About: Mosborough

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Mosborough is a village 7 miles south east of Sheffield’s city centre, now classed as a historic township of the city. The town was named after The Moss river that flows through the area. Due to much expansion, the village became a part of Sheffield city in 1967. During much of the late 19th and 20th centuries the village was noted for its steelmaking, with Hutton & Co. Sickle works being based at nearby Ridgeway. The former village features a number of schools, including the Mosborough Primary School and Westfield School.

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  • Mosborough is a village 7 miles south east of Sheffield’s city centre, now classed as a historic township of the city. The town was named after The Moss river that flows through the area. Due to much expansion, the village became a part of Sheffield city in 1967. During much of the late 19th and 20th centuries the village was noted for its steelmaking, with Hutton & Co. Sickle works being based at nearby Ridgeway. The former village features a number of schools, including the Mosborough Primary School and Westfield School. Today the village has seen much development in terms of housing, however due to its setting on the outskirts of Sheffield, it maintains a rural setting alongside villages including Eckington, Ridgeway, and Dronfield, as well as hamlets including Plumbley, Ford, Troway and Bramley. (en)
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  • Mosborough (en)
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  • Yorkshire and the Humber (en)
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  • Mosborough High Street and junction with Station Road. - geograph.org.uk - 120505.jpg (en)
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  • High Street, Mosborough (en)
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  • Mosborough is a village 7 miles south east of Sheffield’s city centre, now classed as a historic township of the city. The town was named after The Moss river that flows through the area. Due to much expansion, the village became a part of Sheffield city in 1967. During much of the late 19th and 20th centuries the village was noted for its steelmaking, with Hutton & Co. Sickle works being based at nearby Ridgeway. The former village features a number of schools, including the Mosborough Primary School and Westfield School. (en)
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  • Mosborough (en)
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  • Mosborough (en)
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