Welcome to the Brierley Village Web site

Pronounced as "bry"-"early"

Introducing the work of Brierley and its people in photographs (Baipip)

Brierley is a small village near Barnsley in South Yorkshire England

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Signpost David Nicoll
A postcard from Brierley 2 David Nicoll - Elms Farm postcard dated 1906
A postcard from Brierley David Nicoll
Those were the days Enjoy Kathy Scott's (nee Perry) look back to our younger days
Dog Show 2009 Photographs from Alan Hampson regarding the 2009 Town Council dog show
Brierley Colliery Memorabilia David Nicoll
An email received Edmund Redmile
Transferring coal from Brierley Colliery David Nicoll
Flash floods Flash floods in Grimethorpe taken by Alan Hampson in June 2007
The Kerr Family once of Brierley Read all about the Kerr family once of Brierley David Nicoll
Setting up home in 1919 Norman Dyson married Mary Dawson in 1919 and moved into 4 Clifton Villas Brierley. Here is a copy of the list they made out for their new home
"Intercepted at sea" Book Finally Published by Brierley Royal Navy Comrades Leslie Howson and John Nixon
Brian Bower Merry Christmas photograph
Mothers Apple Pie The true story of Alan Nixon's experiences as a Japanese prisoner of war
Ernest Blenkinsop Ernest Blenkinsop of Brierley Colliery & England
Alex Vodden Poems by our local councillor
Alan Sheard Poems by the "Miner"