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High achieving Early Years students at University Campus Barnsley (UCB) have received recognition in a special awards presentation at the campus.
Six students from the BA (Hons) Early Years course were honoured at the event which was attended by Chief Executive and Principal Christopher Webb and staff from UCB’s Childcare and Education Professions department.
23% of students who completed the course in 2014-15 achieved a first class honours degree which has allowed some learners to undertake post graduate study including master’s degrees, while others have pursued career advancement in educational and early years settings.
The BA (Hons) Early Years has been developed for those who wish to work in primary or secondary school teaching, gain Early Years Professional Status, or work in professions such as youth and community work, social work or teaching and training in the Lifelong Learning Sector.
UCB also offers a Foundation Degree which is designed for people aiming to progress their career in teaching or learning support and students can progress on to higher level teaching assistant roles or on to gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) at primary level. It’s not too late to start the BA (Hons) Early Years or the Learning Support Foundation Degree in September 2015.
Barnsley FC footballer Marc Roberts went back to his roots when he visited Barnsley College’s Sport department. Marc, who studied Sport at the college, returned to the Honeywell campus to speak to students at the college’s Sports Fair, which introduced learners from across the college to the sporting opportunities open to them. The 25-year-old defender chatted to students about his experiences at college and his journey into professional football.
Marc said: “The students had plenty of questions about how I found studying at college and how I got to where I am now. Mark Ryan, Sport Programme Manager at the college, added: “Marc was an excellent student who worked extremely hard as an academic and a footballer.
The Civic’s theatrical offerings this season start with literature greats Charles Dickens and William Shakespeare cleverly condensed into two fast-paced ‘pocket-size’ performances, followed by a mid-week theatre treat from award-winning national touring theatre company Pilot Theatre. And a libretto from the acclaimed poet, Civic Champion and Barnsley Bard Ian McMillan, also takes to the stage. Seen by almost 6000 people on their tour last Spring, Propeller’s Pocket Merchant visits The Civic for its only date in Yorkshire.
Next, Pilot Theatre present Outsiders – a compelling reimagining of Albert Camus’ classic story, L’Etrangerwhich tells the stories of Marie and Sumaya, who are still trying to understand and come to terms with the traumatic events of their past. With a mixture of breath-taking illusions and trickery, an original musical score and a libretto from the acclaimed poet and Civic Champion Ian McMillan, is the new production from award winning Proper Job Theatre Company. A Barnsley company, whose products have been used to repair the Forth Road Bridge and the London Underground, is branching out into new markets through e-commerce. Adomast makes specialist products for the construction industry, including curing agents that accelerate the setting time of concrete; adhesives for the repair of brick, stone and masonry, and sealants for porous surfaces. But every winter the company, which is based at Shafton near Barnsley, hits a low as the construction industry slows down. Managing director Denise Wolstenholme said: ?Our sales are very influenced by the weather and the winter months were really hitting us hard, so we needed to look at other ways of generating sales.
Denise and her colleagues are now setting up an e-commerce business called Profinish, with the help of the Click e-commerce accelerator programme, which is funded by Enterprising Barnsley, a business support programme delivered by Barnsley Council. Click is run by business start-up experts Enterprise Nation at Barnsley?s Digital Media Centre. Participants are taught how to research the market, create a website, protect intellectual property and trade online. The company, which has also been given marketing support by Enterprising Barnsley, has increased its staffing levels from four to 11 in the last year and plans to take on an apprentice and two new staff in the coming months. Tracey Johnson, founder of Enterprising Barnsley?s Click programme, said: ?Adomast is just the sort of company we aim to help embrace e-commerce. Enterprising Barnsley is supported financially by the European Union and has attracted ?3,015,276 investment from the European Regional Development Fund as part of Europe?s support for the region?s economic development, through the Yorkshire and Humber ERDF Programme. Barnsley Community Choir is recruiting new members of all ages and abilities to join the group as rehearsals begin again after the summer break. The choir prides itself on offering anyone who enjoys singing the opportunity to rehearse with like-minded people and perform concerts in and around the Barnsley area, without the need to audition or read music.
