Lakeside Arts
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Lakeside Arts
Event Detail
Connected to our Editing DH Lawrence exhibition

Guided Walk: DH Lawrence in Nottingham

Saturday 26 February, 2pm
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Approx. 40 minutes
Meeting point: Nottingham City Centre, corner of Station Street and Carrington Street

Join us on a short walk through Nottingham City Centre as we trace the footsteps of Paul Morel from DH Lawrence’s Sons and Lovers. Learn about Lawrence’s experiences in Nottingham and how these inspired many of his novels and characters. The route is mostly flat and is approximately ½ mile in length. Please wear suitable footwear.  

The tour will be followed by an optional tram trip to Lakeside Arts to visit the Editing DH Lawrence exhibition with the curator. 

Images of Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, the Robin Hood statue, and Wollaton Hall

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