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2 Military MBE for MP Dan PRINCE Charles has for the first time awarded a military honour to a serving MP. Dan Jarvis was appointed an MBE for his military service in Afghanistan at Buckingham Palace. The former parachute regiment captain devised a technique for identifying hidden explosive devices and designed a training programme for soldiers. It is credited with saving many lives. Speaking outside the palace, he said: “I feel extremely honoured and humbled to receive this accolade. “On a day like today, my thoughts are with the family and friends of the fallen. Great Britain is lucky to have the best armed forces in the world and I was proud to serve alongside some outstanding people.”

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INSPECTORS SCORE SCHOOL TOP MARKS BY KAYLEY WORSLEY ALMOST every aspect at Worsbrough Common Primary has improved, according to inspectors who rated it ‘outstanding.’ Headteacher Kate Davies has excellent leadership skills and infectious enthusiasm, says the Ofsted report. Inspector Rosemary Eaton said: “Because teaching is now outstanding, pupils’ progress has accelerated and is also outstanding.” Links with parents and carers are maintained in different ways, including ICT, and parents were able to see online a year four visit to the National Gallery. Mrs Eaton said: “The splendid curriculum provides many such memorable experiences for pupils.”

When children join the school their levels are well below those expected of their age but they make outstanding progress as they move up. Attainment in reading is strong but writing is comparatively weaker. “Often, pupils find it hard to express their ideas coherently when speaking, which means that they are not well prepared for writing them down,” said Mrs Eaton. A project in school is enabling children to have a voice about safety in their community and there is an excellent range of activities and experiences through lessons, visits and clubs. Attendance is above average and few pupils are persistently absent. Mrs Eaton said: “The curriculum is exciting and very successfully ‘hooks’ pupils, so they are involved and eager

learners. Video clips capture pupils’ attention and make sure they all have a common starting point on which to build learning, so none is disadvantaged.” All parents and carers said they were happy with the school, some describing it as ‘amazing’, ‘fantastic’ and ‘excellent’. Headteacher Kate Davies said: “We have worked relentlessly to ensure that teaching and learning is outstanding, developing innovative and creative uses of technology including the use of iPads and our blog.” Chairman of governors Peter Doyle said: “The school has done very well over the past two years and this is the icing on the cake.” He added that Mrs Davies was a ‘jewel in the crown’ of Barnsley education.

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COUNCILLOR SAYS HE WILL FIGHT TO SAVE CHOPPER BY ADAM CIVICO A councillor has promised legal action — including judicial review — against the government if it tries to ground the police helicopter. Members of the South Yorkshire Police Authority rejected plans to replace the chopper with regional cover at a meeting in September. But it has emerged the Home Office is considering overruling that decision and imposing the National Police Air Service on the force to save £600,000. That would mean the police helicopter is grounded and South Yorkshire would rely on cover from neighbouring areas. Coun John Parkinson, Barnsley’s representative on the authority, says he will not allow that to happen. He said the issue was raised at an authority meeting on Friday because minister for policing Nick Herbert has written to the authority. Coun Parkinson said: “I was very disappointed but not surprised to learn Nick Herbert wants South Yorkshire Police to rescind our decision to have our own helicopter, as we have had for many years. “Indeed he appears to be threatening that he will impose the recom-

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Introducing the Chronicle’s editor A JOURNALIST who started his career on the Barnsley Chronicle 23 years ago has returned to the paper as its editor. Andrew Harrod, 41, succeeds Robert Cockroft who has retired after 17 years in the Chronicle editor’s chair. He joined the paper as a trainee district reporter in 1988, launching the Hoyland edition. He also had spells as the reporter for the Dearne as well as crime correspondent. His news, feature and investigative reporting earned him several awards. He left after ten years to become news editor at the Grantham Journal in Lincolnshire and returned to Barnsley the following year to take on the role of Head of News. More recently, he has been group editor and director of content at the Script Media Group, a Barnsley-based publisher of specialist business-to-business magazines. Andrew, from Wombwell, said: “Returning to the Chronicle as editor has always been an ambition for me.

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TV RETAIL EXPERT IMPRESSED WITH BARNSLEY MARKET BY MIKE COTTON STAR of TV show Mary Queen of Shops Mary Portas says Barnsley has the most exciting market in the country. The retail expert was speaking in her role as a government advisor and has published a report on how to help town centres to flourish. She has toured the country seeking evidence for her report and said it was a myth that only ‘posh, thriving areas’ can have a successful high street. She said: “That’s ridiculous. The most exciting market I saw was in Barnsley, £10 (to rent) a table and get out there.” She said the high street was generally outdated and said there should be other things like gyms and crèches to bring people into town. But she also said markets still had an important role to play and called for a ‘national market day’ and relaxing rules to make it easier for

Retail guru: Mary Portas. people to open market stalls. Barnsley Council is in the process of buying land in the town centre for £10m, to allow the £100m redevelopment of a new market and revamped town centre.

