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 The restaurant is called the Seven    
 Mile house because it is seven miles  
 from Nottingham,and seven miles from  
 Mansfield. (It is nicknamed "The half 
 way house") It was built as a petrol  
 station (1960), then in 1980 it was   
 made into the Seven mile.The food is  
 excellent.The seven mile is in the    
 country.It is popular in the summer   
 but in the winter it gets cut off.They
 get 360 customers a week.The popular  
 days are Saturdays and Sundays.The    
 opening hours are 11.30-2.30 and      
 6.00-11.30pm. The seven mile house is 
 having an extension built.It is       
 costing half million pounds. It is    
 going to be a pub and restaurant.We   
 saw it when it was being built.It is  
 going to be old fashioned with old    
 fashioned beams.The owners have their 
 initials put on the wall and date.They
 hope it will be finished by September.

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