If your family receives free school meals, you can complete an online form on the Barnsley Council website to receive a £15 payment per child to provide support for food over the half term holidays.
This year will be a very different Halloween for everyone, but that doesn’t mean we can’t #CovidSafeCelebrate.
Barnsley Council is launching an engagement campaign to find out how the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has impacted the daily lives of its residents.
Barnsley is to move into the Very High category under the government’s new Coronavirus (COVID-19) tier system. The restrictions will come into force from 00:01 on Saturday 24 October and cover all four local authority areas in South Yorkshire – Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield.
Every day we have conversations with our families and friends, and more often than not, we will discuss Coronavirus (COVID-19) with it being at the forefront of our minds.
Berneslai Homes Board members are company directors and are responsible for: ensuring we achieve our core objectives; providing strategic leadership and challenge; ensuring sound financial management of the company; the performance of the company; the health and safety of our staff and customers; setting the policies and operational framework for the company; and giving direction… Read more »
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement yesterday, Barnsley is now in the ‘high’ tier for COVID-19. You might be thinking, what does this mean?
Message from Cllr Sir Steve Houghton CBE, Leader of Barnsley Council and Chair of the Barnsley Outbreak Control Engagement Board.
In support of #WorldMentalHealthDay (10 October) we will be raising awareness of mental health issues and the importance of getting the right help and support.
We’re pleased to support #HousingDay on 7th October, the 24-hour social media event to celebrate the positive impact of social housing on millions of tenants and ensuring their voices are heard.