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The church was made collegiate by a native of Rotherham called Thomas Scot in 1483.Scot was a Chancellor of England and an Archbishop of York. A few miles to the east of Rotherham is Maltby, a Viking place-name and close by the ruins of Roche Abbey.The village has a Methodist Chapel and All Saints Parish Church.
Take the next left into the BBIC on Innovation Way.
From M1 Junction 38 Exit the M1 at junction 38 and follow the directions to Barnsley, (signposted A637).
Rotherham lies in the coal mining district of South Yorkshire to the north east of Sheffield and grew principally as an iron, steel and brass producing centre.
Its main historical features are a very large fifteenth century church and a chapel dating from 1483 located on an old bridge across the River Don.
At the traffic lights go straight across and down a narrow lane (Greenfoot Lane) to the junction at the bottom.