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Tuesday July 22 2014 FURIOUS residents are gearing up to save their local field which has been earmarked for social housing. Plans for the development, off Cobcar Lane, Elsecar, have been greeted with anger and dismay by the people who live in the surrounding…
We Are Barnsley Tuesday July 22 2014 TIME is running out to register to have your dog microchipped for free at an event on July 29. The event, at the pavilion in Royston park, has been organised by Barnsley Council and the Dogs Trust and runs from…
South Yorkshire Police Tuesday July 22 2014 THE police have appealed for witnesses after a 69-year-old woman died following a collision in Barnsley on Monday. Police were called at around 12.20pm to Royston Lane, at the junction with Church Hill, following reports that a silver Audi A4…
Tuesday July 22 2014 PLAY equipment and car parking will be improved at a Barnsley park. About £23,000 was set aside by the developer of 18 homes at Oakdale, Worsbrough Dale, which had to be used in the park as it is next to the…
Luke Steele Tuesday July 22 2014 FORMER Barnsley goalkeeper Luke Steele has paid tribute to the club's fans after joining Greek giants Panathinaikos. The 29-year-old, who made 227 appearances for the club, left last week, bringing an end to his six-year spell at Oakwell. He said:…
Tuesday July 22 2014 A BARNSLEY man who died following an assault on Friday has been named. Nigel Evans, 24, died on Sunday from his injuries after emergency services were originally called to Sunderland Terrace, near the town centre, at around 5.50pm on July…
Monday July 21 2014 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…
South Yorkshire Police Woman Dies After Collision Monday July 21 2014 A WOMAN has died after a crash in Barnsley. Police were called at around 12.20pm today (Monday) to reports of a collision in Royston Lane, Barnsley. It is believed that a single car was involved in the collision. A man…
Monday July 21 2014 A PROJECT which hands out free meals to the homeless in Barnsley town centre is now safe for another six months after facing an uncertain future. Barnsley Churches Drop-In Project, on John Street, faced a serious threat of having to…
Monday July 21 2014 A PEACOCK was spotted enjoying the sun in Barnsley this weekend! Local filmmaker Giannis Kipreos, from Darfield, woke up to find the colourful bird on his garage's roof. "It lazed about a bit then made its way into my neighbour's…
Monday July 21 2014 MORE than 1,000 people have signed a petition calling for a popular Barnsley pub to be saved from demolition. Plans to close and then flatten the Kings Head on Darton Lane, Mapplewell, and replace it with a Sainsbury's store went…
Chris O'Grady Monday July 21 2014 LAST season's top scorer Chris O'Grady has joined Brighton and Hove Albion. The 28-year-old striker, who bagged 15 goals last term, signed a three-year contract with the Seagulls for an undisclosed fee. Born in Nottingham, O'Grady made 59 appearances for…
South Yorkshire Police Man Dies After Assault In Barnsley Monday July 21 2014 A MAN who was assaulted in Barnsley on Friday has now died as a result of his injuries. Emergency services were called to Sunderland Terrace, near the town centre, at around 5.50pm following reports of a disturbance. A 24-year-old man…
Friday July 18 2014 BARNSLEY has another 100-year-old resident! Kitty Aldredge celebrated turning 100 last Sunday with her family at Oakwood Grange Care Home. Born in Eastleigh, Hampshire, Kitty joined went into service as an assistant cook before becoming head cook. Her son Bob,…
Friday July 18 2014 FIREFIGHTERS are set to continue their eight-day strike action over the weekend. Members of the Fire Brigades Union have been striking every day since July 14 in protest at the government's proposals to raise the retirement age from 55 to…
South Yorkshire Police Friday July 18 2014 AN 80-year-old woman who sustained life-threatening injuries in a collision in Barnsley is now on the mend. The pensioner's Nissan Micra was travelling along Vernon Road in Ward Green towards Mount Vernon Road at around 1.15pm last Friday afternoon. It's…
Friday July 18 2014 A WEATHER warning has been issued for South Yorkshire by the Met Office. Experts have predicted that thunderstorms and torrential downpours are on their way for Friday night into Saturday morning, with an amber alert being issued. A statement said:…
