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Living in the East Midlands

We employ staff across the East Midlands and South Yorkshire. We deliver services across Nottinghamshire and from between the Lincolnshire coast to Yorkshire and Leicestershire.


The Home of Robin Hood with a rich history and numerous places to visit. In addition to Robin Hood, Nottingham boasts caves under the city centre dating back to Anglo Saxon times. The 19th Century Lace Market still maintains its own section within the city today, and with the National Justice Museum and the towns cobbled streets, its really a step back in time. Nottingham was a focal point in the Civil War with Charles 1 raising his standard at the castle. We have the literacy heroes of DH Lawrence and Lord Bryon. Within the shire there is Sherwood Forest, Creswell Craggs, Colwick Hall, Wollaton Hall, Newstead Abbey, Nottingham Castle to name but a few! The close proximity to East Midlands, Birmingham and Doncaster Sheffield Airports makes for great transport links.


Leicestershire is a fantastic place to visit with award winning universities, and the Curve Theatre at the St Georges Cultural quarter. A stroll down the beautiful old streets of the Old Town, taking in the medieval history and the canal scenery.  Leicester’s West End with the famous most cultural street in the country, with array of bars and shops. Richard Attenborough’s acting career began in Leicester’s Little Theatre and also is famous as the birthplace of Sue Townsend the creator of Adrian Mole. The Attenborough Art Centre, The Leicester Museums and numerous festivals at the O2 Academy and De Montfort hall. There is certainly a lot to Leicester and the surrounding area. 


Lincolnshire is a county of contrasts from the historic Lincoln City a rich culture of boutique shops, resultants to the North Lincolnshire coast and the beautiful countryside. Lincoln is home to the stunning Cathedral, The Lincoln Castle with its original copy of the 1215 Magna Carta and the remains of the Roman Lincoln Trail. The hub of museums, galleries and theatres creating a buzz throughout the city. The famous Lord Tennyson was born at Somersby house in Lincolnshire, with the rolling countryside an inspiration for his works. The traditional seaside experience on the Lincolnshire coast and the beautiful seals, and birdlife at Donna Nock, and are all attractions to visit.  The Wolds an area of outstanding beauty, Burghley house one of England’s greatest Elizabeth house and the family attraction of Rand Farm Park.

South Yorkshire

This area was once known for the heart of industry, but this has developed into an area of culture and music, a real mix of old and new. There are areas of Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham, Barnsley, Penistone, Tickhill, Elscar and Wortley.  The beautiful Botanical Gardens, Rivelin Valley Nature Trail, Yorkshire Wildlife parks and Wentworth Woodhouse are top attractions to visit in the area. The many local theatres, comedy clubs, bars and restaurants enable an enjoyable a night out in the area. The famous Meadowhall shopping centre with 230 stores and 50 places to eat, 11 screen cinema and over 1.4 million square foot there is plenty to inspire you.