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Cannon Hall

50 DAYS TO GO UNTIL TOUR DE YORKSHIRE COME TO BARNSLEY

Thursday, 12 March marks the exciting start of the 50 day countdown to the Tour de Yorkshire, which will travel 16 kilometres through Barnsley on Sunday 3 May. Stage 3 of the Tour takes place on Bank Holiday Sunday and will see cyclists enter the borough at 12.42 from Wakefield via the A61 Barnsley Road.

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Worsbrough Mill

50 DAYS TO GO UNTIL TOUR DE YORKSHIRE COME TO BARNSLEY

Thursday, 12 March marks the exciting start of the 50 day countdown to the Tour de Yorkshire, which will travel 16 kilometres through Barnsley on Sunday 3 May. Stage 3 of the Tour takes place on Bank Holiday Sunday and will see cyclists enter the borough at 12.42 from Wakefield via the A61 Barnsley Road.

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Experience Barnsley

Barnsley’s Greatest Treasure revealed

Barnsley’s Greatest Treasure was revealed at the Friends of Barnsley’s archives and social evening talk which took place last night (Monday 9 March.) The winning entry is The Annals of Barnsley, written by John Hugh Burland. They are a chronological history of Barnsley from 1744 to 1864, a time when so much was changing locally.

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Cannon Hall

Barnsley’s Greatest Treasure revealed

Barnsley’s Greatest Treasure was revealed at the Friends of Barnsley’s archives and social evening talk which took place last night (Monday 9 March.) The winning entry is The Annals of Barnsley, written by John Hugh Burland. They are a chronological history of Barnsley from 1744 to 1864, a time when so much was changing locally.

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Cooper Gallery

Barnsley’s Greatest Treasure revealed

Barnsley’s Greatest Treasure was revealed at the Friends of Barnsley’s archives and social evening talk which took place last night (Monday 9 March.) The winning entry is The Annals of Barnsley, written by John Hugh Burland. They are a chronological history of Barnsley from 1744 to 1864, a time when so much was changing locally.

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Elsecar

Barnsley’s Greatest Treasure revealed

Barnsley’s Greatest Treasure was revealed at the Friends of Barnsley’s archives and social evening talk which took place last night (Monday 9 March.) The winning entry is The Annals of Barnsley, written by John Hugh Burland. They are a chronological history of Barnsley from 1744 to 1864, a time when so much was changing locally.

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Worsbrough Mill

Barnsley’s Greatest Treasure revealed

Barnsley’s Greatest Treasure was revealed at the Friends of Barnsley’s archives and social evening talk which took place last night (Monday 9 March.) The winning entry is The Annals of Barnsley, written by John Hugh Burland. They are a chronological history of Barnsley from 1744 to 1864, a time when so much was changing locally.

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