Monday 6th March 2017
On This Day in Doncaster History more»1503: Henry VII's daughter stopped and stayed in Doncaster on way to become Queen of James IV in Scotland.
1703: Epworth preacher and part-founder of Methodism John Wesley was born.
1984: National Coal Board announce reduction of coal mined and 20 pit closures, the Miner's Strike would follow.
40 Years Ago Today
Punk legends The Sex Pistols play at The Outlook Club in Doncaster.
763 Years Ago Today
King Henry III grants a Thursday market to Geoffrey Luterell to be held at his manor in Hooton Pagnell.
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