Nottingham: Exploring the Country of Robin Hood

Nottingham's Lace Market

My feature on the English town of Nottingham - “Exploring the Country of Robin Hood” - can be read in the September 2011 issue of Panorama magazine - the in-flight magazine of Ukraine International Airlines.

Photo courtesy of Nottingham Tourism.

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About Jonathan Campion
JONATHAN CAMPION is an English travel writer and Russian-language translator. He now lives in London, after spending four years working and travelling in the Former Soviet Union. Jonathan writes for 'Panorama', the in-flight magazine of Ukraine International Airlines. His writing has also been published in the book 'The Expeditioner's Guide to the World', on the Guardian newspaper's travel pages, and in print and online travel magazines. Twitter: @jonathancampion. Email: jon.campion@yahoo.co.uk

3 Responses to Nottingham: Exploring the Country of Robin Hood

  1. Ah, Brighton of sandy beaches. I kid you not. Some (American) fellow writers on the sites I contribute to have suggested as much. That, and a travel tip indicting that it’s 4 hours’ journey from London to Oxford. So busy am I trouble-shooting the nonsense! :-)

  2. Nice to virtually meet you, Jonathan. Good luck getting through the Olympics frenzy! I shall not be missing my former tube commute these next few weeks. So random that we both chose to write up Notts recently! Is that home for you?

    • Thank you for your message, Laurie Jo! Notts isn’t quite home: I have family in Woodthorpe and Mansfield, but when I’m not frantically commuting across London home is actually near Brighton.

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