Notable Nottinghamsters - William Booth

William Booth was born in 1829 in Notintone Place, off Sneinton Dale (not be be confused with Notintone Street which in on the other side of the road).

Booth left Nottingham in his twenties and founded the Salvation Army in London in 1865.

This statue stands in front of Booth's house, which is now a museum . The row of three Georgian houses is surrounded by the modern William Booth Memorial Complex which houses a church, community centre, lunchclub, playgroup and older person's residential home. St Stephen's with St Matthias Church is on the opposite side of the road.

Access to the museum courtyard is down the alleyway between the parade of shops on the left and the complex.