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Showing 104 articles for May 2015


Friday May 22 2015 FAKE tobacco products and illegal alcohol are being sold across Barnsley. The council have said reducing the amount of fake goods available across the borough is a key priority. Coun Roy Miller said: “Counterfeit goods harm the business of the…
Firefighters investigated the blaze Friday May 22 2015 ARSONISTS have caused smoke damage to homes on Summer Lane in Wombwell after setting fire to rubbish in a back yard. A garden shed was destroyed and a row of terraced houses suffered damage including broken windows by the intensity…
Map of where the sculpture will be placed Friday May 22 2015 A FOUR metre tall sculpture will be placed on Sheffield Road in Barnsley to celebrate the town's historic hand loom weavers on May 21. Barnsley Council and public art charity Beam asked artist Tim Ward to work with local people…
CCTV Friday May 22 2015 POLICE have released a CCTV image of a man who may have information about a burglary. Thieves broke into Complete Pipeworks on Shortwood Road in Hoyland through a first floor window at some time between 11pm on April 16 and…
South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Dr Alan Billings Wednesday May 20 2015 COMMUNITY groups in Barnsley can apply for funding up to £25,000 as part of a new cash pot grant scheme. South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Dr Alan Billings has launched his 2015/16 Community Grant Scheme. The closing date for…
Amy Turner at the awards Wednesday May 20 2015 A BARNSLEY student was recently nominated for a Professional Footballers Association Award. Amy Turner, 23, was nominated in the Young Women’s Player of the Year category. This comes just months after her debut for the England women's football team. Amy…
Level 2 Travel and Tourism students Wednesday May 20 2015 A ZUMBATHON at Barnsley College raised £397 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice. Level 2 Travel and Tourism students organised the two hour dance and exercise session with the help of Zumba coaches Jo Cantle, Helen Eyre and Julie Cotney. As…
Wednesday May 20 2015 Businesses are being asked to join the Barnsley Breastfeeding ‘Welcome Here’ scheme. Its aim is to promote the places that provide a welcoming atmosphere for breastfeeding families through an online directory. Do you think women should be encouraged to breastfeed…
Welcome here Wednesday May 20 2015 BUSINESSES are being asked to join the Barnsley Breastfeeding ‘Welcome Here’ scheme. Its aim is to promote the places that provide a welcoming atmosphere for breastfeeding families through an online directory. The scheme is being led by Barnsley Council’s Infant…
Some of the winners Wednesday May 20 2015 STAFF at Barnsley College have been handed awards for their hard work. Over 175 people were nominated for the awards and a team of judges picked a winner for each category. The Staff Star Awards were held in the college’s…
Sailor Sid's Sweets Wednesday May 20 2015 One of the markets longest serving traders Sailor Sid is turning 70. What are your memories of one of the town's favourite sweet shops? Comment in the box below.
Samuel Sheridan-Garrity Wednesday May 20 2015 A WOMBWELL couple have set up a takeaway tuck shop delivering pick and mix sweets to punters' doors. Samuel Sheridan-Garrity and wife Amy run Sweet Inspiration from home, and deliver everything from jellies to wasabi peanuts. He said: "We start…
Wednesday May 20 2015 SHOCK statistics have revealed that more than a quarter of pregnant women in Wombwell smoke. Figures presented to South Area Council showed that 27.4 per cent of expectant mums were still smoking at the time of delivery in Wombwell. This…
Former toilets could be knocked down Wednesday May 20 2015 THE OLD public toilets in Cudworth could be transformed into a shop. A planning application was submitted to knock down the site on Barnsley Road to make room for a shop. The results of a public consultation are currently being…
Wednesday May 20 2015 THE FUTURE of Penistone barn could be under threat after two weekly market sessions have been shut down. Businessman Kieron Knight pulled out of the second hand markets he had been running on Sundays and Tuesdays, leaving only the traditional…
Jason and his wife Verona Wednesday May 20 2015 A WAR hero needs to raise at least £45,000 for lifesaving treatment. Jason Evans, 44, of Mulberry Close, Goldthorpe, was diagnosed with a brain tumour five years ago. He has had treatment to reduce the size of the tumour twice…
Pharmacy opening times Wednesday May 20 2015 PHARMACY opening hours in Barnsley this Bank Holiday Monday are as follows; Asda pharmacy on Old Mill Lane is open 9am until 6pm. Tesco pharmacy on Wombwell Lane is open 11am until 4pm. Lloyds pharmacy on Midland Street is open…
