It is fenced off and you cannot get near it any more because of its derelict state, but you can clearly see some of the fireplaces still inside the building. It was built in Elizabethan times. Do you recognise the location? can you remember the film?
It was of course the building where Billy Casper found his Kestrel in "Kes" written by Barry Hines a truly brilliant film. The book was called " A Kestrel for a Knave"
I was most impressed on my first day at comprehensive school in 1971 to discover that Barry Hines was my English teacher. However he left about 3 weeks later to pursue bigger and better things. Who could blame him! A Barnsley Comprehensive school in the early 70's was not the place to be!! Sadly I hear that he is suffering from Alzheimer's now.