The Stag and Pheasant

With the advent of a new Stag and Pheasant on Clumber Street we have been looking at the Museum collections for old pictures of the pub.

The original pub shown in the top image was rebuilt in 1913 to give it the new frontage shown in the second image.

In 1994 it was renamed the Tap and Spile and then a few year later became Nelson’s.  More recently it was incorporated into the newly developed Martha’s Vineyard.

Stag and Pheasant c.1904
Mansfield Museum
Stag and Pheasant 1971
Mansfield Museum
Stag and Pheasant 1988
Mansfield Museum

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  • I think this pub was a favourite hang out for the artists appearing in the productions at The Civic (latterly The Palace) Theatre. They were warmly hosted by Doris & Stef; landlady & landlord extraordinaire.

    By Michael Fell (16/06/2011)
  • One of my Great Grandfathers was John Beckett 1865 – 1933,a Mansfield builder. As a child I was told he built or remodelled many public houses in and around Mansfield. These included The Stag & Pheasant, Horse & Jockey, the facard to the Grand cinema,and many half timbered style pubs such as Black Bull,Rufford Arms etc. for which the architect was usually Nathaniel Lane whose offices were on Leeming Street

    By Michael Hayes (19/08/2010)

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