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BIBLE APPEAL: Betty Fawcett aims to trace owners.
Union slams ASOS CCTV plans By Katia Harston
GRAND PLANS: Couns Caroline Makinson and Malcolm Clements at Monckton Coke Works.
Jack Mitchell. Picture: Wes Hobson. PD079749.
Destroyed: the air rifles confiscated in the Wathwood area.
“ Viral” Chris Rushforth and Carlos Wood. Chris was videoed superglueing his ears together and it went viral on Facebook.
Superglue lads go viral By Oliver Dyson
CLOSURE: Grimethorpe care home axed by Bupa.
Long-serving vicar passes away By Paul Whitehouse
Caroline Logan and Jo Larkin.
Silkstone-born racing driver Christian England, who is heading to Italy this weekend to compete in the European Le Mans series.
Barnsley coach Mark Burton
Megan Salisbury and her daughter Elora Dennan (3). Picture: Scott Bairstow Photography PD079768
Girl bitten by dog at funfair 9 By Katia Harston
“ Fit For Work? “ Kenny Bailey who has been told that despite no use in his left arm and traumatic skull deformation has been told he is fit for work and will be signed off
Ian McMillan
Dodworth St John’s School pupils Abigail Bennett (11) and Harry Booth (11) with football goals which were damaged in the vandalism. Picture: Scott Bairstow Photography PD079781
The house on Pogmoor Road which was damaged by a car which come off the road. Picture: Scott Bairstow Photography PD079769
Fr Stephen Race.
A model wearing Barnsley fashion student Courtney Simon’s Real Reflective Roots collection, which caught the eye of top fashion magazine Dazed.
Pastor Ian Newton with the church wall which has been painted in the special paint. Picture: Scott Bairstow Photography PD079774
Horizon Community College&rsquo;s girls cricket team at Lord&rsquo;s: Adrianna Darlow (captain), Ellie Williams, Emilia Rossi<br>Ellie Hawcroft, Darcy Hancock, Neve Stretton, Tiegan Bligh, Lucie Barlow, Imogen Butcher and Anika Hill.
The Loose Lips team. Picture: Neil Maydew, Ultimate Model Experience.
Joe Pugh & Leah Washington. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD077308
Leicester City&rsquo;s victory buses, which were &lsquo;wrapped&rsquo; by a Barnsley firm. The buses are green underneath TaylorMade signs&rsquo; work.
Penistone Grammar School headteacher Jo Higgins.
SPORTING SUCCESS: Some of ChurchfieldÕs athletes, whose work has bagged the Cudworth school a top award.
Fitness fanatics Mark and Kelly Harding who have launched their own range of healthy protein bars for  people on &lsquo;free from&rsquo; diets.
Mapplewell Manor 3d Poetry group, organised by Helen Smith Activity co-ordinator pictured with Doreen and Ken Swift, molly sheard, Eda Wilkinson, Doreen Hodgson, Joan French,Pauline Bygate, Marjorie Harley and Ella Herbert
Vera Mawby who along with her team have secured &pound;20,000 worth of funding for the Worsboro Common Community Club
Keith Boyall, Sam Silverwood, Jacky O'Dowd and Helen Hotchkiss.
FIRE DAMAGE: Kids&rsquo; play equipment to be removed after vandals strike in Grimethorpe.
CPOS: Beever Street, Goldthorpe
Kiera Clarke with her very special trike
College works.
Val dootson who has been bothered by a nuisance and bogus phone calls
Leanne Hunt, Martyn Wright, Steven Jackson, David Hague.
Andrew and Jenny Lockwood
Stewart and Ron at a ceremony to mark the launch of the video.
Police car on its roof down carlton hill
The Office Girls.
Matthew Kitchen Dunn with the dinosaur
&ldquo; Fit For Work? &ldquo; Kenny Bailey who has been told that despite no use in his left arm and traumatic skull deformation has been told he is fit for work and will be signed off
Marathon Man Ben Smith takes a well earned leg massage,from Racheal Dyke, after completing his 252nd, marathon&rsquo;s since starting last September aiming to do 401 in total and has already raised over &pound;100,000 of a target of over &pound;250,000
Lauren with her parents Katherine and Paul.
Coun Linda Burgess.
Lucy Armer who suffers from Coeliac
Paul Finney outside the new farm shop.
Venison farm opens new shop By Katia Harston
Nancy the Lamb with owner Tom Horsfield
Craig and Claire Nettleship with son Kobe
PC Craig Sumpter.
