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 The long farewell
How very sad to look up the Canal Tavern on Google Maps and find that it is no longer there. It was operated by my mother's grandmother's nephew before 1900 (when it was called the Gas Tavern!), and my mum and I visited the tavern on a trip to England from Canada in 1994. We raised a glass and were kindly given a tour of a canal boat by one of the canal boat fellows who made the tavern their local. I guess it had a good long run but I'm sorry to see it gone. Hello to anyone who happens by, who knew and loved it!
Wednesday, September 12, 2018Rating: No rosettes

Tommy Robinson
 Naked ladies
Great place for a late drink
the strippers last night were awesome
Wednesday, May 30, 2018Rating: rosettes

Les kirk-kingstone
The most amazing landlady ever nothing is to much trouble what a change I make a point of returning to the millhouse when I visit worksop to see friends. the menu has changed and is varied and appetising the welcome alone is worth a visit to this pub we would recommend to anyone.
Saturday, May 12, 2018Rating: rosettes

Chris Longbottom
 Toilets are minging
Last night I was out in town when I needed to use the gents, they were awful. How is it possible to see customers and have them walk into this.
Saturday, March 11, 2017Rating: No rosettes

 Never again
This place smells horrible. It smells like that because that's what they serve. I am almost sure they never wash the carpets. Toilet is disgusting. Service? The owner is very unfriendly. What a joke unless you happen to be in the inner circle of the area's drunks and losers. Speaking of circle, don't you DARE sit at the round table or a bunch of icky old loggers will throw a fit. Maybe part of the stench is from those crusty old farts marking their territory. WARNING to all people driving the nearby roads. THESE PEOPLE GET SMASHED AND DRIVE ALL THE TIME.
I also noticed that people in my group all paid different prices for the exact same thing, how does gthat work??
I have literally had a better pub at my local city, complete and utter waste of time and money.
Tuesday, October 25, 2016Rating: rosettes

Trevor Howard
 New Telephone Number
The Chequers Inn is in new hands and has a new telephone number 01777 709090.

With a smart refit, new menu and selected hand pull beers it's worth a visit to sit by the canal and enjoy a glass or two.
Thursday, April 14, 2016Rating: rosettes

 Had a nice night friday night & a nice meal
Get crisps, sweets or toy machines and get a percentage of takings back and machines refilled free so you don't pay for anything. Contact Rainbow Vendz on 07837718685. Want to thank all the staff for a nice meal Friday night and I want to say thank_you to the pleasant barmaid I was talking to
Saturday, December 20, 2014Rating: rosettes

Nigel Tabb
Born a mile from here when i used to be happy
Saturday, July 14, 2012Rating: rosettes

 cheap as chips
cheapest in Notts
Tuesday, July 3, 2012Rating: rosettes

Deanne Beardsmore
This is my favourite pub of all time. Been going for years. The staff are very pleasant, the atmosphere is always nice and the food is excellent and well priced and the home made chips are to die for.
Saturday, March 10, 2012Rating: rosettes

Diane Barnes
 Great place, very friendly
We called here last week on our way back form my mum's funeral in Scarborough.A VERY good find - we didn't want to eat in a service station - and just turned off the motorway nearby hoping we'd find somewhere to eat. Amazing ! Delicious, home cooked food, veryfriendly staff, comfy surroundings and best of all we didn't have to pay for our grandson's mealas he's under five. .A REALLY fantastic place I'd high;ly recommend to all.
Saturday, February 25, 2012Rating: rosettes

Cat & John
Fantastic location, clean & warm - excellent friendly, down to earth staff & the quality & quantity of food is unsurpassed - WELL DONE!
Friday, November 25, 2011Rating: rosettes

 Great family pub
We have visited here twice now and will be visiting again soon.. The down to earth service is a breath of fresh air.. I used to come to The Chequers many years ago and can say that the new management are very welcoming and very helpful and considerate.. The quality and (quantity) of food is excellent, overall exceptional value. Enjoy !!
Friday, September 16, 2011Rating: rosettes

Rachel Poulton-Hartley
 Wedding Reception 3/9/11
After reading some past reviews felt nervous about the standard of food and service. How wrong these past reviews are, staff couldn't do enough for you they were freindly and polite and kept checking things were ok all night.
We started with chip butties in the afternoon which went down really well, then had the gold buffet in the evening. The standard of food was excellent and plenty of choice for all with plenty to go round. We could of fed the entire party again. A big thankyou to all
Sunday, September 4, 2011Rating: rosettes

