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The Plough, known as the ‘Little’ Plough to those who frequent it is a local corner boozer in the middle of Doncaster town centre.  Although the pub does have its regulars and characters, a friendly welcome is in store for all drinkers to enjoy the three real ales – Acorn Barnsley Bitter and 2 changing guest ales.  Additional beers are available during the twice yearly beer festivals.

Located on West Laith Gate, a couple of minutes walk from Doncaster railway station, the ‘Little’ Plough was opened as a two roomed pub in 1934.  Many of the original features are still in place and the pub is one of only three in South Yorkshire listed on CAMRA’s National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors.

Sports fans are catered for with a steady stream of televised horse racing (betting slips available at the bar!), football and well behaved away football supports are always welcome.

The pub has been awarded Doncaster & District Branch of CAMRA’s Pub of the Season on many occasions, most recently in Autumn 2010 and Winter 2012.