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Doncaster Minster, in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
DONCASTER MINSTERDoncaster Minster (or St George's Minster or St Georges Parish Church) is almost the size of a great cathedral an it replaced a medieval church which burned down in 1833. It was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and was finished in 1858, it is 170 feet long and has a huge tower which stands 170ft high.
Did You Know...Did you know that the clock in Doncaster Minster was designed by Dent, who also designed Big Ben?
DirectionsOn the main road past the station & tesco. Opposite the market, cant miss it.
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ParkingTown centre parking
Contact DetailsThe Reverend,
St George's Minster,
Tel: 01302 323784
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Frank Hart from Originally Rossington: I remember back in the mid fifties sitting at the back during a St. George's day parade changing the carrying hook on my Scout drum with a penknife during the service. What had happened, just before we got to church I ripped the drum skin with the drumstick. I just managed to repair it before the service ended. I might add it was a bit awkward playing on the snare side on the way back, but it didn't sound too bad, just a bit hollow. Happy days.
Regards to all Scouts from Rossington Frank.