Welcome to the Barnsley District web pages. Use the contact information on this page to get in touch about casework, local meetings and training, annual conference and other issues.
Other ways to find support
For casework matters please follow the steps below:
- First go the NEU website and see if the Covid Advice sections answer your questions.
- If you need other/ further advice that is linked to local matters, search this website and look at the available information for answers.
- If your matter is a general enquiry, please contact the advice line using the email address below for guidance.
- The next step would be to contact your school rep if you have one in your school or education setting.
- The final step is to contact the District and Branch Secretary Ayesha Baggley using the email email@example.com for casework enquiries.
ADVICE LINE CHANGES
Due to current events, the NEU will now provide all employment advice by email only. If your query is not addressed in the coronavirus or advice section of our website, you can contact us via the form below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your regional NEU office is Yorkshire and Humber Region. Call 01302 342448
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