Nottinghamshire

The landlocked county of Nottinghamshire is most famous for the legend of Robin Hood and his Merry Men, though other history is rife throughout the area. The oldest public house in England, The Jerusalem Inn, can be found here (along with its phantoms), and the Goose Fair found in the county town of Nottingham is one of the oldest and largest in Europe. The county’s small size (840 square miles) can mislead people into thinking that the area has few paranormal places - this really is not the case..

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