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List of people from Nottingham

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of notable people with a Wikipedia page, who have been or are associated with Nottingham and district (postcodes NG1–NG16), arranged by category and date of birth. Entries are in birth order. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (ODNB) is pay-walled.

Armed forces

Arts

Business

Literature

D. H. Lawrence, world famed author (1906)
D. H. Lawrence, world famed author (1906)

Music

Politics

Religion

Technology and scholarship

Sport

Boxing

Cricket

Association football

Gymnastics

  • (Born 1992) Becky Downie, gymnast at the Commonwealth Games, European Championships and 2008 and 2016 Olympics, 2015 World bronze medallist, was born in Nottingham.[155]
  • (Born 1993) Sam Oldham, gymnast, member of GB bronze medal-winning team, 2012 Olympics, was born in Keyworth.
  • (Born 1994) Niamh Rippin, gymnast, London 2012 reserve, was born in Nottingham.
  • (Born 1999) Ellie Downie, gymnast, sister of Becky Downie, multiple medallist at Youth Olympic Games, 2014 Junior European champion on vault, 2015 World bronze medallist, European all=round champion, 2016 Olympian, was born in Nottingham.

Martial arts

Other sports

Stage, broadcasting and film

Joe Dempsie
Joe Dempsie

Miscellaneous

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