Ben Dockerill (Lead Nurse on the Neonatal Unit), Dan Jarvis MP, Michael Dugher MP, Justin Madders MP and Beth Kaminski (Fundraising Co-ordinator)
MINDLESS&rsquo;: Pinfold Pumas&rsquo; John Neville and Jason Stokes with the damaged container.
FOUND: Steve Dobson, who played the lead role in One Breath.
It&rsquo;s a family affair in the Lamproom&rsquo;s Sister Act. Back row left to right: Chris Prew, Sally Howe, Julie Foster, Gary Burgin and Martyn Lees. Middle row - Wendy Prew, Marlene Wood, Lesley Lees. Front row - Katie Burgin, Emily Kendall, Lisa Ken
&ldquo; Raw Deal&rdquo; Michelle Willey of Ollerton Road Athersley North with part of her garden over run with raw sewage from blocked man hole that unloaded its contents
Jenny Freeborough and Ashleigh Shotton are pictured with the New Goldthorpe Symbol of Change Flag along with representatives from local business's Rubie Hair, j J Chippy, Young Un&rsquo;s Baby wear, Bramley Independent Funeral Directors and Andy&rsquo;s N
Barnsley College&rsquo;s Rubina Rashid receives the award from Prince Andrew.
The vandalised trees in Wombwell Summer Lane park.
Westville fc en route to the new york stadium in style
Elsecar intent on real ale celebration&rsquo;s <br>&ldquo;stout beer for stout men&rdquo; and all are agreed, event organiser Andrew Taylor along with Les Key, Ian Walker and Ian Jewell
Beer festival proves popular By Gail Robinson
Dr Alan Billings has ben re-elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire.
 Wayne McKie, Russ Scott, Jyarl Forteen Oxley, and Peter Jenkins, AKA York Reinactment Society, with their Longship outside Barnsley Town Hall
Vikings invade Barnsley 1 By Katia Harston
&ldquo; Shed Load&rdquo; MP Dan Jarvis opens the new bike shed for shawlands school
&ldquo; Rubbish Problem&rdquo; Constant fly tipping is blighting a local beauty spot and causing headaches for local business Warwick Ward Britain biggest case Tractor parts dealer in Blackerhill pictured surveying the latest tip is Steve Collings op&rsqu
Kev williams who challenges anyone to beat him at table tennis
Danny Phillis together with son&rsquo;s joe and jake are the new sponsors of josh whale
Museum and heritage project manager John Tanner and Nigel Tyas (right) with one of the restored cannons.
&ldquo; Health Check&rdquo; Shadow Health Minister Justin Madders called in to see the management and staff at Lo&rsquo;s Chemist Grimethorpe also pictured are  Micheal Dugher MP, Paul Mason, Steve Lo, Angela Hey, cllr Dorothy Higginbothom and cllr Allan
John Adams has been shortlisted in the  blogging awards
Arthur Scargill.
&ldquo; On the Mend &rdquo; Bev Slater and Gordon Lunn Still tidying up after mindless youth&rsquo;s ruined the poly-tunnel causing over &pound;500 worth of damage
Gabby Harling flies the flag for England at the World dance cup
Sybil and Lorraine Davey. Picture: Wes Hobson.  PD079431.
Kevin and Nora Eastwood, who spent &pound;50 on plants for a grass verge outside their home which vandals have now destroyed with weed killer.
&ldquo;Owl to it&rdquo; Deanni Rayner with her European eagle owl who nearly lost an eye while having her picture taken
An artist&rsquo;s impression of the new cinema at the Alhambra.
Dramatise Theatre School&rsquo;s Michelle Ruse, who is working with ITV to organise Barnsley heats for the new season of The Voice UK.
BIG PLANS: John Hardman and Simon Milnes from the steering group at the derelict hall.
fifty years of pulling all the stops wath all saints organist &ldquo; John Smalley has the certificates to prove it
Bill Bottomley
&ldquo;Tea for Three&rdquo; singer Debbie Angel was invited to the mayors parlour for tea and to discuss the choir along with the mayor elect Cllr Linda burgess
MOVING THE GOALPOSTS:  Local company Premier Engineering has stepped in to save the day when The GreenÕs goalposts were stolen.
Garry Adron with with Mr Jeremy Burton, Honorary Consul for France
DVLP Community Officer Stephen Miller.