The land belongs to defunct development agency Yorkshire Forward. The council was told months ago it would not be allowed to keep the land without paying for it when Yorkshire Forward closes, but recently it emerged Sheffield, and seven other cities, will be allowed the use of Yorkshire Forward assets for free. Michael Dugher, MP for Barnsley East, said it was a ‘betrayal of Barnsley’. Council leader Steve Houghton said: “Obviously we would have liked to get hold of that asset for free. But this doesn’t change anything as far as the markets are concerned. Everything is proceeding as planned.” The deal between the government and Barnsley Council is due to be completed in the new year. The government plans to make Sheffield a ‘Core City’ which is why it is being treated differently to Barnsley.

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Dodworth defeated despite good start In the genes: Kanyanat Kotkam in a fighting stance.

GIRL A NAT-URAL AT THAI BOXING THAI boxing seems to be in Kanyanat Kotkam’s blood. The 11-year-old was born in Thailand and lived there for seven years but never tried or saw any martial arts. She moved to Barnsley four years ago after her mother, Mun, married Monk Bretton man Andrew Jackson who had been teaching English in the Asian country. Kanyanat, who attends Holgate School and is mainly known as ‘Nat’, has shown great promise since taking up the sport six months ago. Chris Shimwell, the coach at Combat Academy in Wombwell, first met Nat when he came into Munjacks cafe in Barnsley town centre which is owned and run by Jackson, her adoptive father, and her mother. Shimwell encouraged her to come to his club and was immediately impressed. “There must be something in Nat’s genes which makes her good at Thai boxing because I have never seen a student learn so quickly,” said the coach. “She is absolutely fearless but very polite and gentle. “It is funny that a Thai person has to come to Barnsley to learn Thai boxing.”

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DODWORTH lost a 12-point lead as it went down 26-18 at home to Allerton Bywater. This left it second bottom in the Pennine League Division One. The only team below them is local rival Dearne Valley Bulldogs who was beaten 60-8 at home by Moorends. Dodworth had a fantastic start as tries in the first nine minutes from Clarke Dixon and Gary Sykes were converted by Greg Pygott. But a speculative kick from the visitors was completely misread by the home full-back and the ball bounced into the hands of an Allerton player for a easy score. Dodworth did hit back on 19 minutes when the referee’s man of the match Chris Thomas collected a fine long pass to score. Pygott again added the extras. But Dodworth made too many errors and Allerton showed a workman-like approach which saw them overtake the hosts. The opposition coach named Daniel Blanchard man of the match ahead of Jevon Hodgson and Pygott. Hoyland Vikings were awarded a 30-0 ‘walkover’ win when its opposition, Keighley, did not turn up.

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Penalty: Danny Drinkwater is tripped by Ipswich’s David Stockdale before he left the field with a thigh injury. Picture: Keith Turner

DRINKWATER MAY NEVER PLAY FOR THE REDS AGAIN DANNY Drinkwater may never play for Barnsley again after injury forced him to return to his parent club Manchester United. The midfielder, who has impressed during his three-month

spell at Oakwell, injured his thigh when playing against Ipswich and is expected to be out for around a month. He is unlikely to be fit before his loan spell ends on January 2 but the Reds are believed to be in negotiations with Manchester

Kickboxer Mick gets shock win in France DOUBLE British kickboxing champion Mick Crossland caused a huge upset when he defeated a French fighter who was being lined up for a shot at the World Amateur Title. Athersley man Crossland, 30, knocked previously unbeaten Yannick Tamas down six times before the fight was stopped in the third round in Angouleme, France. Crossland had not fought for a year but is now the number one contender for the Super Middleweight World title and hopes to face champion Odje Manda in Barnsley next year. “No one from Barnsley

Winner: Mick Crossland. has done anything like this since the days of the great Arthur O’Loughlin,” said coach Chris Shimwell. “Thousands flocked to see Arthur fight in the 70s and 80s. All our efforts are focused on making sure the fight happens.”

United to sign Drinkwater on loan again in the new year. The 21-year-old joined Barnsley in September and has played 16 times for the Reds, scoring once in the 5-3 loss to his former club Cardiff City.

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• Midwife is hospital's chief nurse • Retail guru full of praise for market • Kanyanat's a natural at Thai boxing

Barnsley Independent - 21st December 2011 (Week 51)  

• Midwife is hospital's chief nurse • Retail guru full of praise for market • Kanyanat's a natural at Thai boxing

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