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Heritage Open Days Events Part 2: Walks and Talks

They say you shouldn’t talk the talk if you can’t walk the walk. Well when it comes to Barton’s Heritage Open Days, we can do plenty of both, and we do it with style. Come along to any of our six walks and talks to see what we mean. Guided tours and open building – […]

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Heritage Open Days Events Part 1: Special Events and One Offs

Everyone from near and far will get the chance to take part in a range of exciting one off events taking place between September 7 and 10, Barton’s Heritage Open Days 2017. From walks and talks to special openings and children’s quizzes, it’s all there. These two special blogs will give readers a sneak preview of […]

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Wildlife Day at the Waters’ Edge Visitor Centre and Country Park

This coming Sunday, July 30, the Waters’ Edge Visitor Centre and Country Park is giving everyone the opportunity to get out and enjoy their local countryside while learning about the wildlife that calls it home.  The park will be hosting its biggest event of the year; a family focused, activity filled Wildlife Day. To get […]

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The ‘Big Daddy‘ of Bike Nights

After 20 years of burning rubber and shining chrome, Barton’s annual Bike Night has become as much a part of the fabric that makes up Barton-upon-Humber as the town’s roads or houses. A gold star day in the diaries of bikers around Lincolnshire and beyond, the night draws more than 15,000 people to town from […]

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Sue Wilsea on The Fathom Writers’ Showcase and the Local Literary Scene

Next Wednesday at 7.30pm, local writers of all levels, ages and backgrounds will be reading their work to the people of Barton in the Ropery Hall bar.  This is all down to the Fathom Writers’ Showcase, a free event organised by Sue Wilsea so that her students can unveil their work to the public. Past […]

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A Big Thank You on National Volunteers’ Week

This National Volunteers’ Week, we want to say thank you to all the volunteers who keep Barton-upon-Humber’s heritage and history institutions running, as well as all of the others who give up their time to keep our town alive and colourful.  Without these people, Barton’s rich and interesting past would remain hidden. From museums like […]

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The History of Tile Making in Barton

Have you ever looked out of an airplane window at the houses below and thought of home?   Maybe on your way to a long business trip you have wished to be back there.  Well if you come from Barton-upon-Humber, the chances are that home is closer than you think, or at least a part of […]

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Barton-upon-Humber’s Victorian History Walk – An Illustrated Guide

It is perhaps not surprising that the parts of Barton with the most vivid histories behind them are the parts which today bustle with life and interest. The Victorian Walk designed by the Barton-upon-Humber Civic Society and made even more interactive by the town’s new Hidden History App takes you through some of the most attractive […]

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Barton’s Hidden History – Family Activity Walk

 Saturday 22 April, 10am-12.30pm, FREE – starting at the Wilderspin National School Museum Wondering what to do with the children this Easter holiday? Maybe you’re just a little bored yourself and you’re looking for something interesting and a little bit different to do with the family?

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The Barton Spring Clean

Like the Bat Signal blazing in the night, a call has gone out around Barton-upon-Humber. This town needs heroes to fight grime. Where Batman fought the likes of The Joker and The Riddler, our heroes need to be prepared to fight a much more insidious enemy: the litter that brings down every town.

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Contact Details

Tourist Information
Telephone: 01652 631500

Barton Town Council
Telephone: 01652 633598

Barton-upon-Humber Tourism Partnership
Telephone: 01652 660380