever felt at home and it’s here you can find her sipping natural wine in Jam Café or tucking into Sunday lunch at The Angel Microbrewery.