Clumber was an 18th-century country house, the home of the Dukes of Newcastle. The park around the house was originally landscaped by Henry Fiennes-Clinton Pelham-Clinton from 1768-1788, with the possible assistance of Capability Brown. Pleasure grounds were added by 1860.
The Estate Office, Clumber Park, Worksop,
England, S80 3AZ
Sherwood Forest is the last vestige of an ancient oak woodland, linked to the legend of Robin Hood, who was said to meet with his merry men at the Major Oak in the heart of the Forest. The Major Oak is over 1150 years old and can be reached by a lovely circular walk. Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve, B6034, Edwinstowe,
England, NG21 9RN