Do you know of important and cherished buildings, monuments and structures in Barnsley that are not protected?
‘Local Listing’ can help give them some protection against demolition, removal or harmful modification. [Only those of national significance can have statutory listed building status.]
There’s a talk on 1st December to tell us about how we can protect Barnsley’s heritage through ‘Local Listing’.
It’s by Sarah Cattell from South Yorkshire Archaeological Service; Sarah is leading the South Yorkshire Heritage Listing Project.
The project is anxious to use the local knowledge of societies like the BCT to identify the buildings and built structures that we think ought to be listed.
All are welcome whether or not you are BCT members. The talk is at 7.00pm on Wednesday 1st December at the Masonic Hall in Cockerham Lane, off Huddersfield Road, Barnsley S75 1AT.