A list of parks and outdoor spaces in Doncaster, each with their own things to see and do, how to report a problem and how to apply for a memorial in a park.
The introduction of a borough-wide Public Space Protection Order under the new powers will replace outdated legislation relating to dog fouling and dog control.
A short walk from Adwick Interchange, Adwick Park is a great outdoor space with places to play, sports and exercise facilities and more.
The Beat is a fantastic outdoor space to enjoy a picnic, keep the kids occupied, or take a stroll in its ever-changing woodland.
Parks and gardens of Local Historic Interest were identified as part of the Doncaster Unitary Development Plan and were reviewed in 2013.
Parks and gardens are registered in order to identify those sites that are of either special or local interest.
Often described as a jewel in Doncaster’s crown, Cusworth Hall is a beautiful Grade I listed building set in acres of historic parkland. The house was built between 1740 and 1744 for local land owner William Wrightson and recent refurbishments have transformed the Hall into Heritage Doncaster’s social history museum.
The Friends of Cusworth Park was formed in 2006 to support museum and park staff in renovating and rejuvenating Cusworth Park.
A range of evidence is being produced to accompany the Local Plan and LDF.
This former quarrying site is now an award-winning park and local nature reserve, with a wide range of things to see and do.