People in Doncaster have being given the chance to learn more about the history of the town over the next fortnight. The third annual heritage festival will give people the chance to find out about life in the South Yorkshire town hundreds of years ago.
Specialist courses are being held at the town's museums and art galleries. Organisers say it gives people a chance to celebrate Doncaster's vibrant history.
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