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Once described as the Queen of Villages by the poet and journalist James Montgomery, Wath upon Dearne is undergoing a process of regeneration from the inside.
Wath upon Dearne is a town in West Riding of Yorkshire and the Metropolitan Borough of Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England. It lies 5 miles (8 km) north of Rotherham, almost midway between Barnsley and Doncaster and 13 miles from Sheffield. It had a population of 11,816 at the 2011 census.
Wath upon Dearne is centred on Montgomery Square, where the town's main shops, library and bus station are located. There are several busy high-street pubs in the town centre, including Rotherham's first micro-pub specialising in locally brewed real ale.
The town has a small but bustling shopping area,, including amongst others Wath Sports, BARC Animal Rescue Charity Shop and Lilly Pot’s flower shop. There is also a large Tesco Superstore and a smaller Asda Store within walking distance of the Square.
There are four primary schools, two secondary schools and a further education college, Dearne Valley College. Education attracts students from a wider area.
Recently several very large distribution warehouses for the clothing chain Next have opened and a significant amount of new housing is also being built.
Wath upon Dearne is the home to Dearne valley College Campus. Other businesses in the area include Dearne Valley Day Nursery, Morphy Richards Head Office, RBS, Dearne Valley College, Maplin Head Office and a NEXT Distribution centre.
The area has excellent road links which lead to Junction 36 of the M1 to the west which connects it to Leeds in the north and London in the south. Junction 36 of the A1(M) to the east. Mainline rail services are available from nearby Doncaster, whilst Leeds Bradford Airport and Doncaster Airport are within easy motorway drives.
Golden Smithies Lane,
Wath upon Dearne,
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