Barton upon Humber Tourism

Clubs & Societies

Friends at Barton (FAB)FAB-Logo

Friends At Barton (FAB for short) is a local Drama/Musical group formed by the old Bartonian Paul Tate. Paul is a professional actor and director but comes back regularly to Barton to put on shows with his old mates at The Joseph Wright Hall on Queen Street. You can find out all about FAB on facebook.com/FriendsAtBarton and twitter.com/FriendsAtBarton.


 

North Lincolnshire Carers’ Support Centre

Do you look after someone who is ill, frail, or disabled?  If so, you are a Carer

We are working with groups and communities to let them know about the free services we offer carers in North Lincolnshire, with a focus on finding “hidden carers”. A carer is someone who provides unpaid care to a family member, friend or partner who is ill, frail, or disabled who could not otherwise manage without your support.

The care you provide can be practical, personal, emotional or supervisory. You may need help with bathing, toileting, grocery shopping, paying bills, doctors’ appointments or just be there on the other end of the phone for reassurance.

The word “Carer” is used for people who provide unpaid care as opposed to those who are paid such as care workers, personal assistants, and home helps.

The Carers’ Support Centre at Jessie Wilcox House, 11 Redcombe Lane, Brigg, North Lincolnshire DN20 8AU, is here to help Carers who care for someone living in North Lincolnshire.  Telephone: 01652 650585 (Main Office) or 01652 601973 (Ideal Community Care Solutions [Home Care]) or e-mail: info@carerssupportcentre.com

http://www.carerssupportcentre.com/north-lincolnshire/


 

St Marys Church St Marys Church

St Mary’s Church Bell Ringers

Practice Tuesdays 7.30pm. Beginners and experienced ringers welcome.

Telephone: Tower captain Andy Bennett 01652 635644


 Barton Allotment Society

http://barton-upon-humber-allotment-society.com/

 

 

Barton and District Local History Group

The Group meets at St John Ambulance HQ, 27 Fleetgate, Barton upon Humber, United Kingdom, DN18 5QA. The price is £2.50 to non-members and free to members. For more information contact Richard Allison on 07789 122633.



Barton Wellbeing Hub

Run by North Lincolnshire Council’s Wellbeing Team  the centre runs a number of clubs and activities for the residents of Barton.

Tofts Road, Barton upon Humber DN18 5NF

Telephone: 01652 634554


Barton Civic Society

Barton upon Humber Civic Society was formed in 1969 it has a wide local membership and is run by volunteers. The Society aims to preserve the historic fabric of the town of Barton upon Humber and to promote a healthy interest in the town including high standards of planning and building design.

The Civic Society run a programme of monthly lectures and occasional events such as the popular Victorian Day. They have also produced a number of trails around the town which are available from public buildings around the town and from the download section of this website The Civic Society regularly take part in National campaigns such as Tree Week and Environment Week.

New members are always welcome and details of how to join are on the lecture programme leaflet or available from the comprehensive website www.bartoncivicsociety.co.uk


Barton upon Humber Flower Club

The Flower Club meet on the second Monday of the month for demonstrations and talks at Wilderspin National School on Queen Street. For joining details call Josephine Wallace on:

Telephone: 01724 734943


Barton Camera Club

Meets every Tuesday at 8pm at the The Old Mill, Market Lane, Barton upon Humber, DN18 5DE

For more information email  president@bartoncameraclub.co.uk or info@bartoncameraclub.co.uk

http://www.bartoncameraclub.co.uk


Barton upon Humber Chess Club

Meets Mondays from 7.30pm at the Corn Exchange Club

Telephone: Mick Robinson 01652 635945


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Salvation Army

The Salvation Army Hall, 114Tofts Road,  Barton upon Humber, DN18 5NG

Weekly Activities include:

Sunday 09:15 Prayer Meeting, 10:00 Morning Worship, 11:30 Super Sunday Club, 17.30 Evening Worship

Monday 12:30 Luncheon Club, LEAFS (Learning, Enjoyment and Friendship Social Group}

 Tuesday 09:30 Bizzee Bees Parent & Toddlers, 20.00 Band

 Wednesday 20:00 Bible Study (phone for venue)

 Thursday 09:30 Bizzee Bees  Parent & Toddlers 14.00 – 13.00 Friendship Hour 19:45 Songsters

Telephone:  01652 632666

https://www.facebook.com/bartontsa/


Barton Musical Theatre Company ( formerly BADAOS)

Formed in November 1979 the society was the collaboration of ideas by three individuals who wished to give the people of Barton Upon Humber, and the surrounding villages the opportunity to perform on stage. The Society now regularly performs concerts as well as entertains capacity audiences in the yearly production.

