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Monthly Archives: October 2017

Days Gone By with Brian Peeps

Local historian Brian Peeps will be at Barton’s Assembly Rooms on Tuesday (October 31) ready to take you on a journey into by-gone life in villages around Barton. Brian, a keen collector of photographic evidence of the lives, places and events of our area, will be focusing on South Ferriby, Barrow and Goxhill. His slideshows […]

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Laughter (and alcohol) aplenty at Barnstormers’ Comedy Club

The Barnstormers’ Comedy Club returns to Ropery Hall with a bang this month, and for the first show of the new season, resident host Kevin Precious returns to introduce three more top acts from the National Comedy Circuit.  Jo Marwood recalls her last visit to this popular comedy evening, before the Barton Arts week celebrations […]

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Half term fun at The Ropewalk

Lantern making for Barton’s Christmas Festival begins in earnest during the half-term holiday as young people, artists and helpers gather at The Ropewalk to make lanterns for the annual parade. Cybermen, Daleks, Ice Warriors and even a Tardis are just some of the Dr Who characters who will be starring  this year  as the theme, […]

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Barton & District Ploughing Society Ploughing Tournament

The 40th Annual Ploughing Tournament will be held on Sunday, October 15, at Northwold Farm, Worlaby Top, by kind permission of R J and A E Godfrey, from 10am to 4pm,  Entry £4.50

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Baysgarth School’s Grand Opening event

If you were a pupil at Baysgarth School or the other secondary schools in Barton that preceded it there is the opportunity tomorrow (Saturday October 7) to take a look around the recently completed Baysgarth School on Barrow Road. The Grand Opening event is being held between 10am and 1pm and therewill be a veritable […]

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A new era for Baysgarth School

Baysgarth School, under its many names, has been at the heart of Barton and its residents for 86 years writes Joanne Marwood.  Thousands of children have fidgeted whilst being measured for their uniform, with girls folding the waistband of their skirt to make it shorter, and boys scuffing their shoes before the first day of […]

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Telephone: 01652 631500

Barton Town Council
Telephone: 01652 633598

Barton-upon-Humber Tourism Partnership
Telephone: 01652 660380