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Latest News - September 2014

30 Sep 2014

A moment in time

Mansfield BID were on hand to help The Stamp King, on Market Street, remove their clock for renovation. The clock which has been in place for many years and is very special to Market Street will be replaced in the next few weeks.

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30 Sep 2014

Mansfield Customer Service Awards 2014

After a two week secret shopper campaign we are delighted to have celebrated our first Mansfield Town Centre Customer Service Awards 2014   Over 35 businesses took part achieving a Bronze, Silver or Gold Certificate. Everyone who took part should be very proud, however 5 businesses excelled in the awards winning the Ultimate Accolade of 100% score.   Those businesses were:   I Do Bridal Boutique - Queen Street Hops in a Bottle - Market Street The Glazey Place - White Hart Street Boots - The Four Seasons Henshaws Furniture - Stockwell Gate   Congratulations to these and all who took part.    ...

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29 Sep 2014

A proud moment

Craig Kerry proudly shook hands with John Sankey MBE, chairman of the Mansfield BID, last Saturday as the ribbon was cut and the business offically opened. At the new premises, Mansfield Computer Store on Church Street cater for all computer needs offering repair services, sales and advice, so call in and see how they can help you. We all wish Craig all the best for the future

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15 Sep 2014

Big Poppy Knit come to Four Seasons

During the 100th anniversary of World War 1, BBC Radio Nottingham is running an appeal for knitted and crocheted poppies. To help reach the total of 11,000 poppies to mark each of the 11,000 fallen men from Nottinghamshire during the Great War, Beales department store, located within the Four Seasons shopping centre, is holding their own Big Poppy Knit event. Coats Crafts, a concession within Beales, will be holding the event on Tuesday 16th September. Beales colleagues and members of the Knit and Chat group will be on the shopping centre mall between 11am and 2pm where they will be encouraging shoppers to ...

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08 Sep 2014

Thousands came along over the weekend

The Sun shone down on Mansfield Market Place...   Thousands came through the marquee last weekend when they visited Mansfield’s Garden & Craft Festival 2014, organised by Mansfield BID on behalf of The Trustees for the Allotments for the Labouring Poor.   Saturday saw over 100 entries in the ‘Grow your Own’ classes with the biggest onions, the perfect carrots and lots of delicious looking assorted coloured tomatoes. The winners of each class won a cash prize and a rosette with the Best Allotment, Best in Show and Just for Fun receiving trophies as well, presented by Cllr ...

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