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Unveiled in 1952, the iconic Robin Hood statue in Nottingham pays tribute to this heroic outlaw. This seven-foot bronze figure weighing half a ton stands with bow bent and arrow notched, ready to fire. According to one story, Robin Hood was once held prisoner in Nottingham Castle, and managed to escape through a system of underground caves and tunnels. So there's hardly a more appropriate place for this statue to stand than just outside the castle walls, the point of his arrow tellingly aimed at the gatehouse.


But it isn't without its fair share of controversy. Many people were expecting to see Robin wearing a pointed triangular cap and feather, rather than the leather skull cap chosen by the sculptor as the more historically-accurate headwear worn by medieval foresters. Nonetheless, thousands of visitors flock to the statue every year, taking photos standing beside their hero.


This tea towel would make the perfect gift for any lover of legends and folklore.


We recommend that before you use your tea towel for the first time you wash it at least once to soften up the material and make it more absorbent for drying dishes.




Nottingham - Robin Hood Statue Tea Towel

Only 5 left in stock

    This is a new item.

    • Designed by Stephen Millership
    • 48cm x 70cm (please note size can vary slightly)
    • Half Panama organic bleached cotton
    • Heavy weight, textured finish
    • Machine wash at 40 degrees max.
    • Special inks for colours that last in the wash
    • Includes hanging loop
    • Designed and manufactured in the UK
    • Weight: 200g approx


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