I have visited the Chequers many times since the new owners took over in 2009. Nothing is too much trouble and the food is always fantastic. Never dissapointed. Their Sunday carvery is beautiful. I always recommend this pub to family and friends
Friday, August 26, 2011Rating: rosettes

john bradley
cant fault this pub at all.the food is excellent,good size portions as well.also very reasonable prices.the staff are freindly and polite
Sunday, July 31, 2011Rating: rosettes

 Listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2011.
Wednesday, June 15, 2011Rating: No rosettes

 Listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2011.
Wednesday, June 15, 2011Rating: No rosettes

 Listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2011.
Wednesday, June 15, 2011Rating: No rosettes

C Finney
 Friendly country pub
Lovely staff and atmosphere. Nothing is too much trouble. Nice beer garden overlooking the canal, great for an evening drink in the sun. Highly recommended.
Tuesday, June 7, 2011Rating: rosettes

steve inpubauctions
 family friendly pub /bar meals /sunday carvery
i have been running a general auction in this pub since september2010 come join us on monday nights auction night of new and secondhand goods bankrupt stock and siezed goods come have a laugh with steve and andy
Friday, April 22, 2011Rating: rosettes

S Taylor
 Excellent food
The pub was recomended to us by frie to anyone who enjoys good foodnds who had enjoyed a meal here food we were served on Saturday night was excellent both starters and main courses were well presented and tasty we will return and would recomend it to anyone who enjoys good food
Monday, March 7, 2011Rating: rosettes

Mrs A Wing
 A great family pub
After a family day out, it was nice to come across such a beautiful pub just off the A1. The village it was located in was lovely and it was so nice to be welcomed with the children to such a friendly pub. The staff were very helpful and friendly and nothing was too much trouble. The place was very clean and had a lovely garden to the rear where the children saw a boat on the chesterfield canal. The menu had so much variety and was freshly cooked. We will be visiting there again.
Saturday, August 28, 2010Rating: rosettes

Paul Hunt
 Best bar in mansfield :-)
Friday, August 13, 2010Rating: rosettes

Kay Wood
 A great welcome
Having visited here by chance after seeing the sign just off the A1 for Retford we were very pleased with the service, food and ambience of this pub. I would (and already have) recommend this to anybody travelling on the A1 as a place to stop for a bite to eat in a great location. Visited Friday 25 June 2010
Saturday, June 26, 2010Rating: rosettes

Wendy Benitez
 A great reputation lost
After revisiting the Chequers at Ranby after a couple of years, I can't believe a pub that nce had a great reputation for superb food, friendly staff and a fantastic location too has gone completely down the pan. Such a shame. Dead plants in the outdoor planters, surly staff and why the heck it should take them nearly 45 minutes to serve our pretty so-so lunch baguettes when there was hardly anybody else in the place is a complete mystery. How can they have let such a great pub slide into naff service and food? Needless to say, we won't be going back.
Monday, June 14, 2010Rating: rosettes

 Pub now closed
Pub has been closed. Now being redeveloped
Monday, April 5, 2010Rating: No rosettes

Joe Allan
 Sunday Cavery
I'm normally one of them thats the first to moan about anything...but honestly it was out of this world! I'm generally not fussed on sunday lunches but we went at the weekend and it was mouth watering and satff excellent....Def go back again and i would recomend this to anyone! Really well priced also for what you get!
Monday, December 21, 2009Rating: rosettes

I've been two this pub on two occasions, the first for my auntie's wedding reception (upstairs) and the second for a carvery on a Wednesday afternoon. I found the stairs to be quite a hassle for the reception, because we had a lot of members of the family with prams which were heavy to take upstairs. I also thought the food was horrendous - later learned that my aunty had used an outside caterer!

However, the carvery was absolutely fantastic. Only 3.99 a head - bargain, 3 meats to chose from (I had a selection of the three - delicitous!) and the trimmings were cooked to perfection. The boiled potatoes were a little sweet but i think that was probably more the season than anything else!

