Pubs and Clubs Guide: Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster

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What’s On Guide to Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster

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Ten Things To Do Today - Monday, April 23, 2018

Ten Things To Do Today - Monday, April 23, 2018

1. Barnsley Jazz, The Savannah Jazz Band, Fairway Hotel, 1 mile from jst 31, M1 on A628 towards Manchester, S75 4LS, 8.30pm, £5 otd. Info. tel. 01226 281805.

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Leeds United v Barnsley..Kemar Roofe is challenged by Barnsley Adam Hammill.21st April 2018 ..Picture by Simon Hulme

Morais remains positive with survival still in Barnsley’s hands - Leeds United 2 Reds 1

There was more frustration for Barnsley boss Jose Morais as his side slumped to another defeat, this time at Paul Heckingbottom’s Leeds.

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Adam Davies

Barnsley: Davies warns Heckingbottom what to expect as old boss slams Reds

Adam Davies expects former boss Paul Heckingbottom to receive a frosty reception from travelling Barnsley fans today.

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Expansion: Former councillor John Wade would like to see new homes in his home village of Oxspring

Council accused of 'cheating' over green belt decision

A planning inspector is to investigate complaints that a developer was “cheated” in an assessment of green belt land which prevented a site promoted for housing from even being considered by planners.
Changes: Barnsley Council questioned over its changes to housing plans in villages

Questions over changes to development plans

Planners proposing new housing developments in a string of villages across Barnsley have been questioned about why some previously dismissed as unsuitable are now included while a prime contender on an earlier assessment has now been ruled out.

Fine: Barnsley Council could face a bill over data blunder

Council braced for fine over data blunder

Thirty two data protection breaches have been discovered at Barnsley Council in the space of three months with the authority now waiting to be told whether it will face a fine over one “significant” incident.

Planning consent: Councillors have allowed two housing projects to proceed

Green light for two housing schemes

A former builder’s workshop can be converted into a block of bedsits, planners have decided, though they had to make a site visit before offering approval because of concerns over car parking.

Barnsley's Liam Lindsay

Barnsley have belief they will beat the drop

Defender Liam Lindsay insists Barnsley’s fate is firmly in their own hands.

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Tribute: Coun Margaret Sheard worked for 18 months on this monument to Barnsley's glass industry

Monument to Barnsley's glass industry completed after 18 months

An eighteen month project to create a striking monument which recognisesBarnsley’s overlooked glassmaking industry has been completed by a councillor.
Barnsley Council will offer new support deal to care leavers in future

New help for care leavers in Barnsley

Young adults leaving council care in Barnsley have a new set of guidelines about what they can expect from the local authority which has acted as their ‘parent’ as they make progress in the adult world.

Development: Councillors have approved recycling firm's plans

Recycling firm's development approved

A recycling firm which performs a role done by only four companies in the country has been given permission to construct a new building on its Barnsley site.

Regeneration: Planning permission granted for future of pit sites

Housing plans for former pit sites

Two former Barnsley colliery sites could make way for housing as a result of decisions taken by planners at the same meeting.

Desperate: Barnsley Council accused over its plans for new jobs

'Desperation' accusation over council's job creation plans

Job creation experts in Barnsley have been accused of “desperation” by the Campaign to Protect Rural England after redrawing a projection which would see more than half new employment created in the land-hungry logistics and warehousing sector in the years ahead.

Too fast? Councillors want Penistone's 30mph speed limit cut to 20.

Go slow over plans for reduced town centre speed limit

Work to get a 20 miles per hour zone introduced in a Pennine market town has been going on for around three years with so little progress councillors have now been in contact with the local authority’s chief executive about the way its highways department operates.

Oli McBurnie

Barnsley: McBurnie’s frustration at more dropped points

Super striker Oli McBurnie has revealed the Barnsley players were frustrated after their disappointing draw with Bolton.

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Muffled: Noise from shotguns causes no disturbance for nearby residents, consultants report.

Noise from clay pigeon shoot too low to be heard nearby, consultants insist

Consultants called in to check noise levels from a clay pigeon shoot as part of a planning application were unable to provide accurate feedback on the impact of gunshots on nearby residents - because they were too quiet to be heard above other background disturbance like traffic, a report to Barnsley Council states.

Steven Norton

Police growing 'increasingly concerned' for missing South Yorkshire man

Police are appealing for information about the whereabouts of a missing Barnsley man.
Jack Russell, Peggy, with a member of the Barnsley East NHP. Picture:@BarnsleyEastNHP

Three-legged dog reunited with owner in South Yorkshire

South Yorkshire Police officers have helped reunite a three-legged dog with its owner.
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