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Aspects of Barnsley 7 (Paperback)

Local History Yorkshire and Humberside Barnsley

By Brian Elliott
Imprint: Wharncliffe Books
Series: Aspects of...
Pages: 176
ISBN: 9781903425244
Published: 1st October 2002
Last Released: 1st August 2007

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The Aspects series takes the readers on a voyage of nostalgic discovery through their town, city or area. Following on from the success of Aspects of Barnsley 6, the series continues with Aspects of Barnsley 7. Brian Elliott offers the reader a chance to become re-acquainted with the forgotten by-ways of the social history in the Barnsley area.Aspects of Barnsley 7 contains a well researched and readable history from a variety of experienced and new authors. The topics include personal accounts of local businesses such as Needham Brothers and Station Taxis; Memories of a Barnsley Childhood by an American Resident; Excerpts from Royston School log Books; Johnny WestonÕs Monk Bretton; New Insight Concerning 2 Worsborough Collieries; Some Characters of Old Darfield; Postcards from Barnsley; and The Ancient Place-Names of the Barnsley Metropolitan Borough. All of these are captivated with fantastic illustrations, in Aspects of Barnsley 7.

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 Brian Elliott

About Brian Elliott

Brian Elliott was born in the village of Royston near Barnsley and spent his childhood in neighbouring pit village Carlton where his father worked as a miner. Leaving school early, Brian's first job was in professional football, then in local government before starting a career in teaching and Further Education. It was whilst at teacher-training college that he developed a passionate interest on local history, inspired by one of his tutors, who subsequently became a great friend, David Hey. Brian's B.Ed dissertation was on the Oaks Colliery, particularly the great disaster of 1866.

A freelance writer and editor for many years, Brian has published many books and articles on local and regional history, as well as initiating and developing series such as Aspects of Local History and Mining Heritage for the well-known Barnsley-based publisher Pen and Sword Books. He has also appeared on BBC Radio Sheffield on many occasions and has made contributions to BBC Radio 4, BBC and ITV local news programmes. He is a founder volunteer member and trustee of the recently opened Experience Barnsley people's museum and Discovery Centre.

Though now retired, Brian continues to research and write articles and books, for Pen and Sword and Script Media especially relating to coalmining history and has recently developed an interest in the remarkable contribution of miners during the Great War.

Before Brian's father died he recorded an interview with him as part of the research for the book Yorkshire Mining Veterans. This and many other interviews with former miners are deposited in the National Mining Museum for England's oral history archive.

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