Colwick is a suburb in the east of Greater Nottingham in England. It forms part of the Nottinghamshire borough of Gedling, although Colwick Country Park is actually within the city boundary. It lies between the River Trent and the railway line, with nearby places being Netherfield (to the east), Bakersfield (to the north-west), and Carlton (to the north). Colwick has a population of about 2000. There is one Church - an anglican church - John the Baptist.
Colwick was formerly famous as the birthplace of Colwick cheese, a soft and creamy curd cheese, allegedly invented in the village in the 17th century. By the 18th century, it was already being made at a number of other locations, persisting in manufacture until the late 20th century.
The episode of the The Upper Hand in which Caroline and Charlie are married was filmed at the derilect church adjacent to Colwick Hall.
Praedium to buy Colwick.(Praedium Group and Endurance Real Estate Group to purchase Colwick Business Center )(Brief Article)
Feb 16, 2005; The Praedium Group, a New York City-based national real estate investment firm, announced a joint venture acquisition with...