Netherwood principal Toby Eastaugh Ofsted Carries Out School Visit After Parents' Bullying Concerns Friday July 18 2014 OFSTED carried out a visit to a Barnsley school last week after an online survey for parents expressed concerns about bullying. A cross section of 46 parents whose children attend Netherwood ALC answered 12 questions on the education watchdog's website. A total…
Image by Kurt Fairhurst Friday July 18 2014 A MOTORCYCLIST suffered serious injuries after colliding with a car on Thursday evening. Police were called at around 7.30pm to reports of a collision between a red Mazda and a yellow Suzuki motorcycle in Furlong Road, Bolton-upon-Dearne. The motorcyclist, believed…
The Arcade Friday July 18 2014 BARNSLEY town centre will hold its first ever vintage festival on Saturday. The day-long event, which runs from 10am until 9pm, will be hosted in The Arcade. A street already known for its array of independent and unique stores, its…
South Yorkshire Police Pair Arrested After Knife Reports Thursday July 17 2014 TWO men have been arrested following an early-morning incident in Monk Bretton. Police were called at around 5.10am on July 16 to reports that a man had a knife in Priory Court. Upon arrival, officers found a 43-year-old man with…
Thursday July 17 2014 CBEEBIES star Mr Bloom will visit Barnsley next month. The children's TV favourite, played by Ben Faulks, has fronted Mr Bloom's Nursery since 2011, where he helps kids get involved with nature. He will visit the Alhambra on August 23…
Thursday July 17 2014 A FIBREGLASS gorilla who has lived in a front garden for over seven years has been stolen. Bruce, who stands at three-and-a-half foot tall, had lived in Michelle Wood's front garden on Myrtle Road, Wombwell, until he was stolen last…
Thursday July 17 2014 A BARNSLEY man has been missing for three weeks. David Broomhead, 39, from Hoyland, is believed to be in North Yorkshire, but officers are trying to locate him. Any information should be given by calling police on non-emergency number 101.
Stagecoach Thursday July 17 2014 CHANGES to many bus services in Barnsley will take place this weekend. Here's your guide on what's changing. The list below features the services that will see a change on July 19, 20 and 21 in a bid to improve…
Luke Steele Thursday July 17 2014 LUKE Steele is expected to sign for Greek club Panathinaikos today. The popular goalkeeper, who played 222 times for the Reds, thanked fans on his Twitter account on Wednesday. He said: "The fans' messages have been amazing, I appreciate them…
Wednesday July 16 2014 A BARNSLEY beauty student who suffered multiple injuries after falling from a five-storey balcony while on holiday has been flown home. Amy Chester Wigfull, 24, is lucky to be alive after plummeting 50ft from her hotel in Benalmadena, Costa del Sol, while…
Sainsbury's Wednesday July 16 2014 PLANS to convert the Stairfoot B&Q store into a Sainsbury's supermarket creating up to 400 jobs have been approved. The retail giant's proposals went before Barnsley Council's planning committee on Tuesday. Plans include a new internal mezzanine floor for a…
Wednesday July 16 2014 A WARNING has been issued to those who use pre-workout supplements in Barnsley. Council officers took samples of supplements, which claimed to improve performance and burn fat, from gyms around the borough. Analytical testing of the products found one of…
Wednesday July 16 2014 TWO covert cameras will be set up to catch fly-tippers in a litter-strewn area in Barnsley. Barnsley Council's enforcement team have acted in response to the ongoing problem around Beevor Street and Frederick Street in Goldthorpe. Coun Ralph Sixsmith is…
Wednesday July 16 2014 THERE has been a 10 per cent reduction in the number of road collisions in the town over the last year. Safer Roads Partnership officials have given a cautious welcome to the latest statistics, which also show a decrease across…
Monday July 14 2014 FORMER Barnsley player Jim O'Brien has thanked the fans for their support during his four-year stay at the club. The 26-year-old, who joined when Mark Robins was in charge, signed for Coventry City last week. "Apart from Celtic, it's the…
South Yorkshire Police Monday July 14 2014 AN inquest has been opened and adjourned after a college lecturer was found dead in a car at Dunford Bridge. David Betrand-Kidd was discovered at a car park near Winscar Reservoir on June 13. Police say the 38-year-old, of Upper…
Monday July 14 2014 BARNSLEY Hospital Charity has announced it's holding a second Zombie Run later this year. Last year's inaugural event raised around £20,000 for the hospital and almost 600 runners took part. This year's event, at Worsbrough Mill on October 18, aims to…
