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“Limo Dream” 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
“ Serious Shooter” 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 ‘Smiler’ 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
Mark Dobson with his son Sam who Had meningitis as a baby
A visual of what the finished public art could look like.
MESS: The last spate of tipping at Cronkhill Bridge.
&ldquo;Left out&rdquo; Vicky Tingle and her daughter Ava who has missed out on her first choice of school
Schools and communities can now apply for tree packs for autumn 2016
living with cancer and beyond nurse lisa sanderson proves there&rsquo;s life after cancer
Adrian Bailey BPL&rsquo;s head of finance and systems; Glenn Tolan BPL&rsquo;s head of operations; Darren Hayes WPCHH&rsquo;s business development manager; Samantha Kennedy WPHCC&rsquo;s director; Tim Wilson BPL&rsquo;s chief executive officer and Steve R
SUCCESS: Jamie Pearson and Colin Dobson.
&ldquo;Making Woopee&rdquo; Singer, actor and self confessed diva Janine Dyer has stepped in to save the day for the latest lamproom production
The Barley Sheaf pub, on Aldham House Lane, Wombwell.
Mary lipscome who is allergic to sunshine
&ldquo;LUCKY GIRL&rdquo; eleven year old Shannon Townend  who despite having a broken leg and cuts and brusin to her face is lucky to be alive
UNCERTAIN FUTURE: The pub in Brierley which is still up for sale.
LONG JOURNEY: Charity worker Paul Hume with Royston&rsquo;s Bob Woodcock, who has announced his latest fundraising attempt.
Mayor coun Brian Mathers (centre), John Daley (South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue team leader) (left) and chief fire officer James Courtney are shown with students who passed the South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Princes Trust Team Programme. The students who are
Highgate Nursing Home staff member Susannah McCormick with resident Irene Clarke (93) and the organ. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079386
Care home needs organ player By Katia Harston
Singer Carl Pickering. Picture: Wes Hobson.  PD079393.
MP for Barnsley East Micheal Dugher takes time out to talk and show support to the junior soldiers who have been working on the Elsecar Heritage Railway track this weekend
Radio DJ Stephanie Hirst, who will once again present this year&rsquo;s Proud of Barnsley awards ceremony with former BBC Look North presenter Christa Ackroyd.
Ruth Cocker, who died following a crash in Sheffield Road, Hoyland Common.
Kostal UK. Picture: Wes Hobson.  PD079424.
Manager David Broadhead outside 10 Downing St
Sybil and Lorraine Davey. Picture: Wes Hobson.  PD079431.
Joan Woodhouse
James Logan explains to Lord Lieutenant of South Yorkshire Andrew Coombe how the Made in Barnsley Programme will work.
The May Day Green market.
Barnsley Antiques Centre owner Rachel Archer with BBC Antique Road Trip presenter Paul Laidlaw and cameraman Matt Jackson. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079425
Brian Smailes setting off on his fundraising walk
Beth Wilkinson (16) and Maisie Graham (15). Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079419
David Dand, Stephen Eyre and Roger Moss have quite a ride ahead of them
Joe Guest and the injury he sustained during the assault.
Trish Hall with her son Daniel Binney
Barnsley College LBGTQ Society
The Dearne Valley Park crew - Phil Hollingsworth, Wendy Lowder, Caroline Thorogood, Rob Stoneman, Jeff Lunn, Nic Scothern, Russ boland and Peter Wall. Picture: Wes Hobson.  PD079433.
Photo credit: Steve Cooper. Dancer Eden Coles, who has made it through to the UK Dance Master finals.
Mapplewell Wellgate Primary School pupils Chloe Mercer (9), Amelia Race (10), Niamh Walls (10), Joshua Firth (10), Finlay Wadsworth (10) and Regan Pattinson (10) with year 5 teacher Becky Day ready for their run. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079439
Barnsley Hospice chief exec Julie Ferry is shown seated with Barnsley & District Parkinsons UK chairman Philip Thompson. Also shown are (back row left to right) John Pitt (hospice), Parkinsons George Spencer, Susan Grant, Sharon Gray, Doris Wragg, Rona Th
Dave Cross with his Barnsley FC graffiti mural. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079428
HOW IT ONCE LOOKED - The canal photographed a few years ago when flooded.
TRAGIC: Eighteen-month-old Mia before the deadly disease struck.
Aquaforce manager Craig Elliott.
Dai Bradley as Billy Casper with his kestrel in the film Kes.
Susan Barnes and her doggy tennis balls. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079423
The Hourbank Group gather - Gill Richmond, Tony Radford, Christine Holmes, Tanya Bourdon, Alison Sykes, Emma Bourdon, Pat Wardle and Kevin Davies. Picture: Wes Hobson. PD079360.
Mark (right) in Sri Lanka.
Barry Hines funeral at Tankersley St Peters Church on Tuesday. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079355
CCTV: A new system has been installed in the fight against antisocial youths.
