The area

Spread across a wide and varied area, Doncaster and Worksop offer the perfect balance, offering the best of the country, with all of the comforts of city living…

The Trust operates over an area of 20 miles between our sites in Doncaster and Worksop, meaning that we are perfectly situated to take advantage of the sites, attractions and shopping destinations of both South Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire.

Both Doncaster and Worksop are located within easy access of the A1, M1, M18 and are only twenty minutes from Doncaster Sheffield International Airport.


An historical market town, at the southern edge of Yorkshire, Doncaster is renowned for its horse racing, rich railway heritage and its wealth of Georgian and Regency architecture on the Great North Road.

As a modern and ambitious town, with some of the most afforable real estate in the country, Doncaster hosts a vibrant town centre with first-class retail outlets, a fantastic night-life scene and ample opportunity for excursions, events and activities at the Dome, Yorkshire Wildlife Park or one of the town’s sporting clubs.

Further afield, the town is home to some truly stunning scenes of a natural beauty, with rambling little villages to visit, ample woodland to explore and even a Norman castle to conquer.

Whether you fancy a trip to Meadowhall or wish to spend a lost afternoon in nearby Sheffield, Hull or Leeds, Doncaster is your perfect launch pad, combining the best of the country with all of the comforts of the city.

Doncaster Growing Together is a set of concrete plans for now and big ideas for the future. Find out more about the town’s ambitious next steps.


A quaint market town, Worksop is famed as the ‘Gateway to the Dukeries’, a unique selection of Ducal properties in north Nottinghamshire which includes Clumber Park, Welbeck AbbeyThoresby Hall and Worksop Manor.

A former mining town, Worksop has many local attractions in the town and nearby, you’ll find plenty of things to see and do and places to stay along with a whole host of bars and restaurants.

Like it’s neighbour, Worksop has some truly beautiful stretches of country side, boasting truly idyllic scenery and playing the perfect host for a good ramble through North Nottinghamshire’s delectable sights and sounds.

A picturesque place to live and work, if the above isn’t convincing enough, a recent study has found Worksop to be the happiest place in Nottinghamshire!

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