With all EFL football postponed this weekend, there is still plenty of things to do in and around Doncaster including sport, shopping and fresh air family activity. Here are our top five picks.
Back the Belles - Doncaster Rovers Belles play at Oxford Street, Rossington on Sunday March 15th against Birmingham and West Midlands Ladies, kick-off at 2pm. Adult tickets are just £3 and under 17's at just £1 - available on the gate or via the Club Doncaster Box Office.
The Club Doncaster Car Boot takes place every Sunday at the Keepmoat Stadium from 6.30am and is open for traders from 5.30am, pitches start from £12. Featuring a huge variety of pre-loved and new goods, toys and food and refreshments. The sale runs weekly except in inclement weather, please search Club Doncaster Car Boot on facebook to stay up to date
If you've got a www.purplevouchers.co.uk
book, you'll be able to enjoy a variety of discounts across Doncaster on retail, leisure and food - here's our pick from the book for this weekend.
There is still time to visit the brilliant Ashworth Barracks Military Museum www.ashworthbarracks.co.uk Doncaster before it closes on April 19th 2020, you can save up to £10 with your Purple Voucher which gives you 2 for 1 on adult admission
Your voucher book also gets you 2 for 1 on adult admission at Conisbrough Castle, Castle Hill, Consibrough for some fresh air and history with all the family.
You can get 1 free child ticket with a paying adult when using your Purple Voucher at Boston Park Farm and tearooms, Hatfield Woodhouse www.bostonpark.com
- perfect for toddlers and younger family members.
If you haven't got a Purple Voucher book, they are available online at £25 from tickets.clubdoncaster.co.uk, the Club Doncaster Box Office and you can also purchase and find out more, including a list of participating offers at www.purplevouchers.co.uk