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In 1834 the Government set up a new system for dealing with the poor and homeless. Parishes were grouped together in ...
Woodhouse National School
The beginnings of St. Edmund's Primary School
Sights you won't see today...
Market Place Car Parking!
Today many car parks are needed to accommodate the large number of vehicles driven into the town every day. In ...
The Changing Face of Leeming Street
The Town’s increasing road traffic has necessitated several changes to Leeming Street over the last 120 years. Between the taking ...
Mansfield's Mail Coach Era
The Extent of the Mail Coach facilities in and through Mansfield
Forest Town Drill Hall/Kingsway Hall 1909 -2009
100 Years of History
The Rotherham - Pleasley (Mansfield) Turnpike Road
Ancient Highway to Turnpike Road
Mansfield's Victorian Postal District
The extent of Mansfield as a Postal District in Victorian Times
Cycling Clubs, History, Events and Facilities
A Brief History
Albert Sorby Buxton
Paintings of Mansfield
From Pit Lad to Opera Singer
Visit to Mansfield by Canadian Relatives
Forest Town Miners Hostel 1944 - 1959
The Hostel accommodated; Bevin Boys, Epileptic Children, Police, and displaced persons in its 15 year life.
Favourite Stags player
The Cycle Track
Mansfield's Foundries & Roadside Letter Boxes
Local production of letter boxes for the Post Office
In The Beginning
A brief history
Mansfield Fire Museum
Local fire museum
Memoirs of Harrop White
Extract from the memoirs of Harrop White (1856 – 1951), Town Clerk of Mansfield from 1904 to 1923. Published in ...
Mansfield Mines Rescue Service
I had the opportunity of having a tour of the new facility back in around 2008, arranged by a cousin...
York Street Secondary, Mansfield Woodhouse.
I was at York Street school 1965-1969 can remember some of the teachers Fred Allsop was history and pe teacher,...
Buildings in Mansfield
Picture number 2 is the River Maun towards Bridge St. James’ yard as has been said. If it’s enlarged you...
Jean Tryner nee Bailey
School song: Don’t know the title but went; Travel travel the pilgrim way, Travel by night travel by day, Who...
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