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Sutton-in-Ashfield is a market town in the Ashfield district of Nottinghamshire,with a population of around 43,000. The main tourist attraction in Sutton-in-Ashfield, is the largest sundial in Europe. It is located in the middle of Portland Square, adjacent to the Sutton Centre Community College and Idlewells Shopping Centre. A further local attraction stands on the former site of Silverhill Colliery close to the scenic village of Teversal on the north-west edge of Ashfield. The area has been transformed from the colliery to a woodland, which features several walks for all abilities and also features the highest point in Nottinghamshire. At the highest point stands a monument to all the miners who have worked in the area’s coalfields.
Contrary to popular and widespread belief among townsfolk, the reservoir lies within Sutton In Ashfield itself, and not in the neighbouring parish of Mansfield. Alongside the water reservoir is the Mill Adventure Base with sailing activities. This is one of three Nottinghamshire adventure bases, with the other two at Worksop (Sandhill) and Holme Pierrepont (Lakeside)all of which are available for people aged 11-19. The sailing club has used the reservoir since 1959. Kings Mill received its name from a mill on the north-east of the reservoir, once owned by John Cockle and his wife, who gave Henry II of England a night’s lodgings and breakfast during his reign.
Sutton used to have a large and ageing swimming pool, with a (rare) high diving board, at the Sutton Pools Complex on Brooke street which was closed as a result of new plans, which lead it to be replaced directly by the new 16m Lammas Leisure Centre. The centre was opened on 1 November 2008 by Dame Kelly Holmes. There is a local athletics club and swimming club associated with both local schools and The Lammas Centre itself. There is also the multi-faceted Coxmoor Golf Club on Coxmoor Road (B6139), next to the A611. As a result of local council grant applications for sport development, Sebastian Coe opened a new athletics track for the town at the nearby Ashfield School in February 2007.
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