Definitely going again.
Tuesday, December 8, 2009Rating: rosettes

katie ashley
brilliant loved the food and the land lord jeff and land lady val were so welcoming and freindly, great atmosphere, had loads of fun.
Saturday, October 10, 2009Rating: rosettes

 Great Food and Friendly Staff
Went to the Rufford for a Carvery today, Lovely tender meats x 3 and 5 veg. Food was lovely and hot and the staff were extremely friendly
Sunday, September 6, 2009Rating: rosettes

kelly & john
A beautiful pub on the chesterfield canal we had a excellent meal and experience the staff could not be faulted very friendly and welcoming will go again
Sunday, August 16, 2009Rating: rosettes

Sue & Ray
Recently visited on a couple of occassions sampling evening meal menu and on second visit sunday carvery. Both were superb with excellent food and service. Nothing was too much trouble and the owners most hospitable. Apparently not been in that long and making a stirling effort to recover the reputation making it well worth a visit.
Saturday, August 15, 2009Rating: rosettes

Helen Pilgrim
We recently booked a table for 12 at the Chequers and to say the least it was disappointing. The staff were friendly but clearly couldnt cope with a large party. Several members of our family had to wait for their meals, the vegetables were forgotten and we hardly saw any staff. The food was nice when it came but nothing special. I gave the staff a cake to cut which was just left on the side despite promises to light candles and sing happy birthday! The room was freezing and we couldnt wait to go home and get warm!
Monday, February 2, 2009Rating: rosettes

Mark Smith
 Mooring at The Chequers ranby
It is now under new management and it would be a pleasure to see the boats once again.
Thursday, December 11, 2008Rating: No rosettes

Harvest Pale
 Wrong Name!
This has been the Rum Runner since 2000! Great real ale pub....
Saturday, November 22, 2008Rating: rosettes

phil passant
the wheatseaf been taken over 10th march 2008 phil who now the owner once used to do the karaoke there 10yrs ago is back. they have karaoke fri/sat with dj timmy check facebook out for the group. fantastic bar staff even the landlord works. if you love sport then go there big mansfield town followers and all major sporting events shown on all big screen and they are big plus out side smoking area has tv plus outside speakers. poker nights and now nintendo wii nights, best thing about this pub there is no violence like other town centre pubs its family orientated including the day time. get ya selfs down there
Thursday, August 21, 2008Rating: rosettes

Alex harrinson
 Fantastic re development
After a few teething problems, what a fantastic offer and great levels of service. At 3.99 for a full roast dinner great value. The drinks are also good value and your do not get ripped off like in many other houses. Excellent, will visit every week.
Saturday, February 10, 2007Rating: rosettes

C gascoigne
 what an experience !!!!!!!
cannot believe the pub keeps going
states choice of 3 meats on menu we got one . Gammon, choice of empty veg pots then roast pots swimming in one inch of grease!!!!!!!!!
and thats 2 hours before the meals are due to finish the lad doing the carving spent more time in the back trying to get help it was utter chaos. This is just a fraction of our nightmare Such a let down in such a short time of re vamp
Monday, January 29, 2007Rating: No rosettes

Decent pub with good food and a half decent pint. Very child friendly, nice friendly staff. Allround good pub
Sunday, January 14, 2007Rating: rosettes

 great pub
Absolutly great service and happy staff which made us feel welcolm.
I always take family there when they come to say.
a 5 out 5 of pub overal.
Saturday, November 11, 2006Rating: rosettes

Bev, Marie,Nic, Claire
 Wonderful Place
We came over for the karaoke weekends they have their and the place is buzzing, the bar staff make u feel most welcome too, top marks to a great pub!
Monday, October 23, 2006Rating: rosettes

 excellent meal
try the best in nottinghamshire superb meal service great
excellant setting
lovely new extension
Friday, September 29, 2006Rating: rosettes

Rachel Ellis
 The Pub It self
Well my dad has bein coming to this pub for ages even before i was born...! This pub is fantasticlly runned by the owners who are always there to have a good old laugh. When i as born my mum or dad couldn't think of a name for me so they came in to this pub and the old owners helpped them name me which i was reall yhappy about. Every one who goes in to this pub is always kind and friendly this pub is fantasic i reccommend every 1 should go to SPEED THE PLOUGH
Sunday, September 17, 2006Rating: rosettes

