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Striking Dilemmas

Striking Dilemmas, an emotional and though provoking play set against the backdrop of the 1984-85 Miners Strike arrives at Barnsley Council-run Elsecar Heritage on Thursday, 15 October.

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Barnsley Heritage Open Days

An exciting programme of free tours and drop in events will be on offer at the Barnsley Heritage Open Days. At the various activities, which are taking place between Thursday, 10 and Sunday, 13 September, visitors can find out more about the town’s history as well as the great museums and galleries.

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Visitors to Elsecar are in for a treat with the arrival of Elsecar by the Sea. The event, which takes place on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 September, will bring all the fun of the seaside to the quaint historic site, once Earl Fitzwilliam’s village of iron and coal.

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There will be lots of fun and laughter at Elsecar this weekend, with the arrival of a free family fun event. Taking place on Saturday, 16 and Sunday, 17 May, there will be lots of exciting things to see and do.

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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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