Philip Selway Wednesday May 20 2015 RADIOHEAD drummer and vocalist Philip Selway will perform at a Barnsley music festival. He will appear at the Underneath the Stars Festival in Cawthorne on July 25 alongside US songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter and international singer-songwriter Kate Rusby. Selway has been…
Will Hutchinson and Richard Ryder Wednesday May 20 2015 TWO men from a Goldthorpe IT company are sky diving in a bid to raise money for a cancer charity. Will Hutchinson, 20, and Richard Ryder, 23, of IT Desk, will jump out of a plane from 15,000 feet on…
Dog attack Wednesday May 20 2015 Pet owners who fail to take action to prevent a dog attack could be fined up to £20,000, under tough new laws. If a complaint has been made about a dog to the police or council, its owners could be…
car parking Wednesday May 20 2015 A SNEAKY fuel thief is targeting Barnsley streets by drilling through people's fuel tanks and stealing their petrol. Residents on Barnsbridge Close say around six cars were targeted in one evening. One woman was woke by the sound of a…
Wednesday May 20 2015 A SOCIAL club where gamers can go to play video games could open on Barnsley's Arcade. Video gamer Josh Slack has revealed plans to open the social club in the town centre to help gamers to meet like-minded friend and…
Adam Hague Wednesday May 20 2015 A BARNSLEY student who is working his way up the rankings is aiming to compete in the next Olympics. Adam Hague, 17, is third in the Great Britain senior rankings for pole vaulting and recently set a new British junior…
The market square Wednesday May 20 2015 Here's a first look of what Barnsley will look like by 2018. The ambitious plans for the town centre have been unveiled which include an area for retail, leisure and market space, including areas for food and drink, a cinema and…
Yvonne Underwood Wednesday May 20 2015 A BARNSLEY woman has landed a new role at her brother's brewery - and will be helping to expand the range by exporting to Italy. Yvonne Underwood has joined the team at Acorn Brewery to help with the day to…
Barnsley Deaf Awareness Day Wednesday May 20 2015 An event is taking place today for deaf awareness day. Local experts will team up with charities to raise awareness of hearing loss and highlight the support available. Organisations on hand to offer advice include Health Watch Barnsley, Action on…
England will play Belarus Wednesday May 20 2015 OAKWELL Stadium is set to host an England under-21 international game. Belarus are the visitors to Barnsley for the Vauxhall England under-21 international on June 11, with kick off at 7.45pm. Head Coach, Gareth Southgate, said: "Hopefully we’ll be able…
Officers tested the driver for drugs Tuesday May 19 2015 A Thurnscoe driver has been charged by police after testing positive for cannabis. Michael Allington, 22, of Windsor Street, was stopped by officers on Doncaster Road in Goldthorpe on March 6. He was suspected to be under the influence of…
Market garden takes shape Tuesday May 19 2015 THE old open market space has been transformed into a garden for a week of events. Barnsley Council has been planting lawns, hedge rows and trees in preparation, as part of the Love Your Local Market campaign. Entertainment will take…
Tuesday May 19 2015 ORGANISERS of a charity bike ride are appealing for someone to drive their support van. Barnsley language tutor Carl Dundas, 33, of Woburn Place, Dodworth, is part of a team planning to ride from Land's End to John O'Groats to…
Tuesday May 19 2015 A PETITION has been launched to save a children's centre in Worsbrough Common. Rising Stars run groups for families with children under five and have a team of support workers. In the petition, addressed to Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council, it…
Police Car Lights Tuesday May 19 2015 TWO people have been seriously injured in a motorbike crash in Royston. Police are appealing for witnesses following the incident which happened at around 3.15pm on Sunday (May 17). A black Kawasaki motorbike was travelling along Church Lane, in the…
Liz Barnett shared this photo of residents waiting at the cordon Friday May 15 2015 BOMB squad officers have cordoned off a street in Worsbrough today after a homemade device was discovered. Emergency services were called to a property on Elm Court in Worsbrough this morning (Friday, 15 May) following the discovery. A police spokesman…
Ball games now allowed! Thursday May 14 2015 A VICTORY over a ban in ball games at a local park could set a precedent across the borough. Little green signs which say 'BMBC. No ball games. By order' have been in parks and grass areas across the borough…
