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Scrapbooking your memories workshop

Learn how to creatively scrapbook your special memories at Experience Barnsley on Saturday, 10 May, 10.30am to 12.30pm.

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Join in with ye olde miller's treasure hunt

Visitors to Worsbrough Mill are invited to see if they can be the one to find ye olde miller’s treasure on Monday, 5 May, 11am to 3pm.

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Trouble shooting your family tree course

Family historians can expand their knowledge, whether just starting out or just having become stuck, with a new course on offer through the Barnsley Archives service.

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Family at War course: The Impact on the Home Front 1914-1918

A course which will enable learners to discover the conditions of life and living on the home front during the Great War of 1914-1918, will soon be available through Barnsley Archives service.

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Evacuated to Grimethorpe

It might seem like an unlikely destination, but newly discovered school records from Grimethorpe have cast new light on evacuation to the area.

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Cooper Gallery puts the art into party for 100 year milestone

One hundred years ago, The Cooper Gallery on Church Street opened to the public, dedicated to preserving its varied collections and making them accessible to the Barnsley people.

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Share miners' strike memories at Experience Barnsley event

Experience Barnsley is inviting people to share their memories of the 1984/5 miners’ strike at a special event on Thursday, 24 April from 5pm to 7pm.

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Spring arrives at Cannon Hall

Easter sees Cannon Hall Museum open again for a new season of events, from Saturday, 19 April.

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How the Victorians voted

Details of those entitled to vote in Barnsley in Victorian times have been made much more accessible following a digitisation project funded by the Friends of Barnsley Archives.

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Barnsley Council news release: Barnsley FC fans' contributions wanted for new exhibition

“It’s just like watching Brazil” crooned Barnsley fans from the terraces of Oakwell almost 20 years ago. The chant was composed during the glorious 1996-97 season, when the team historically won promotion into the Premier League.

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