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Category:Arnold, Nottinghamshire

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suburb of the city of Nottingham
Instance of town,
unparished area of England
Location Gedling, United Kingdom
Authority control

53° 00′ 00″ N, 1° 07′ 19.2″ W

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English: The town's most notable landmark is probably the Home Ales building in Daybrook. Founded in 1875, the brewery was famous for its Robin Hood logo on beermats. The brewery remained independent until 1986 when it (along with its 450 owned public houses) was purchased by Scottish & Newcastle for £123million. Scottish & Newcastle gradually moved production to its Mansfield brewery site, resulting in the eventual closure of the Daybrook building in 1996. Home Bitter is still brewed under contract at Everards in Leicester, although many of the public houses that used to serve it now sell Theakston's beers instead. The Home Ales building now houses county council offices. The illuminated 'Home of the Best Ales' sign was altered to include the Nottinghamshire County Council logo.
Deutsch: Arnold ist ein nord-östlich gelegener Vorort von Nottingham an der Stadtgrenze und gehört zum Bezirk Gedling. Die Stadt Arnold hat etwa 35.900 Einwohner (Stand 2000). Der Name stammt von Ernehale was so viel wie valley of eagles (Adlertal) bedeutet.
Italiano: Arnold è una cittadina di 35.900 abitanti della contea del Nottinghamshire, in Inghilterra.
Volapük: Arnold binon zif in grafän: Nottinghamshire, in Linglän.


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