Monday July 14 2014 A VAST swathe of land which covers 30 acres is being sold off for housing. The land - which covers the former Darton Primary School site - is described as a 'prime residential site' in a sales pack produced by…
Monday July 14 2014 WOULD-BE thieves almost had a Barnsley shop owner throwing in the towel after they tried to break into her shop. They tried to smash the window at Moo Designs by using a crow bar, but were unsuccessful. The did not…
Monday July 14 2014 MOBILE speed cameras will operate on the following roads this week. A61 Park Road, Barnsley A628 Barnsley Road, Penistone A628 Barnsley Road, Silkstone A628 Cundy Cross to Shafton Two Gates A629 three-kilometre stretch, Wortley A633 Rotherham Road, Athersley South A633…
Thousands To Be Spent On Play Area Monday July 14 2014 ALMOST £30,000 will be spent making repairs and improvements to a play area in Barnsley. The works, at Littleworth Lane play area in Lundwood, will be carried out by Barnsley Council and will be paid for using £28,450 that was set…
Danny Wilson Monday July 14 2014 THE Reds' pre-season fixtures started with a 2-0 defeat against FC Halifax Town on Saturday. Youngsters including George Smith, Nana Boakye-Yiadom, Danny Rose, Reuben Noble-Lazarus and James Bree all got a run out in the match watched by 1,257 people…
Monday July 14 2014 THE council has thanked residents for their support in embracing the new waste and recycling collection services. Sweeping changes to the waste and recycling service has seen an interruption to some residents’ collections over the past few months, but this…
South Yorkshire Police Monday July 14 2014 POLICE are appealing for information after a collision left seven people injured in Barnsley. At around 4.10pm on July 11, it is reported that a silver Ford Focus was travelling along the A1695 Park Spring Road towards Grimethorpe when it…
Monday July 14 2014 BARNSLEY town centre will hold its first ever vintage festival later this month. The day-long event, which runs from 10am until 9pm, falls on Saturday, July 19. It will be hosted in The Arcade, a street already known for its…
Monday July 14 2014 THREE fire engines tackled a serious blaze at a new build house in Barnsley. Firefighters were called to the incident on High Street, Thurnscoe, at around 4.45am this morning (Monday). Fortunately the house was vacant at the time, as flames…
South Yorkshire Police Elderly Woman Sustains Serious Injuries Friday July 11 2014 AN 80-year-old woman sustained life-threatening injuries in a collision in Barnsley on Friday afternoon. At around 1.15pm, it is reported that a blue Nissan Micra was travelling along Vernon Road in Ward Green towards Mount Vernon Road. It is believed…
Angela and Bradley Friday July 11 2014 A BUDDING Barnsley chocolatier has been commended for his work in a prestigious competition. Catering student Bradley Mitchell, 18, of Merchant Croft, Barnsley, was a runner-up in the Keylink Student Chocolatier of the Year competition which attracted entrants from around…
Barnsley Hospice Friday July 11 2014 BARNSLEY Hospice has marked 20 years since it opened its doors with the opening of its latest £700,000 extension. The project, which has been mainly funded by the NHS, has created a new patient lounge, dining area, spiritual room and…
Barnsley Magistrates' Court Friday July 11 2014 AN animal transporter has been fined almost £15,000 after being stopped by a Barnsley Council officer. Barnsley Magistrates' Court heard on July 3 that James Crowden, trading as Newark-based TC and BJ Crowden Ltd, was stopped during a routine transport…
The Crosslands Friday July 11 2014 THEIR first date might have been a boring film, but a Barnsley couple have stood the test of time and celebrated their 60th anniversary. Annie and Len Crossland, of Radcliffe Road, Athersley North, celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary on July…
Friday July 11 2014 FINES of up to £1,000 could be issued from September in a bid to clamp down on people who misuse the disabled blue badge scheme. Cabinet members will consider approving new enforcement and prosecution measures against those who misuse the…
Friday July 11 2014 A BARNSLEY woman had 13 inches of her hair cut off to donate to young cancer patients. Barnsley College’s Images salon played host to the charity chop as 31-year-old Helena Kelly, of Edward Street, Wombwell, donated her hair to the…
