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Opening Times

The Tower and Grounds are open every day except Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm (From Oct to Mar the Grounds will close at 4:30 pm). In inclement weather, visitors may not be permitted access to the Tower but can visit other Memorials within the grounds and the tea shop.

Charges:

Cars and m/cycles £1.50
Coaches and Mini-buses £3.00

Access to the Tower is free but a donations box is situated at the foot of the stairwell for the convenience of visitors.

All donations/charges go towards the upkeep and maintenance of the Tower and its grounds.

Contact Details
Secretary to the Trustees
++44(0)115 9465415
rhqmercian.notts@btconnect.com

Crich Memorial Warden
++44(0)1773 852350


 



The Sherwoods Foresters

Traditions, Battle Honours and the 'Esprit De Corps' are the things Regiments are made of. They promote feelings of pride, honour, trust and above all else a sense of belonging.

Men are bound together into a family by these things and the bonds are powerful and lasting. Men will fight for their Country when ordered, but they will fight for the Honour of their Regiment simply because it is their family, and they are part of it.

One such 'Family' was The Sherwood Foresters. The regiment of the Counties of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Its men in the main were recruited from these two counties and this again helped make them into one of the nations most famous Regiment. (The Sherwood Foresters amalgamated with the Worcestershire Regiment in February 1970 to form The Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters regiment.

 
 
   
           
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