Macildowie have been ‘Building Great Futures’ in Nottinghamshire since 1993. In 2017 the county’s population was estimated to be 785,802 and of those, 401,265 were said to be economically active. There is also a big student population of 23,698. Of the 3,541 organisations we’re aware of with an NG postcode Macildowie has worked with more than 40% over the years.
Nottinghamshire is world famous for legendary hero Robin Hood, businessman and philanthropist Jesse Boot (the founder of Boots) as well as the lace-making, bicycle and tobacco industries. The county has a proud record for education with two top Universities as well as a host of other higher and further education establishments.
Nottinghamshire also has a strong sporting heritage, notably: A first class county cricket side who play at Trent Bridge. Notts County FC, recognised as the oldest Football League club in the world, founded in 1862 and one of the original 11 clubs who set up the football league in 1888. Nottingham Forest FC founded in 1865 and the third oldest club in the English Football League as well as European champions 1979 and 1980.
Not only is Nottinghamshire a vibrant place to live, but it houses employment opportunities from well-renowned businesses such as Experian, Boots, Capital One and Speedo as well as a host of other employers from PLCs to innovative start-ups and high growth businesses as well public and not-for profit organisations.