Marathon man Dan Williams with his son Alfie.
Market Gate car park
The Business students with Toby Pochron (seated in centre)
Aalish in hospital.
Shaun Pursley (left) and Sean Smith (right) of Nationwide Electrical Ltd.
Kai Frostick. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079380
The latest visualf or the cinema which would front the new public square.
Kaylee Schofield and Rose Dyson founders and managing directors of Pura Cosmetics
David and Caroline Andrews. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079292
The keyring found outside Barnsley Hospital. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079359
GB Gymnastics coach Beth Miller centre with her team Olivia Proctor and Jessica Gledhill
Charlotte Sobota. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079361
Katherine Kelly
Marathon runner Dave Allemby with Tescos staff (from left) Lisa Hammond, Elizabeth Etherington and Wendy Watson. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079366
London House&rsquo;s head chef George Lyon.
Donor Christopher Lunn. Picture: Wes hobson.  PD079368.
The Duke of Wellington Redcoats are going to be special wedding guests at Cannon Hall
Beckie Wrend, Leah Washington and Jonathan Hall. Picture: Wes Hobson.  PD079379.
Lets Go Potty manager Gemma Thickett outside the shop, which was broken into twice in the space of a week.
Jayne Addy
A close shave...Colin and Brooke Toner. Picture: Wes Hobson.  PD079375.
Barnsley&rsquo;s Lee Batty, the producer of the Olivier Awards.
Jill Coates-Mallinder and her son, Ryan.
Garry Lowe and &lsquo;Kes&rsquo;.
Steve Selby and Dianne Russell at the deadly crossroads in Notton village. Picture: Wes Hobson.  PD079198.
Team: Husband Craig Senior and wife Laura Senior.
Two-year-old meningitis survivor Coby Knighton at parents Michaela and Peter&rsquo;s wedding.
PROFESSIONAL: Some of the budding entrepreneurs who took part in the marketing competition. Picture: Barnsley Council.
UGANDA TRIP: Willem Von Herp returns from his dental mission.
BRIGHT FUTURE: The Victorian Arcade in March 2016. Picture: Katia Harston.
Celebrating their 10th anniversary at the Worsbrough Sports and Development Centre last Monday lunchtime are the cheerful souls from the &lsquo;Hearts of Oak&rsquo; group. Picture: Wes Hobson.  PD079122.
INTRICATE: Plans show what the finished signs may look like.
Not to be messed with - robbed Tracy Andrews. Picture: Wes Hobson.  PD079301.
Ian and Racheal with former art teacher Tony Hill, their children and Worsbrough couns John Clarke and Wayne Johnson.
&ldquo;Stalled of Waiting&rdquo;  Campaigner Les Holt  with his empty stall in barnsley market
Katie Lee. Picture: Wes Hobson.  PD079254.
Chief Fire Officer Peter Dartford, Leah Washington, Joe Pugh, fundraising manager for Midlands Air Ambulance, Jo Bailey and Midlands Air Ambulance&rsquo;s Dr Ben Clark.
David Padgett from hoyland Has found new friends at his first date with the Home Instead senior Care Monthly tea and dance held at the Holliday inn Dodworth, pictured with Dave are Jill Evans, Barbara Lee,Sue Howsley along with John Walker President of th
&ldquo; Just a Snip&rdquo; Be Premiere owner Tom Pascall,and Stylist Holly Butcher get to work on 18 year old Emily Penaluna&rsquo;s  luscious locks
Tom Briggs in the Remington advert.
Actor lands advert role 1 By Lynsey Bradford
&ldquo;Well I&rsquo;ll be Hammed&rdquo; Jane Walton&rsquo;s granddads  amateur radio call sign card turned up from america 75 years after it was sent
WEST END GIRLS: Rosie Heath, Joanna Woodward, Tanisha L Spring and Danielle Steers, who will be appearing in Barnsley this month.
ONE FOOT IN THE PUB: Richard WIlson, Gary Hunt and Sir Ian McKellen.
Author Nick Holland. Picture: Wes Hobson.  PD079294.
Jessica Raine, who plays Annie Quaintain. Picture: ITV Pictures.
James Martin. Picture: Getty Images.
Brian Blessed
L-R: Paul Bentley, Samuel Bentley, Matthew Thompson, Mark Thompson and Andrew Sagar.
Sophia Steinsberg, Elsie Hargate and Scott Wilson.
The photos sent to Chris by his friend. This shows Himmler&rsquo;s death mask.
Vandalised bus stops on Huddersfield Rd. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079241
Vandals smash bus shelters By Lynsey Bradford
Latest graffiti work by Dave Cross at The Bush, Kingstone. Picture: Scott Bairstow PD079174
Dr Joann Fletcher
Bus passenger numbers fall 6 By Gail Robinson
Gangs target buses 1 By Katia Harston
Smoking figures revealed 2 By Lynsey Bradford
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