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Please only submit sites relating to the town of Adwick le Street in South Yorkshire to this category.
Town in South Yorkshire, lying slightly to the North West of Doncaster.
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Armthorpe is a village located 4 miles north-east of Doncaster in South Yorkshire.
Askern is a village just north of Doncaster in South Yorkshire.
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This category deals with Aston.
Please only submit sites relating to the village of Auckley in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire lying slightly to the East of Doncaster.
Please only submit sites relating to the town of Barnsley in South Yorkshire to this category.
The town of Barnsley is situated to the North of Sheffield, on the River Dearne. Its population is approximately 80,000.

It has a history stretching back to Anglo-Saxon times, and its name is derived from 'Beorn's Ley'. Ley (or Leah in the original Anglo-Saxon spelling) referred to land that had been cleared (deforested) to make way for a village or settlement.

Barnsley was traditionally an industrial town, and had an extensive coal mining industry until the mid 1980s when the pits closed following the miners strikes.

Bawtry is a village south of Doncaster, located near the A1.
Please only submit sites related to the village of Birdwell in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire, lying slightly to the South of Barnsley.
Blaxton is a village situated near Doncaster.
Please only submit sites that relate to the whole of the borough of Barnsley in South Yorkshire.

Sites that relate to the town of Barnsley should NOT be submitted here, they belong in the Barnsley locality category found here.

Metropolitan borough of South Yorkshire containing the town of Barnsley and surrounding areas. It covers the North West section of the county.

Population of the borough was 218,062 in the 2001 census.

The local authority is Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council.

Please only submit sites that relate to the whole of the Borough of Doncaster in South Yorkshire.

Sites that relate to the town of Doncaster should NOT be submitted here, they belong in the Doncaster locality category found here.

Metropolitan borough of South Yorkshire containing the town of Doncaster and surrounding areas. It covers the North East section of the county.

Population of the borough was 286,866 in the 2001 census.

The local authority is Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council.

Please only submit sites that relate to the whole of the Borough of Rotherham in South Yorkshire.

Sites that relate to the town of Rotherham should NOT be submitted here, they belong in the Rotherham locality category found here.

Metropolitan borough of South Yorkshire containing the town of Rotherham and surrounding areas. It covers the South East section of the county.

Population of the borough was 248,175 in the 2001 census.

The local authority is Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council.

Please only submit sites relating to Bramley in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire, slightly to the East of Rotherham.
Please only submit sites relating to the village of Brampton in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire. Situated to the North of Rotherham and to the South East of Barnsley.
Please only submit sites relating to Branton in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire, lying slightly to the East of Doncaster.
Brierley is a village to the north-east of Barnsley, near to Grimethorpe. It is situated close to the border with West Yorkshire.
Submit only South Yorkshire based business organisation websites.
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Cawthorne is a village in the Barnsley area of South Yorkshire, to the west of the M1.
Please only submit sites that relate to the whole of the City of Sheffield borough in South Yorkshire.

Sites that relate to the actual city of Sheffield should NOT be submitted here, they belong in the Sheffield city locality category found here.

Metropolitan borough of South Yorkshire containing the city of Sheffield and surrounding areas. It covers the South West section of the county.

Population of the borough was 513,234 in the 2001 census.

The local authority is Sheffield City Council.

Conisbrough is a former mining village situated south-west of Doncaster. It is home to the Earth Centre sustainability project, one of the UK's millennium projects, and is situated on the main railway line between Doncaster and Sheffield. It also has a castle.
Please only submit sites related to the village of Cudworth in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village slightly to the North East of Barnsley.
Please only submit sites relating to the village of Darfield in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village built on a sandstone ridge. It is bounded by the valleys of the Rivers Dearne and Dove.

The estimated population of the government ward of Darfield was approximately 10,500 in 1998.

Dinnington is a village situated near to Doncaster in South Yorkshire.
Please only submit sites relating to the village of Dodworth, South Yorkshire, to this category.
Village in the borough of Barnsley, South Yorkshire.
Please only submit sites relating to the town of Doncaster in South Yorkshire to this category.
The town of Doncaster is situated to the North-East of Sheffield, on the River Don.

The town is on the site of a Roman fort which was thought to have been known as Danum.

The town is famous for its horse races which have taken place there since 1703. The St Leger race, held annually on Ladies Day, commenced in 1773 and is the world's oldest classic horse race.

Dore is a village situated in the Sheffield area of South Yorkshire.
Please only submit websites relating to the village of Edenthorpe in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire, lying to the North East of Doncaster.
Please only submit sites for Old Edlington and New Edlington in South Yorkshire to this category.
Town in South Yorkshire, lying to South West of Doncaster. The original parish town of Edlington is now known as Old Edlington. New Edlington is adjacent to (and North of) Old Edlington.
Please only submit sites about Elsecar to this category.
An early industrial village whose economy was based on coal mining and iron working. Located 8.5 miles NE of Sheffield.
Please only submit sites relating to the village of Finningley in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire, lying slightly to the East of Doncaster.
Submit only websites for the town of Goldthorpe near Rotherham, South Yorskhire.
Category created for the town of Goldthorpe near Rotherham, South Yorskhire.
Grimethorpe is a former mining village to the north-east of Barnsley, and is home to the famous Grimethorpe Colliery RJB Band.
Please only submit sites relating to Hatfield in South Yorkshire to this category.
Town in South Yorkshire, lying to the North East of Doncaster.
Please only submit sites relating to the village of Hatfield Woodhouse in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire, lying to the North East of Doncaster.
Please only submit sites that relate specifically to Hoyland, South Yorkshire.
A place in South Yorkshire
Please only submit sites relating to the village of Kexbrough in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in the borough of Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Kexbrough lies to the North West of Barnsley.

