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Through the last year the project has been supported and helped by many different people, without this the project could not have been the success that it has.

The Doncaster Gate Heritage project website was devised and created by project coordinator Emily Uren with the technical skill and advice of Green Sheep Designs

Therefore great Thanks and Gratitude go to

Doncaster Gate Steering Group

  • Dr John Tanner
  • Michelle Winslow
  • Helen Mathers
  • Barbara Oldfield
  • Mr P. Smedley
  • Councillor B. Cutts


  • Melissa Peet
  • Philip Graham
  • Emma Boswell
  • Carley Boardman
  • Ben Baker
  • Beth Summers
  • Jan Sanderson
  • Dr Alison Twells and her students from Sheffield Hallam University
  • Patrick Kidwell
  • Adam Bailey
  • Rebecca Chown
  • Chris Cooper
  • Lucy Cox
  • Samantha Currey
  • Ronan Donohue
  • Andrew Potter
  • Adam Moses
  • Gemma Orr
  • Pawan Khorana

Tom Hill and Holly Greenhalgh of Green Sheep Design

The Schools

  • Herringthorpe Junior School Y5
  • East Dene Primary School Y4
  • Coleridge Primary School Y2
  • Kiveton Park Meadows Junior School Y5
  • Flanderwell Primary School Y4
  • Rotherham College – Art Foundation Year
  • Lewis Morgan
  • Cath Smart of Action Space Mobile
  • Simon Hibbet of Amazing Cape Theatre

Radio Nightingale & Mel Jaques

Many Thanks go to all those who have donated to the project

  • Susan Dent
  • Anne Watson
  • Pamela Harrison
  • Dr D.G. Polkinghorn
  • Dr Adrian Cole
  • Lesley Hopkins
  • Anne Makepeace
  • Michael Mogridge
  • W. Whitehead
  • Jean Liley
  • Margaret Swift
  • Gill Bradbury
  • Sue Cassin
  • Esra Bennett
  • Brian Hibbett
  • Elaine Humpfries
  • Sheila Baker
  • Marie Horner
  • Joan Allwood
  • Mrs K. Jones
  • Mr Hart
  • Brenda Graham
  • Mrs Marplebeck
  • Barbara Bartle
  • Dr Gavin Peckitt
  • Shirley Allison
  • Pam Fisher
  • Joan McKervey

Huge thanks to all the people who have shared their memories and stories with us over the last year; these have “put flesh on the bone of history” and have helped to make the project the fantastic success that it is.

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