Mansfield is the largest town in the county, with a traditional market, busy nightlife and large variety of national and independent shops, restaurants and cafes.
Mansfield town centre is well served by a variety of public transport.
Mansfield bus station (opens in a new window) and Mansfield train station (opens in a new window) are just a three-minute walk from Mansfield Market Place.
There are also a number of council car parks around the town. Please see our parking page for further information.
The villages of Market Warsop, Warsop Vale, Church Warsop, Spion Kop and Meden Vale lie within the rural north of the district.
Market Warsop has a bustling town centre with a selection of independent and chain shops, cafes and restaurants. The popular Warsop market is held every Thursday from 8am to 2pm on the High Street car park.
Shoppers can browse a wide range of stalls selling goods including fruit and vegetables, pet supplies, fresh fish, sweets and biscuits, jewellery, clothing and house clearance items.
The market is run for Warsop Parish Council. For more details or to trade at the Market call 01623 845380.
Mansfield Woodhouse has a busy high street with a range of independent shops and national chains, cafes and restaurants.
Mansfield Woodhouse lies to the north of Mansfield town centre and has its own train station (opens in a new window)
Forest Town is located to the east of Mansfield town centre and has a small high street which contains a variety of shops, businesses and food outlets.