Thursday May 14 2015 A SHOP building which dates back to the 1800s could be demolished to make way for housing. The old village shop on Haigh Laigh in Hoylandswaine dates back to 1850 but the building has been vacant since the 1990s and…
Thursday May 14 2015 PLANS to extend a school in Penistone to add more dining space have been announced. St John's Primary wants to dining capacity in the hall at its infants site, off Chapel Field Lane, to cope with numbers and the need to…
Alan Billings Thursday May 14 2015 FEWER fines for drivers using mobile phones at the wheel have been handed out in Barnsley - due to the fact there are less officers. Statistics have shown the number of  motorists given fixed penalty notices for illegally using mobile phones…
Chris Haigh Thursday May 14 2015 A CINEMATIC composer has found himself in a row with film producers over a piece of his music he claims was illegally used in a trailer to promote action hero Jackie Chan's new film. Chris Haigh has composed music for…
Thursday May 14 2015 A SPEED camera on a busy road could be moved elsewhere after safety bosses admitted it is in the wrong place. The camera on Halifax Road in Thurgoland has been at the centre of a campaign from parish councillors who…
Thursday May 14 2015 A FORMER town centre nightclub could be transformed into a church. Hope House Church wants to take on the House Nightclub building for use as a community building. Spokesman Paul Bedford said: "We want to take that building on and it…
Manor Bakeries Thursday May 14 2015 A BARNSLEY bakery has invested £20 million on new equipment which means it can produce over 300 million Mr Kipling cake slices a year. Manor Bakeries has invested in a new production and packing line which has allowed it to…
computer keyboard Thursday May 14 2015 VOLUNTEERS are required to help out the unemployed in Goldthorpe. People who are confident and capable at assisting others to write CVs are being sought to help out by Voluntary Action Barnsley. Help from those also familiar with searching for…
Thursday May 14 2015 PLANS to convert the Athersley Arms into a Farmfoods store have been approved by the council. The company had originally applied to demolish the building and build a new fit-for-purpose building. The property was bought by Farmfoods and will open…
Thursday May 14 2015 THE region's leading independent baby retailer, Direct2Mum, is holding an event to help people ensure their child and baby car seats are installed correctly in their vehicles. The event will be held at the Direct2Mum store, Dodworth Business Park, from…
Dennis Griffiths Thursday May 14 2015 A DARFIELD painter is brushing up on retirement after almost 40 years in the trade. Dennis Griffiths, 62, has run DJ Decorating in Darfield since 1975, and bought the Paint Spot shop on Snape Hill in 1987. The company worked…
building house bricks Thursday May 14 2015 A DELAPIDATED primary school and performing arts centre will be demolished to make way for a housing estate. Grove Street Primary School and the performing arts centre (PADS) will be knocked down to make way for a development of 11 two-bedroom…
WInd Turbines Thursday May 14 2015 THE TURBINES for a wind farm that sits between Great Houghton and Grimethorpe should be up by the end of the summer. The scheme - which will see three 126.5-metre structures installed - is being created by EDF Energy Renewables.…
building bricks Thursday May 14 2015 A WOMBWELL housing project to create new affordable homes has been halted after the construction company went into administration. Work ceased on the site on Roy Kilner Road after developers Southdale went into administration. The development was meant to see…
doctor Thursday May 14 2015 A WOMBWELL doctor's surgery has been told it needs to improve following an inspection. The Care Quality Commission said Wombwell Medical Centre - which has around 9,680 patients - is inadequate and it has now been placed into special measures.…
Thursday May 14 2015 SCHOOLS will be allowed to fine parents £60 if pupils are repeatedly late under a controversial plan on late-gate patrols. Schools nationally hit the headlines last week saying tardy parents will be fined if their children are consistently late. Now,…
The crossing on Doncaster Road Tuesday May 12 2015 WORRIED parents have stepped up to become unofficial lollipop ladies on a busy dual carriageway. Oakhill Primary in Ardsley have been left without a school crossing on the 40 MPH stretch of Doncaster Road due to ill health. Mums Wendy…
