The Robin Hood Inn
17 Hall Lane, Brinsley, Nottinghamshire
Named after the most famous of English outlaws, the Robin Hood people used by the author D. H. Lawrence and his father when they lived at Brinsley. It exhibits ghostly manifestations. these include the ghost of a previous proprietor, who was a large fat man who makes noisy appearances. Reports also say it exhibits ghostly manifestations. these include Lawrence’s father. Nearby is a set of headstocks or pillory for the badly behaved men of the village.