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Transport

The Sherwood Forest Trust is committed to sustainable transport, so here is some help in getting you into the Sherwood area, and helping cut down on emissions and congestion.

By Bus

Traveline (including Sherwood Forester Service)
National Express
Nottingham City Transport

By Tram

Nottingham Express Transit

By Rail

Trainline
East Midlands Trains

By Air

East Midlands Airport
Robin Hood Airport

By Car

However, if your mode of transport can only be a car then the M1 and A1(M) run north to south (or the other way if you need it!!) and are on the western and eastern edges of Sherwood.

Using the M1 then use exits 26, 27, 28, 29, 29A, 30, 31 or 32 depending on where you are visiting, 26 is furthest south and 32 is the most northerly.

Whilst if you’re using the A1(M) then use exit 34 and on the A1 then use the Blyth, A57/Mansfield, Ollerton/B1164, A46-A617/Mansfield, A46/Southwell, A52/Nottingham. These are in north to south order.

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