• Discover open spaces in Nottingham

    The NOSF Green Map of Nottingham Website is designed to help you locate your nearest Open Space to relax, play or volunteer.

  • Walking routes in Nottingham City

    Walking routes provided by Nottingham City Council. The site has a number of walking routes that can help you discover your local area, landmarks and heritage, whilst keeping physically active from your doorstep. There are links to guided walks produced by the Local Access Forum (LAF).

  • The Rushcliffe Big Green Book

    The Rushcliffe Big Green Book has been developed as part of the GreenSpace Green Social Prescribing Project and it is a directory of nature-based activities and opportunities around Rushcliffe.

  • Green Social Prescribing

    Green social prescribing is a way of connecting people to nature-based activities and green groups, projects and schemes in their local community for support with health and wellbeing. Often this will be through a referral from a Link Worker based at a GP practice or another primary care professional.

  • Walking in Nottinghamshire

    Enjoy free exercise in the fresh air by exploring Nottinghamshire on foot. Two Routes and Rides brochures include a selection of routes that offer a great introduction to walking, cycling or horse riding in Nottinghamshire.

  • Notts Ramblers

    Website of Nottinghamshire Ramblers who provide support to other Rambler Groups in Nottingham and walks. The site has details of the fourteen groups spread throughout the county.

  • One Step Walkers

    One Step Walkers, a 40+ walking group exploring the beautiful landscapes of Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire & Staffordshire.

  • Mansfield & Sherwood Ramblers

    Mansfield and Sherwood Ramblers is the local Ramblers Group for Mansfield, Sutton-in-Ashfield and the surrounding area; including Warsop, Rainworth, Edwinstowe, Ollerton and Forest Town.

  • Notts Footpath Preservation Society

    Group who monitor the County’s much improved footpath system, along with the Ramblers. We are constantly in touch with the County Council, working to keep our network open and up to date for those who love walking.

  • Slow Ways

    Slow Ways is an initiative to create a national network of walking routes connecting all of Great Britain’s towns and cities as well as thousands of villages.

  • Walk Notts

    Walks Notts have a big ambition, to inspire people in our city and county to walk more often, particularly those who currently don’t incorporate walking into their everyday lives.

  • Delve into the world of cinema by searching for and discovering your favourite movie's filming locations!

    Movie Mapper is your all-access pass to the world of cinema! Ever wondered where “Love Actually” and “Trainspotting” were filmed? Did you know that some scenes from the Barbie movie were shot in Hertfordshire? With this interactive map, you can explore the locations that brought iconic movie moments to life.

  • Staycations and sustainability A beginner's guide and where to go

    Now more than ever, it’s important for us to be mindful of how our actions impact the environment. But that doesn’t mean that exploring the great outdoors has to come at a cost — there are plenty of ways to enjoy and explore nature responsibly whilst also having a wonderful time.

  • Time to Connect Nottinghamshire

    Follow the Time to Connect Art Trail! Discover six unique sculptures at six Nottinghamshire venues.

  • Rehab4addiction

    Find drug and alcohol rehab or outpatient treatment in Nottinghamshire. Select from a variety of options, including residential and outpatient treatment to suit your needs.