Paul The Cat Tuesday May 12 2015 PET cruelty is on the rise locally according to the latest figures from the RSPCA. Inspectors say shameful animal cruelty cases - which include an attack on a pet rabbit that had to be put down after its back was…
Benidorm or Bust Tuesday May 12 2015 A PAIR of local lads have attempted to drive from Blackpool to Benidorm in an old banger to raise cash for charity.  James Collins and Nathan Thornton begun the four days challenge on Wednesday - driving a 12-year-old banger to…
Roadworks Tuesday May 12 2015 ESSENTIAL works to Junction 37 of the M1 will result in overnight road closures this month. Resurfacing works on a stretch of Dodworth Road, Whinby Road, and on both sides of the dual carriageway will mean some closures which come into…
John Hickling Tuesday May 12 2015 A VINTAGE clothing enthusiast has converted his small student enterprise into a global business which sells to Urban Outfitters and Lush. John Hickling started selling his charity shop finds on eBay about 12 years ago and now runs a company…
The Smales family Tuesday May 12 2015 A BARNSLEY MS sufferer is taking part in a charity sky dive with his family despite being in a wheelchair. Mark Smales, 51 and his wife Dawn will be taking part in the skydive along with their two children Kimberely…
Tuesday May 12 2015 AN alert has been issued over a lethal diet pill which has killed six people. Interpol issued a global alert over diet pills which contain illicit chemicals. The drug called DNP causes the body to over heat and cook from the…
BIADS Tuesday May 12 2015 A FUND-RAISING campaign has been launched to keep a befriending service that sees volunteers offer companionship to locals with dementia. BIADS says it needs £20,000 to keep the vital service running until December - already new admissions have been suspended…
Rainbow Run 2014 - Photo by Mark Drury Tuesday May 12 2015 A CHARITY run which sees participants get covered in colourful paint is returning to Barnsley on Sunday. The Rainbow Run - in aid of Barnsley Hospital Charity - will be held in Locke Park on Sunday. Participants either running, walking…
Police Car Lights Tuesday May 12 2015 A WOMAN has been charged in connection with the theft of a shopper’s purse in Barnsley town centre. Police were called to Market Street, Barnsley at around 12.15pm on Thursday 30 April following a report of the theft of a…
E-fit Hoyland Common indecent exposure Tuesday May 12 2015 A MAN who performed a sex act outside a property in Hoyland Common is being sought by police. Officers have asked for witnesses following reports that the man was performing a sex act outide a property on Sheffield Road at…
police vest Tuesday May 12 2015 A PENSIONER who was knocked unconscious after being punched in the face by an unknown thug is recovering from his attack. The man, 66, was attacked as he left the Sportsman Inn on Pitt Street, Darfield. As he walked along…
RSPB Old Moor Tuesday May 12 2015 A WILDLIFE charity is encouraging locals to uncover the secrets of their own garden after statistics showed that fewer are taking notice of the wildlife that live there. THE RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch showed that residents who looked discovered a…
Barnsley College Tuesday May 12 2015 BARNSLEY College’s success rates are the best in the region, and among the best in the country, according to the latest report from the Skills Funding Agency. The success rate for 16-18 year olds was 86.1 per cent, putting Barnsley…
Under The Stars 2014 Tuesday May 12 2015 HUNDREDS of tickets have gone on sale for a festival that's taking Barnsley by storm. The Underneath The Stars music festival at Cannon Hall Farm was held for the first time last year and is organised by Kate Rusby and her…
Seventh Son Friday May 8 2015 ROCK band Seventh Son are performing a rare gig in Barnsley to raise cash for Barnsley Hospice. The rock legends are celebrating their 35th anniversary with a gig in Underground at The Londoner on May 21. David Clayton from the…
police vest Friday May 8 2015 SOUTH Yorkshire Police have launched a campaign to tackle bike thefts across the county. It is aimed at advising riders on the steps they should take to help keep their bikes secure. During February and March there were 148 recorded…
Natasha gears up for the Rainbow Run Friday May 8 2015 A BARNSLEY lass who was inspired to raise money for charity after her nephew was born prematurely has shed almost seven stones while training for a run. Natasha Chaudhary was inspired to take part in the Rainbow Run charity event for…
LaserWeb Friday May 8 2015 A BARNSLEY company run by a local family is celebrating success after expanding. Laserweb was formed in March last year but has moved to new premises and invested £60,000 in new machinery to keep up with demand. The company, which specialises…
