Barnsley Biological Record Centre contact details

Sheffield City Council Ecology Unit runs Barnsley Biological Records Centre (BBRC) on behalf of Barnsley Council. You can send in or ask for local biological records using the contact details below:

How to send in your records to the Barnsley Record Centre.

You can send in records to Barnsley Biological Records Centre (BBRC).

Email: Roger.Butterfield@sheffield.gov.uk. Phone: 0114 2500500.

Post: Barnsley Biological Records Centre, c/o Sheffield CC Ecology Unit, Parks and Countryside Service, 3rd Floor, West Wing, Moorfoot, Sheffield, S1 4PL.


You can send in your records to the BBRC in a spreadsheet, in a table, or in a simple list. Make sure you have included all the required information.

See page on how to record wildlife sightings via link below.  


How to ask for records from the Barnsley Record Centre:

You can ask for records from Barnsley Biological Records Centre.

Email: parksandcountryside@sheffield.gov.uk.

Phone: 0114 2736951 or 0114 2734481

Post: Barnsley Biological Records Centre, c/o Sheffield CC Ecology Unit, Parks and Countryside Service, 3rd Floor, West Wing, Moorfoot, Sheffield, S1 4PL.

There is a charge for commercial use.



Barnsley council contact

Barnsley Council’s Biodiversity Officer, Trevor Mayne, can be contacted about the Barnsley Biological Record Centre:

Phone: 01226 772646

Email: TrevorMayne@barnsley.gov.uk.

BBRC stores records in a database (RECORDER 6) from which they can be retrieved and exported to a geographic information system (GIS) for distribution maps.


A steering group for the BBRC includes recorders, naturalists and conservation bodies.


Barnsley Council’s Biodiversity Officer, Trevor Mayne, is responsible for the BBRC.

For more information…

Barnsley Biodiversity Trust.  Barnsley Biodiversity Action Plan. Last Updated July 2018