Doncaster Council manages over 850 hectares or 2100 acres of woodlands, country parks and smaller sites across
the Borough that are rich in wildlife, landscape quality, and recreation opportunities.
Doncaster Council’s Community Environment team are dedicated to working with the local community, and creating
opportunities for people of all ages and interests to enjoy and learn about local countryside in safe settings.
Doncaster Council website does list some information about its countryside services.
There is limited information about trails and walks suitable for people with limited mobility, wheelchair users
and families with buggies.
Where can I find the information on the council web site?
On timetable includes Walks for Health. One of these, led by Sue Ryder Care on Tuesdays from the Environment Centre in Sandall Beat Wood, is described as
suitable for disabled people: phone 01302 300798 for more details.
Friends of Sandall Park have created their
own web site with further information:.
The Facilities page gives information about disabled parking, toilets, and fitness trails including
reference to one suitable for people with limited mobility and pushchair users.
For more information about other parks in Doncaster, phone 01302 736000.
Where can I obtain a printed leaflet?
Information is available to download from Doncaster Council Website via the links shown above.
There may be other publications available from Doncaster Tourism Information Centre, tel: 01302 734309.
Next Short Walk Wed, 8th May Sowerby Bridge to Hebden Bridge
Next Longer Walk Wed, 29th May Hathersage to Bamford