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Nags Head

140 Mansfield Road

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Star (Heineken UK)

About the Pub

Refurbished in October 2013, adding plush seating and discreet booths that manage to balance both privacy with a social atmosphere. Images of Nottingham landmarks decorate the inside with the 'Secret Garden' to the left of the entrance. According to legend, condemned criminals were offered a last drink of Nottingham ale by the landlord when passing on their walk to the gallows.

Historic Interest

An old coaching inn, the Nag's Head is a former Mitchells & Butlers house. In 1868, it was one of three Nag's Heads on the Mansfield Road and was fully licensed under publican S. Stamp. Condemned prisoners of both the Town and the County were hanged at Gallows Hill, which is now the site of St. Andrew's Church. The execution procession would progress from cells in either the County Hall or the Town Hall, along Bridlesmith Gate, High Street, Clumber Street, Milton Street and Mansfield Road. The last felon to be executed at Gallows Hill was one William Wells on the 2nd April 1827 for the crime of Highway Robbery (James Granger, Old Nottingham / The Nag's Head is in Nottingham City Council's Arboretum Conservation Area and has an entry on Nottingham Civic Society's Draft Local Heritage List (09 December 2013). As at November 2017, the Nag's Head [Freehold NT16650] was owned by Punch Partnerships (PTL) Limited [Reg. No 3512363] and was transferred to Star (Heineken) on the 5th March 2018. [Nottingham City Council, St. Ann's Ward / Nottingham East Parliamentary Constituency]

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Nags Head

140 Mansfield Road

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52.96196, -1.150839

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