Garden waste collections update
Due to a shortage of drivers and pressures on the service, we are unable to empty some garden waste bins this week.
Mayor challenges residents to ‘Go Green for September’
Residents of Mansfield are invited to make environmental pledges as part of celebrations to mark both Zero Waste Week (6 to 10 September) and National Recycle Week (20 to 26 September).
Mansfield welcomes back festival goers to Wonderfest
On 26 August Titchfield Park hosted a one day family event to welcome back up to 2,000 festival goers to Mansfield.
Garden Waste Update 26 August 2021
Due to pressure on our services, we are sorry to inform you that we are unable to collect garden waste today.
Mansfield welcomes Afghan refugees
Mansfield District Council has so far pledged to provide humanitarian support to two families who were in immediate danger after serving alongside British troops in Afghanistan.
High COVID-19 infection rate has serious implications for local people
The Director of Public Health for Nottinghamshire is asking for everyone's help in ensuring we can live safely with COVID-19 in the months ahead.
Theatre is back and we’re happy to create a scene!
“So much has happened since we last saw you. Let’s catch up over a cuppa or something stronger in Groucho’s Bar”.
Update on Mansfield's high COVID-19 rate
The COVID-19 rate in Mansfield district is rising and it’s currently the second highest in the country.
Oak Tree Leisure Centre Wins Again at Industry Awards
Mansfield’s Oak Tree Leisure Centre has again won the ‘Midland’s Regional Centre of the Year’ at the prestigious ukactive Awards 2021, making them winners for the fourth year in a row!
Update on the impact of Covid-19 on our front line
Along with many other local authorities and businesses, Mansfield District Council is experiencing challenges due to the increasing number of positive Covid-19 cases in our area
Arts on prescription: debut scheme at Mansfield Museum and Palace Theatre
A new weekly post-Covid support group has started running in Mansfield District Council Cultural Services' first "arts on prescription" project.