We were delighted to recently donate nine old iPads to Barnsley Hospice.
Census 2021 will be key to making sure the big decisions on the future of our hospitals, schools, transport and other public services, following the pandemic and EU exit, are based on the best information possible.
Groundwork Yorkshire and Barnsley Council are teaming up to offer an online energy saving advice event to help local people stay warm and save money on bills.
We are recruiting to our Board a Independent Board Member and a Audit & Risk Committee Chair.
Our Housing Management Officers Trish Asquith and Lee Dickinson tell us why community testing is invaluable while working in the community.
Heartfelt words created by renowned Barnsley poet and broadcaster Ian McMillan will shine a message of love on Sunday 14 February.
Radicalisation is the process by which a person comes to support terrorism and extremist ideologies.
This week we are supporting National Apprenticeship Week (8 to 14 February) in celebration of apprenticeships across England.
Barnsley Council is investing £1.9m in more energy efficient council housing giving tenants cheaper fuel bills while helping reduce the town’s carbon footprint.
We’re temporarily changing our telephone opening hours to help us manage the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic. Opening for less hours will help us rearrange staff shifts so more staff can be at work when the phones are busier.