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10 Hospital ‘greenest’ in the UK BARNSLEY Hospital has come top of the Environment Agency’s carbon reduction league table. It was ranked number one for its energy efficiency out of 150 NHS organisations in the UK. Project boss John Rhodes said saving money, reducing wastage and cutting carbon emissions was an essential part of its management plan. “We are on course to reduce our emissions by ten per cent by 2015 which was pledged in the NHS Carbon Reduction Strategy,” he said. “Like many other NHS organisations we are improving energy efficiency and reducing carbon emissions. This will save us money, benefit our patients and improve our environmental performance.”

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BY ADAM CIVICO THOUSANDS are expected line the streets of town today and get in the festive spirit for the Christmas lights switch-on party. The illuminations will be switched on by Bob the Builder and Mayor Coun Karen Dyson followed by a firework display. Father Christmas will also be there and the countdown to the lights switch-on starts at about 6pm. Celebrations will start at 1.45pm when ‘Never Mind the Breeze Blocks’, featuring Bob the Builder and friends will perform. Other acts include Qdos Creates, Zumba Dancing and local singer Gemma Woods. There will be a Christmas party for youngsters at Escapade between 4.30pm and 8pm. Last year’s event was one of the biggest Barnsley has seen and the organisers, Barnsley Council’s events team, hope of a similar success tonight.

As well as entertainment visitors will be able to make the most of the annual Christkindlmarkt. It will be in town for five days from today featuring stalls from across the UK and Europe. Stalls will be trading until 7.30pm today. On Friday there will be a Christmas concert at the Metrodome featuring X-Factor finalists Kitty Brucknell and Lloyd Daniels. Irish pop act Boulevard, girl group Vida, Twenty Twenty and emerging talent Chelcee Grimes will also take to the stage. Elsewhere, council staff can go to watch X-Factor boy-band The Risk at their Christmas do at Escapade next month. Barnsley Guggen Music Festival, featuring the Frumptarn Guggen Band and friends, will perform on Saturday.

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Bear friends: Gawber Primary School pupils Millie Cooper, six, and Archie Cooper, six, took part in Children in Need on Friday.

‘BAD PARKERS ARE PUTTING LIVES AT RISK’ A PETITION has been started by residents who say their lives are at risk because of double parking on their street. The residents of Mount Vernon Road, Barnsley, say it is becoming clogged by visitors to the nearby hospital parking in front of their properties. The council painted double yellow lines along one side of the street about two years ago in response to the problem. But resident Maria Gibbs, who has started the petition, said it had not helped matters because they only cover a short stretch of road with houses on one side. She said: “All it’s done is cause another problem. Now everyone’s parking farther down and blocking our driveways so sometimes you can’t even get into your own drive – I’ve had to park way down the other end of the street before because of it.

“But it also means that, when it’s busy on Monday and Tuesday mornings, you’ve just got to edge out of your drive and hope for the best because your vision’s blocked by double parking.” She added there was ample parking past the hospital and down Pinfold Hill but that this was not being used because it would require an uphill walk. But a council spokesman said there was nothing else the authority could do to alleviate the problem. He said: “The double yellow lines are there to keep the road safe and clear for passing vehicles while acknowledging that hospital visitors require on-street parking – sometimes at very short notice. “The council has assessed the situation closely and, given the need to balance these two demands, believes there are no further traffic management measures that could be introduced at this location.”

Cremation metal raises £4,485 METAL from things like replacement hip and knee joints and coffin nails salvaged after cremation has been sold to raise money for charity. Stainless steel, titanium and cobalt chrome collected at Ardsley Crematorium with the permisison of relatives have raised £4,485. The money has gone to Barnsey Bereavement Support Group which does counselling.


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EXPORT SUCCESS FOR ROBOT FIRM BY IAN THOMPSON ROBOTS made in Barnsley have been exported to China, India, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania and Portugal. The machines, which coat parts of circuit boards to protect them from heat, moisture, erosion and other things which ruin them, are being produced by Advanced Coatings Robotics Ltd. The company was formed by SMS Automation between Carlton and Athersley and SCH Technologies, a coating firm off Summer

Lane, Barnsley. The robots are being used in the car and communications industries and for making solar powered street lights. SMS Automation managing director Gordon Watson, who is a shareholder in Advanced Coating Robotics with SCH Technologies boss Lee Hitchens, said the machines could be customised. Mr Watson said his firm was also building a robot to move batches of nuclear fuel at speeds of up to one-and-a-half metres a second with as much care as possible.

Agency has got grit and determination THE Highways Agency is said to be ‘more than ready’ for the coming winter. It has over 25,000 tonnes of salt and 37 gritters located across Yorkshire and Humberside. Sujad Hussain, service delivery manager at the Birdwell Highways Agency depot, said: “We’ve reviewed and tested plans from last year and made improvements where necessary.” Winter maintenance manager Kevin Hoare asked the public to be careful even when the roads have been gritted. I Video report at www.barnsley-chronicle.co.uk

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Plans to axe fire station slammed PLANS to close Royston fire station have been criticised as putting ‘economics above safety’. MP Dan Jarvis visited the station to discuss the implications. The retained fire station has been earmarked for closure as part of £10m savings planned by South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue. Fire-fighters said it was the third busiest retained pump in South Yorkshire and the figures used to justify its closure were not revelant as they were from 2008 to 2009.