Metrodome Thursday July 10 2014 THE Metrodome is celebrating its 25th anniversary on Saturday. Hailed as a game-changer for the region’s economy and its sports and leisure provisions, the venue has seen many changes and developments since it first opened its doors back in 1989.…
Barnsley Main Thursday July 10 2014 BARNSLEY Main's engine house and pithead structures have been given protected status by English Heritage. The disused colliery's winding engine house and pit head structures were built around 1900 and then modernised in 1956. The experts say they're the last…
Thursday July 10 2014 A REWARD of £500 has been offered following the latest spate of vandalism in a Barnsley park. The Royston ward alliance has put up the money for anyone who comes forward with information leading to the identification of the perpetrators.…
Thursday July 10 2014 A FREE dog microchipping event will take place in Barnsley later this month. Barnsley Council, who has teamed up with the Dogs Trust, will hold the event in the pavilion at Royston Park, Midland Road, between 11am and 3pm on…
Thursday July 10 2014 A TWO-YEAR-OLD boy walked on a 10-kilometre charity trek in memory of the father he lost to cystic fibrosis. Corey-George Blackett, from Birdwell, wore a T-shirt with the message 'I'm walking for my Daddy' on the walk at Longshaw in Derbyshire.…
Thursday July 10 2014 TEACHERS are split in opinion over whether a shorter summer break would benefit children's education. Provide Education, a Barnsley-based recruitment agency, conducted a survey to ask the teachers it works with what they think about proposals being mooted to shorten the…
Thursday July 10 2014 A NEW Tesco store which has taken three years to build is set to open in the autumn. Mayor of Barnsley Tim Shepherd and Coun Robin Franklin joined guests at a special handover of the new store in Hoyland. Due…
Wednesday July 9 2014 THE 11-month project of refurbishing the town centre's streets will be officially launched on Monday. Coun Roy Miller, Coun Sir Steve Houghton and representatives from North Midland Construction PLC will take part in a slab-laying ceremony at 11.30am on the…
Wednesday July 9 2014 ALMOST a quarter of women in Barnsley were classed as smokers at the time of giving birth. Figures from the Health and Social Care Information Centre showed 23 per cent of women who gave birth at Barnsley Hospital over the…
The Arcade Wednesday July 9 2014 A BARNSLEY man is opening a new gourmet burger joint in the town centre later this month. Daniel Sharp, 36, of Hazelwood, Monk Bretton, applied to Barnsley Council to change the use of 6 The Arcade from a former hairdresser…
Wednesday July 9 2014 BARNSLEY residents' bin collections will change this week due to industrial strikes. Thursday sees a national day of action, and collections for the town's bins will be altered. Those who usually have their grey bins emptied on a Thursday will…
South Yorkshire Police Wednesday July 9 2014 A PENSIONER sustained serious head injuries after being hit by a car on Monday. Police were called to the incident at 9.30am to reports that a woman had been hit by a grey Land Rover Freelander on Brierley Road, Barnsley.…
Wednesday July 9 2014 MANY schools will be closed in Barnsley on Thursday due to a national strike. Here's your guide on which schools will be closed. Athersley North Primary School - closed all day Athersley South Primary - closed all day Barnsley Academy…
Tuesday July 8 2014 MOBILE speed cameras will operate on the following roads this week. A61 Park Road, Barnsley A628 Cundy Cross to Shafton Two Gates A633 Rotherham Road, Athersley South A633 Rotherham Road, Monk Bretton A635 Doncaster Road, Barnsley A635 Saltersbrook Road, Barnsley…
Tuesday July 8 2014 PRINCESS Anne visited Barnsley on Friday. The Princess Royal made the trip to the town and visited the Barnsley Riding for the Disabled Association, on Pontefract Road, where she is a patron. She also took in the 50th anniversary celebrations…
South Yorkshire Police Man Found Hanged In Barnsley Tuesday July 8 2014 A MAN was found hanged in a wooded area off Pontefract Road, Hoyle Mill, on Monday. Police were called at around 4pm yesterday to the address, where the body of a 28-year-old man was discovered. There are not believed to…
Tuesday July 8 2014 BARNSLEY Football Club has hinted that the price of its replica shirts could be reduced next year - after fans scoffed at the new strip's £44 price tag. The Reds revealed their new kit for the League One campaign last…
