Conisborough’s Fourth Park.

January 1920

Sheffield Daily Telegraph – Thursday 22 January 1920

Conisborough’s Fourth Park.

The Conisborough Parish Council at their meeting last eight decided to negotiate for land for a park.

The parish has already three small parks, but in consequence of the scattered nature of the township it is thought necessary to acquire a fourth in order that the children of New Conisborough need not play in the streets.

Practically five acres has been offered for £200, and the Council are approaching the Denaby Council in the matter with a view to acquiring it jointly.