Ward green primary school pupils have been researching Dickie Birds autobiography pictured with dickie and his most recent birthday card from the queen are pupils Dimitris, Elody, Charlie, Caitlin, Luke and Liam
Owen Gleadall
&ldquo;Schools miss piggy&rdquo;  pupils at st. johns were treat to sup prise when two Gloucester old spots were brought to school
Brothers Robert, David and Richard Nicholson, who run award-winning attraction Cannon Hall Farm, Cawthorne, are supporting Yorkshire Cancer Research with a new family fun run featuring Sir Michael Parkinson.
Parky to host fun run By Katia Harston
&ldquo;Limo Dream&rdquo; Daniel Booth treats his friends to a fantastic limo drive pictured are Poppy Cowan, Ellis Fiderman, Katie Booth,Daniel Booth, Phoebe Caves, Mathew Shirt and McKenzie Cowan
&ldquo; Serious Shooter&rdquo; Ex Military Police and New gun range owner Glen Smith looks forward to opening his  range in barnsley
Tanzania Bound Sofia Brunsdon who is launching her appeal
Colin Beech pictured on his land adjacent to the historic Worsbrough Hall.
Damage caused to the &lsquo;Smiler&rsquo; carriage, courtesy of HSL (Health and Safety Laboratory).
Young at Heart members.
front row left to right<br>Lucy Riddiough age 17<br>Beth Horbury age 23<br>Jacqui Robbs age 57<br>Rachel Dickinson age 31<br>Kieron Talbot age 28<br>Tesco staff who took part in a charity sky dive<br>back row left to right<br>Dean Walker age 36<br>Andi Ba
&ldquo;Road Rage your never to old to be a victim of road rage says 78 year old Harold Walton with his damaged car
Seb Shaw is running in memory of Barry Hines
The plan for the new memorial garden
The photograph of Joan Woodhouse which appeared in the Chronicle.
Ò Advantage MurphyÓ Chris Day from Barnsley Lawn Tennis Association Served up another volley of new balls for murphyÕs memory
Preview of new cooper art gallery extension
&ldquo; Wright Proposal&rdquo; Thomas Wright and Claudia Freeman. Thomas proposed to her before Sunday night's big game.
&ldquo;Beastly Escape&rdquo; Charlotte Higginbottom with Frank the Pug-Spitz cross dog who came close to being attacked by what is believed to be an Escaped eagle owl
Tom Smith from Steal The City who played at the gig. Picture: Barry Brown.
&ldquo; Best Beer&rdquo; Barnsley branch of Camra have voted The Crown Inn  Elsecar there pub of the year pictured are co-owners Stuart and Tina Wood along with daughter Sarah Fabricius
Dean Ingram wants to thank his rescuers<br>
&ldquo; Lost and Found&rdquo; Julian Walshaw who lost a sentimental wedding
MOUNTING COMPLAINTS: Jim Logan (right), chair of the Barnsley Healthcare Federation.
Susan Richards-Vardy and her music teacher dad Jack Richards
Pictured is Kate Liddall, senior licensing officer at Barnsley Council, taxi driver Des Beevers and Kerry Tate, team leader at Sheffield Futures.
Luke Binney with the trophy
Graham shows off The Oaks Memorial  to Barnsley Mayor Brian Mathers who recently visited his studio.
Radio presenter Steph Hirst among the stock at the warehouse.
Brian Smailes has already walked from Land&rsquo;s End to Scotland and is still heading North
 Daryl Greensill, Ashley Sherwood, Ceirion Wheatman and Shaun Bellis.
girl power keeping fit at mapplewell project fit body gym
&ldquo;Catherine the great&rdquo; Catherine woods is on the lookout for original cast members of the play which was filmed 16 years ago and is now to be premiered
the first beams that will make up the floor of the new May Day Green Market have been put into place
 Diane Edwards (head of nursing; Barnsley hospital), Anne Simmons (services manager; Alzheimer&rsquo;s Society), Michael Dugher MP and Victoria Faxon-Wastnage (dementia nurse specialist; Barnsley hospital).
Zumbathon organiser Tim Steele&rsquo;s sister Amanda with his nephew Roman, who received care in Bluebell Wood&rsquo;s forget me not suite.
&ldquo;Dukes delight&rdquo; Sara Headley owner of sara&rsquo;s flowers and teas is pictured along with her staff Katy Hodgkinson and Claire reed
New Hoyland market delayed 1 By Paul Whitehouse
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