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Some of the articles in
Issue 57 - SPRING 2021
  • Great canal burst at Barnsley 1911
  • Fever, isolation in Kendray Hospital
  • The Co-op celebrates its centenary
  • Murder at the fairground
  • Greenside Methodist Youth club 1960s
  • Barnsley for Bargains 1940s and 1950s
  • A Barnsley lass abroad: part three
  • One of 55,573 - Airman from Mapplewell
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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A view of the top of Spark Lane, Mapplewell, which was named after John Spark who in 1696 brought rod iron, used by nail makers, to the village from Rotherham and Wortley on pack mules.
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