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Worrall is a tiny rural community in the civil parish of Bradfield, located 6.5 kilometres north-west of Sheffield. It has a land area of 233 hectares and a population of approximately 1500 people. Worrall’s origins can be traced back to Viking times, as seen by the names Towngate Road and Lund Road. Worrall was mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086, following the Norman Conquest. Worrall established some small-scale industry at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, when some small Little Mester workshops were established to manufacture cutlery and knives. Worrall is now primarily a residential village with a mix of modern and older houses. The majority of its working residents commute to Sheffield and neighbouring locations.

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