Mansfield Woodhouse National School
In May 1842 local rate-payers were asked to vote for the erection of a National School at Mansfield Woodhouse. Using plans drawn by Andrew Trimen, Mansfield Woodhouse National School was built on Welbeck Road, in the summer of 1845. The land was a gift from the Duke of Portland. The School cost almost £1,000 to build and was duly opened on Monday 20th October 1845, and residences were provided for the Master and Mistress.
Reference Woodhouse Warbler No 51 June 2013 page 18