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West Bridgford is a bustling town located in the heart of Nottinghamshire. It’s home to many historical and modern landmarks and attractions, making it a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. Here are some of the highlights of West Bridgford that you won’t want to miss.

A great place to learn:

West Bridgford has an excellent selection of educational institutions, including primary schools such as West Bridgford Junior School and Jesse Gray Primary School. The town is also home to Rushcliffe School, a comprehensive secondary school with a sixth form. For younger children, there are several nurseries and pre-schools in the area, including Bright Horizons West Bridgford Day Nursery and The Acorn Nursery.

A great place to enjoy:

If you want to shop or dine in West Bridgford, head to Central Avenue, which has a great selection of independent boutiques, restaurants and cafés. You’ll find everything from vintage clothing stores to artisan bakeries here. Be sure to also visit Bridgford Park, a beautiful green space with a playground, skate park and tennis courts.

For those who love sports, West Bridgford is home to Nottingham Forest Football Club’s City Ground stadium. Visitors can tour the stadium and even catch a game if they’re lucky. Holme Pierrepont National Water Sports Centre is another popular attraction, offering a range of water-based activities, such as kayaking, canoeing and stand-up paddleboarding.

Historical sites include:

West Bridgford War Memorial: This memorial in Bridgford Park honours the men and women of West Bridgford who served in World War I and II.

St. Giles’ Church: This beautiful church dates back to the 12th century and is a Grade I listed building. It features a mix of architectural styles, including Norman and Gothic.

Bridgford Hall: This historic building was once the seat of the Musters family and is now used as a council building. It dates to the 18th century and is a Grade II listed building.

Lutterell Hall: This Grade II listed building was built in the late 19th century and was a community centre and library. It is now used as offices.

A great place to live and stay active:

West Bridgford’s active community enjoys participating in various sports and leisure activities. Here are some options to consider:

Rushcliffe Leisure Centre: This state-of-the-art facility has a gym, swimming pool, sports halls and fitness classes to suit all abilities.

West Bridgford Tennis Club: With 14 courts, this club is the perfect place to practise your serve or take tennis lessons.

The Nottinghamshire Golf and Country Club: This 36-hole golf course is set in beautiful parkland and offers golf lessons and equipment hire.

West Bridgford Hockey Club: This club has teams for all ages and skill levels, from beginners to advanced players.

Lady Bay Rugby Club: Join this friendly club for training, matches and social events at their home ground on Holme Road.

West Bridgford is a great place to call home, with its mix of history, modernity and community spirit.

Whether you’re a sports enthusiast or enjoy exploring new places, there’s something for everyone here, including our office on Albert Road.

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