Barnsley Chronicle

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Founded 1858
Language English
City Barnsley
Country UK

The Barnsley Chronicle, published in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, is one of the UK's oldest provincial newspapers and one of the few weeklies still in private ownership. It was launched in 1858 and celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2008.

Masthead of the Barnsley Chronicle, 1914, incorporating Penistone, Mexborough (Mexbro), Wath and Hoyland Journal

It incorporates the Penistone, Mexborough, Wath and Hoyland Journal.

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