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To Die For, is to die for.

By Phoebe Cox / October 19, 2021
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The venue is central to Mansfield town, across from Regent News and where Vinyl Lounge used to be. Mansfield Market and Four Seasons Shopping Centre are nearby. It is spacious inside, with seating available outside, and a devilish menu ‘to die for.’  This afternoon, I stopped off for a bite to eat and a much-needed…

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Cakefield Cakes Tea Room: A Platter of Pleasley

By Phoebe Cox / June 8, 2021
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I was kindly invited down to Gemma’s lovely tea room, which resides within the heart of Pleasley and is located by a calming scenic view of the waterfront as passing ducks, swans, and geese swim by… Sitting outside felt like having a front-row seat to a nature reserve. It certainly enhances its location and adds…

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He may be Mansfield’s Music Man, but Ken is Warsop Born n Bred

By Phoebe Cox / April 13, 2021
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‘Mansfield On The Map’ chats with Ferocious Dog’s frontman, Ken Bonsall, or as many know him as, ‘Red Ken’. Ferocious Dog is a Celtic-folk band, originating from Warsop, in Mansfield.  The band is big on community work and the art of giving back, much of what we have seen in recent times with the impact…

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No.19 Cafe & Bistro (Was Tea Cosy)

By Phoebe Cox / April 9, 2021
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‘Afternoon Tea & A Cup of Yorkshire Rosey Lee!‘ I contacted The Tea Cosy Café on Facebook yesterday afternoon and booked an afternoon tea for myself and the family. I received a reply promptly, inquiring about our dietary preferences and we set a delivery date. All this information was exchanged within a couple of messages and then…

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It’s 9 minutes past 12 somewhere, right?

By Phoebe Cox / April 6, 2021
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Just in case anybody is a little confused about the title, it is a reference to the broken clock. For it is indeed 9 minutes past 12 somewhere… Did you know that Warsop Town Hall as it stands today, was built in 1933? I did not know either. I only know that now, because I had to…

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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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