People would have to rely on Cudworth station which is the second busiest in the county, they said, and would lead to increased response times. Royston watch manager Dave Wood said its closure could cost lives. “There is a reason we have the blue lights and sirens, everyone knows that every minute counts when getting to a fire. Those minutes mean lives.” I A public meeting will be held at Royston Civic Hall on December 7 at 7pm.

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DUO JOIN TEAM FOR DEMENTIA SUPPORT CHARITY TWO dementia support partnership. There are about 2,650 workers have started people with dementia in working in the Barnsley. Barnsley area. Laura Burns, of Mapplewell, and Linda Pike, of Gawber, have joined the Alzheimer’s Society. They are part of a team being recruited under the Tesco Charity of the Year

Cake topper: Showing her cake decorating skills at an adult education event at The Core, Barnsley, is Jane Roscoe from ‘Intermediary Sugar Crafts’ – at the same event Coun Linda Burgess handed out awards to winners in painting, cooking, textiles and photography.

Firm wheels in 800 old tyres for rebuild A FIRM run by two Barnsley men has used 800 recycled tyres to rebuild a golf club’s paths. KBI Installations has fitted a porous mixture of rubber and stone at Bloxwich Golf Club, near Walsall. The firm, which was founded by Grimethorpeborn Kevin Bagnall, 51, has used the material to

replace iron grids around the bases of 48 trees in Barnsley and Wombwell town centres. Sales director Graham Pell, 47, who grew up in Kendray, said the material could take the weight of 80-tonne vehicles. Mr Bagnall is a miner’s son and was formerly in the Royal Navy and a fireman.

Anne Simmons, a Barnsley Alzheimer’s Society spokesperson, said: “The partnership is fantastic news. It will give us the capacity to reach more people and support them.” Linda and Laura will lis-

ten, empathise and provide sense of humour to the families. Anybody living with

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CHEMISTS open for late night/ additional dispensing of medicines this week are: Lloyds Pharmacy: 32-34 Midland Street, Barnsley: Today and tomorrow 6pm to 8pm; Sunday 10am to 6pm and Monday to Thursday 6pm to 8pm. Asda Pharmacy: Tomorrow 7am to 10pm; Sunday 10am to 4pm; Monday 8am to 11pm and Tuesday to Friday 7am to 11pm. Tesco instore pharmacy, Wombwell Lane, Barnsley: Monday 8am to 10.30pm; Tuesday to Friday 6.30am to 10.30pm; Saturday 6.30am to 10pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm. Assura Pharmacy, 16 to 18 Market Street, Hoyland, Barnsley: Monday to Saturday 7am to 10pm; Sunday 10am to 8pm. Averroes Pharmacy, Garland House Surgery, 1 Church Street, Darfield, Barnsley: Monday to Saturday 7am to 10.30pm; Sunday 9am to 4pm. Police headquarters: 0114 220 2020. Hospital visiting: Barnsley Hospital: All wards daily from 3.30pm to 5pm and 6.30pm to 8pm. Open visiting is allowed on the children’s ward, but relatives must be accompanied by one of the child’s parents. Maternity ward visiting times are: partners, 10am to 8pm, siblings, 10am to 8pm, no other children under 14, other visitors 2pm to 5pm and 6.30pm to 8pm. Visiting at the intensive care unit is from noon to 2pm and 4pm to 8pm and at the coronary care unit from 10am to noon, 3pm to 5pm and 6pm to 8pm. Visiting at other times may be allowed at the discretion of the ward sister/charge nurse. Kendray Hospital: Open visiting. Oak well Centre, Kendray Hospital: Daily visiting, 5pm to 8pm. Mount Vernon Hospital: Daily 3pm to 4pm and 6pm to 8pm; weekends and bank holidays 2pm to 4pm and 6pm to 8pm. Telephone numbers for Barnsley hospitals: 730000. NHS Direct 24-hour health helpline: 0845 4647. Samaritans emotional crisis hotline: 202222. Domestic Violence Group helpline: 249800. Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis helpline: 298560. Barnsley +me positive about change, advice suppor t and counselling to those w ith HIV or AIDS or is a carer. Helpline: (Wednesday and Sunday 7pm to 10pm) 07543 442547, office 320148 or drop-in centre open 9am to 5pm Monday and Thursday. Tow n Hall: 770770.

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Show time: Hello Christmas stars Steve Anderson, Michael Wilkinson, Pat Baker, Sue Lindsay, Rachel Manley, Tracy Phillips, and Daphne Woffinden prepare for their Lamproom performance.