Choir leader Susan Donnelly is looking forward to rehearsals starting on Tuesday 8 September. Vets are using Puppy Awareness Week to help owners of puppies think about long-term care for the new addition to their family, not just while they are cute and cuddly. It is estimated that almost five million dogs are not fully vaccinated against illnesses including distemper. And Vets4Pets is hoping Puppy Awareness Week, which runs until the 7th September, will help owners understand how to properly provide for their puppy’s welfare, including keeping them up-to-date with vaccinations and treatments. Huw Stacey, director of clinical services at Vets4Pets, said: “Vaccinating your puppy provides it with the best level of care possible and helps to prevent millions of our pets from catching some particularly nasty diseases that can have very serious consequences. In addition Dr Stacey is reminding all dog owners and those looking to get a puppy, that from April next year all dogs aged eight weeks and over in England and Scotland should be microchipped.
He added: “Microchips offer a quick, effective and permanent way of making sure a puppy or dog is always identifiable and that owners can be contacted in the event of them being lost and subsequently found. The Civic, Barnsley is a multi-storey, multi-purpose arts centre seeking to bring wide-ranging, contemporary artforms to appreciative audiences from Barnsley and beyond. As a proud supporter of the arts in South Yorkshire, The Civic showcases high-quality performances and exhibitions not usually associated with a centre of its size or regional location, and is instrumental in bringing world-class touring theatre, music and arts groups en route to larger UK cultural centres and other venues around the globe.
Based in the School of Design and underpinned by research excellence in textiles at the University of Leeds, the Yorkshire Fashion Archive is a publically accessible collection of haute couture, fashion garments and everyday clothing.
A comedy about a Henry Higgins, a phonetics expert who, as a kind of social experiment, attempts to make a lady out of uneducated flower girl, Eliza Doolittle. The Civic is thrilled to welcome local school children to the stage as part of the Shakespeare Schools Festival. Nominated for Musician of the Year and for Best Album with ‘Vagrant Stanzas’ in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2014, there is no-one who has more successfully combined the diverse elements of British, Afro-American and old-timey music than Simpson. A multi-award-winning, critically-acclaimed comedy by Kill the Beast; a 1970’s detective werewolf mystery wrapped up in a hilarious Hammer Horror. A strapping tale filled with shoes, which promises to be a delightful old load of cobblers. Encouraging entries across all genres and styles of photography, including art and science based work, the Exhibition aims to represent members’ interests within photography, which is broad in both style and subject.
Spend an evening in the company of this popular and prolific TV and radio presenter, journalist, columnist and author as he tells The People’s Song, a social history told through pop singles Maconie is both proud of and passionate about. Celebrate and enjoy the talents and achievements of the young musicians from Barnsley Music Education Hub, in a superb musical concert for the public. Oliver Twist, Charles Dickens’ dark tale of crime and punishment, is stunningly re-imagined in this critically acclaimed stage adaptation, told from the point of view of Fagin.


Barnsley born Toby Foster (Phoenix Nights, BBC Radio Sheffield) presents a great night of laughter, hosting some of the best comedians from the UK and international circuit!
The songs and remarkable story of Frank Sinatra performed by International Award Winning singer Robert Habermann.
Stuff and Nonsense return with a thrilling adaptation of everyone’s favourite beary-tale.
The most exciting and eccentric live variety night is back for an extra special Christmas extravaganza. Since re-opening in 2009, The Civic have been passionate about programming new writing and devised performance from some of the UK’s finest emerging experimental artists and companies. New Work Weekend begins with new live music theatre show about heart-warming true train stories and a little bit of laughter, 21,000 Miles of Rail. Next, in contrast to Butterfield’s piece is a story of brotherhood, loss, incarceration, escape, survival, desire, art and resilience. Kicking off Saturday night, Above Bored is an original black comedy that uncovers the despair at the heart of the corporate hamster wheel. Finally, from young company Displace Yourself Theatre, run by Jennifer Nevin and Mike Auger is a brilliant new physical theatre show about social exclusion. Displace Yourself Theatre were selected for the Civic Artist Residency Programme (CARP) which aims to support artists in the process of creating work in a supportive arts environment. The Civic continue to support artists in with their Civic Scratch night on Thursday 1 October, giving artists and informal chance to showcase new work and try it out in front of a live audiences. All the way from Alabama USA, the folk group The Pine Hill Haints will visit Barnsley this September 11th, for a special concert at the Barnsley Rock & Blues Venue. They will be joined by the Barnsley born, Leeds based Serious Sam Barrett; a finger-picking guitarist, well known for his mix of transatlantic folk, rock n roll and 50s pop. Sam Barrett says, “I used to go to Barnsley folk festival as a child, all through the 80s and I vividly remember seeing Dave Burland and Tony Capstick and loving their music, so Barnsley has a had  big influence on my music.
