What's the Pollen Count in Nottingham Today?
Want to know how many tissues to stuff in your pocket today? Your Pollen Pal can help with that. Search by postcode above for a detailed breakdown of the pollen count in Nottingham today.
Pollen Forecast for Nottingham
Whether it’s a springtime picnic (pass the scotch eggs!) or you’re strapping yourself into a harness and scrambling in the treetops at Go Ape, our pollen tracker can work out how high the pollen count in Nottingham is going to be over the coming days.
Pollen Hotspots in Nottingham
Like Robin Hood himself, we’re big fans of Nottingham’s green spaces - but not so impressed when it the high pollen levels have us reaching for our Allergy Comfort Wipes.
If you’re on the lookout for pollen hotspots in Nottingham, you’ll likely find them in and around these green spaces. Arboretum Park is a popular destination for weekend walks, but is also home to a tree trail featuring everything from the London Plane (that peaks in May ) and Common Lime (expect high pollen from this tree in June).
Graph shows mean pollen grains per metre cube in Nottingham
Trees are the biggest offenders with oak trees are a common sight in Nottingham’s many forested areas, such as Clumber Park and Sherwood Pines. If you’re planning on donning your walking boots in late spring and heading to Rushcliffe Country Park, it’s worth noting that oak tree pollen peaks in May.
Hay Fever Friendly Activities in Nottingham
We love to watch the seasons change at the likes of the Arboretum, especially when the tree pollen that the city is notorious for starts to retreat in the winter. But if you want to reduce the risk of itchy eyes and sniffly noses altogether, we have some great suggestions for hay fever-friendly activities in Nottingham.
Graph shows pollen grains per metre cube by month for each main type in Nottingham
Nottingham’s history is rich and exciting. While the legend of Robin Hood dominates many tourist attractions, there are plenty of historical sites to duck into to escape the pollen in the spring and summer.
1. City of Caves
2. St Mary’s Church
3. National Justice Museum
Nottingham offers plenty of opportunity to indulge in some retail therapy. From vintage, independent stores filled with hidden gems to high street brands in the modern shopping centre, whatever your tastes, you’ll find somewhere to browse.
1. Victoria Centre
2. Hockley and Lace Market
3. Hurts Yard
Prefer to stay under cover? No problem. There are plenty of indoor attractions around Nottingham to have some fun, without the hay fever symptoms.
1. Zero Latency
2. i-Jump Trampoline Park
3. National Ice Centre