Restoring the glory, revealing the secrets of Cannon Hall

Restoring the glory, revealing the secrets of Cannon Hall

Following a £3.8 million restoration project, the parklands at Cannon Hall in Barnsley have been completely revitalised to improve the visitor experience.

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The Astoria Centre opens again for summer events

The Astoria Centre opens again for summer events

Step back in time to the halcyon days of the Cinema Organ with the summer events hosted at Barnsley’s Astoria Centre. The Astoria Centre is run by the Penistone Cinema Organ Trust; a group of volunteers who have worked on the restoration and maintenance of these musical marvels. The Astoria...

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New project for Rotherham veterans

New project for Rotherham veterans

Rotherham’s Military Community Veterans Centre is launching a new project called ‘Hidden Faces’ to reach veterans at risk of loneliness and isolation.

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Enjoy the bounty of summer without breaking the law

Enjoy the bounty of summer without breaking the law

With Elmhirst Parker Solicitors, Barnsley There’s an old saying that the only things that are truly free in this world are blackberries. Summer is the time for heading out into the countryside and (as long as you know what you’re doing) foraging for free wild goodies like juicy blackberries, wild...

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Double Celebrations for The Ethel Trust

Double Celebrations for The Ethel Trust

The team of volunteers at Sheffield-based charity, The Ethel Trust, are celebrating this summer after receiving the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in recognition of the exceptional support they provide for disadvantaged people in South Yorkshire.

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On the right Traxx

On the right Traxx

To save Chapeltown Market from closing, a team of local residents joined forces to revitalise it for the 21st century.

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Lest we forget the Yorkshire Trench

Lest we forget the Yorkshire Trench

Can you help save the Yorkshire Trench in Ypres, Belgium, from imminent collapse?

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Rolf Heymann: a lifelong battle for freedom and peace

Rolf Heymann: a lifelong battle for freedom and peace

We meet the remarkable Rolf Heymann who fled Nazi Germany aged 10 for a safe life here in Sheffield.

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The bears are coming to Sheffield

The bears are coming to Sheffield

Are you ready to go on a bear hunt? Well, you will definitely spot a BIG one – or 160 – as a beary bright and bold art exhibition makes its way to Sheffield this summer.

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Next Stop… Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum

Next Stop… Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum

This summer, why not visit Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum on the Isle of Axholme to see the world’s largest collection of trackless vehicles.

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