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Torworth is a small village in the Bassetlaw district of North Nottinghamshire, sitting on the old Great North Road and approximately 5 miles from the Town of Retford.

The village lists many historic interests, being mentioned in the Domesday book as 'Turdeworde' with visible remains of an 11th century moat.

The village has around 200 residents, a park, allotments and a burial ground and numerous attractive country walks particularly the new 'millenium pathway', Daneshill Lakes Nature Reserve.