Victoria Embankment In Late Summer

Victoria Embankment In Late Summer. Hello friends, so how are you today?

There are lots of beautiful parks in Nottinghamshire and one of our favourite places is at The Victoria Embankment. The first time I seen it, I wanted to move here!! I phoned my husband up and said, pack up we are moving.

Victoria Embankment In Late Summer

Victoria Embankment In Late Summer:

Victoria Embankment In Late Summer. Nothing ever materialised from that conversation but we love to visit when possible. They also hold lots of great events held here too. Victoria Embankment in West Bridgford, Nottingham. It is a popular recreational area located alongside the River Trent.

Victoria Embankment In Late Summer

The Victoria Embankment is renowned for its beautiful scenery, wide greenery, and entertainment options. There are sports grounds, picnic spots, and a path along the river. Recreational activities like jogging, strolling, cycling, and picnicking are frequently done on the embankment. It’s a fantastic location to take in the fresh air and the breathtaking river views.


The Victoria Embankment also hosts a number of events all year long, including as fairs, festivals, and fireworks displays. The Victoria Embankment is also close by, as is the City Ground of the neighbouring Nottingham Forest Football Club.

A great spot for a photo shoot too!!

So lots of things to look out for. Last year I ran the Nottingham half marathon. We also had a great time at the Arm Forces Day where we watched the Red Arrows fly by and a bike race event was on not to long ago.

Victoria Embankment In Late Summer

They have a beautiful rose garden full of flowers.

Victoria Embankment In Late Summer

 How cool is the park for the children!?!

Park Life

How cool!?

Victoria Embankment In Late Summer

All good fun.


Now if you can get up, you can get down!! “I’m not getting down until someone helps me” *rushes over to help* wow it looks a long way up there!!

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Victoria Embankment In Late Summer
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  1. pixiedusk
    22 September 2014 / 09:29

    Love your daughter's dress and love this place! So serene and the rock really looks high =) #countrykids

  2. Annie
    22 September 2014 / 03:38

    Looks like a wonderful park, with beautiful flowers and the children's play area looks fun. Now, why are the kids are always so eager to climb, but need help to climb down…;)

  3. Kezzie
    20 September 2014 / 18:04

    Oooh, I've not been there. Looks nice. X

  4. Coombe Mill
    20 September 2014 / 16:02

    It sounds like you have some great local parks and yes it does look perfect for children. I do hope the lovely long summer days last so you can make the most of your local area. Stunning photos, clearly a place that has made it's mark on you. Thank you for sharing with me on Country Kids.

    • 20 September 2014 / 16:27

      Thanks Fiona, lovely here. I would have loved to run the half marathon again this year too, but not ready for it as it is next week ..

  5. Elegance and Mommyhood
    20 September 2014 / 15:37

    Gorgeous photos of Nottingham. I have seen a couple of movies that were shot there. Those fuchsia flowers are gorgeous as is your daughter in the polka dots dress. She looks very much like her pretty mom. =)

    • 20 September 2014 / 16:26

      Aww thanks Ada, thanks for the lovely comments :):)

  6. Izzie Anderton
    20 September 2014 / 11:30

    Here's to making the most of the weather for as long as possible. Fabulous photos x

    • 20 September 2014 / 16:25

      Me too, been a bit foggy and the nights are getting darker earlier this week I've notice 🙁

  7. Caroline Elliott
    20 September 2014 / 10:49

    Looks like a fab park, and a lovely day out! xx #countrykids

  8. Laura CYMFT
    20 September 2014 / 09:46

    Gorgeous photos. Looks like a great park!

  9. Redpeffer
    20 September 2014 / 09:00

    That does look like a great park and I love your daughter's dress by the way 🙂

    • 20 September 2014 / 16:00

      Aww thank you 🙂 we was out shopping before so she had one of her favourite dresses on ..