Mansfield Town Football Club is a professional association football club based in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England. The club was formed in 1897 as Mansfield Wesleyans, changing its name to Mansfield Wesley in 1906 before settling on Mansfield Town in 1910. They are nicknamed The Stags and traditionally play in amber and royal blue.
Since 1919 the team's home ground was known as Field Mill until April 2012 when, for sponsorship purposes, the ground was renamed to One Call Stadium, which holds 8,186 seated spectators due to safety restrictions. The full capacity of the stadium is actually 10,000. The ground was renovated in 2001 after a decision not to move to a purpose-built ground. Issues with previous club owner and landlord Keith Haslam came to a head when the club was locked out of the ground in December 2010. Although the issue was resolved, the club was left considering building a new stadium or groundsharing with a local club in order to be able to gain promotion back to the Football League. After protracted negotiations, chairman John Radford purchased Field Mill from Haslam on 1 March 2012.
Mansfield is a market town in Nottinghamshire, England. It is the main town in the Mansfield local government district and is a part of the Mansfield Urban Area. Nestling in a pocket within the Maun Valley surrounded by hills, the town is around 12 miles (19km) north of Nottingham. The district of Mansfield is a largely urban area situated in the north west of Nottinghamshire populated by 99,600 residents, the vast majority of whom live in Mansfield (including Mansfield Woodhouse), with Market Warsop a secondary centre, and the remainder in the rural north of the district. Adjacent to the urban area of Sutton-in-Ashfield, Mansfield is the only major sub-regional centre in Nottinghamshire covering an area of 30 square miles (78 sq km). The Centre for Cities (2009) categorises the town as a 'small city', although it does not officially hold city status.
Mansfield is the only local authority area in the county to have a directly elected Mayor and in October 2008 Mansfield elected its first Youth Mayor.
Mansfield is a historic home located at Montgomery Township in Franklin County, Pennsylvania. It was built about 1807, and is a two-story, three bay stone dwelling with a one-story, four bay rear wing. It has a full-length, one-story, shed roofed front porch. The property once included a saw mill and woolen factory.
The Mansfield Pioneers was a name used by a minor league baseball club, based in Mansfield, Ohio, and played periodically between 1887 and 1912. The team first began play in the Ohio State League in 1887 as simply Mansfield. The following season, the club moved to the Tri-State League until 1890. After a three-year hiatus, Mansfield once again fielded a new team, the Mansfield Electricians and played the 1893 season in the short-lived Ohio–Michigan League. No team was then fielded until 1897, when the city fielded the Mansfield Haymakers in the Interstate League.
In 1906 the city was represented in then Ohio–Pennsylvania League with the Mansfield Giants. The club changed its name to the Pioneers in 1907 until 1909. The team was once again renamed the Mansfield Reformers in 1910 and the Mansfield Brownies in 1911. In 1912 the club moved back to the Ohio State League for their final season.
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An unusually wet winter had flooded SwindonTown’s training pitches, forcing them to trek up and down the country in search of a usable facility ... ‘I couldn’t understand why there wasn’t a discussion.’ Michael Doughty, Swindon Town’s chief sustainability officer ... Swindon Town’s Michael Doughty, in action against Mansfield Town in November 2019 ... .
MANSFIELD -- The town plans to hold two public work sessions, the first one Wednesday, on proposed changes to the downtown train station area ... "This roadway will also open up access to town-owned land to the north for passive recreation purposes.". The zoning changes are expected to go before the June annual town meeting.
The share of cost-burdened households increased in 17 towns, but most of them only by 1 to 3 percentage points. The highest increase was in Mansfield, an increase of 8 percentage points, from 37.3% to 45.8% ... years, with about half of the households in each town being cost-burdened.
Presentations take place monthly through June, and will include topics such as long term care and retirement, wills and trusts, and guardianship transition planning.MansfieldCOA seeking feedback. Wednesday is the final day to respond to the Mansfield Council on Aging’s program survey.
While the state increased its racial diversity overall, not every town did so. Fifteen towns saw a decrease in their share of the non-white population, the largest being Preston, where the estimated share dropped from 15.5% to 8.1% ... The share of cost-burdened households increased in 17 towns, but most of them only by 1 to 3 percentage points.