Please only submit sites relating to the village of Kirk Sandall in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire, to the North East of Doncaster.
Please only submit sites relating to Loversall in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village to the South of Doncaster close to the junction of the M18 and the A1(M) motorways.
Please only submit sites relating to the town of Maltby in South Yorkshire to this category.
Town in South Yorkshire, to the East of Rotherham.
Please only submit sites for the village of Mapplewell in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire, lying just to the North of Barnsley. Coterminous with Staincross and Darton.
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Mexborough is a former mining village near Doncaster.
Penistone is a town in the metropolitan area of Barnsley, situated close to the border between South and West Yorkshire on the A628 trans-Pennine road.
Please only submits sites relating to the village of Pilley in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire lying to the South of Barnsley.
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Please submit sites relating to Rossington in South Yorkshire to this category.
Small town lying to the South of Doncaster, in South Yorkshire. Sometimes referred to as 'Old Rossington' because it lies adjacent to 'New Rossington.'
Please only submit sites relating to the town of Rotherham in South Yorkshire to this category.
The town of Rotherham is situated to the North East of Sheffield and the South West of Doncaster, on the river Don and close to the confluence of the river Don and the river Rother.

Rotherham was originally an Anglo-Saxon market town. It was referred to in the Domesday Book as Rodreham, meaning town or village on the river Don.

During the industrial revolution it became a key centre for coal and iron production.

Please only submit sites related to the village of Royston in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire, lying to the North of Barnsley.
This category includes information about the natural environment of the region, as well as scientific activities.
Sheffield is the fourth largest city in England, and is situated in the South West of the county of South Yorkshire.

The name Sheffield derives from the Anglo-Saxon, and means fields around the river Sheaf, and the town is referred to as Escafield in the Domesday Book.

The city was the site of a medieval castle founded by the Normans, and later destroyed in the English civil war.

Production of knives and cutlery in the town can be traced back as far as the 14th century. Although Sheffield did not become world famous for metalworking until it started producing steel in the 18th century. In the early 20th century, Harry Brearley of Sheffield invented Stainless Steel, and the city still has a large steel industry to this day.

Please only submit sites related to the village of Silkstone in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire, lying to the West of Barnsley.

It is referred to in the 1086 Domesday Book with the entry: 'To the same Manor belong Silchestone. 1½ Carucates of land taxable.'

Please only submit sites relating to the village of Sprotbrough in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire, lying slightly to the West of Doncaster.
Please only submit sites relating to the village of Stainforth in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire, lying to the North East of Doncaster. The village has a long history and is referred to in the Domesday Book with the following text: "In Stenforde there are seven sokemen with four carucates. Wood, pasture one quarenten long and the same broad"
Submit only Swinton based websites.
This category is for websites based in Swinton, South Yorkshire.
Please only submit sites about Tankersley to this category.
Village and parish located 7.5 miles north of Sheffield.
Please only submit sites related to the town of Thorne in South Yorkshire to this category.
Town in South Yorkshire, lying to the North East of Doncaster.
Please only submit sites relating to Thrybergh in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village in South Yorkshire, lying to the North East of Rotherham. Referred to as Triberge in the Domesday Book.
Please only submit sites relating to Thurcroft in South Yorkshire to this category.
Village to the South East of Rotherham.
Submit only websites for the Village of Thurnscoe near Rotherham, South Yorskhire.
Category created for the Village of Thurnscoe near Rotherham, South Yorskhire.
Please only submit sites relating to Tickhill in South Yorkshire to this category.
Town in South Yorkshire, lying to the South of Doncaster.
Please only submit sites relating to Treeton in South Yorkshire to this category.
Town in South Yorkshire, slightly to the South of Rotherham.
Please only submit sites relating to Warmsworth in South Yorkshire to this category.
Town in South Yorkshire, lying to the South West of Doncaster.
Created for websites based in and around the Wath Upon Dearne locality.
Submit only websites for the Village of Wentworth near Rotherham, South Yorskhire.
Category created for the Village of Wentworth near Rotherham, South Yorskhire.
Please only submit sites relating to Whiston in South Yorkshire to this category.
Town in South Yorkshire, slightly to the South East of Rotherham.
Please only submit sites relating to Wickersley in South Yorkshire to this category.
Town in South Yorkshire, slightly to the East of Rotherham.
Wombwell is a town situated south east of Barnsley in South Yorkshire.
Please only submit sites relating to the village of Worsbrough in South Yorkshire, to this category.
Village in the borough of Barnsley, South Yorkshire.

Settlement has been there since Saxon times, and is referred to as Wircesburg in the Domesday book.

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