Barry Dixon
 Ruined a once in a lifetime celebration
Thank you Rufford Arms for ruining my folks diamond wedding. Special thanks to Ash who was lucky to get out of the place alive.The only way one of the guests could refrain from hitting him for his outstanding rudeness was to spend the evening in the car park.Gave our booked room away to another party. When told that there wasn't another party in there when we booked replied well there is now. Refuse to move tables so we could sit together. We eventually moved the tables ouselves and asked well is this ok, he replied I suppose it will have to be At least John Cleese was funny your outfit isn't!
Monday, September 11, 2006Rating: No rosettes

jenny guy
 good little pub
once again the 'map' is fast becoming a great pub.we have two lovely people running it at the mo, but w&d have decided to let the place go to tenancy.what a shame for teresa and stef.
Wednesday, June 28, 2006Rating: rosettes

this pub is garbage beer tastes watered down (probably is) avoid at all costs
Wednesday, June 21, 2006Rating: No rosettes

 good pint
bloody good pint in here cheapest in the area and the regulars are well friendly
Wednesday, June 21, 2006Rating: rosettes

 disabled access to upstairs function room
I am attending a party at the rufford arms could any one tell me is there a lift upstairs
Friday, May 26, 2006Rating: rosettes

L S Bevan
 rather tired!
I have just spent three nights at the Rufford Arms. Due to being frequently disturbed and woken in the early hours (1am) by people moving about in upstairs rooms, I am as tired as the decor looked in my hotel room. The bathroom smelled stale, and openening straight off one side of the bed, the smell unpleasently permeated the whole room .
Their saving grace was that the food in the restaurant, other than at breakfast, was not bad. The vegetables are over cooked but they say this is to cater for their older clients.
The hotel is cheap, but I would think they would do more buisiness if they improved soundproofing, and room and bathroom decor, and charged a little more to cover costs.
Overall a disappointing stay.
Tuesday, May 23, 2006Rating: rosettes

John Lower
 Chequers Bans Boats
A large NO MOORING sign has appeared on the beer garden. We have been visiting this pub for more than 25 years by boat and enjoyed many a good meal, but no more under the present management
Wednesday, May 3, 2006Rating: No rosettes

Diana Bathgate
 Customer service poor
Before I've even attempted to sample any food! I phoned to make a booking ...I would hope their customer service is not a reflection of the food! When I asked if the sell Guiness the response was an almost sarcastic 'Yes' as though it is obvious that they do and the request to book a table was as helpful...the resturant is closed tonight! I doubt I'll be thinking of trying there again.
Sunday, April 9, 2006Rating: No rosettes

Mr Selwyn Ramsdale
 Misleading In House Advertsing
Karaoke advertised until 12pm.
Finished at 23.30. Duty manager very off hand when it was pointed out tha posters advertised 12pm. Blamed karaoke! I pointed out that this was har respondsibilty and was ordered to leave the premises.Because of the poster I had ordered another drink to take me to the advertised finish. when I asked for company address she walked away and eventually I was given it by a Bar team member. I am 64 years old and not your normal over the top drinker . A rare good night out was really spoiled.At no time was I aggressive or abusive, as a bar manager for Whitbread I do know the score!
Wednesday, March 29, 2006Rating: rosettes

bernard manning
if you wanting food i wouldnt recommend the coopers as it isnt very nice. and they never seem to have the meals that you want in.
Tuesday, March 28, 2006Rating: rosettes

craig robinson
 lovely friendly pub,great atmosphere
good food
great atmoshpere
lovely and friendly
Monday, March 27, 2006Rating: rosettes

Mark Wardle
 well worth it!
Many times have I chosen the Chequers at Ranby. An extensive menu, well apart from the Landlord's Table and other chains that wallow in Computer food
This place has to be tried and tested over a long period of time, and to be frank, there are far worse things to have to do in life!
I have been there more than 2 dozen times in the past 2 years and have rarely had chance to moan. All freshly cooked with an aire of individuality, the food is superb, though be prepared to wait a little whilst they cook it!
There's a lovely ambience to the restaurant and a further no smoking area upstairs, all kitted out with traditional furniture and lovely leather cushions!
The service is friendly and there's a decent range of beers, including a couple of handpulls. The only down side to the Chequers, in my opinion is that they have jumped on the band wagon regarding wine prices, totally over the top. On the good side, you won't get a better carvery throughout Sunday afternoon, and I believe, well into the evening! STunning.. just stunning!
Thursday, February 23, 2006Rating: rosettes

 a locals paradise!
a right laugh a minute pub - great beer and weekend entertainment.

