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BARNSLEY HOSPITAL NHS TRUST

Barnsley Hospital is in the South Yorkshire town of Barnsley. Barnsley Hospital is one of the UK's most prestigious NHS trusts. This 450-bed associate teaching and research hospital associated with the University of Sheffield provides a variety of high-quality acute hospital services. The hospital is well-known not only for its excellent performance, but also for its welcoming culture, first-rate environment, and convenient community location. 

 

The NHS Foundation Trust is a high-performing organisation that recently received a 'Good' rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and is making significant progress toward meeting their strategic objectives. They are particularly pleased with their employees' commitment to ensuring that this organisation, which is highly valued by our local communities, has a strong and sustainable future. 

 

When their cutting-edge Neonatal unit opened in 2018, it received praise from both families and the medical staff who work there. Its next major project will be to completely redesign the critical care provision, which will include the addition of a unit that will increase capacity while also improving the overall patient experience.

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KNOW THE LOCATION

Barnsley is a town in the county of South Yorkshire, England. It is 11.8 miles (19 kilometres) north of Sheffield and 14.5 miles (23 kilometres) west of Doncaster on the banks of the River Dearne. Barnsley is surrounded by several smaller settlements, which combine to form the Metropolitan Borough of Barnsley, the largest and most populous of which Barnsley is the largest and most populous. Barnsley, South Yorkshire, has a population of over 72,000 people.

Barnsley, historically part of Yorkshire's West Riding, is notable as a former industrial town whose industries included coal mining and glassmaking. Despite the decline of these industries in the twentieth century, Barnsley's local culture is deeply rooted in its industrial past. Barnsley has a long history of brass bands, which began as social clubs for the town's mining communities.

 

In recent years, many Barnsley residents have begun to refer to their city as "The Tarn." It is served by the Hallam and Penistone Lines railway stations, which are located in the town and are located between junctions 36 and 38 of the M1 motorway. The football club that represents the area is Barnsley F.C.

The Borough of Barnsley, the fourth largest settlement in South Yorkshire, had 91,297 people in the 2011 Census, compared to the larger borough's population of 246,866. 

Barnsley is best known for its coal mines, which are located nearby, in addition to its long history of glassmaking. Barnsley had 70 collieries within a 15-mile radius of the town centre when it was founded, but the last of these closed in 1994. Barnsley is still the headquarters of the National Union of Mineworkers.

Education

Barnsley has 55 nursery units for children aged three to four, which are attached to primary schools. 

Children between the ages of five and eleven are educated in 77 primary schools, 38 of which are academies. 

Education is provided for young people aged 11 to 18 by nine advanced learning centres, four of which are academies. 

Holy Trinity 3-16 Catholic and Church of England (VA) is an all-through school that accepts students from the ages of three to sixteen. 

Penistone Grammar ALC has a separate sixth form (11-18) 

Two special school academies and one alternative academy educate children aged three to nineteen who have significant and complex special educational needs.

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Transport 

Bus: Barnsley Bus Partnership is dedicated to making travel in Barnsley more convenient.

The Barnsley Bus Partnership is a collaboration of the organisations that provide bus services in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. 

If you travel by bus with more than one operator, you may want to consider purchasing a BConnect ticket. Regardless of which bus company operates the service in Barnsley, it can be used on any bus* in the city. This means that you will have a greater selection of buses to choose from as well as more affordable travel.

*BConnect Day; BConnect 7 Day; BConnect 28 Day; BConnect 30 Day

What is the benefit to you?

  • A more straightforward bus network that is easier to understand Coordinated timetables

  • A great value ticket range for travel on any bus in Barnsley

  • More frequent services on many routes

  • A more straightforward bus network that is easier to understand

  • Who are the members of the Barnsley Bus Partnership?

  • Among the organisations represented are Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council and Stagecoach Yorkshire.

  • Among the companies that provide passenger transportation services in South Yorkshire are Waterson’s Coaches and Globe Coaches.

 

Rail: Northern Railway trains primarily serve Barnsley train station, according to the company. Routes from Huddersfield to Barnsley (50 minutes), Sheffield to Barnsley (24 minutes), Leeds to Barnsley (42 minutes), and Nottingham to Barnsley (50 minutes) are among the most popular in the north (1h 24m). 

 

Barnsley Interchange is a combined rail and bus station in the heart of Barnsley, in the county of South Yorkshire. Barnsley Exchange railway station, which opened in 1850, is 16 miles (26 kilometres) north of Sheffield.

Leisure

Barnsley visitors will not be disappointed, thanks to the city's well-known attractions as well as some fantastic hidden gems. 

Barnsley's culture is rooted in the town's industrial heritage, which includes coal mining, glassmaking, and glass manufacturing. Barnsley's surrounding ancient villages, historic parkland, and proximity to the Peak District provide excellent opportunities to relax and reconnect with nature.

 

The area's numerous cultural attractions, which include stately homes, museums, theatres, ruins, and art galleries, to name a few, will delight visitors. Alternatively, spend a peaceful afternoon at Monk Bretton Priory, discover the extraordinary Yorkshire Sculpture Park, or stroll through Wentworth Castle's landscaped gardens. 

Barnsley's history can be traced all the way back to the Domesday Book, which mentions the town. If you want to learn about the town's history while having fun, the Elsecar Heritage Centre, Cannon Hall Museum, and Worsborough Mill are all excellent places to visit.

Barnsley town centre is densely packed with independent shops and high street stores, and it is also home to one of South Yorkshire's best markets, the Barnsley Farmers' Market. Visitors who venture further into the town's and surrounding villages' outskirts will discover hidden hamlets with excellent shopping opportunities, as well as farm shops stocked with exceptional locally produced foods.

Barnsley, famous for its markets, has a lot to offer foodies. Thanks to a diverse selection of farm shops and regular markets, visitors will be able to sample and purchase some of the area's excellent local produce. Barnsley's atmospheric country pubs with breathtaking views, tea rooms in historic buildings, and award-winning restaurants are just a few of the reasons why visitors keep returning. Throughout the year, Barnsley hosts a variety of exciting events, such as family-friendly fun days, craft fairs, vintage car rallies, and outdoor theatre performances. Barnsley visitors will be greeted warmly, will have fantastic experiences, and will leave with unforgettable memories.

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Why should you choose BARNSLEY HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST?

 

  • Free meals and parking

  • Wellbeing support and activities

  • The equivalent of 33 days annual leave – plus your birthday off!

  • Career development and training

  • Pension contribution

  • Life Assurance

  • Enhanced Maternity Package

  • Flexible working opportunities

There are also a range of other benefits including retail discounts and special offers, car leasing without a credit check and much more.

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