June 25, 2009

Tales From Robin Hood Country

Writing about web page http://www.thefirst90minutes.com/20090622253/football-culture/tales-from-robin-hood-country.html

Nottingham is a city of contrasts. For many years, I knew this East Midlands city for Brian Clough, Family Fortunes, and The Price is Right, which were filmed in the nearby Central TV studios. Like many cities in the UK, there are some beautiful areas and various suburbs that have spewed concrete over the skyline, but the city centre always seems to be bustling.

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  1. Amrita


    I have read that Nottingham is famed for its links with the Robin Hood legend and, during the Industrial Revolution, obtained worldwide recognition for its lace-making industry. It was granted its city charter as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of Queen Victoria in 1897 and has since been officially titled the City of Nottingham.

    With Regards

    26 Jun 2009, 13:54

  2. Aishani

    Nottingham is a lovely city in the famous county of Nortinghamshire in England. The city has close ties with the legends of Robin Hood. It is also associated with remarkable English history. The architectural splendor of Nottingham is worth appreciating.

    12 Aug 2009, 07:48

  3. Aishani


    For what reasons has the writer addressed the county as a “city of contrast”? Can you please enlighten us on the life and living of this city?

    10 Sep 2009, 06:55

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