Karaoke night alternate weeks - come and see the ladies of this establishment perform!
Thursday, February 2, 2006Rating: rosettes

 magical night out
We've taken full advantage of the live music at the hearty on sunday evenings! wonderful atmosphere, the landlord gets really involved, and its lovely to be introduced to other customers.
Thursday, February 2, 2006Rating: rosettes

mr fisher
a good friendly traditiona local pub
a good pint for a good price, landlord mark and landlady are very friendly even thou debbe is from rochdale.keep up the good work.l
Friday, January 6, 2006Rating: rosettes

C Dobson
 Christmas Cheer?
Took a works group to the Chequers, Ranby, for their 'Gold' Christmas Dinner.
To quote the Bard All that glisters is not gold, often have I heard that told...
Saturday, December 17, 2005Rating: rosettes

 hidden gem
went in with family for sunday lunch fantastic and great value, looks like they do loads of great events and nice to see super clean toilets, very good wine too, will be back next week
Monday, November 21, 2005Rating: rosettes

crawshaw clan
 we go as a family
absolutely gorgeous bitter food good friendly atmosphere
Thursday, November 17, 2005Rating: rosettes

a regular
 brill pub very welcoming
wow in feb this year rob and bev took over the ladybrook and what a differance they have made they have made the pub a welcoming place once again. they are both always happy to help you .keep up the good work we are all behind you
Saturday, November 12, 2005Rating: rosettes

 cracking all rounder
lovely little pub doing great food esp sunday lunch and some lovely ales esp the abbotts they got on at mo, darts and games going on lovely homely buzz to it will def be back
Thursday, November 10, 2005Rating: rosettes

Mrs T Richardson
 Apollo Tavern
I think the Apollo tavern has alot to answer for.The pub i found was very run down and the landlady in there looks for trouble with customers and they all end up fighting in which i think was disgusting.
It was not welcoming in the slightest bit and me and my partner found that all night drinking sessions are held in this pub.
Not impressed on little bit.
Sunday, October 23, 2005Rating: No rosettes

ian greatorex
 apollo tavern worse run pub in ashfield!!!!!
in my opinion the apollo tavern is the worst run pub in ashfield
Sunday, October 23, 2005Rating: rosettes

 cracking all round old fashioned pub
great pub, serving really well kept ales, only limited slightly by the fact this is an everards pub. good range of premium lagers and wines too. and if you fancy decent, real homemade food then look no further. a gem of a pub in southwell.
Wednesday, October 12, 2005Rating: rosettes

 no way
poor food i think
Tuesday, October 11, 2005Rating: rosettes

Jim & Aimee Altemus
 Literally our best dining experience EVER!!!
My wife and I went to dinner at The Elm Tree Inn at the suggest of Joan from Brown's Old Cottage Inn in nearby Holbeck. We ended up in the Barn Owl Restaurant, located behind the Elm Tree. Drinks in the lounge while waiting for our starters, lovely conversation with a local couple, and then upstairs for a dining experience that could only be described as brilliant.

Since we dined in London the previous Sunday, my wife was on a quest for Yorkshire pudding, and have no success. The topic of Yorkshire pudding came up when the hostess came in to take our order, and though it wasn't on the menu, the hostess was kind enough to ask the chef if he could whip up a batch for her, which the chef was nice enough to do. Aimee's chicken dish in the Yorkshire pudding was mouth watering, while my from the menu beef stroganoff was sublime.

As good as the food was, from starter to dessert, what made the dining experience so wonderful was the service. With 3 staff to attend to 4 guests in the dining room, our every need was attended to quickly and consientiously.

We cannot stress enough how wonderful the whole dining experience was at The Elm Tree Inn & The Barn Owl Restaurant. If you are within 50 miles of Worksop, you need to go to this restaurant. It will not disappoint.
Monday, September 26, 2005Rating: rosettes

 traditonal,old fashioned,local pub
Sunday dinners are tradional and at 3.50 great value.Be there at noon, to get a table, if not phone for a reservation. Its that busy that there is often 20+ people waiting for the door to open. Mark and Deb are cooking again so its lovely. Food is available each evening 4-7pm, good value menu. Landlady says they can keep the prices so low because she cooks and there are no extra wages. Hard working girl.
Friday, September 16, 2005Rating: rosettes

the brook is fantastic and so are the people including the manager rob and bev and also the DJ. joe ur doing a great job keep it up and keep them great games coming. PARTY DOWN AT THE BROOK.
Wednesday, September 7, 2005Rating: rosettes

lucy boo
This is a newly managed pub and the atmosphere is just great. there is always something going on and the staff are really great. if your just looking for a quiet drink or to liven your weekend then this is the place.
Wednesday, September 7, 2005Rating: rosettes

