I went walking to Rossington Hall and the nearby countryside today. To get there I went via the Lakeside area as usual.
About a mile further on there's some nice countryside right next to the houses at Bessacarr.
I now use a much shorter route to reach Rossington, it's not shown as a footpath but there's definitely not a problem going this way.
I reached the stretch of the Doncaster Greenway and over to the right noticed another one of the railway themed metallic benches. There's a path going over to it but it leads to a dead-end - it's cut off by the East Coast Main Line railway line. Next to the bench there's a very good carving of a man's face in a tree trunk.
I arrived at Rossington Church and sat on one of the benches opposite to eat my sandwiches.
I continued heading south towards Rossington Hall.
Right next to Rossington Hall is the National Horseracing College; as I was passing by the fire alarm went off and people were mustering outside.
On my way back home I noticed this sign - I didn't even know we had any fens in Doncaster.