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NG postcode area

Nottingham postcode area
NG is located in the United Kingdom
NG
Postcode area NG
Postcode area name Nottingham
Post towns 7
Postcode districts 32
Postcode sectors 167
Postcodes (live) 28,537
Postcodes (total) 35,779
Statistics as at February 2012[1]

The NG postcode area, also known as the Nottingham postcode area,[2] is a group of postcode districts around Nottingham that covers Nottinghamshire (except for the Bassetlaw district and the far southwest of Rushcliffe borough), south east Derbyshire, south west Lincolnshire and part of north east Leicestershire.

Contents

  • Coverage 1
  • Map 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Coverage

The approximate coverage of the postcode districts:

Postcode district Post town Coverage Local authority area
NG1 NOTTINGHAM Nottingham City Centre Nottingham
NG2 NOTTINGHAM Nottingham City Centre, Sneinton, The Meadows, West Bridgford Nottingham, Rushcliffe
NG3 NOTTINGHAM Carlton, Sneinton, St Ann's, Mapperley Gedling, Nottingham
NG4 NOTTINGHAM Carlton, Gedling Village, Netherfield Gedling
NG5 NOTTINGHAM Sherwood, Arnold, Bestwood, Carrington, Top Valley, Rise Park Nottingham, Gedling
NG6 NOTTINGHAM Bestwood Village, Bulwell, Old Basford Nottingham, Gedling
NG7 NOTTINGHAM New Basford, Forest Fields, Hyson Green, Radford, Lenton Nottingham
NG8 NOTTINGHAM Aspley, Wollaton, Whitemoor, Bilborough Nottingham
NG9 NOTTINGHAM Beeston, Stapleford, Lenton Abbey, Chilwell, Trowell, Bramcote Broxtowe, Nottingham
NG10 NOTTINGHAM Long Eaton, Sawley, Sandiacre Erewash
NG11 NOTTINGHAM Clifton, Ruddington, Gotham, Kingston on Soar Nottingham, Rushcliffe
NG12 NOTTINGHAM Cotgrave, Radcliffe on Trent, Keyworth, Edwalton Rushcliffe
NG13 NOTTINGHAM Bingham, Whatton, Bottesford, Aslockton Rushcliffe, Melton
NG14 NOTTINGHAM Calverton, Lowdham, Burton Joyce, Gunthorpe Gedling
NG15 NOTTINGHAM Hucknall, Ravenshead, Newstead Ashfield, Gedling
NG16 NOTTINGHAM Kimberley, Eastwood, Nuthall, Langley Mill, Pinxton, Selston, Awsworth, Ironville, Jacksdale, Underwood, Brinsley, Watnall Broxtowe, Amber Valley
NG17 NOTTINGHAM, SUTTON-IN-ASHFIELD Sutton-in-Ashfield, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Stanton Hill, Skegby Ashfield
NG18 MANSFIELD Mansfield Mansfield
NG19 MANSFIELD Mansfield Woodhouse, Forest Town Mansfield
NG20 MANSFIELD Shirebrook, Market Warsop Bolsover
NG21 MANSFIELD Rainworth, Edwinstowe, Clipstone Newark and Sherwood
NG22 NEWARK Bilsthorpe, Newark-on-Trent Newark and Sherwood
NG23 NEWARK Newark-on-Trent, Collingham, Long Bennington Newark and Sherwood
NG24 NEWARK Newark-on-Trent, Balderton Newark and Sherwood
NG25 SOUTHWELL Southwell Newark and Sherwood
NG31 GRANTHAM Grantham South Kesteven
NG32 GRANTHAM Grantham, Croxton Kerrial, Sedgebrook South Kesteven, Melton
NG33 GRANTHAM Grantham, Castle Bytham, Corby Glen South Kesteven
NG34 SLEAFORD Sleaford, Scredington North Kesteven
NG70 MANSFIELD Special Business Reply Service Mansfield
NG80 NOTTINGHAM Experian Nottingham
NG90 NOTTINGHAM Boots the Chemists Broxtowe, Nottingham

Map

NG postcode area map, showing postcode districts in red and post towns in grey text, with links to nearby DE, DN, LE, LN, PE and S postcode areas.

Detailed map of postcode districts in central Nottingham

See also

References

  1. ^ "ONS Postcode Directory Version Notes" (ZIP). National Statistics Postcode Products.  
  2. ^ Royal Mail, Address Management Guide, (2004)
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