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'''Edwinstowe'''[http://www.edwinstowe.co.uk/], in [[Nottinghamshire]] in the [[East Midlands]] region of [[England]], is where Robin Hood allegedly had his camp in [[Sherwood Forest]]. The local church, St.Mary's, claims to be where he married Maid Marian. Surrounded by all that remains of Sherwood Forest, Edwinstowe is now an ex-pit village with 5000 inhabitants and a thriving tourist industry.
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'''Edwinstowe'''[http://www.edwinstowe.co.uk/], in [[Nottinghamshire]] in the [[East Midlands]] region of [[England]], is where Robin Hood allegedly had his camp in [[Sherwood Forest]]. The local church, St.Mary's, claims to be where he married Maid Marion. Surrounded by all that remains of Sherwood Forest, Edwinstowe is now an ex-pit village with 5000 inhabitants and a thriving tourist industry.
  
 
==Get in==
 
==Get in==
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*'''The Forest Lodge''' (See above at the main crossroads)
 
*'''The Forest Lodge''' (See above at the main crossroads)
 
*'''The Manvers Arms''' (Just off Mansfield Rd, to the West of the Village)
 
*'''The Manvers Arms''' (Just off Mansfield Rd, to the West of the Village)
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*'''The Royal Oak''' (Closed at present 9/2/15)
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*'''Ye Olde Jug and Glass''' (Closed - For sale)
 
*'''The Black Swan''' (High Street)
 
*'''The Black Swan''' (High Street)
 
*'''The Hammer & Wedge''' (Just off the left of the bottom of the high street)
 
*'''The Hammer & Wedge''' (Just off the left of the bottom of the high street)
*'''Dukeries Hotel''' (Formerly ''Ma Hubbards'')
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*'''The Miners Welfare''' (Closed - demolished)
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*'''Dukeries Hotel''' (Formerly the Ma Hubbards)
 
*'''South Forest''' (At the crossroads at the south end of the village)
 
*'''South Forest''' (At the crossroads at the south end of the village)
 
*'''Robin Hood''' (At the crossroads at the south end of the village)
 
*'''Robin Hood''' (At the crossroads at the south end of the village)
*'''Rose Cottage''' (Near CenterParcs on the A614)
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*'''Rose Cottage''' (Near Centre Parcs on the A614)
*'''The Royal Oak''' (Closed at present 9/2/15)
 
*'''Ye Olde Jug and Glass''' (Closed - For sale)
 
*'''The Miners Welfare''' (Demolished)
 
  
 
==Sleep==
 
==Sleep==

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