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Local Facilities

Shelford is small quiet and peaceful, a traditional farming village. There is a playing field on East Street with a children's play area and football goal. The Church, St Peter and St Paul is well worth a visit. There is a pub, at the other end of the village, The Earl of Chesterfield. There are many walks surrounding the village in the unspoiled countryside please ask for directions.

The surrounding Villages.

Perfect for a drink or meal overlooking the river with three establishments offering a very different choice. There is also a great walk down by the river past the lock complete with an excellent tea room and free parking.
Perhaps best known for Lowdham Leisure World for Caravans, Motor Caravans and accessories, David Fullers just past them is also well worth a look and a little further along on the right Lodge Farm sell caravans and accessories. In Lowdham itself there is a small Co-op, a pharmacy, off licence, Post Office and an excellent bookshop.
Just past Lowdham on the road to Southwell there is the superb, award winning Gonalston Farm Shop, selling superior meat, fish and a wide range of delicious foods and vegetables.
Radcliffe on Trent
The nearest 'big' village with pubs restaurants supermarkets and takeaways, the free car parks do not have height barriers.
Slightly bigger than Radcliffe with more choice including a Sainsbury's Local. Once again free parking. The Handicentre in Bingham supply calor gas and they will deliver to site.
East Bridgford
Two pubs and two small shops plus a Garden Centre.

The nearest large supermarket, a Morrisons superstore, is 6 miles away at Gamston, just off the A52 towards Nottingham. The nearest garage is 2 miles away at the Saxondale roundabout on the A52 towards Bingham.

Local Attractions

For more on the local area you can go to the Visit Nottingham web site