Rural and City Highlights
The East Midlands – Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire – has a stunning range of rural highlights including Chatsworth House, Sherwood Forest and National Trust properties including Clumber Park.
Nottinghamshire is also a great sporting county, with the world-famous Trent Bridge cricket ground, Nottingham Forest and Notts County football clubs and the Nottingham Panthers ice hockey team. You can also find the national water sports centre at Holme Pierpont, King’s Mill Reservoir including the urban adventure centre, Newark, Southwell and Colwick racecourses, and a host of excellent heathland golf courses including Hollinwell, Worksop and Sherwood Forest.
City highlights include the theatres, museums and galleries including the Theatre Royal, Royal Concert Hall and the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham city.
A Place to Call Home for Everyone
The East Midlands is a vibrant mixture of city and rural living in a beautiful part of the country, situated on the edge of the peak district.
In addition to the nearby cities of Nottingham, Derby and Lincoln, there are a wide range of towns and villages surrounding our hospitals meaning there will be a place to make a home for everyone.
Our corner of Nottinghamshire and the East Midlands is one of the best places to raise a family and Sherwood Forest Hospitals can help you do that with a rewarding career and a great place to work.
If you need support relocating your family here we would be happy to help.
Mansfield Community Hospital
In your free time if you prefer being outside in the fresh air you couldn’t wish for a more beautiful part of the country. On the edge of the Peak District and home to the world-famous Sherwood Forest you can walk, cycle, climb and sail through breath-taking scenery.
Sports-wise, Nottinghamshire is home to the world famous Trent Bridge cricket ground; twice European Cup winning Nottingham Forest football club; one of the oldest football clubs, Notts County; the National Ice (home of the Nottingham Panthers); the National Watersports Centre at Holme Pierrepoint; King’s Mill Reservoir, including the urban adventure centre; horse racing at Southwell and Colwick; and a host of excellent golf courses, including Hollinwell, Worksop, Sherwood Forest and the Nottinghamshire Golf and Country Club.
Nottingham, Mansfield and Newark have vibrant night lives with bars, pubs, nightclubs and live music venues, including The Old Trip to Jerusalem, the Salutation and the Bell in Nottingham (all vying for the title of the oldest pub in the country), the world-famous Rock City and Nottingham Arena, which regularly hosts some of the biggest names in pop, rock and comedy.
If the arts are your thing there are theatres, museums and galleries to pick from, including the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall, which date back to 1865; Nottingham Playhouse, the recently refurbished Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery; National Civil War Centre focusing on the strategic importance of Newark, and Nottingham Contemporary Art Gallery showcasing some of the most interesting modern artists. More history can be explored at National Trust properties including Clumber Park and Southwell Workhouse.
There are beautiful towns, villages and suburbs, including Newark, Ravenshead, Southwell, West Bridgford and The Park area of Nottingham. We’re well connected with an 80-minute train Eastern Mainline journey to London’s Kings Cross and the East Midlands Mainline from Nottingham takes you to London’s St Pancras in under two hours.
We feel our corner of Nottinghamshire is one of the best places to raise a family and Sherwood Forest Hospitals can help you do that with a rewarding career and a welcoming and vibrant place for you and your family to live.