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Horse Riding in Nottinghamshire & Nottingham Equestrian Facilties ...
Horse riding activities and equestrian events in the beautiful county of Nottinghamshire.
The county of Nottinghamshire is situated in the central region of England and is divided into eight districts.
The city of Nottingham is the birthplace of D.H Lawrence, the famous author but is more famously known for the legends of Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest, which was once a royal hunting forest.
Nottingham Old Market Square is the biggest market square in Britain and holds an annual Goose Fair, one of Europes largest travelling fairs dating back to 1541 where you can experience everything from white knuckle carnival rides to Victorian side stalls.
The oldest pub in England resides in Nottingham and dates back to 1189 AD.
The Jerusalem Inn was visited by the knights on their travels to the crusades in the Holy Land and many of the interior rooms are actually caves carved from the rock.
Nottinghamshire has a rich variety of attractions including castles and museums
Paddock maintenance and pasture management. Local suppliers offering a full range of personal services
Horse Riding in Nottinghamshire
Nottingham equestrian will help you locate local livery yards, equestrian centres, equestrian events and horse shows in your local area.
It will help you care for and train your horse and it will keep you up to date with events and news in the equestrian industry.
Join your Nottingham Equestrian Community and share your horse riding experiences or promote your equestrian business, event or activity.
Nottinghamshire has a wide variety of Country Parks
- Holme Pierrepont Country Park in Carlton
- Langold Country Park in Langold
- Wetlands Waterfoul Reserve in Lound
- Rufford Country Park in New Ollerton
- Rushcliffe Country Park in West Bridgford
- Sherwood Country Park in New Ollerton
- Bestwood Lodge Country Park in Hucknall
- Burntstump Country Park in Hucknall
- Clumber Country Park in Worksop