stretch of eight county innings, he registered scores between 34 and 79 seven times, and he ended with seven fifties for the tour. Nevertheless, ''Wisden'' praised his attacking ability to disrupt the length of opposition bowlers. McCabe only took more than two wickets in an innings on two occasions. Coverage SEEM is based in Nottingham (UK) and covers the counties of Derbyshire, Lincolnshire
) spinning , making gloves and other jobs "suited to their sex, their ages and abilities". At St Martin in the Fields, children were trained in spinning flax, picking hair and carding wool, before being placed as apprentices. Workhouses also had links with local industry; in Nottingham, children employed in a cotton mill earned about £60 a year for the workhouse. Some parishes advertised for apprenticeships, and were willing to pay any employer prepared to offer them
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feature film ''Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (film))'' (1960) was based on the social realist novel by Alan Sillitoe, and used many of the same techniques as his earlier documentaries. In particular, scenes filmed at the Raleigh (Raleigh Bicycle Company) factory in Nottingham have the look of a documentary, and give the story a vivid sense of verisimilitude. The first true railway is now suggested to have been a Funicular funicular railway
. The club was closed when it began to draw too many people for its modest capacity. Barrett and Kelly, along with Heavenly Records press officer Robin Turner and Chemical Brothers manager Nick Dewey launched further club nights at Turnmills and Smithfields in East London and at The Bomb in Barrett's home town of Nottingham. These club nights saw The Chemical Brothers grow from underground cult DJs to international rock stars, signing to Virgin Records and releasing a string
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to tell a mechanic that he was cleared for a test flight. Boniface arrived in time to arrest him at gunpoint, as he sat in the cockpit, trying to learn the controls. Von Werra was sent back to Hayes under armed guard. Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Nottinghamshire Nottingham Commons:Category:Nottingham
, prompting the prince to put a bounty on their heads and makes the Sheriff his personal tax collector. Fairfield is a strong academic school with a vast majority of pupils going on to attend Secondary Public Schools (Public school (UK)) or high performing Independent Day Schools. It serves primarily as the preparatory feeder school for Loughborough Grammar School for boys and Loughborough High School for girls, however many also go on to attend the surrounding Public school (UK
student station broadcasting on a Low powered AM Restricted Service Licence and a BBC local radio station. Radio stations include: *BBC Radio Nottingham *Gold (Gold (radio)) *Gem 106 *Capital East Midlands Student Radio The city's two universities both broadcast their own student radio stations. Nottingham Trent University's FlyFM is based at the university's city campus and is broadcast online. http
, some of which still exist to this day. Whilst St Ann's Allotments http: www.staa-allotments.org.uk in Nottingham, created in the 1830s, is regarded as one of the oldest allotments sites in England, as well as the largest site of Victorian gardens in the world, the accolade is actually reserved by Great Somerford Free Gardens in the Wiltshire village of Great Somerford. These were created in 1809 following a letter from Rev Stephen Demainbray to King George III
'''Nottingham''' ( ) is a city (city status in the United Kingdom) in the ceremonial county of Nottinghamshire in the East Midlands of England.
Nottingham is known for its links to the legend of Robin Hood and for its lace-making, bicycle and tobacco industries. It was granted its city charter in 1897 as part of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
In 2013, Nottingham had an estimated population of 310,837 with the wider urban area (Nottingham Urban Area), which includes many of the city's suburbs, having a population of 729,977. The population of the Nottingham Derby metropolitan area is estimated to be 1,543,000.
Nottingham is a popular tourist destination; in 2011, visitors spent over £1.5 billion - the sixth highest amount in England.
Culturally, there are two large-capacity theatres, numerous museums and art galleries, the Broadway Cinema, the Savoy Cinema, Nottingham and several live music venues, including the Nottingham Arena and Rock City (Rock City (club)), both of which regularly host major UK and international artists. The city also hosts two music festivals annually - Dot to Dot (Dot to Dot Festival), which takes place in various city centre venues over the course of a weekend every May, and Splendour (Splendour in Nottingham), in Wollaton Park each July.
Nottingham has an award-winning public transport system, https: www.nctx.co.uk 2014 11 hat-trick-of-prestigious-award-wins-for-nottingham-city-transport including the largest publicly owned bus network in England south-west of the city.
Over 61,000 students attend the city's two universities, Nottingham Trent (Nottingham Trent University) and the University of Nottingham.