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.

NEU Advice Line:  0345 811 8111.   Monday to Friday, 9am – 7pm.

If you require emotional support, contact: Education Support Partnership.

Tel: 08000 562 561   Text: 07909 341229


Your regional NEU office is Yorkshire and Humber Region. Call 01302 342448

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