Doncaster has been mentioned on artist Banksy's Dismaland website, after a man interviewed at a refugee camp in Calais said he was so desperate to gain access to the UK that he would 'go anywhere, even Doncaster'.
Following a five week-run in Weston-super-Mare, material from Banksy's 'bemusement park,' Dismaland has been used to create shelters for refugees in the camp in Calais.
Banksy has now published a selection of photographs from the camp, and the donated materials used, on his Dismaland website which includes comments from a Kurdish refugee interviewed about why they want to come to the UK.
They said: "I am Kurd. I spent two years learning English. I don't want to go to Germany and start all over again.
"I love UK, I will go anywhere, even Doncaster."
For more information, or to visit Banksy's Dismaland website, click here.