What is DIAL?
Dial offer advice and information to adults and children with disabilities and/or long-term health problems. DIAL Barnsley aims to support and empower disabled people and carers, enabling a more improved and independent lifestyle.
DIAL Barnsley is a disability advice organisation operating in Barnsley. We strive to promote a positive image of disabled people and carers. Our work recognises that people are not all the same but all have a right to equal opportunities.
When are the information sessions?
We run the following outreach sessions in Barnsley (for residents of those areas only):
Lavendar Court, Kendray, S70 3FG : 9am - 11.30am
at Emmanuel Church, Huddersfield Road, S75 1DT : 9am - 1pm
at Wharncliffe Community Centre, Dodworth, S75 3QA : 1pm-4pm
Goldthorpe Library, S63 9NE : 9.30am - 12.30pm
Mapplewell Village Hall, S75 6AL 1st and 3rd of the month, 4.30pm - 7pm
Roundhouse Lifelong Learning Centre, Athersley, S71 3AE : 2.30pm 5pm
(2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month)
Lavendar Court, Kendray : 9am - 12pm
Mapplewell Village Hall, Darton Lane, S75 6AL : 1pm - 5pm
Worsborough Common Community Centre, Warren Quarry Lane, S70 4ND : 1pm-4pm
The Darton Centre, Huddersfield Road, S75 5NB : 9am - 1pm
Penistone Town Hall, S36 6DY : 9.30am-12.30pm
Goldthorpe Library : 1pm - 4pm
Royston Library, S71 4EP : 9.30am - 12.30pm
Roundhouse Lifelong Learning Centre : 9am - 1pm
Elm Court, Worsbrough Bridge, S70 5EB : 9am - 12pm
(1st and 3rd Friday of month,)
Maltas Court, Worsbrough Dale, S70 4QG : 9am -12pm
(2nd and 4th Friday of month)
Where can I find out more?
Click here to go to the DIAL website
Who to contact
Where to go
- Various locations
- Needs Level
- SEN Provision Type