Miner's Head Totem Pole
Newstead shown within Nottinghamshire
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Newstead is a small village and civil parish in Nottinghamshire, England, situated between Nottingham and Mansfield in the Borough of Gedling. It is a former coal mining village, and was previously called Newstead Colliery Village. Lord Byron, the poet, lived at nearby Newstead Abbey. The parish is part of Nottinghamshire's Hidden Valleys. It has a population of 1,194.
Newstead Colliery Village was created as home for workers at the nearby Newstead Colliery, which operated between 1874 and 1987. The former mining location has now been redeveloped into a nature reserve and business park. Hazelford Way Industrial Estate is home to several large companies including Bunches Florapost; Badgemaster; and Leivers and Millership.
Newstead Primary School is a state run primary school for children aged 5 to 11.
Media related to Newstead, Nottinghamshire at Wikimedia Commons
- Headstock Music Festival
- Newstead and Annesley Country Park
- Newstead Abbey Historic House and Gardens
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