The Barnsley Main Heritage Group has, for the last four years, aimed to make the Grade II-listed site off Oaks Lane a visitor attraction and educational resource.
The group of volunteers has worked with the council and other groups to transform the pithead and surrounding space, developing a pop-up museum and planning interactive resources and trails relaying the history of the site.
They’re now seeking the views of visitors to develop future ideas for projects.
The group said: “Volunteers have worked together over the last few years to preserve and enhance this key heritage site.
“We have seen a significant increase in activity on the site in both organised events and casual users.
“We are in the process of applying for grants to finish off the pop-up information centre and create a family trail.”
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