Photo by Timm Cleasby Tuesday July 8 2014 OVER 50,000 people lined the streets to witness the Tour de France sweeping through over eight miles of Barnsley's roads on Sunday afternoon. Warm sunshine beamed down on fans of all ages, with locals being joined by visitors from Australia,…
Tuesday July 8 2014 THE police has appealed for information after an arsonist struck at a chicken coop in Barnsley on Sunday night. Firefighters were called to the incident at 10.45pm, where the blaze - on Wakefield Road - spread to nearby hedges. The…
Friday July 4 2014 CONTROVERSIAL plans for more than 2,000 homes between Barugh Green and Pogmoor will be available for people to view. House builder Strata and planning consultants Spawforths are hosting a consultation at Barugh Green Club on July 8, as they prepare…
Friday July 4 2014 THOUSANDS of Barnsley residents will have the chance to receive support in replacing their boiler ahead of winter. Some 8,000 properties are eligible, both owner-occupied and private rented. These residents are being sent letters notifying them of the scheme. The…
South Yorkshire Police Friday July 4 2014 VICTIMS of anti-social behaviour will have a say on what should happen to perpetrators as part of a raft of new powers being brought in. The new rules come in to force in October in a bid to streamline and…
Friday July 4 2014 FIREFIGHTERS across South Yorkshire are to go on strike in a national day of action next week. Thursday, July 10 has been chosen and it comes just three weeks after the last strike. Employees are protesting against government changes to…
Friday July 4 2014 A FITNESS group backed by Barnsley Football Club is gearing up for a gruelling 12-hour challenge - all in the name of charity. The 'Fit Reds' will take part in a gruelling Three Peaks Challenge later this month, and they're…
Barnsley Man To Appear At Crown Court Friday July 4 2014 A MAN accused of two rapes and one allegation of sexual assault has been sent to Sheffield Crown Court. Mark Stephen Lawrence, 21, of Maythorne Close, Staincross, who has made no pleas, will make his first appearance on July 9.…
Friday July 4 2014 THE funeral of a Barnsley man who was found dead in his home after he breathed in carbon monoxide fumes from a disposable barbecue will take place today. Stephen Waddington, 53, was found dead in his Tune Street home by…
Chris O'Grady Friday July 4 2014 DANNY Wilson has said it is "music to his ears" that top-scoring striker Chris O'Grady has seemingly pledged his future to the Reds. The frontman, who bagged 15 goals last term, had been the subject of a £500,000 move to…
Friday July 4 2014 PRINCESS Anne will be in Barnsley today. The Princess Royal will make the trip to the Barnsley Riding for the Disabled Association, on Pontefract Road, as she is a patron of the association. After that, Her Royal Highness will attend…
Friday July 4 2014 "NATIONAL retailers" could be on their way to Hoyland town centre as part of its long-awaited redevelopment. Developers Resilienti, who have been working on the plans for almost two years, says it would like to see some stages of the…
Friday July 4 2014 A SECOND specialist domestic abuse worker will be set on by the council to help protect people who have been subjected to the crime. Barnsley Council has approved £64,000 to contribute towards services to support victims, including recruiting a domestic…
Friday July 4 2014 A BARNSLEY pub is set to open its doors after a major refurbishment. Formerly known as The Olive Branch, the pub, on Park Road, Worsbrough Bridge, will now be known as The Red Lion, its original name. A major refurbishment,…
Thursday July 3 2014 MP Dan Jarvis presented a bill in Parliament on Wednesday to strengthen the national minimum wage. It comes after the Labour MP for Barnsley Central was selected in a ballot of all MPs, giving him the chance to propose his…
Thursday July 3 2014 A BARNSLEY man who was found dead in his home is believed to have been poisoned - by a disposable barbecue. Police and fire crews broke into the terraced house on Tune Street on June 22 at around 6.30pm after…
Thursday July 3 2014 A NEW 24-hour telephone booking system for GP appointments is being introduced in Barnsley to improve access for over 200,000 residents. Barnsley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has funded the scheme as part of the organisation’s drive to improve communication with…
Wayne Gradwell Thursday July 3 2014 A £10 MILLION development which will see 220 new homes being built just a few miles away from the town centre has been approved by Barnsley Council. The multi-million pound development from Persimmon Homes will be built off Mitchells Way,…
