When it comes to advertising and marketing in Doncaster, or finding the right
Magazines or Lifestyle Magazines in Doncaster you need a
broad view of the town in general, here we provide basic
information on the location of Doncaster.
Doncaster (popularly referred to as "Donny") has
an international airport, and in recent years its centre has
undergone regeneration including the development of
an Education City campus, currently the largest
education investment of its kind in the UK. Doncaster has also
recently extended the Frenchgate Centre, a shopping centre and
There is also a University Hub at The Doncaster College, in
partnership with The University of Hull.
In Sport, Doncaster Racecourse is one of the most prestigious
courses in British Horse racing and has therefore become one of the
most popular attractions for people visiting the area. Doncaster
has the distinction of both starting and ending the flat season on
turf. Every September, Doncaster hosts the four-day Ladbrokes St.
Leger Festival. Doncaster has also taken over events whose
traditional homes have closed, such as the Lincoln Cup in 1965.
Doncaster Rovers Football Club became the highest placed team in
South Yorkshire in 2010, after finishing in a higher league
position than rivals such as; Leeds United, Sheffield Wednesday and
Over sporting teams include the Doncaster Belles Women's
Football team, Doncaster Rugby League FC and The Doncaster Knights
The late 18th century to 20th century saw Doncaster emerge as an
industrial centre. Its communication links, particularly its
waterways, meant that Doncaster became extremely busy and saw vast
migration to its centre. Underneath Doncaster lies huge natural
resource by way of deep seam coal. Recently the expansion in
commercial and residential developments along with good
transportation links with the rest of the United Kingdom, due to
the central location has led to Doncaster being one of the fastest
growing towns in the UK, with the town's economy growing at an
average rate of around 16% annually.