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White Label Dating® is the world’s leading online dating provider. We help media brands, affiliates and entrepreneurs effortlessly create their own online dating site or network. All images on this site are the copyright of Barnsley Chronicle.Their sale is restricted to private use and they may not be printed from the screen, copied, distributed, published or used for any commercial purpose without the written consent of Barnsley Chronicle.A further 30 local newspapers, spanning over 200 years, will be made more accessible on new microform scanners with large touchscreen monitors, making it easier to locate and view local news.In addition, Barnsley Archives is pleased to offer access to a further 260 newspapers from all over England, Wales and Scotland via a subscription to the online British Newspaper Archive.Based in the Discovery Centre, which sits alongside the Experience Barnsley Museum in the Town Hall, Barnsley Archives hope to attract lots of history seekers with its new resource.Newspapers are a fantastic tool for family and local history research and accessing Barnsley news from days gone by will be made that much easier with the launch of this new archive.
Call Barnsley Archives on 01226 773950 for more information or to book a visit.Containing digital versions of the long running Barnsley Chronicle, dating back to the foundation of the newspaper in 1858, the archive will mean that gone are the days of having to spend hours trawling through pages and pages of broadsheets.The digital newspapers can be keyword searched, allowing researchers to find references to ancestors, local places and events that otherwise they might not ever have found.Experience Barnsley Museum and Discovery Centre is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and part-financed by the European Union.Sir Nicholas Hewitt, Barnsley Chronicle Chairman and Managing Director, visited the Archives department today to browse through one of the huge 19th century original Chronicle volumes and see how its pages archived digitally.
These date back to the 18 century and make Barnsley Archives a useful venue for not only Barnsley researchers, but for anybody interested in British local or family history.