Jump, South Yorkshire

Jump is a village in the metropolitan borough of Barnsley in South Yorkshire, England.[1]

Jump St George's Church April 2017
St George's Church

It is north-east of Hoyland, separated from it by the Jump Valley, through which a stream runs.[2] According to local legend, Jump village was named by the local coal miners having to 'jump' over the stream to go to work.

Flints from the late Mesolithic have been found in the Roebuck Hill area, along with Neolithic and Bronze Age material. No evidence of permanent settlement has been found from these periods. Pre-Roman Iron Age settlement of the area is known of because of post-holes, indicating the presence of a late-Iron Age roundhouse. A locally made beehive quern is one of many artefacts found at the site. Later Post-Medieval use of the site shows the construction of a kiln, possibly used to produce iron.[3]

The parish church is St George's, in the Diocese of Sheffield.[4]

Jump has a small selection of pubs and a Working Mens Club:

  • The Flying Dutchman
  • The Coach And Horses
  • The Wellington Inn

Also, the village hosts a traditional Fish and Chip shop, a butcher, a hairdresser, a convenience store and a Post Office. Recently opening in the village is a Sure Start nursery school, which is in the centre of the village. The village also has a local school for young children, Jump Primary School.

Jump Flying Dutchman April 2017

Flying Dutchman

Jump The Wellington April 2017

The Wellington

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Jump Post Office April 2017

Jump Post Office
Jump is located in South Yorkshire
Jump
Jump
Location within South Yorkshire
OS grid referenceSE381012
Metropolitan borough
Metropolitan county
Region
CountryEngland
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townBARNSLEY
Postcode districtS74
PoliceSouth Yorkshire
FireSouth Yorkshire
AmbulanceYorkshire
EU ParliamentYorkshire and the Humber

Sport

Two football teams from the village have competed in the FA Cup: Jump Home Guard F.C.[5] and Jump Working Mens Club F.C.[6]

Transport

The village is accessible by public transport via two bus routes, the 66 (one way), which runs approximately every ten minutes and the Jump Circular 67, which runs in both directions every hour. The nearest train station is just a short walk up the hill in Elsecar.[7]

References

  1. ^ Hoyland Inc. Jump, Elsecar & Stubbin. Barnsley Family History Society. 2001. ISBN 9781899224166.
  2. ^ "Jump Valley". getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk. Ordnance Survey. Retrieved 6 May 2018.
  3. ^ "NAA Roebuck Hill, Jump, Barnsley, South Yorkshire". www.northernarchaeologicalassociates.co.uk. Retrieved 4 December 2017.
  4. ^ www.achurchnearyou.com St George, Jump
  5. ^ "Jump Home Guard: FA Cup statistics". Wildstat.com. Retrieved 10 May 2015.
  6. ^ "Jump WMC: FA Cup statistics". Wildstat.com. Retrieved 10 May 2015.
  7. ^ https://bustimes.org.uk/localities/E0030302

External links

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Larrett Roebuck

Larrett Roebuck (27 January 1889 – 18 October 1914) was an English professional footballer who played in the Football League for Huddersfield Town as a left back. He was the first Football League player to be killed in the First World War.

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