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Some of the articles in
Issue 46 - SUMMER 2018 ISSUE
  • Remembering 1967
  • Memories of Oakwell
  • Death by hanging
  • Trendy teaching in 1900s Low Valley
  • Celebrating 5 years of Experience Barnsley
  • Gem from Archives
  • 1970s fashion in Barnsley
  • The Good and the Bad
  • Teenage kicks in the 1950s
  • A childhood around town 1950s
  • Girl Fridays 1974
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.

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The obelisk at the southern end of Birdwell was constructed in 1775 to mark the three-mile distance to Wentworth Castle at Stainborough. The obelisk was struck by lightening on 6 June 1906 but remains in its place today.
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