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Why not become an Avon sales representative or sales leader in the Thurnscoe area? We have many Avon representative and sales leadership opportunities in the Thurnscoe area.

Thurnscoe is a village located in South Yorkshire, England. Set in the heart of the Dearne Valley, historically, Thurnscoe was a farming village and in Roman times it was situated on the Roman road Ryknild Street, which ran down a track, to the east of what is now Rectory Lane. t continues up Southfield Lane by the side of the cemetery and over fields to the south of the village, and up Clayton Lane to the north.

Thurnscoe was known in early times as Turnesc, this becoming Terunsc by the time of its mention in the Domesday Book, with the name Thurnscoe is derived from Old Norse for Thorn Tree Wood. Parts of the village were owned by Roche Abbey, who dug Magnesian Limestone in an area known locally as "Cave Wood" which is a craggy geography between the overlying Cadeby Formation and underlying Yellow Sands Formation, both late Permian. Cadeby limestone from Thurnscoe was a moderately significant export in medieval times.

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