Current local time now in Nottingham
Current rules in effect in Europe
- Standard Time began: Sunday 29 October 2017 01:00 GMT. Clocks went back one hour.
- Standard Time ends: Sunday 25 March 2018 01:00 GMT. Clocks go forward one hour.
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City of Nottingham
Nottingham is close to the centre of England at the heart of the East Midlands. Nottingham is approximately 120 miles (192 km) from London and 50 miles (80 km) north of Birmingham. Day and night Nottingham buzzes with life thanks to the great choice of shops, bars and pubs, restaurants, theatres and galleries, fine hotels, international sporting events and its reputable universities.
Among Nottingham's important historical sites and features are its unique labyrinth of caves under the city, the splendid mansion that is now Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery, with, close by, the spot where King Charles I raised his standard to begin the English Civil War, and Wollaton Hall, one of the most ornate Tudor buildings in Britain, with its 500 acre deer park.
Nottingham is the undisputed capital of the East Midlands. It is the 9th largest travel-to-work area in England with a population of 740,000 and 3 million people within an hour's drive.
Nottingham has two world-class universities and one in 11 of all City residents is a university student. The University of Nottingham is consistently rated among the top ten in the country with ten applications for every one student place; it is the most oversubscribed university in the country.
City of Nottingham website