This month it was announced Nottingham Castle would open to the public in June, having been closed since 2018 to allow for a marvellous £30m transformation. Reporter Joseph Locker speaks to the city council leader and heritage lottery director to find out how it really could become "a catalyst for regeneration".
On June 21 this year Nottingham Castle will lower its drawbridge - figuratively - for all to see its remarkable renovation and restoration.
Stepping inside the walls it is immediately evident the Nottingham Castle Trust has invested both time and money in making the historically important site a "world-class" attraction, with hopes to attract a global audience and thus benefit the city tremendously.
The Ducal Palace now houses elegant galleries and a museum filled with intriguing and interactive displays, while the castle undercroft has been used for an immersive Robin Hood experience to tell the story of the
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