Tourism up in the East Midlands
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East Midlands attractions prove popular with tourists

The East Midlands has been named as the third most popular region to visit, according to a survey by VisitEngland.

Visitors to such attractions as Nottinghamshire's Wollaton Park and Sherwood Forest, and the New Walk Museum in Leicester, are up by 5% this year.

Chatsworth House in Derbyshire is also still a favourite with visitors from home and abroad.

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