On the Pine Hill Haints, he says, “I first met them when I was booked to support them in Bradford. When asked what you can expect from their appearance in Barnsley, Sam is jubilant, “The way we play is very spontaneous. Extra support on the evening comes from Barnsley folk group Parson’s Lot, who are guaranteed to get your clogs stomping every single time and the acoustic trio The Rolling Down Hills, who fuse acoustic grunge with americana roots music. A Barnsley brewery committed to tradition has adopted a new look for modern times and announced thousands of pounds worth of investment in growth. Acorn Brewery has refreshed its branding and announced it will spend ?60,000 on new brewing equipment and office space to mark its 12th anniversary. Dave Hughes, owner of Acorn Brewery said: “We have been trading for 12 years now and have not changed our branding over that time, but feel the time is right for a refresh now.
Acorn has worked with Barnsley-based design agency DMSQD to develop its new branding which draws on aspects of its former image, including colour scheme and the acorn logo, but develops a stronger connection and sense of identity across all its products. Dave said: “Our three new conditioning tanks will mean an extra 15,000 litres of real ale can undergo the week-long conditioning process at any one time.
The company’s larger cold store will mean Acorn can keep more hops on the one hand and bottled beers ready for collection on the other – all at the optimum temperature of below 14? degrees centigrade. And a new office area will be created to give the brewery’s expanding sales team its own dedicated space for the first time. Acorn Brewery’s development has been supported through Enterprising Barnsley, a European-funded programme delivered by Barnsley Council which supports local businesses to grow and create jobs.
Sales have increased 12 per cent in the past 12 months and Acorn delivers direct to more than 400 pubs and bars in the north and midlands and supplies hundreds of others via wholesalers. Dave said: “With our latest investment and new image we are prepared to go on increasing production and sales. Acorn Brewery produces six permanent ales; Barnsley Bitter, Barnsley Gold, Yorkshire Pride, Blonde, Gorlovka and Old Moor Porter.
The company also owns the Old Number 7 pub in Barnsley town centre, which it acquired in 2011, and between eight and 10 percent of all its beer is now sold there.
Penistone resident Brian Taylor tackled a fire on Don Street, with two neighbours, after it took crews 14 minutes to get to the blaze last Wednesday afternoon. Mr Taylor, who lives on the Springvale Street, was attracted to the incident after smelling smoke coming from three sheds which were alight behind a derelict house. The fire, which started at about 12.30pm, spread to the roof of a residents' house and left one shed gutted. A South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue spokesman, said: "Crews always respond to life-threatening incidents as quickly and as safely as possible.
Your email address will not be visible to other users of the website when you leave a comment. His work ethic is something that has never left him and his journey is an inspiration to all young people. A talented cast of four bring hundreds of the great author’s best-loved characters to life in 70 minutes of Dickens’ Greatest Hits.
Propeller’s Pocket Merchant, is a condensed 60 minute version of the company’s critically acclaimed production of Shakespeare’s The Merchant Of Venice. Outsiders brings to life two forgotten voices from very different perspectives, taking the audience on a journey that explores deep rooted personal, cultural, social and political differences, drawing compelling reference to contemporary issues. Bram Stoker’s Dracula describes how the Demeter leaves Varna, Transylvania with a full crew and arrives in Whitby empty except for the Captain, dead, strapped to the wheel and a mysterious cargo of wooden boxes. Businesses are given eight weeks of intensive support, followed by up to a year of further mentoring.
The course also helps them develop a brand and get business basics in place, including logistics, sales, marketing, social media and finances.
They?ve given us the knowledge and support to get it all up and running and the extra income will really help us through the winter months,? said Denise. They have a successful business already, and wanted to take advantage of the online market place to find new customers. She said: “The Barnsley Community Choir are a great bunch of people who enjoy singing and performing community based concerts in order to help raise funds for local charities. The Box Office will remain open until 30 minutes after the start of each show on performance days.
Highlights of the exhibition include Knitwear designs by Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, 1930s woollen swimwear, 1970s Bill Gibb and conceptual garments from 1980s and 90s designers Comme des Garcons, Vivienne Westwood and Julien MacDonald.
