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‘The Toffee Hut brings poetry to town’

By Phoebe Cox / May 16, 2022
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On Sunday the 15th of May, history was made here in Mansfield as the year-old quirky cafe on Regent Street celebrated local creativity by hosting one of Nottingham Poetry Festival’s closing acts.  ‘An evening with Richard C. Bower & Guests’ saw the intimate venue sell out as residents came along to enjoy an evening of…

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JAMIE ‘JUDOKA’ JOHNSON

By Phoebe Cox / August 11, 2021
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Mansfield district-born Jamie Johnson is a Judo instructor who works for the British Judo Association. Johnson competed internationally before becoming a coach. Johnson celebrated a huge achievement in the Olympics towards the end of July, as one of the young women whom the Warsop resident coaches, Coventry’s Chelsie Giles, won Britain’s first medal of Tokyo…

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#UpTheLics

By Phoebe Cox / July 28, 2021
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What a night! On Saturday, July 24th, The Publics performed for the first time in two years, down at the Black Market Venue. The atmosphere was electric and so was the crowd. It was clear to see that the local 5-piece indie rock band has a lot of solid support as people danced the evening…

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Preserving the past, for the future.

By Phoebe Cox / April 6, 2021
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The Nottinghamshire Mining Museum is a registered charity and museum, at the heart of Mansfield Town, straight off the train and a short walk away from the bus station. Super accessible and well worth the visit! The museum is located at the: East Unit, Mansfield Railway Station Station Road Mansfield, Nottinghamshire NG18 1LP The museum…

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