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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Colour Forms comes to Barnsley

Colour Forms comes to Barnsley

A new art installation has been created by Lenny and Whale to commemorate 300 years since inoculation came to Britain thanks to Lady Mary Wortley Montagu.

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Stand up for your health

Stand up for your health

It’s time to start standing up more. Victoria Hudson of S75 Fitness, Barnsley shares her top tips for how to get more active in daily life.

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The Coalfield Symphony launch debut album, Virtue and Villainy

The Coalfield Symphony launch debut album, Virtue and Villainy

Barnsley’s musical duo, The Coalfield Symphony, are proud to launch their debut album Virtue and Villainy masterfully created during lockdown 2020.

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BIADS: Help for today, hope for tomorrow

BIADS: Help for today, hope for tomorrow

Caring for someone with dementia can be a 24-hour job and one that often takes over any relationship you both may have had before. But at BIADS – Barnsley Independent Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support – their unique support service helps people diagnosed with dementia and their carers to reconnect with...

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Capturing 95 years of Barnsley Photographic Society

Capturing 95 years of Barnsley Photographic Society

Showcasing a snapshot of their 95-year history, Barnsley Photographic Society are proud to be hosting a special exhibition at Cooper Gallery this winter. Aptly named ‘95’, the exhibition is made up of an eclectic range 60 prints covering a whole manner of subjects, themes and styles to highlight the versatility...

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FareShare: Waste Not, Want Not

FareShare: Waste Not, Want Not

If ever there was a more paradoxical issue in current times, it is that of excessive amounts of food pilling up on landfill sites and the rising number of people in the UK struggling to put food on the table.   It is mind-boggling to think that over eight million people...

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