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Local Amenities

Torworth Village Park  
The village park is a well-equipped play and leisure facility situated on Holds Lane. It is owned by the village and is funded and maintained by Torworth Parish Council who have an ongoing scheme of refurbishment of existing equipment and re-development of the park area to make it more appealing and accessible to residents of all ages.

Millennium Pathway  
The STAR Millennium Pathway is a common link between the villages of Scrooby, Torworth and Ranskill.  It was developed in partnership with Nottinghamshire County Council and funded with a grant from the Heritage National Lottery Fund.  It offers accessibility in places for wheelchair users and is a lovely walk along which much wildlife can be seen.

National Trust - Clumber Park  
Only a short drive from Ranskill is Clumber Park, owned by the National Trust, which is a former home to the Dukes of Newcastle-under-Lyme and provides 3800 acres of beautiful parkland, which can be used for walking, cycling or as a lovely venue for picnics and barbecues. 

Idle Valley Nature Reserve  
A spectacular wetland site that covers an area of 450 hectares following the River Idle northwards, it is one of the largest sites for nature conservation in the East Midlands.  It is supported by a grant from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund and is well worth a visit.