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In past times canals provided vital links in the county's transport system. The Nottingham Canal (opened 1796) connected the River Trent, at Trent Bridge, with Langley Mill, near Eastwood.

Today the canals of Nottinghamshire are a focal point for tourists, walkers and fishermen.

Sit back and enjoy the sunshine with Mark as he trys to catch some pike. Look out for the stork that lives in these parts of the Nottingham Canal by the London Road Island.

Have a wander into town and down to Old Market Square >>
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