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A police officer spots a laptop left on a car seat,
New B and M creates jobs By Alana Cannon
Racecommon Road 1975
Christopher Dutton
Lesley Batty
Sharp lines: A shopper walks past the Hoyland Lift Centre.
Tina and Kyle
The Royal Oak
Mandela Gardens drug swoop By Katia Harston
Bret Hart
Barnsley Churches Drugs Project, on John Street
Bobby Knutt and Fundraisers
Danielle Williams
Denise 70th Cake
Alan Bower
Alan beats the Tipping Point By Lynsey Bradford
Lauren Beverley
Jonathan Bennett
Barnsley Market
Steven Appleyard
Darfield All Saints Academy
Brampton Cortonwood Infants school
Jill Thompson with the memorial flowers left near her drive on Huddersfield Rd, Darton.
Tim Cheetham
The Deangate tea room
Helen Whitehouse
Goldthorpe Gala
Paul Hollywood
The 'superman' hero
Gemma Sykes and family
Mick Boaler
Back row, left to right: Shaune King, Kelly Dixon, Debbi Lamb, Dave Nightingale and Haley Bunney. Front row: Susan Bunney and Jack Wild.
Five women brave the shears By helen williams
Jake Bolessa
Adam Shaw
City Reach
Adele Jones Hairdressing Salon
Barnsley Hospital
Ken and Helen Wilby
Hannah Eatwell
Dancing On Ice
Sidcop Nursery
Jump Primary
David and Stella Milner
the Dummy Fairy
Dummy Fairy makes Barnsley Visit 1 By Lynsey Bradford
Cat Fraser
Silkstone Waggonway
The 53rd Barnsley Guides
What the changes in Barugh Green would mean
Horizon Community Choir
Protesters outside the station
SY Police.
Raymond and Lily Caton
Legal Highs
Elsecar Park
Dead dog horror for volunteers By helen williams
Lime Hair and Beauty salon
Beauty salon hosts charity day By helen williams
Missing: James Stephenson
Morgan Bailey
Shoppers waiting outside the Alhambra Centre
Barnsley Library
'New Schools Challenge' team visit
Children in Musaka in Uganda
Mike Tonra and Chris Booth
Marathon runner Kim Binns.
The artists impression of the proposed Houghton Main Renewable Energy Park
Milly Johnson
The Cooke family lived at Darley Cliffe when Brenda was in service
Pupils to pitch to Theo Paphitis
Alan and Jamie Shaw
Emma Phipps
Lily Cunliffe
ROAD safety is expected to improve now a new entrance to High View Primary Learning Centre
Coun Bruff with the replaced slide
Employers sign alcohol charter By Lynsey Bradford
Town centre mushroom to go 6 By Lynsey Bradford
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