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Brinsworth is a village and civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Rotherham, in South Yorkshire, England. It is situated close to the River Rother between Rotherham (to the north-east) and Sheffield (to the south-west). At the time of the 2001 census it had a population of 8,950.


Brinsworth is located about one mile south of the site of a Roman fort at Templeborough. Remains thought to be part of the Roman road called Icknield Street, which passed the fort, were discovered on White Hill in 1948, between Brinsworth and Canklow. Other Roman remains found on White Hill by a team led by Dorothy Greene, Keeper of Roman Antiquities at Rotherhams Clifton Park Museum, included nine roads in a grid 926 ft by 490 ft at grid reference SK420905]. In addition, walls of buildings were traced including what may have been a temple platform, and pottery dating from the late 2nd and 3rd centuries was found.[2] This area has been suggested as one of the possible locations for the Battle of Brunanburh, which took place in 937.
The earliest known written reference to Brinsworth appears in the Domesday Book of 1086, where it is referred to as Brynesford, a name thought to mean 'Bryni's ford'. At this time the land was mostly 'waste', having been decimated in the 'Harrying of the North' that took place following the Norman conquest of England, and it was divided between Roger de Busli and William de Percy. The village grew in the 19th century as coal mines were sunk in the surrounding area, and by 1891 the population was 1,656. New housing estates were built around Brinsworth in the 1950s, increasing the population to its current level.
John Prescott spent his earlier years in the village, taking his eleven plus at the primary school, which he failed. The parish church is St Andrew and is joint with St Mary at Catcliffe. Local pubs are the "Fairways Hotel", "Phoenix Sports and Social Club", "The Atlas", "The Three Magpies", "The Yorkshire Terrier", "The Waverley" and "The Sidings"

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