Newspaper article dating back to august 1989

Mansfield is a market town with a 700-year-old market tradition, the Royal Charter being issued 1227.

Mansfield has 20.2% (12,890) of its working age population seeking key out of work benefits (based on a 63,800 total working age population) (NOMIS).

Other Tudor houses on Stockwell Gate, Bridge Street and Lime Tree place were also demolished to make way for new developments before they could be viewed for being listed properties.

The majority of buildings remaining are from the 17th century onwards.

The Domesday Book compiled in 1086 has the settlement recorded as Mammesfeld whereas in later market-petition documents of 1227 the spelling had changed to Maunnesfeld.

By the time of King Richard II signing a Warrant in November 1377 granting the right for the tenants to hold a fair every year for four days, the spelling had changed again to Mannesfeld.

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  1. I'd love to hear from long lost friends from PS156, Shimer JHS and Jackson. It is about growing up in Cambria Heights/Laurelton in the 50's. It was a very special place at a very special time and it produced a remarkable number of amazing people. Clares, then moved to Long Island..name is Rich Colozzo, older brother Ben, younger brother Donald, and kid sister Mary. I lived on 231st Street in Cambria Heights, just a block off Linden Boulevard. and 116th Avenue and belonged to the Cambria Heights Jewish Center. My two sisters, my brother in law and his sister all graduated from Jackson. To my brothers of Mu Sigma, I somehow don't remember ever seeing you outside in direct sunlight. It was great seeing Janet Blatt (little), Cora Glasser, Lorraine Leiblein, Jessie Tillman and so many others. I will definitely cancel plans when the next one comes around. about 3 blocks from me (125 St.) Currently living in Tucson, AZ, I didn't officially live in Laurelton, but having gone to Jackson, had many friends from there, including my boyfriend (now husband) at the time, Barry Di Simone. I have the honor of continuing to have relationships with several of my friends from P. While I didn't find Pam, it was so nice to see some familiar names from my youth. Barry delivered the Long Island Press and worked at Bert & Daves and delivered for Dial Drugs. I would love to hear from people who remember me from the wonderful years I lived in Laurelton. Greenspans 5th grade class began my journey into adult hood. Our family lived at 139-19 224th St., near the LI railroad station and the corner candy store. From there we left for England where we spent a year in Manchester and then returned to Chicago where we have been ever since. Played handball all summer in Mentone Park, rode my bike everywhere, even to Rockaway Beach. but spent most of my teen years with my friends in Laurelton. Can't believe I still remember the words to our PDG sorority song "for we're the girls with the pep and the vigor, too, to stand for PDG... Laurelton was a wonderful and safe place to grow up in. I have moved around the country a good deal for business.