‘WHO ARE YA?’ GOOD QUESTION.

Mansfield On The Map is a new local-based blog, which aims to write about all things ‘Mansfield’, the wider district and surrounding areas. The aim is to put Mansfield on the map, from a fresh and creative perspective… Focused on culture, creativity, community, and collaboration. 

The blog was set up by Mansfield-based Writer & Community Blogger, Phoebe Cox.

“Alongside my University studies, I have volunteered in and around Mansfield, and continue to do so. A proud Warsop resident; I love to write, whether it be producing blogs, poetry, or ‘right’ the wrongs in the world… The sky is the limit. I am well up for the challenge! As well as writing, I have a diverse array of social media experience and aim to utilise those skills, to put Mansfield On The Map. I have a chatty writing style and creative flare, which is why a blog is the perfect outlet for me! Exciting and inventive coverage, rooted in the blog’s main ethos of culture, creativity, community and collaboration is what I intend to bring to the local area. Wanna be on the map? Get in touch, let’s grow!”

Community coverage is what comes natural to Phoebe, as she often writes about positive, local stories. This is a space to do just that.

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MIND-FULL? MINDFUL?

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‘FREECYLE’ ON THE MAP

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Bright Living: A New Beginning

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‘WHO ARE YA?’
GOOD QUESTION.

Mansfield On The Map is a new local-based blog, which aims to write about all things ‘Mansfield’, the wider district and surrounding areas. The aim is to put Mansfield on the map, from a fresh and creative perspective… Focused on culture, creativity, community, and collaboration. 

 

The blog was set up by Mansfield-based Writer & Community Blogger, Phoebe Cox.

“Alongside my University studies, I have volunteered in and around Mansfield, and continue to do so. A proud Warsop resident; I love to write, whether it be producing blogs, poetry, or ‘right’ the wrongs in the world… The sky is the limit. I am well up for the challenge! As well as writing, I have a diverse array of social media experience and aim to utilise those skills, to put Mansfield On The Map. I have a chatty writing style and creative flare, which is why a blog is the perfect outlet for me! Exciting and inventive coverage, rooted in the blog’s main ethos of culture, creativity, community and collaboration is what I intend to bring to the local area. Wanna be on the map? Get in touch, let’s grow!”

Community coverage is what comes natural to Phoebe, as she often writes about positive, uplifting and supportive stories. The blog also welcomes collaborations with local businesses but this will be subject to a fee, as the young writer has to support herself on this blogging venture.

If you like what you see, you can support the blog by making a voluntary contribution via PayPal: mansfieldonthemap@outlook.com