Lap Dancing Clubs in Nottinghamshire
- Sorry No Clubs
Think of Nottinghamshire and you probably think of Sherwood Forest, mining for coal and Brian Clough’s world beating Nottingham Forest team of the 1970’s and 1980’s. Hardworking, hard playing, the people of Notts might not have a metropolis like Liverpool or Manchester within its boundaries but they are rightly proud of their county.
Right at the heart of England it was the main region for coal extraction in the industrial revolution, it also produced lace and other textiles but now relies on 21st century industries hi-tech and services for most of the jobs in the area. It is acknowledged by successive governments as being a special investment region.
Everyone knows that Nottinghamshire is the home of Robin Hood and his gang of merry outlaws who challenged the rule of the evil Sheriff of Nottingham in the middle ages, but did you know that the post of sheriff is still elected in the area? You can visit Sherwood Forest and it’s Robin Hood museum in the summer months, it’s an amazing family day out in this picturesque forest national park.
Nottingham Forest FC are the most successful football team in the area, especially when they had iconic Brian Clough at the helm. He won them two European cups (the forerunner of the Champions League these days) and a first division title from 1977 to 1980. The other major soccer club in the county is Notts County who play in the Second Division. Northampton Saints are a successful rugby league team playing in the Aviva Premier league who have won Aviva Premiership titles and had European glory.
Prominent Notts folk include writer DH Lawrence, who was the son of a coal miner and wrote of the life of people of the region. He wrote controversial Lady Chatterley’s Lover which was banned after his death in 1928 and still causes controversy to this day.