Woodview Links to Attractions
- Antique Fairs at Newark and Swinderby
The Newark International Antiques and Collectors Fair is the largest event of its kind in Europe – a world-wide phenomenon, this is one IACF event that needs to be experienced to be believed! The Swinderby Antiques and Collectors Fair is an IACF ‘One Day Monday’ fair. The perfect addition to the UK antique fairs calendar – it fills the monthly gap between each of the Newark antiques fairs, Swinderby’s giant neighbour.
- Antiques Fair at Lincoln
International dealers exhibiting an array of collectable, unusual and highly sought after antiques, collectables and unusual furnishings for the home and garden from across Europe.
- Belvoir Castle
We very much hope you will come and visit us and enjoy a wonderful day out at Belvoir Castle. Our hilltop setting commands stunning views over the Vale of Belvoir and with glorious gardens and fascinating magical castle to explore, there’s something for everyone at our family home.
- Martins Arms, Colston Bassett
Set in the idyllic village of Colston Bassett in the Vale of Belvoir, the Martins Arms is a spectacular Grade 2 listed building. Situated at the corner of a quiet leafy cul-de-sac by an old cross, the Inn encapsulates all that is best in an English pub. But to call it the quintessential English hostelry does not do it justice. Tel 01949 81361 to make a booking.
- Perkins Restaurant, Nottingham
One of the Midlands’ leading restaurants… Perkins has been delivering award-winning food since 1982. We champion locally sourced produce and offer a versatile menu and excellent service from 12pm to 12am. Tel 0115 937 3695
- Rutland Water Nature Reserve
This internationally famous nature reserve is managed in partnership by Anglian Water and the Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust and provides one of the most important wildfowl sanctuaries in Great Britain, regularly holding in excess of 20,000 waterfowl.
- Sherwood Forest
Once a royal hunting forest, this is the legendary home of the outlaw Robin Hood, today part of a National Nature Reserve because of its national ecological importance. Within the 450 acre site there are 900 veteran oak trees, including the famous Major Oak. This ancient oak, one of Britain’s most famous trees, is located just a ten minute walk from the Visitor Centre. Come and visit one of the world’s most famous woods!
- Trent Bridge Cricket
More than just a cricket ground, Trent Bridge boasts a range of facilities that are open for public use. Four squash courts are housed in the ticket office building on Hound Road and the Radcliffe Road Stand hosts meeting rooms and six indoor cricket nets. The Trent Bridge Library holds the biggest collection of cricket books in the UK and the Club Shop stocks a huge range of cricket equipment and Notts and England replica wear.
- Trent FM Arena, Nottingham
The Arena, which is based inside the National Ice Centre, was opened to the public on 1st April 2000 by ice skating legend Jayne Torvill and was given the royal seal of approval by HM the Queen on July 31 2002. Since then we have gone from strength to strength, hosting the cream of live music, international ice shows and sporting events. In fact year-on-year we are growing, with audience numbers and the number of events reaching record highs. With a capacity of 10,000 there is no where quite like Trent FM Arena