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Shireoaks Hall is a Grade II* listed 17th-century country house. Shireoaks Colliery lies within what was once part of the Shireoaks estate.
Shireoaks is a former pit village and civil parish in Nottinghamshire, located between Worksop and Thorpe Salvin on the border with South Yorkshire. The population of the civil parish was 1,432 at the 2011 census. Shireoaks colliery was opened in 1854. It was closed on 25 May 1991 and was capped in August 1992. The depth of the shaft was 483.5m and the shaft's diameter was 3.66m.
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The ground has recently been used as a training ground for the Worksop Town Football Club Academy.
Due to the number of housing developments in the village and the rapid expansion of the village of Gateford near Worksop, there is a concern that Shireoaks along with the neighbouring village of Rhodesia will soon become just a part of Worksop itself.
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Since the closure of Shireoaks colliery the land on which it stood has remained mostly undeveloped. A marina has been constructed at the former location of the barge loading area adjacent to the Chesterfield Canal.
The Chesterfield Canal and River Ryton both run through the village. The main A57 between Sheffield and Worksop passes close to the village and there are rail services to Sheffield, Lincoln and Cleethorpes on the Sheffield to Lincoln Line, which has a station at Shireoaks railway station.
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Shireoaks lies approximately two and a half miles from Worksop in the county of Nottinghamshire. It got its name from the legend that there was an oak tree or trees situated at the meeting place of the three Shires - Derbyshire, Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire. It is said that the branches of one tree overhung all three counties. Due to the changes in boundaries the site of the original tree(s) is now entirely in Nottinghamshire.
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The Chesterfield Canal runs through the village and was originally used for commercial traffic although nowadays is a popular tourist route for narrowboats. The canal runs from Chesterfield to the River Trent at West Stockwith. The canal basin came about with the sinking of the pit and is now a marina.
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Current facilities include a newsagent, which is also the post office, a small shop, butcher, school, village hall, café and Miners Welfare, with bowling green and football pitch. The village has one pub, the Hewett Arms. A former pub, the Station Hotel, has been converted into a private dwelling.
Canal & River Trust's Shireoaks Marina is a few minutes walk along the towpath from the village making it easily accessible for visiting boaters.
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