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Your guide to residential and nursing care homes including specialist learning disability, respite, EMI and dementia in the East Midlands. For further information click on a home in the list below or alternatively select one of the counties or major cities of the region from the list on the right hand side.
The East Midlands is the fourth largest region in England by area and eighth by population. Historically, the region is possibly best known for the legend of Robin Hood, who is said to have lived in Sherwood Forest near Nottingham. Also the final battle of the War of the Roses was fought near Market Bosworth in Leicestershire. Its other attractions include the Peak District, Lincoln Cathedral and both Silverstone and Donington motor racing circuits.
Up until the late 20th century, the mining industry and engineering was the lifeblood of the region, but since then the East Midlands has moved to a more service and technology-based economy, although both Triumph and Rolls Royce still have strong local ties.
As of the 2001 census there were 484,201 people aged over 70 living in the East Midlands, approximately 11.6% of the total population.
Kingfisher Way, Off Coxmoor Road, Sutton-in-Ashfield, NG17 4BR
West Keal Hall, Hall Lane, West Keal, PE23 4BJ
Crich Place, North Wingfield, S42 5LY
28 Stewton Lane, Louth, LN11 8RZ
54 Belvoir Road, Coalville, LE67 3PP
Irchester Road, Knuston Spinney, NN29 7EY
1a Harborough Road, Rushden, NN10 0LT
34-36 Holme Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham, NG2 5AA
Sunnyside, Worksop, S81 7LN
Abington, Northampton, NN1 4NB