About Blyth

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The historical village of Blyth is situated on the North Nottinghamshire border, 6 miles from Worksop, 6 miles from Retford and is within reasonable travelling distance to Doncaster, Sheffield and Nottingham. Blyth is conveniently situated near the A1 for those wishing to travel via the motorway network, whilst train journeys can be made from Retford, Worksop, Doncaster and Sheffield. Retford to London Kings Cross takes approx 1 hour 30 minutes. The recently opened Robin Hood Airport at Finningley is within easy access.

The fine church of St Mary and St Martin in Blyth.

The fine church of St Mary and St Martin in Blyth.

Blyth has a host of local amenities featuring a fine church , St Mary and St Martin. The village hall is a hive of activity and is well supported by many village events. Just opposite in the centre of Blyth there is a fine village green where one of its hostelries the White Swan is situated. There are a further three public houses and a restuarant in the village all providing high quality food, whilst on the outskirts there is a well respected hotel catering for all needs.

There is a newly refurbished Co-op and post office and for something different there is an excellent craft and gift shop. There is also a doctors surgery and a recently opened dental clinic.

For the sporting enthusiasts Blyth has an active cricket team, a bowling green and snooker tables in the village hall.

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