All three of our hospitals are within an hour’s drive of Derby, Chesterfield, Grantham, Doncaster, Nottingham, Leicester and Loughborough. Newark Hospital is under 90 minutes from London by train, and all hospitals are less than an hour’s car journey away from East Midlands Airport. King’s Mill and Mansfield Community Hospitals are very close to the M1 and A38, and nearby Mansfield train station connects easily, via Nottingham, to London trains.
Our hospitals are based in beautiful Nottinghamshire, which offers rich diversity that is steeped in history and famed for its worldwide connections to the Peak District and Sherwood Forest.
Properties in the area range from quaint country cottages to modern town centre apartments, and most areas are very competitively priced.
Mansfield is a market town with a 700-year old market tradition dating back to the Royal Charter, issued in 1227. It has a large market square with surrounding commercial and retail centres, including a museum, numerous restaurants, fast-food outlets, pubs, bars and night clubs. The Palace Theatre is the town’s primary entertainment venue, offering a programme of both professional and amateur productions, including a yearly pantomime. The town has it own railway station – a stop on the Robin Hood Line, which connects Mansfield with Nottingham and Worksop. There are many parks and green spaces, including Titchfield Park with its large grassy areas on both sides of the River Maun. Popular local sports include tennis, angling and the town boasts its own football club, Mansfield Town FC as well as a popular skate plaza based in Fisher Lane Park.
Newark-on-Trent is a market town which developed around Newark Castle, now a historical ruin, and a large marketplace. It is lined with historic buildings and has a number of museums including the National Civil War Centre and Newark Museum. It lies on the River Trent, with the River Devon also running through the town. With easy access via train it is a popular home to many commuters who travel to the cities of Nottingham and London, as well as Leicester, Leeds, Doncaster and York. The Palace Theatre is Newark’s main entertainment venue, showcasing a variety of drama, live music, dance and film.