Panto boss needs Prince Charming to rescue show PRINCE Charming is needed to help rescue a pantomime director. Laura Davies, 24, Ravenfield Drive, Monk Bretton, is putting on Sleeping Beauty at Holiday Inn, Dodworth. But she has been let down by some cast members, include Prince Charming. She said: “We are looking for both male and female

actors, but we’re really trying to find a prince out there.” Laura launched an online fancy dress store, Copycat Costumes, two

months ago and this is one of her first contracts. She employs one person. Anyone interested email copycatcostumes@live.co.uk

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NAPPY ENDING FOR WINNING BABY ISLA BY KATE PICKLES IT’S easy as one, two, three... Here are this year’s winners of the Chronicle Baby of the Year 2011 competition. Adorable Isla Grace

The winner: Isla Grace Senior.

Senior smiled her way into the hearts of the judges who crowned her top baby. Mum Vicky Ledgeway, 27, of Chestnut Crescent, Kendray, said she was shocked to win amid such tough competition. “Obviously we think she’s

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lovely but we’re shocked to win,” she said. “She’s made up with cold at the moment and all stuffy but she’s still smiling.” The 16-week old won a host of prizes including a photograph session and 20x24 framed portrait from Stan Plus Stan Two Professional photographers, a £100 voucher for organic baby and children’s clothing label Green N i p p e r s (www.greennippers.co.uk. ) She will get a Mamas and Papas buggy from Barnsley Babyworld, Doncaster Road, a £100 ASDA voucher, £50 Mall gift card and a birthday party for 12 at Hullaballoos, North Sheffield’s leading indoor play area, High Green. Barnsley Premier Leisure has offered a block of eight swimming lessons. Her photograph will appear in the Chronicle in Champagne Occasions for every birthday up to the age of 18. Beautiful Sienna Sharp, of Poplar Grove, Lund-

wood, was runner up. Mum Bridget, 40, said Sienna, one was a ‘miracle baby’ after she was told she had less than a five per cent chance of conceiving naturally. “I had a big operation and had my fallopian tube removed, then they found a cyst on my ovary as well. “I was 39 and because of what I had been through the odds were really against me. “She’s just a lovely baby, always happy. She’s into everything now and climbing everywhere.” Cheeky Joe Winder, of Heathfields, Barnsley, took third prize and mum Jacqui, 38, said it was down to his happy character. “He’s always laughing and giggling, he’s a lovely boy who’s always copying his brother.” They will both receive a Green Nippers organic baby grow or outfit of their choice, a photograph session and a 5x7 portrait from Stan Plus Stan Two.


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LONG-SERVING TEACHER DIES, 51 A TEACHER who worked in a school for nearly 30 years has died, aged 51. Annette Crossland, of Cubley, died at Barnsley Hospital, following the death days earlier of the Kingstone School’s former headteacher David Richards. Mrs Crossland spent her

career at the school, starting at Broadway School which merged with Charter to form Kingstone in 1987. She remained employed by the school until her death, but had been on sickness leave in recent months. Paul Gallagher, joint headteacher at Kingstone,

said: “She was a wonderful ambassador for the school and for the profession.” She taught various subjects but mainly RE. For at least 16 years she had been a head of year, and was often called on to provide ‘pastoral’ support for children and their families. Annette Crossland.

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The Wellgate Primary pupil said: “I just want to make a difference to the world and make sure everything is fair for other people.” Mum Ellie, 38, said friends and family had all donated and Katie had raised about £300. She added: “She wanted to do something that was a challenge but was still achievable. We’re very proud of her.”

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JAMES HOPES TO BE PICK OF THE POOL JAMES Kirton knows there is plenty of competition in the Great Britain squad for the places at the London Olympics but says he will ‘race those guys into the ground if I have to.’ The Wombwell man represented Great Britain in the 2008 Beijing Olympics but has suffered a nightmare with injuries in the last few years and has undergone four career-saving operations. But at the age of 26, he is fully fit and participating in a gruelling 36 hours per week training routine with the City of Sheffield Swimming Club as he prepares for the British Olympic Trials at the Olympic pool in London from March 310. “I am feeling great and training is going really well,” said Kirton. “I just hope I can stay injury free and don’t jinx it. “When you have been doing this as long as I have you know what to do and what your body can take. “When I was younger I did stupid amounts of training and kept getting injured. “But now I know how to do what I call ‘training clever’. “I work on specific things that I need to improve rather than doing too much.” Kirton recently broke personal bests for ‘mid season’ racing in both the 100m and 200m breaststroke as he gained top 10 finishes in the FINA World Cup in Stockholm. He will continue to train hard until four weeks before the trials when he will slowly reduce the amount of work he does in order to be at ‘racing speed’ for the event. “There are about five or six guys going

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Olympic ambition: James Kirton. for the two breaststroke spots. “It is the deepest field in any swimming event in the British team. “I am confident that I can go to the trials and do my best. “I will race those guys into the ground if I have to. “I feel like I am in a better place now. I used to want to do well to prove myself to everyone else but now I want to prove myself to myself. “I have had four ‘career-ending’ operations and each time I have come back and kept swimming so I am not finished yet.” Kirton and the rest of the squad are at a training camp in Tenerife this week to ‘get away from the winter blues.’ He will enter as a guest in the Dutch trials in Eindhoven in order to get some competitive action before the British trials.

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