Doncaster, where God lives next door to Tesco #ILoveDN #DoncasterIsGreat #Doncopolitan

Warren Draper


A while ago, during Doncaster’s last bid to become a city, I had the idea of producing an arts, listings and culture magazine for Doncaster which would celebrate all things Donny in a tongue-only-slightly-in-cheek kinda way.  I firmly believe that if Donny was given the same glossy magazine treatment that most *real* cities enjoy (stylish photos, pretentious write-ups, Who’s Who of the Doncasteratti, etc.) then it would have no trouble holding its own against Paris, Milan and New York. 😀

Take a long, hard look at our town and you’ll realise that Doncaster wants for nothing… nothing but confidence that is. Don’t get me wrong, a little modesty can be a refreshing thing, but when you’re always putting yourself down you shouldn’t really be surprised if people start acting negatively towards you. Doncaster suffers not for what it is, but because of how it views and portrays itself. So…

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About Rachel Horne

Visual artist and co- creator of Doncopolitan Magazine. One half of Horne & Draper

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