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  Nottingham Trent University
Book your place now to explore our campuses, experience Nottingham and meet our staff and students.
All new students who have accepted a course place at NTU as their first choice are guaranteed an offer of University-allocated accommodation.
Salters' Festival of Chemistry, Nottingham Trent University (May 21 2008)
www.ntu.ac.uk   (97 words)

  Nottingham Stag Weekends ~ Nottingham Stag Nights: Hotels, Activities & Ideas
Although you should not expect ‘total’ female utopia, the number of nurse’s collages in Nottingham certainly means a fine bunch of lads will have plenty to entertain themselves with on a stag night.
Well, whether that is a good or a bad thing really depends on how you look at it, and either if you are out to have a good night on the town, or an angry Daily Mail reader who thinks the country is on a run away carriage to becoming Beelzebub’s playground.
As far as we are concerned Nottingham is a great location for Stag Do, with superb activities and one of the best nightlife’s of any city in the country – however, who are we to say - we will let you make your own decision.
www.chillisauce.co.uk /stag-weekends/nottingham   (289 words)

  Nottingham Forest | Home
Nottingham Forest will be holding further talks with Kris Commons on Monday before his future is settled.
Nottingham Forest will know before the weekend whether Kris Commons is to accept the offer of a new contract at The City Ground.
Nottingham Forest's eighth annual Open Day will be held on Sunday, August 5.
www.nottinghamforest.premiumtv.co.uk /page/Home/0,,10308,00.html   (238 words)

  Nottingham Tourist Information on AboutBritain.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nottingham is one of the top two retail centres in the UK according to a recent national survey and it really is a shopper's paradise with over 1300 shops from which to choose.
Nottingham Playhouse is one of the country's premier venues for contemporary theatre and the Malt Cross Music Hall, fully restored to its 19th century glory, offers live entertainment that brings the spirit of the 1870's to the present day.
Nottingham's greatest new venue is the fantastic ice arena which, from April 2000, will not only make the city the UK home to ice hockey and speed skating, but also bring a massive 8,000 seat concert venue to the East Midlands.
www.aboutbritain.com /towns/nottingham.asp   (1087 words)

 Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Nottingham   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nottingham is famous for its involvement in lace-making, its association with the legendary outlaw Robin Hood, and the supposedly exceptional beauty of its young women.
Nottingham is the fastest growing city in England, and second fastest growing in the whole of the UK, behind only Glasgow, despite being named named the 'second worst place to live' in the UK by a Channel 4 show.
Founded as a Saxon settlement, Nottingham was later captured by the Danes (Vikings) and in the 9th century became one of the five boroughs (fortified towns) of the Danelaw.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /Nottingham   (2721 words)

 Nottingham @ StardustMemories.com (Stardust Memories)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nottingham is a city (and county town of Nottinghamshire) in the East Midlands of England.
Nottingham was later captured by the Danes (Vikings) and in the 9th century became one of the five boroughs (fortified towns) of the Danelaw.
Nottingham is home to two football teams: Nottingham Forest (currently in the Football League One) (who under their most famous manager, the late Brian Clough, won the European Cup twice in succession) and Notts County (who play in the Football League Two).
www.stardustmemories.com /encyclopedia/Nottingham   (4756 words)

It is seated on the side of a hill overlooking a fine range of meadows about a mile broads, a little rivulet running on the north side of the meadows, almost close to the town; and the noble River Trent parallel with both.
The beauties of Nottingham, next to the situation, are the castle, the market-place, and the gardens of Count Tallard.
In point of furniture, I should say that that the living apartments of the Nottingham operatives, particularly those of the framework knitters, are decidedly inferior to the dwellings of the mass of the work people in the cotton, woollen, and northern coal districts.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /ITnottingham.htm   (691 words)

 A Brief History of Nottingham
Nottingham began in the 6th century as a small Saxon settlement called Snotta inga ham.
Nottingham may have had a population of around 1,500 at the time of the Norman Conquest.
Nottingham grew steadily despite outbreaks of plague, which occurred throughout the 16th and early 17th century.
www.localhistories.org /nottingham.html   (1483 words)

 Town of Nottingham, NH - Town History
In 1766, a petition calling for a separate township and citing the long distances to the church and meeting house in the “center” of town was granted to the residents in the southwest tract, enabling them to set themselves off as the Town of Deerfield.
Nottingham was well represented, as was the entire province, as companies and regiments were formed and marched off to fight the British.
Nottingham was on routes connecting nearby towns as well as being a stop for ox and horse teams enroute to further points in all directions.
www.nottingham-nh.gov /Pages/NottinghamNH_Historic/townhistory   (4580 words)

 Nottingham travel guide - Wikitravel
Nottingham is a city in England known as the "Queen of the Midlands" which is famed for its links with the world-renowned legend Robin Hood.
Nottingham is a major city in the East Midlands of England, its prosperity historically derived mostly from the lace making and coal-mining industries - little of which now remain.
Nottingham has been highlighted by the media for gun crime, although the actual incidence in 2004/5 was 19 offences per 100000 population (compared to 50 for both Greater Manchester and London) [6].
wikitravel.org /en/Nottingham   (2574 words)

 Nottingham University Ningbo China
Welcome to The University of Nottingham Ningbo, China
The University is currently recruiting for a number of positions.
199 Taikang East Road, Ningbo, 315100, China T. Copyright © 2005 The University of Nottingham Ningbo, China.
www.nottingham.edu.cn   (68 words)

 The Royal Centre Nottingham - Home
The Theatre Royal Nottingham and the Birmingham Stage Company are proud to present Horrible Histories Nottingham.
A ghastly guide to the history of the city for children and their families.
Performances are every Thursday & Saturday between 12 June and 13 September 2008*, at the Theatre Royal Nottingham.
www.royalcentre-nottingham.co.uk   (145 words)

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