Performing four different Shakespeare plays; you will see Shakespeare performed as you’ve never seen it before!


A new tale of supernatural slaughter – combining beautiful projections, original music.
Garlic Theatre take you on a fantastical journey to the island of lost shoes with clowning, mime and beautifully crafted puppets. With humour, pathos, quizzes and audience participation, this is a fun night out that will both move and entertain.
With atmospheric music, beautiful movement and an inspired design, this promises to be a wonderland of poignant, inventive storytelling to enchant children and families. A brilliant mix of ingenious puppetry, music and mischievous moments for everyone in the family! Enter the Christmas spirit as a spectral woman tells haunting tales of the festive season, lighting a candle to the frailties of human nature and illuminating the chilling depths of the wintry dark.
Featuring maigician, Christian Lee, high energy juggling from Jon Udry and performance from MarkMark Productions. You never know, he might turn you from a pauper to a prince just like the hero of this story. The Civic’s New Work Weekend aims to support these artists and companies; giving them a platform as they pursue their creative journeys. Playwright, performer, musician and single parent Annie Siddons recently performed the raw and dark lyrical narrative Raymondo at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe as part of the British Council Showcase.
Jennifer Nevin continues:“We could not be performing Eden without the openness and generosity of the people of Barnsley. Tickets are ‘Pay What You Can Afford’, meaning it’s free to book your ticket and pay what you think the performances are worth on the night. It incorporates lashings of gospel, rockabilly, blues, rock and roll, celtic folk music and bluegrass, and is played on fiddle, harmonica, tenor banjo, mandolin, saw, accordion and washtub bass – so is an absolute must and a rare treat for local fans of folk music. This summer, they will invest in new conditioning tanks, an extended cold room store and new office space at their Aldham House industrial estate premises in Wombwell. This is when we monitor the beer’s development before we judge it to be perfectly full-bodied, flavoursome and ready to cask. After doubling production over the last seven years, it now produces around 30,000 pints of real ale a week. It sells into the UK’s top five supermarket chains and 50 independent retailers, plus exports its bottled beer to Italy via a whole sale customer. A bit of common sense that his lorry would not fit the gap and paying attention to the siren and lights the fire engine would have been at it's destination 3-4 minutes quicker. Along with my personal commitment to doing well, this helped me stay determined and motivated.
I went to university after college so I emphasised the importance of education to the students, even for those who want to pursue a sporting career.
Including Oliver Twist, Great Expectations, David Copperfield, Bleak House, A Tale of Two Cities, Nicholas Nickleby, The Old Curiosity Shop, and A Christmas Carol.
The setting, a prison called Venice, creates an intense hothouse, feeding the extreme and ferocious intolerances that Shakespeare examines in this controversial and powerful play.
Nosferatu unravels the dark and chilling tale of these sailors in the last hour before the sun rises. Selling online will help them to diversify their market and grow their business even further creating new jobs in the process.
We’d love to welcome new members along to our rehearsals and would really like to boost our male membership in order to produce a broader and richer sound. Using a concoction of storytelling, puppetry, comedy and an original score, Shapeshifter promises to be a fantastic theatrical experience.
The work has been carefully selected to create an exciting weekend that has our ‘stamp of approval’”. As employees are questioned by the police, protestations of job satisfaction and unwavering loyalty to EvaBond begin to unstick.
We all had an interest in the gritty end of folk and country music as well as skateboarding and punk, so we felt like Transatlantic kindred spirits. It also delves into the bizarre-but-true story of Charles Dickens’ own life, including his complicated romantic entanglements. The ideal introduction Shakespeare, the ensemble create a relaxed and engaging atmosphere for the performance and encourages feedback from the audience in the optional 40 minute talkback session after the show.
This production combines the beautiful poetry of Ian McMillan with the excitement and tension created by Bram Stoker. Created by new-writing company ‘Owdyado Theatre, their contemporary detective theatre piece asks; When does bored, become bored to death? With the Pine Hill Haints, he has already been on a number of international tours and has collaborated on a handful of records.
A singing, dancing love-letter to the life and works of the great man and unlike any Dickens-based show you’ve ever seen before. Metal sheds from Yardmaster sheds, Store More sheds, Trimetals sheds, Asgard sheds and Biohort sheds.
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