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Cannon Hall

Cannon Hall closed throughout September for improvements

From Monday, 4 September Cannon Hall will be temporarily closed to the public in order to make improvements to the entrance and reception area. Work will take place throughout September and will see the building’s front porch removed and replaced with a new glazed entrance.

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Elsecar

All the fun of the seaside at the heart of South Yorkshires

Visitors to Elsecar are in for a treat when Elsecar by the Sea, the village’s annual celebration of its remarkable history, returns on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 September. The fun filled family weekend brings with it a taste of the seaside. There will be lots to see and do including a community gala (Saturday) in the award winning Elsecar park, beer festival in Milton Hall (Thursday - Saturday), craft fair in The Ironworks (Saturday and Sunday) and steam trains plus much more.

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Cannon Hall

New parking charges for Cannon Hall Museum and Cannon Hall Farm

Parking charges are set to change at both Cannon Hall Museum and Cannon Hall Farm from Monday 24 July. Parking charges for the award winning attractions will be set at £1 for two hours and £3 all day. Customers using either car park will be able to redeem £1 on their two-hour ticket, with a minimum £5 spend, by displaying their ticket, from the White Bull Bistro at Cannon Hall Farm.

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Cannon Hall

Prepare the cavalry ‘Cannon’ at Cannon makes its return

This weekend sees the return of Cannon Hall’s spectacular re-enactment event, “Cannon! at Cannon”. The free event taking place on Saturday, 5 and Sunday, 6 August will feature Wellington’s determined redcoats, bravely defending the historic Georgian country house from Napoleons invading army.

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Experience Barnsley

New light cast on 19th century mining disaster

Over the last year numerous commemorative events have taken place to mark the 150th anniversary of the Oaks explosion in Barnsley, which remains the worst pit disaster in English history. However, the 1866 explosion wasn’t the only tragedy in the history of the pit.

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Cannon Hall

Official Notice

We are receiving a high volume of enquiries from people who are concerned about orders they have placed with Darceys Flowers at Cannon Hall. We are not in a position to comment on the current situation or individual cases. We would like to clarify that we are not affiliated with the business in question; it has been a tenant of Cannon Hall Park and Gardens for a number of years

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