The Grange Lane traveller site Friday May 8 2015 A CONTROVERSIAL site developed by the council to offer a temporary stopping place for gypsies and travellers has been closed just weeks after it opened. The 11-pitch site on Grange Lane had temporary toilets and water facilities installed - all have…
Llama at Cannon Hall Farm Friday May 8 2015 CANNON Hall Farm has announced plans for a food festival to be held in August. The festival will boast numerous local and regional food and drink producers showcasing their products.  Spokesman Robert Nicholson said: “As a family business, we are…
Horizon shows progress Friday May 8 2015 A BARNSLEY headteacher has asked the council to change the school's start and finishing times because it's too late for some children. Nick Bowen, principal of Horizon, told the council it would help improve attainment as current start/exit times for…
Pigeon Murder Friday May 8 2015 MORE than 50 pigeons were murdered by yobs who broke their legs, pulled off their wings and chopped off their heads. Scott Algar was horrified when he discovered the scene at his allotment on Field Lane Allotments, Stairfoot, and immediately…
Morrisons Friday May 8 2015 MORRISONS in Barnsley is to introduce Express Checkouts to offer customers a quick and personal service. The express lanes will serve customers who wish to buy ten items or less meaning those with only a few items will not have…
Friday May 8 2015 PLANS to convert a property in Cudworth into a children's home have been submitted to the council. Kirsten Gaskell, who has lived on Barnsley Road for 12 years, has applied to the council to change the use of her house.…
Friday May 8 2015 A BARNSLEY man has been named and shamed and fined over £200 for failing to pick up his dog's mess. David Tasker of Reginald Road, Kendray, was issued with a £50 fixed penalty notice from the borough's dog warden but failed…
The Cooper Gallery Friday May 8 2015 Visitors to the Cooper Gallery can come face to face with some of their favourite children’s books characters, with the arrival of the new exhibition Mr Benn to Miffy. Alongside the free exhibition, there will also be children’s activities and…
ballot election vote Friday May 8 2015 THE ELECTION results for Barnsley have been revealed - with more than half of locals turning up to vote. In the 2012 election, just 28.9 percent of people turned up to cast their vote - but that number has rocketed…
Friday May 8 2015 A BARNSLEY nightclub could be converted into a church if planners give the go-ahead. Paul Bedford, of Hope House Church, has submitted a planning application to change the use of the House nightclub on Wellington Street into a place of…
police vest Wednesday May 6 2015 A WOMAN who managed to convince a drunk driver to get out of the car and hand over his keys has been commended by police. The woman was travelling on Station Road in Wombwell at around 6pm on Saturday 11 April,…
Barnsley Interchange Wednesday May 6 2015 THE Mi Card scheme which offers discounted bus travel to those aged between five and 18 will rise in price from 40p to 50p. Young people in Barnsley will be asked to pay the extra 10p as of Sunday, 24…
Town Hall Wednesday May 6 2015 A TWO MINUTE silence will be observed in the town centre on Friday to mark the 70th Anniversary of Victory in Europe Day. Mayor Coun Tim Shepherd will lead the two minute silence in fronf of the war memorial at…
Barnsley Hospital Wednesday May 6 2015 HEALTH bosses have put a call out for local blood donors - especially those who have a rare blood group. Donating sessions are being held over the next few weeks after new statistics showed that the NHS Blood and Transplant…
Elsecar Wednesday May 6 2015 RAIL passenger numbers from Elsecar have gone up by almost 19 per cent - and will continue to rise as new homes are built, experts say. Figures released by the Office of Rail Regulation said that ticket sales rose to…
Barnsley College Wednesday May 6 2015 BARNSLEY College has become the first in the country to develop its own crowdfunding site to help students source investors to get their business ideas of the ground. BCKickstart is a project run by the college offering students an opportunity…
Barnsley's Troubled Family Team Wednesday May 6 2015 A TEAM which works to improve the behaviour of Barnsley's most problematic families has been praised by police. Police chief constable David Crompton praised the team - which consists of a police officer and two council officers - who work…
Stagecoach Wednesday May 6 2015 TRANSPORT bosses say a new agreement will improve bus punctuality and reliability in Barnsley. The agreement - between the council and bus operators - say that they should aim to reduce congestion and cancellations. The aim is for 98 per…
