Mansfield Town Centres
There are three distinct and separate town centres within the District of Mansfield. These are Mansfield which is the largest of them all followed by Mansfield Woodhouse and Warsop.
The largest town in the county, with a traditional market heritage, busy nightlife and emerging art scene. The 700-year-old market runs six days a week, while monthly farmers markets are stocked with local produce. Discover for yourself the town's industrial heritage, churches and family attractions including Mansfield Museum, Mansfield Palace Theatre, Making it! Discovery Centre and the East Midlands' best indoor water attraction Watermeadows.
For more information about Mansfield town centre, please use the links below:
Mansfield markets - a range of markets to suit everyone's needs
Car parks - dotted around the town centre and within easy reach of major roads
Enviromental Crime Wardens - on hand to help make your town centre experience a memorable one
Public conveniences - somewhere to go if you ever get caught short
Shopmobility - a scheme for people with mobility difficulties
For a detailed map of Mansfield town centre please click on the following link - Mansfield town centre map
Mansfield Woodhouse lies to the north of Mansfield town centre. The stone used to build the village dates back to Medieval times and is still evident on the main high street and the back lanes to the north and south of the town. The local magnesium limestone provided most of the stone for the Houses of Parliament in London. At present, the town has a busy high street and as with many other surrounding villages thrived as a mining community.
For a detailed map of Mansfield Woodhouse town centre please click on the following link - Map of Mansfield Woodhouse town centre
Situated to the north of the District lie the villages of Market Warsop, Warsop Vale and Meden Vale. The name Warsop is of Saxon origin and is entered in the Domesday Book. In more recent years Warsop was known for its mining community. The Carrs local nature reserve is a place of natural beauty and a good location for recreation with the River Meden running through it.
For a detailed map of Warsop town centre please click on the following link - Map of Market Warsop town centre