This photo appears to have been take C1930, Taylor's chemist on the left of the photo, later became Timothy White's and Taylor's. A postcard in memory of the tragic day which became to be known as "Black Barnsley", children were trying to gain entry to the Harvey Institute which later became known as the Public Hall and later the Civic Hall. This photograph is of the old Barnsley Mining and Technical College which is situated by St.
South Yorkshire Police Station, Churchfield, this is situated on the site of the old Fire Station, which is now on Broadway, Barnsley. Another picture of the same area, at a slightly different angle, looking down Churchfield towards Church Lane. This hairdresser's shop, used to be a barber's shop, which was owned by Harry Davies, his sister Phyllis was my aunt, by marriage, she married Frank Wood. The bottom of Market Hill, at the top of the picture you can see the old "Barnsley College of Technology". Part of Barnsley's town centre, the big building used to be the offices of the South Yorkshire County Council.
Bark House Lane, Cawthorne, Barnsley S75 4AT Former mini stately home (1790) to the home to the Spencer-Stanhope family, set in 70 acres. Bark House Lane, Cawthorne, Barnsley S75 4ATFarm and adventure playground especially suitable for young children.
Lowe Lane, Barnsley S75 3EN Wonderful 18th century historic house (not open to public) and formal gardens. Wath Road, Elsecar, Barnsley S74 8HJ Former industrial village that you can wander around and see the various craft workshops (some now in use as small businesses).
Worsbrough Bridge, Barnsley S70 5LJ 17th century working water powered corn mill, set in over 240 acres of country park. Barnsley S73 0YF Site created on flooded former mine works that now attracts huge range of birds. We will not share your details with anyone, but by signing up you are agreeing to receive the occasional email from us on behalf of selected advertisers.
Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council has started the search for a partner construction firm to overhaul the town centre.

The Better Barnsley regeneration project will involve building a new library around a revamped town square, remodelling and expanding the market Metropolitan Centre.
Work on the major scheme will start in early 2015 and a market briefing day will be held later this month to set out plans. Funding for the scheme is being provided by the council from monies raised through capital receipts in recent asset and land sales, as well as existing borrowing and approvals. Bright, open and inspiring, this newly refurbished space will create flow between outdoor and indoor shopping, and easier to get to for shoppers and businesses. By extending Lambra Road there’ll be a new route behind the redeveloped indoor markets with new shopping and leisure opportunities. Proposed for location on Mayday Green, this state of the art building will be a hub for community activity.
High quality, safe, bright, and easy to access open-air car parking, with plenty of spaces. This scheme, combined with additional public realm improvements and the development of a brand new college building, brings the total town centre investment to ?57m. Your browser does not support Javascript and so a lot of the features within this website will not work properly for you. A thriving town in the heart of South Yorkshire, its centre is a fantastic place to visit for a family day out or last minute shopping trip.
Ideally situated just minutes from the M1 it offers a great range of shops and there are lots of tempting treats available at the many tearooms and cafes.
With large retailers such as Boots, Marks and Spencer, Next, Top Shop, New Look and Primark it is an ideal destination for the fashion conscious and makes for a great afternoon of retail therapy. In the bustling town centre there are lots to see, talented local singers making regular appearances, fair rides and other attractions keeping children entertained.
With great transport links from surrounding areas to the re-developed train and bus station it is easier than ever to get there. Visit Barnsley is the official destination website for Barnsley, providing visitors with a comprehensive overview of the town and borough.
The website is managed by Visit Barnsley CIC, a non-profit making Community Interest Company (CIC) with the remit to drive and support tourism in the area.

If you have a question or query about any of the information on this website or simply want to let us know what you think please get in touch. Business membership is open to any business located in Barnsley with an interest or involvement in the visitor economy. Sir Cllr Stephen Houghton CBE, Leader of Barnsley Council, said he was keen to make sure that people were supportive of the plans.
Diana Terris, Chief Executive, talking about the benefits of this to the local economy, added: “Our vision for the new town centre includes a range of retail and leisure activities and events, as well as civic amenities like the new library. Progress has started already on the new state of the art sixth form college, public realm improvements, and preparation for the move of the outdoor market. The money spent on the scheme will have no impact on the council’s revenue budget or ability to maintain its essential services. The square will be large enough for market stalls and public events, and will look into the refurbished indoor market. Alongside this are the well renowned indoor and outdoor markets offering a selection of top quality local goods - everything from food and drink to fabrics, furniture and much more! The website is an excellent resource for anyone looking for ideas on things to do, places to stay, eat and shop. VIP members will receive all of the latest news, events and offers directly to their inbox.
The website is an excellent resource for anyone looking for ideas on where to go, things to do and where to stay, eat and shop. The most notable feature is the white Portland stone Town Hall that will open as a heritage and arts centre in 2013. Business members will benefit from exposure to visitors to the website, and promotional opportunities will be available. Among other things, we were told loud and clear that Barnsley needs to keep its markets, to create quality open spaces that feel safe, and to make sure business servicing and parking needs are met.

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