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Some of the articles in
Issue 59 - Autumn 2021
  • The Home Guard
  • Supporting the youth 1970s
  • Butlin's for Barnsley folk
  • Suba-Seal and Blue Danube
  • Memories of Shaw Lane cricket
  • Monk Bretton 'Castle'
  • George Raynor: The unsung hero
  • Keith Borrett, voice of Barnsley FC on match days
  • Girl Fridays 1976
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The Station Inn public house in Silkstone Common was formerly called the Junction Inn and was built by a Mr John Gaunt circa 1853, and actually preceded the village's railway station.
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