We’ve been busy working with Age UK this Mental Health Awareness Week to provide residents at Saville Court with a planter full of bright and cheerful plants.
We’re pleased to support Mental Health Awareness Week (10 to 16 May), hosted by the Mental Health Foundation. This year the theme is Nature, which is so central to our psychological and emotional health, that it’s almost impossible to realise good mental health for all without a greater connection to the natural world.
We are currently experiencing delays with materials. We will still attend your repair visit however there may be a delay in sourcing materials so you may not have the repair completed on the first visit.
Firefighters across South Yorkshire are asking the public to help them crack down on deliberate fires across the county, by reporting incident details to a dedicated new fire line.
With the half-term holidays on the way, Barnsley Council’s Good Food Boxes are back to support families across Barnsley.
We’re not perfect so if we’ve let you down in any way then please tell us so we can put things right. Just give us a call or use one of our online forms.
With the weather getting warmer South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue want to remind everyone of the dangers of inland open water such as lakes, rivers, ponds, reservoirs, canals and balancing ponds.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our Tenant Voice Panel. If you have an interest in the ensuring that the tenants voice is heard in relation to the services you receive, then we have a seat waiting for you.
Barnsley Council Cabinet members will be asked to approve the replacement of 11 more petrol and diesel vehicles in the council’s fleet with ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) as part of Barnsley Council’s work to achieve carbon net-zero.
We have signed up to Harry’s Pledge as we know the vital role that carers carry out every day, providing love, care and support to people in our community.