Forest New Ground
Forest New Ground incorporated the old Forest Racecourse and in some sources the cricket venue is referred to as Forest Racecourse or else as "Forest Ground".
First recorded in 1771 for the Nottingham v Sheffield match, the Forest ground was used for cricket until 1979, although it was superseded for first-class matches by Trent Bridge from 1840.
It is owned by Nottinghamshire City Council and is used for Football and the Annual Goose Fair.
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