Monday 10th July 2017
On This Day in Doncaster History more»1644: 300 cavalry men from the civil war conflict loot the town of over £500 of goods.
1907: The first coal comes up from Brodsworth Colliery.
1912: A day after Cadeby Colliery disaster, King George V and Queen Mary visit the injured.
94 Years Ago Today
Tightly controlled demolition of 150ft chimney within 15yards of Doncaster houses.
152 Years Ago Today
Architect W. Watkins won a competition, inaugurated by Doncaster Town Council, for his design for the Corn Exchange and with it the 1st prize of £100.
824 Years Ago Today
The oldest town charter by Richard I is decreed.
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