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County - Nottinghamshire | Map
Tel code: 01909 | code search
Postcode: S80 | code search
Population: 40000
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Birthplace of:
Donald Pleasence Graham Taylor Lee Westwood
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Folk Customs:
Blidworth Cradle Rocking
Laxton's Court Leet
Penny Loaf Day
The Southwell Gate

Worksop Events

March
Clumber Park Duathlon

August
Clumberfest
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Jhinook Asiatisk Restaurant
"The food is superior with the service being just fantastic. The menu offers a wide choice of starters,mains and deserts. Nothing is to much trouble. The food is fresh and can be ..." More

Jhinook Asiatisk Restaurant
"Once again a real treat food excellent smashing hospitality if you eat at this restaurant please leave feedback

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Clumber Park Hotel
"Good Points: Check-in was good - very pleasant lady and only her second day. Bad Points: Restaurant service was non-existent and possibly the worst I have ever experienced. General review: The ..." More

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"Best pub in Worksop ? Its the Unicorn in my view - Gareth Phillips ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Worksop | 10 Places to Stay

Thought to have been in existence since Anglo Saxon times, this unique market town in the north of Nottinghamshire is aptly dubbed the ‘gateway to the Dukeries’ – referring to the number of ducal residences which lie close by. The grounds at Clumber, Welbeck, Thoresby and Rufford lie on what were once large areas of forest, claimed by the noble families who built their parks and homes and created the famous grounds that attract thousands of visitors a year. Beautiful gardens, stately buildings and tranquil woodland, set within some of the country’s most beautiful forests – the Dukeries have much to recommend them.
The ducal influence is even reflected in the town centre. At Bridge Street and Bridge Place – the heart of Worksop’s thriving retail community – coloured stone is set into the paving on the pedestrianised streets, depicting the local heraldic crests. There is also a paved maze featuring a heraldic lion and unicorn, giving the town a sense of real historical character.
Every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Worksop really comes alive with the buzz of the open-air market. Traders and visitors flock to the town centre on the look-out for a bargain, part of a centuries-old market tradition.
As well as shopping opportunities, Worksop offers space for quiet contemplation and reflection. The Augustian Priory of St Cuthbert and St Mary was founded in 1103 by local landowner William de Lovetot. The surviving part of the Priory, which consists of the nave, western front and twin towers, was built in the latter half of the 12th century, as was the distinctive iron-bound door in the south porch.
Worksop offers centuries of history and culture in some of Britain’s most beautiful countryside.

Accountant

Castlegate Partnership
Darbys
Harrison Shipley

Association

British Adhesives and Sealants Association

Attraction

Clumber Park
Creswell Crags Visitor Centre
Harley Gallery
Hodsock Priory Gardens
Mr Straw's House

Budget

Travelodge Worksop *book online*

Camping

Riverside Camp Site

Caravan Park

Clumber Park Caravan Club Site

Care Home

Forest Hill
Rufford Care Centre

Classes

Yoga - Joyce Waring

Club

Ikon Night Club

Council

Bassetlaw District Council

Dentist

Carlton Dental Practice
Creswell Dental Practice
Robinson, Thelwell & Associates

The Dental Surgery

Doctor

Lakeside Surgery
Larwood Surgery
Newgate Medical Group
Village Surgery

Estate Agent

Brown William H
Hassett Estate Agents
Mellor & Beer Estate Agents
Town & Country Estate Agents
Village Estates
Willow Properties

Farmers Market

Worksop Farmers Market

Golf Club

Bondhay Golf & Country Club
College Pines
Kilton Forest
Lindrick Golf Club
Worksop Golf Club

Health and Fitness Club

Clumber Park Hotel

Market

Oldcotes Car Boot & Sunday Market
Worksop Farmers Market

Worksop Market

Pub and Bar

Anchor Inn
Boundary Inn
Clumber Park Hotel
Colliery Inn
Flamingo
Innings
Lion Hotel
Mallard Inn
Old Ship Inn
Sandhill Arms
Unicorn
White Lion

Restaurant

Clumber Park Hotel
Friar Tuck
Jhinook Asiatisk Restaurant
Lion Hotel
Monsoon Restaurant
New Royal Brasserie
Ocean Pearl

Saagar

School

Worksop College

Solicitor

Jackson Quinn Solicitors
Titterington & Co

Taxi

Double 2's Private Hire
Nunns
R Cars

Theatre

Regal Arts Centre

Vet

St Annes Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Clumber Park CC (Cricket)
Shireoaks CC (Cricket)
Worksop CC (Cricket)
Worksop Town (Amateur Football)

Shops

Harley Gallery
W H Smith Ltd
Worksop Flowers
Boots
Arrow Farm Shop
Dukeries Garden Centre
Thorpe Salvin Nursery

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Discount Pet & Animal Feeds
Cresswell Pharmacy
G Gilbert
Speedy Shoes
B Holland
Evans
J D Sports
Carsara Craft Store
Welbeck Farm Shop
H Samuel
Peacocks
Gamestation
B&Q
Spoonful Of Sugar
Rowlands Pharmacy
Jeff Houghton Butchers
Chiltern Mills

Antiques

Sanderson John

Activities

Clumber Park(Cycling)

Places to Stay near Worksop

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Acorn Lodge Guest House (0.79 miles)

Acorn Lodge Guest House

Dating back some 100 years, this family-run B&B close to the town centre was once the home of monks from the nearby church.

Near to beautiful countryside and the home of Robin Hood, the pleasant guest ... More | visit website

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Lion Hotel (0.91 miles)

Lion Hotel

The BEST WESTERN Lion Hotel is situated in Worksop, a central location for all major attractions in the South Yorkshire Region. We offer excellent services and offer both modern and contemporary facilities.
This 17th Century hotel ... More | visit website

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Dukeries Park Hotel (1.03 miles)

Dukeries Park Hotel

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The Dukeries Park is a non-smoking hotel offering quality accommodation and is situated 10 minutes from both the A1/ M1 and A57 link road. Just off ... More

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Travelodge Worksop (1.07 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Browns (1.29 miles)

Browns

Experience one of the very best that Nottinghamshire has to offer with a visit to "Browns" Award Winning Bed and Breakfast, situated in the picturesque hamlet of Holbeck, which is a tiny rural hamlet of ... More | visit website

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Charnwood Hotel (4.94 miles)

Charnwood Hotel

Set in beautiful gardens, this privately owned hotel offers an ideal choice for business or pleasure breaks. The hotel offers attractive bedrooms (upgrades available on request) an excellent restaurant with fine dining and a comfortable lounge ... More | visit website

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Clumber Park Hotel (5.18 miles)

Clumber Park Hotel

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The recently upgraded Clumber Park Hotel nestles on the edge of Sherwood Forest. This Nottinghamshire hotel is a haven of unrivalled tranquility and natural beauty. The hotel occupies a prime ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Blyth (5.25 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Ye Olde Bell Hotel (5.49 miles)

Ye Olde Bell Hotel

This romantic 17th century coaching inn, in the Nottinghamshire village of Barnby Moor, rose to fame and fortune in the days of stagecoaches and highwaymen. Today Ye Olde Bell Hotel and Restaurant offers the finest ... More | visit website

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Barns Country Guest House (The) (5.59 miles)

Barns Country Guest House (The)
Oak beams and open fireplaces await the discerning traveller in this converted 18th century farm building.

Looking for a quality Bed and Breakfast in the Retford area? Located just a couple of miles of the A1 and ... More | visit website

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