BARNSLEY Council has announced details of where to collect free face coverings.
The council has invested in 25,000 face masks as part of its ‘Be a Barnsley Superstar’ campaign, and some have been made by volunteers.
Coverings will be available in public buildings, through community and voluntary groups, at the crematorium, and areas involved in the night-time economy where people may need to use public transport.
The full list of locations where face coverings will be available until the end of the month is as follows:
Today, Monday July 20, 10am to 3pm, Roberts Street car park, Cudworth, S72 8UQ (Mobile Testing Unit)
Tuesday July 21, 10am to 3pm, Goldthorpe Library car park, Queen Street, Goldthorpe, S63 9ND (Mobile Testing Unit)
Wednesday July 22, 10am to 3pm, Royston Park, Midland Road entrance car park, St. Johns Walk, Royston, S71 4NE (Mobile Testing Unit)
Wednesday July 22, 10am to 12pm, Barnsley Market, May Day Green entrance
Thursday July 23, 10am to 3pm, West Street car park, Hoyland, S74 9AG (Mobile Testing Unit)
Thursday July 23, 10am to 12pm, Fountain Parade car park, Mapplewell, S75 6FWÂ
Friday July 24, 10am to 3pm, Wombwell Library car park, Station Road, Wombwell, S73 0BA (Mobile Testing Unit)
Friday JulyÂ 24, 10am to 12pm, Barnsley Market, May Day Green entrance
Tuesday July 28, 10am to 12pm, Goldthorpe Library entrance, Barnsley Road, S63 9NE
Wednesday July 29, 10am to 12pm, Barnsley Market, May Day Green entrance
Thursday July 30, 10am to 12pm, Penistone Market Barn entrance (Tesco side), Market Lane, S36 6TS
Friday July 31, 10am to 12pm, High Street, Wombwell (outside Wilko), S73 8AA
Friday July 31, 1pm to 3pm Barnsley Market, May Day Green entrance
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Where and when to pick up a free face mask
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