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For the train operating company, see East Midlands Trains. For the European constituency, see East Midlands (European Parliament constituency).

The 2008 Lincolnshire earthquake was 5.2 magnitude.

Areas of the East Midlands designated by the East Midlands Biodiversity Partnership as Biodiversity Conservation Areas include: Major Oak in Sherwood Forest; a traditional landmark of the north-east Midlands; Britain's oldest tree is the Fortingall Yew in Perthshire; there are an estimated 3.8bn trees in the UK, with half of these in Scottish conifer forests.

Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire each produce around 30% of the region's sand and gravel output.

Barwell in Leicestershire had Britain's largest meteorite (7 kg, 15 lb) on 24 December 1965.

The centre of the East Midlands area lies roughly between Bingham, Nottinghamshire and Bottesford, Leicestershire.

The geographical centre of England lies in Higham on the Hill in west Leicestershire, close to the boundary between the East and West Midlands.

The National Centre for Earth Observation is at the University of Leicester.

The region is home to large quantities of limestone, and the East Midlands Oil Province.

The East Midlands' largest settlements are Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, Northampton, Chesterfield, Lincoln, Mansfield, Loughborough and Kettering.

Leicester is the largest city in the region, whilst the Nottingham Urban Area is its largest urban conurbation. Traffic in the region is growing at 2% per year – the highest growth rate of all regions in the United Kingdom.

Charnwood Forest is noted for its abundant levels of volcanic rock, estimated to be approximately 600 million years old.

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