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New Taco Bell set to open in Barnsley

Wednesday April 26 2017

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A NEW Taco Bell restaurant is set to open in Barnsley.

Plans for the popular chain to open a new branch on the edge of Hoyland Common are moving forward, years after initial planning permission for the project was granted.

The firm has put detailed proposals for the Mexican restaurant to Barnsley Council.

If approved, it will occupy part of the Gateway 36 site which has already been developed with a new pub, warehousing and another take-away.

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Reply Posted by Dave Moncrief on Wednesday April 26 2017 at 17:48
Oh great, yet another American fast food merchant serving up ***** food to chavvy families. Just what Barnsley needs NOT.

Reply Posted by Dean on Thursday April 27 2017 at 11:20
Barnsley needs investment, this is investment.

Barnsley doesn't need judgemental people who forgot they live in a pit village.

Reply Posted by KP on Friday April 28 2017 at 12:54
You do know fast food restaurants exist in every town and city in the World?

Mr M sounds like a guy who has never travelled? Goes on about Barnsley been a dump, but it no different to any other town or city.

Reply Posted by bill n ben on Wednesday April 26 2017 at 18:37
I think they mean Gateway 36 at Birdwell

Reply Posted by Ben Whaling on Wednesday April 26 2017 at 18:45
It's a top snap joint pal ....

Reply Posted by The octopus on Wednesday April 26 2017 at 22:20
Birdwell/Hoyland Common it doesn't really matter the 2 have more or less merged together now bill n Ben.

Reply Posted by Rob on Thursday April 27 2017 at 18:53
We need a burger king in barnsley

Reply Posted by Dan on Thursday April 27 2017 at 20:28
Dave moncrief is a fool. So much negativity and it's always from the same age band of people. Barnsley is changing, for the better. Most investment means more jobs and a much more attractive looking tarn. Barnsley will he a much better place.

Reply Posted by Hope on Friday April 28 2017 at 09:24
Cheap quality junk food...local merchants should be given opportunities to keep the town's food heritage alive!