Get money off across Doncaster

Promoting the Borough Treasures vouchers at Crookhill Golf Course are clockwise from front course manager Andy Martin, Jean Lord, 66, of Edlington, Colin Leonard, 73, Gwen Keeling, 72, both of Conisbrough, Cllr Patricia Schofield, cabinet member for adult services and social care, Ken Lord, 72, of Edlington, June Emms, 69, of Sprotbrough, and Ann Leonard, 66, of Conisbrough. Picture: Liz Mockler D8595LM

Promoting the Borough Treasures vouchers at Crookhill Golf Course are clockwise from front course manager Andy Martin, Jean Lord, 66, of Edlington, Colin Leonard, 73, Gwen Keeling, 72, both of Conisbrough, Cllr Patricia Schofield, cabinet member for adult services and social care, Ken Lord, 72, of Edlington, June Emms, 69, of Sprotbrough, and Ann Leonard, 66, of Conisbrough. Picture: Liz Mockler D8595LM

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Doncaster Council’s popular Borough Treasures Scheme is launching its new vouchers book for 2011 packed with special offers for a range of activities and attractions.

Almost 12,000 over 60s have joined the scheme since its launch in 2007 and have been able to take advantage of discounts and free entry to some of the Borough’s top attractions.

Venues such as Crookhill Park Golf Course, The Dome, Doncaster Racecourse, Doncaster Little Theatre and The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft are just some of the venues that are part of the scheme.

If you would like to become a member, just take proof of age and your identity such as a driving licence, bus pass or passport to a Doncaster Council Customer Service Centre, a library, the Mansion House or Blue Building in High Street to get your membership pass, a membership badge, booklet and vouchers.