Stagecoach Thursday July 3 2014 STAGECOACH has announced a major shake-up of its services along a busy Barnsley bus corridor. Here's your guide on what's changing. The operator is introducing a number of changes on the Pontefract Road corridor to improve punctuality and reliability. The…
Barnsley Main Thursday July 3 2014 THE closing of the pits still has an impact on Barnsley 25 years on, according to a new report. The Coalfields Regeneration Trust, based in Wombwell, commissioned a research team from Sheffield Hallam University to compare economic and social conditions…
South Yorkshire Police Men Arrested After Firearm Incident Wednesday July 2 2014 THREE men have been arrested on suspicion of possession of a firearm after a man was sighted with a gun in Barnsley. South Yorkshire Police were called to Littleworth Lane in Barnsley at around 8.45pm on Tuesday night to reports…
Wednesday July 2 2014 TWO young performers got the best seats in the house at a Robbie Williams concert - sat at either side as they performed alongside him. Ten-year-old Ellie Tasker and Izzy Williams, nine, performed 'High Hopes' with the former Take That…
Prison Escapee Found In Barnsley Wednesday July 2 2014 A MAN who escaped from prison has been arrested at an address in Barnsley. Stewart Caves, 32, was found at a house in Columbia Street, Worsbrough, after escaping from HMP Kirkham in Lancashire. Caves, who is originally from Barnsley, was…
Ambulance workers set to strike Wednesday July 2 2014 AMBULANCE staff across the borough will be on strike when the Tour de France comes to the region this weekend. The Unite union said its members had "overwhelmingly" voted to take industrial action on July 5 and 6. The Grand…
Wednesday July 2 2014 A BARNSLEY secondary school is making up to 40 people redundant, including up to 18 teachers, in an effort to save about £1.8 million a year. Eight teachers and four non-teaching staff have taken voluntary redundancy at Horizon Community College,…
Matthew Jones Man Pleads Guilty To "Horrendous" Knifepoint Rape Wednesday July 2 2014 A BARNSLEY man has pleaded guilty to raping a woman at knifepoint in her own home. Matthew David Jones, 30, of Carlton, admitted two counts of rape, two counts of sexual assault and one count of false imprisonment at Sheffield…
Library Wednesday July 2 2014 THE demolition of Barnsley Central Library and its neighbouring shops will get underway today. Dismantling work has already begun inside, but work to topple the building will start today to make way for Barnsley College's new sixth form. There will…
Wednesday July 2 2014 MOBILE speed cameras will be operating on the following roads this week. A61 Park Road, Barnsley A628 Barnsley Road, Penistone A628 Barnsley Road, Silkstone A628 Cundy Cross to Shafton Two Gates A629 three-kilometre stretch, Wortley A633 Rotherham Road, Athersley South…
Tuesday July 1 2014 HUNDREDS of people turned out to witness the first cycle race to be held in Barnsley's town centre for 20 years. Last Tuesday's Barnsley Criterium marked the start of the town's pre-Tour de France celebrations. It was brought back to…
Tuesday July 1 2014 PAYDAY loan lender Wonga has been ordered to pay more than £2.6 million in compensation after it sent letters from fake law firms to customers in debt. The letters - which threatened legal action - saw the UK's biggest payday…
Tuesday July 1 2014 A METAL thief has received a suspended jail term - despite being caught red-handed sawing up copper piping by the police. Officers acted on a tip-off after David Poulson, 35, was seen stealing from an empty house a few doors…
Jacob Mellis Tuesday July 1 2014 JACOB Mellis has left Barnsley Football Club. Officials met with Mellis and his parents on Friday, but during the meeting it became clear that Jacob felt he needed a fresh challenge and that he would prefer to leave the club…
Tuesday July 1 2014 THE Tour de France is coming to the region this weekend and a host of road closures will be in place. Here's your guide to where they are. Spectators and residents alike are asked to note that road closures will…
Tuesday July 1 2014 A NEW birthing centre for Barnsley mums has been officially opened. Barnsley Hospital’s newly renovated labour ward is a seven-bed facility which takes the place of the old labour ward. Three of the seven birthing rooms contain birthing pools, with…
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