Arnold

Town in Nottinghamshire, situated slightly to the North of Nottingham.

Population (2000) est. = 35,900*

*Source = Notts County Council

Arnold was referred to as 'Ernehale' in the Domesday Book, which translates as 'the valley of eagles'. Richard Parkes Bonington, an early 19th century painter was born in Arnold, and is probably its most famous alumni. The Open Directory Project has a category for him here. Arnold was also the home of 'Home Brewery', sadly the brewery closed in 1997 although the distinctive building that housed it is listed and is probably still the most prominent landmark.

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Arnold Library
Details of opening times and facilities.
Nottinghamshire Villages
History of this village, famous locals and pubs.
Wikipedia: Arnold
Encyclopaedia entry including a brief overview of the town, its history and information on local landmarks and notable people.
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