Grapevine in NG8
Delivered to residents in parts of Wollaton and Bramcote
Wollaton in the west side of Nottingham is famous for the Wollaton Hall and Deer park. It is very near to the City centre and the Nottingham Queens Medical Centre. It is considered one of the most desirable parts of the city in which to live, with relatively high house prices.
This is largely due to the good quality schools, traditional public houses and good access to the M1 via the A52 to the South and the A610 to the North. As a tribute to two of Nottingham’s favourite sporting stars, Wollaton is home to the Torvill and Dean estate, built near the former site of Wollaton Colliery.
Bramcote is about five miles southwest of Nottingham. Originally it had one of the main roads between the cities of Nottingham and Derby (about 15 miles apart) passing through the village centre. Nowadays the main Nottingham – Derby road (the A52 – called the Brian Clough Way in honour of the late football manager who brought success to both Derby County and Nottingham Forest) passes a little to the north of the village centre, partially cutting the centre from the Bramcote Hills part of the village. The original road snakes through the old centre entering a steep-sided cutting just south of the centre, forming a blind bend known as ‘Devils Bend’.