Take a look inside South Yorkshire’s new McDonald’s off the Dearne Valley parkway

South Yorkshire’s latest McDonald’s branch opened this week off the Dearne Valley parkway.

By Danielle Andrews, Local Democracy Reporter
Friday, 17th December 2021, 1:35 pm
Updated Friday, 17th December 2021, 3:32 pm

The new fast food restaurant joined Dunkin Donuts, KFC, Taco Bell and the Dearne Valley Farm pub off the Rockingham Roundabout on the Dearne Valley Parkway, close to Junction 36 of the M1.

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It opened on Wednesday, December 15 for dine-in, takeaway, drive-thru, delivery, and click and serve.

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Local franchisee Franco Ventura says the new branch will create 75 new full and part-time jobs, and hire 600 more people.

Local franchisee Franco Ventura says the new branch will create 75 new full and part-time jobs, and hire 600 more people.

He owns nine restaurants across South Yorkshire including Rotherham Parkgate.

Mr Ventura said: “We are delighted to be opening another brand-new McDonald’s restaurant in Dearne Valley and can’t wait to see local customers, both new and old, enjoy our services on offer.

Local franchisee Franco Ventura says the new branch will create 75 new full and part-time jobs, and hire 600 more people.

“People are at the heart of our business, and we look forward to welcoming new employees with the jobs our restaurant will create.”

Local franchisee Franco Ventura says the new branch will create 75 new full and part-time jobs, and hire 600 more people.
Local franchisee Franco Ventura says the new branch will create 75 new full and part-time jobs, and hire 600 more people.
Local franchisee Franco Ventura says the new branch will create 75 new full and part-time jobs, and hire 600 more people.
Local franchisee Franco Ventura says the new branch will create 75 new full and part-time jobs, and hire 600 more people.
Local franchisee Franco Ventura says the new branch will create 75 new full and part-time jobs, and hire 600 more people.