General Cemetery, Nottingham -- tree growing out of a tombstone. (or being picked up by a monster!)

General Cemetery, Nottingham - Too bad this tree ruined the stone. The stone is in good shape except the damage (the crack) caused by pressure from the tree. I'm assuming this is slate and the engraving is certainly beautiful

How about a cup of tea here, at The Old Bakery Tea Rooms, Newark? http://www.aboutbritain.com/articles/afternoon-tea.asp

England Travel Inspiration - The Old Bakery Tea Rooms, Newark, Nottinghamshire, UK

Nottingham castle's famous Robin Hood statue, until now. It is the work of James Woodford back in 1952.

Nottingham Castle and caves inside Sherwood Forest. The famous Robin Hood statue created by James Woodford back in

The Severns Building Nottingham, which housed the Lace centre until it closed in 2009.  It dates backto the 15th Century and is located near the walls of Nottingham Castle.

In pictures: Historic buildings

The Severns Building Nottingham, England, which housed the Lace centre until it closed in It dates back to the Century and is located near the walls of Nottingham Castle.

Lace market Nottingham, no lace factory workers nowadays but still magnificent buildings to see

Lace market Nottingham, no lace factory workers nowadays but still magnificent buildings to see

Middle Marsh, Nottingham, c 1893. Looking north from Sussex Street; Narrow Marsh (later Red Lion Street) to the right. High Pavement Chapel can be seen in the background. This area no longer exists; it was demolished in the 1960s to make way for the Broadmarsh Centre.

Middle Marsh, Nottingham, c Looking north from Sussex Street; Narrow Marsh (later Red Lion Street) right. High Pavement Chapel can be seen in the background right.

Market Square, looking towards King and Queen Street, Nottingham, 1920s.

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Market Square, looking towards King and Queen Street, Nottingham,

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