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Some of the articles in
Issue 35 - AUTUMN 2015
  • Shambles Street
  • 17th century farmer's house
  • Wartime Barnsley WW2
  • Lancaster Convalescent Home
  • Silk Embroidered Postcards
  • Photograph Competition
  • A morning walk early 1900s
  • Smithies Childhood part 3
  • Vauxhall Viva
  • Girl/Man Friday
  • Readers' Pages
Home Memories of Barnsley is a quarterly magazine which looks back over Barnsley’s past, filled with history, photos and stories of old Barnsley. With information researched from the Barnsley Chronicle and other sources, it recounts the events that shaped the lives of our ancestors.

You can subscribe to Memories of Barnsley by clicking the Subscribe link, and you can buy a full range of back issues from the Back Issues page.

You can also have your own memories of Barnsley published on the magazine's Readers' Page, along with any photographs you send in. Click on the Contribute link if you'd like to submit photos or write an article for the magazine; your photos will even be shown in our online Gallery.
At the mid-way point between Barnsley, Wakefield and Huddersfield sits High Hoyland, one of several local villages containing the name Hoyland meaning 'farm on a hill'.
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