More About the Nottingham Area 


In September 2010, Nottingham was named “England’s least car-dependent city” by the Campaign for Better Transport. Nottingham is served by East Midlands Airport and is well connected by road and rail. The M1 Motorway passes to the west of the city and the city has rail services running from Nottingham railway station. Electric trams were reintroduced in 2004 making Nottingham one of only 6 UK cities to have a light rail system. The city has the largest public bus network in the UK and Nottingham’s waterways are now primarily used for leisure having been extensively used for transport in the past.

Things to love in Nottingham

Nottingham is a large city in Nottinghamshire widely renowned for the legend of Robin Hood and for being a tourist destination.
In the legend of Robin Hood Nottingham Castle is the scene of the final showdown between the Sheriff and the hero outlaws.


Areas Covered

  • City Centre, NG1
  • Nottingham City Centre, Sneinton, The Meadows, West Bridgford, NG2
  • Carlton, St Anne’s, Mapperley, Gedling, NG3
  • Carlton, Gedling Village, Netherfield, NG4
  • Sherwood, Arnold, Bestwood, Carrington, NG5
  • Bestwood Village, Bulwell, Old Basford, NG6
  • New Basford, Forest Fields, Hyson Green, Radford, Lenton, NG7
  • Aspley, Wollaton, Whitemoor, Bilborough, NG8
  • Beeston, Stapleford, Lenton Abbey, Chilwell, Trowell, Broxtowe, NG9
  • Long Eaton, Sawley, Sandiacre, Erewash, NG10
  • Clifton, Ruddington, Gotham, NG11
  • Cotgrave, Radcliffe on Trent, Keyworth, Rushcliffe, NG12

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