This car park is also accessible for specific events and pavilion deliveries. The brand new Forest Sports Zone encourages more people to use the Forest Recreation Ground for sport and active recreation and is providing local communities and visitors to Nottingham access to high quality sporting and social facilities. The improvements include better quality artificial pitches, the creation of new 3rd generation 3G pitches and a new multi-use games area MUGA. The brand new two-storey pavilion building houses secure changing rooms and dedicated spaces for sporting clubs and the local community to meet to learn and socialise. It has also seen the Community outreach arm of Nottingham Forest Football Club open facilities on the site where the club was formed years ago.
The Forest Recreation Ground is an open space and recreation ground in Nottingham, England, approximately one mile north of the city centre. This urban . In addition to hosting many other popular events, the Forest Recreation Ground also has a variety of recreation facilities.
A vast expanse of space on the Forest, somewhere to enjoy a hot drink and something nice to eat Bonfire Night is held at Forest Rec and both this year and last I throughly enjoyed the fireworks A vast expanse of space on the Forest, somewhere to enjoy a hot drink and something nice to eat, two parks for the kids and astro turf and grass football pitches. The forest provides a lovely walk any time of the year.
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The Forest Recreation Ground is an open space and recreation ground in Nottingham , England, approximately one mile north of the city centre. This urban space is bounded by the neighbourhoods of Forest Fields to the north, Mapperley Park to the east, Arboretum to the south and Hyson Green to the west. It is best known as the site of the city's famous annual Goose Fair.