Sitting on the old Great North Road and 2 miles from the A1 Blyth roundabout in North Nottinghamshire, Torworth is highly accessable, Retford Train Station is 4 miles away and Gamston airport just 6 miles away.
It is an old village, of significant historic interest. Bronze age items have been found on surrounding land and Roman Dykes
and earthworkings can also be seen. It is mentioned in the Domesday book as 'turdeworde'! and visible remains can still be seen of a moat from the 11th Century.
The Village has one pub, a traditional coaching inn named the Huntsman, which is reporedly haunted. Also part of the 'millenium pathway' runs in and around Torworth, with the most attractive section through Daneshill Lakes.
There are several businesses sited in and around the village, please see the 'local business' link for further information.
The Old Village Pump
Background image shows old sepia image of the village pub - The Huntsman
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