Central Offices Wednesday May 6 2015 A DEMOLITION plan has been submitted that outlines the major town centre buildings that will be demolished by December. Contractor Hague Plant says it plans to start at the end of may demolishing Zero Ice (former Carpetworld building). Demolition will then…
Google Wednesday May 6 2015 THE HEAD of one of the biggest exam board's in the UK has hit the headlines after he suggested students should be allowed to Google in exams. Mark Dawe, the OCR exam board chief executive, spioke out in a Telegraph…
Gunman Wednesday May 6 2015 A MAN who told people waiting for a train that he had a gun is wanted by transport police. He was on platform one on March 17 at about 6pm when he told people there as a gun in his…
Fire Tuesday May 5 2015 A BARNSLEY pensioner had to be given oxygen after escaping a fire in her home. The woman - in her 70s - was treated by fire crews after her cooker caught fire. Tankersley, Cudworth and Barnsley firefighters attended the incident…
The safety event is at Playmania today Tuesday May 5 2015 A SESSION on road safety will be offered to parents in Elsecar today. The South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership is running the #SaveKidsLives safety campaign. It comes after statistics showed that 62 children under 16 were killed or injured on…
Police Car Lights Tuesday May 5 2015 POLICE were called after a man accidentally fell into the river near Asda. Emergency services were called to the scene on Old Mill Lane at around 11.40am on Saturday. A spokesman said: "A 25-year-old man had fallen into the river.…
Graffiti in the Cudworth area Tuesday May 5 2015 A £200 reward is being offered to find the tagger responsible for daubing this across the borough. The graffiti tags have appeared on bus shelters, notice boards, road signs and private property along Pontefract Road, Barnsley, Pontefract Road, Lundwood, Burton…
police vest Tuesday May 5 2015 THREE people were rushed to hospital on Monday after a car crash in Cudworth. Emergency services were called at around 5.55pm on Monday to Burton Road following reports that a silver Toyota Yaris and a green Ford Focus were involved…
Dumped rubbish at the church - by Jill Makinson Harrison Tuesday May 5 2015 FLY-TIPPERS have dumped piles of rubbish near a historic church near Shafton. Jill Makinson Harrison posted on the We Are Barnsley facebook page on May 2 about the old sofa and rubbish that had been dumped near St Peter's Church…
Blockbuster Friday May 1 2015 BARNSLEY will be getting a brand new restaurant as the conversion of the old Blockbuster store continues. American food giant Taco Bell is opening in the former video rental store. Taco Bell is part of the YUM! Brand which includes Pizza…
Ambulance Friday May 1 2015 A BUSY stretch of road in Barnsley was closed off after police received reports of an industrial accident. At 11.38am Friday morning, police were called in by the ambulance service following reports of an industrial accident in the workplace at a…
Road Closed Diversion Friday May 1 2015 We Are Barnsley get many reports of upcoming roadworks in the borough. We thought it would be easier to collate them all into one easy to find place which will be regularly updated. This list will feature everything that affects…
Oakwell Friday May 1 2015 SUPPORTERS have been advised to get the the reds' final game early this weekend - as it's on the same day as the Tour De Yorkshire cycle race. Ben Mansford, chairman of Barnsley FC, said all the necessary measures are…
car sticker Friday May 1 2015 As excitement starts to grow about the Tour De Yorkshire - we want to raid the archives and count down the most popular songs about bikes.  On Sunday, from 11am you will be able to listen to a run down…
survival logo Friday May 1 2015 We Are Barnsley know you will be busy over the Bank Holiday weekend, so we’ve compiled another survival guide to keep you up to speed. In here, there's information on everything from bus timetables to emergency contacts. We've been in…
Time for tea. Friday May 1 2015 COULD you feed a family of four on just £4 a day? Barnsley mum-of-two Kate Raynor has spent a week trying to feed her family on the meagre budget, all in aid of Barnsley Churches Dropin Project. She bought budget…
Cask ales Friday May 1 2015 A HOYLAND Common pub has scooped an award. Saville Square on Sheffield Road was awarded Barnsley CAMRA’s pub of the season award for Spring 2015. The pub was created from the Prince of Wales several years ago and judges said…
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