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Private Detective in Nottinghamshire

The county of Nottinghamshire is located in the East Midlands of England. The highest point in the county is close to Newtonwood Lane, while Peat Carr is the lowest point. The River Trent, River Idle, and River Soar are some of the main rivers. The coal industry used to be very important to its economy, but the invention of the knitting frame meant that the county is now associated with the lace industry.

A main attraction offered by the county is the Attenborough Nature Reserve. It is close to the city centre of Nottingham and was opened in the 1960s by the famous broadcaster, David Attenborough. The reserve is at the junction of two rivers and forms part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It boasts big lakes, native willow, woodland and the Attenborough Nature Centre that offers an educational facility. Another natural site that attracts many visitors is Sherwood Forest, a royal forest that is associated with Robin Hood.

Other places of interest include Lord Byron's ancestral home, Rushcliffe Country Park (situated on Mere Way close to Ruddington), Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem (one of many pubs that maintain to be the oldest), Welbeck Abbey (home to a Grade I listed building) and Nottingham Castle. Some of the educational facilities offered by the county include almost 50 state secondary schools, Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham.

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