If you are interested in the heritage of this area, take a look at these websites and documents...
On the website www.nottshistory.org.uk you will find a wonderful collection of historical accounts - one of the most interesting is 'The Scenery of Sherwood Forest' written by the historian J Rodgers in 1908.
The Thoroton Society
The Thoroton Society (www.thorotonsociety.org.uk) is 'Nottinghamshire's principal historical and archaeological society' and the organisation's website includes a developing 'heritage gateway' and reviews of the latest historical books.
Community Heritage Project
If you are interested in becoming actively involved in the preservation of local heritage, join Sherwood Forest Trust's Community Heritage Project (Tel: 01623 758231).
To read more about the history and archeology of the Laxton castle site, please go to www.laxtoncastle.org.uk.
King's Clipstone heritage
You can read more about Kings Clipstone and the origins of the name on the Kings Clipstone Community website.