Mansfield's heritage is on display.

Buildings across Mansfield to mark heritage open days

Historic buildings across the Mansfield area are set to open their doors for free as part of a heritage celebration.

Heritage Open Days is England’s largest annual festival of history and culture.

Film Mills, Machines and Memories about Mansfields textile heritage, will be screened at the museum on Monday, September 16, at 11am.

1. Mansfield Museum

Film Mills, Machines and Memories about Mansfields textile heritage, will be screened at the museum on Monday, September 16, at 11am.
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A librarian will lead a free, small-group session on the family history research tool exploringancestry.com  on Tuesday, September 17, at 10.30am. Pre-booking is required  call01623 677200.

2. Mansfield library

A librarian will lead a free, small-group session on the family history research tool exploringancestry.com on Tuesday, September 17, at 10.30am. Pre-booking is required call01623 677200.
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Visitors can explore this historic Mansfield church building daing from 1702, the oldest non-conformist place of worship in Nottinghamshire.'Opening times and events vary - see heritageopendays.org.uk/

3. Old Meeting House Unitarian Chapel

Visitors can explore this historic Mansfield church building daing from 1702, the oldest non-conformist place of worship in Nottinghamshire.'Opening times and events vary - see heritageopendays.org.uk/
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Visitors can explore the Grade II-listed former miners cottages which are undergoing major refurbishment. There will be a series of exhibitions and displays at number 126, which will be open on September 22, from 11am-3pm.

4. New Bolsover Model Village

Visitors can explore the Grade II-listed former miners cottages which are undergoing major refurbishment. There will be a series of exhibitions and displays at number 126, which will be open on September 22, from 11am-3pm.
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