Fiona Slater
 Mirfin Family tree research
I am researching my family tree and relatives of mine, named Mirfin, lived
at Nag's Head Yard, Mansfield between about 1836 to about 1848. One of
them was a Blacksmith.
Does anyone know if the
Nag's Head Pub existed in the 1830's?
I would be very grateful for any help.
Tuesday, June 14, 2005Rating: No rosettes

 recent revamp
going through a revamp place looks spot on so far well done carla and tom hope you last the run
Tuesday, May 31, 2005Rating: rosettes

Sunday, May 1, 2005Rating: No rosettes

 Cozy local
Cozy if very smoky local. Good beer & friendly bar staff. Havent sampled the food.
Tuesday, April 26, 2005Rating: rosettes

 Local Pub
Pleasant enough place - but don't sit in anyones place! Locals look at strangers as if they've come from Mars.
Tuesday, April 26, 2005Rating: rosettes

Monday, March 28, 2005Rating: rosettes

 best bar
this is a very good bar to go to the staff are friendly and has a fantastic atmosphere
Thursday, March 24, 2005Rating: rosettes

 best pub a hav been 2
i think its a great bar and has lush staff (ian clark)
Thursday, March 24, 2005Rating: rosettes

jenny guy
 going downhill fast
the 'map' is going from bad to worse.as a regular for 30 odd years it is so disappointing.for some reason our monday night quiz has ceased to be,can somebody out there tell me why.do w&d want people in the pub!!!!!!
Monday, February 21, 2005Rating: No rosettes

 very poor now
Monday, February 21, 2005Rating: rosettes

I know
 horse brasses and farm folk
Full of 'ten bob millionaires' watch out for the loud mouthed cockney con man that seems to be a permanent fixture sat at the bar. you will never meet a bigger liar if you live to be 200
Wednesday, February 9, 2005Rating: rosettes

Denise Wheeldon
Our visit to this lovely traditional English pub was very enjoyable. The staff and Landlord were very polite and friendly the food was outstanding a generally enjoyable evening
Wednesday, January 12, 2005Rating: rosettes

gary brown
 top drawer pub
top class food . people freindly too . have a pint or have a few!
Sunday, December 12, 2004Rating: rosettes

gary brown
 oldie and a goodie
traditional style uk pub ,the smiling locals , the great food and many ales to choose from , top rate , enjoy your drink, i did
Sunday, December 12, 2004Rating: No rosettes

gary brown
 clasic mansfield
great location , coming into mansfield from chesterfield , very open , large bar and serving real ale , great food and service with a smile ,have a pint or have a few !!
Sunday, December 12, 2004Rating: rosettes

 traditional pub with airy feel
selection of beers including guests, nice wine range. Three bed and breakfast rooms. Nice size function room. Local landlords who make you feel welcome. Open fire in winter.
Wednesday, December 8, 2004Rating: rosettes

 A well refurbished pub. Well decorated and friendl
Anewly opened refurbished pub. Pleasant atmosphere and surroundings. A lot of time, effort and money spent to ensure a warm traditional welcome in this highly populated and pleasant area.
Well done and good luck for the future
Friday, November 19, 2004Rating: rosettes

 the best one
the pubs i go to are so bad but this one was amazing, the staff was so kind and helpful and it was so clean. they could get you any thing you wanted because they had everything
Monday, October 18, 2004Rating: rosettes

 very good
it was so good when i went there, it had so much food and drink offers. the people were so nice and they helped you with any problem you had.
Monday, October 18, 2004Rating: rosettes

neville hutchings
 flanagans mansfield notts
upstairs now refurbished wooden floor new ceiling in D J area
Tuesday, October 5, 2004Rating: rosettes

Dave Watson
The best place to go on thurs, fri, sat and sun in mansfield. Very good quality beer, cheap prices, good music upstairs. You wont find any better service than from the R&B floor staff. Just refurbished downstairs and it looks good, but not my taste in music (its all house anthems) Have heard they may be improving upstairs which would be great because the roof is crap and the floor smells. Overall this pub/club is great.
Wednesday, September 8, 2004Rating: rosettes

Billy Whiz
 Ahh memories
Done my courting here with a cool girl from Edward St.....if only.
Saturday, October 19, 2002Rating: rosettes

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