Rehearsals are held in Baysgarth School hall every Tuesday from 7.30pm until 9.30pm (term time only).

http://www.badaos.webeden.co.uk/


Barton Town Band

Northern Area 1st Section Champions the Band now boasts the Town Band, the Junior Band, the Youth Band and the Community Band

Telephone: Chairman Jon Evison 07976 276895

www.bartontownband.com/


Trinity Church Trinity Church

Trinity Friends

Meeting on the second and fourth Wednesday evenings of each month, this is a ladies group for all ages. They have a varied programme of talks, presentations from other organisations and charities, slide shows, crafts and quizzes.

Supporting all other activities of the Church and competing in an annual quiz with a similar group from St Mary’s, the group welcomes visitors and new members to all their meetings.


Trinity Scrabble Club

The Scrabble Club members have varying skills, but a common interest in enjoying the game and sharing time together. Meeting for a couple of hours in the third Friday afternoon of each month, there is a welcome to anyone who would like to join.


Trinity Beetle Club

Meeting on the second Friday of each month, the beetle drives are a wonderful opportunity for people to get together and have fun.


Trinity New Age Kurling Club

New Age Kurling is an established social event in the diaries of a number of the senior members of out community. Meeting on alternate Saturday afternoons, it gives the opportunity for some light physical activity and fun. Anyone of any fitness level can enjoy this game.


Trinity Wednesday Fellowship

This group meets on the first and third Wednesday afternoon of each month, and after a brief time of worship, they enjoy a wide variety of presentations from visiting speakers. These are not always verbal, but frequently supported by videos, photographs and demonstrations, and are followed by refreshments.


St Mary’s Ladies

Telephone: Secretary Angela Duke 01652 633423


Barton Ladies Luncheon Club

The Club is open to women living in Barton and the surrounding villages. It gives member and their guests and opportunity to have a meal, socialise and to hear speakers on a wide range of topics. Currently meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at Reeds Hotel, Far Ings, Barton, DN18 5RG. The present annual subscription is £15 and the cost of the two-course meal and coffee is £12.

Telephone: Enquiries to the Secretary, Mrs M. Butterfield, on 01652 632603.


Barton Mother’s Union

The group meets on the third Wednesday of month at 2pm in St Mary’s Church Hall.

Please see the church notice board for further details.

Chairman: Linda Bromfield


Senior Alliance

An association of groups who represent the interests of the Over 50s

Telephone: Chairman Cllr Wendy Witter MBE 01652 632675


Friends of the Barton Line

Formed in 1998 the Society promotes and seeks improvement to the Barton to Cleethorpes railway service.

Telephone: 01724 721397

http://www.bartonrail.org.uk/


Barton and Cleethorpes Community Rail Partnership

The BCCRP looks after and promotes the Barton to Cleethorpes line and tries to encourage people to use the line to visit places of interest. The website contains useful and historical information about the railway line and places to visit along it as well as train times and information.

www.bccrp.co.uk


Barton upon Humber Lions Club

Barton Lions was Chartered in 1970 and since then has donated monies and equipment to such organisations as Guide Dogs for the Blind, Macmillan Nurses, Lindsey Lodge Hospice, local schools, sporting equipment to Youth teams, “Wish upon a Star” and also give financial assistance to many individuals and groups of people.

Telephone: Secretary Mike Lord 01469 531417

http://www.bartonlions.co.uk/


Barton upon Humber Rotary Club

Barton Upon Humber Rotary Club is well known in the locality for a variety of projects, events and activities especially our full Christmas programme which caters for all ages from Christmas Dinners and an annual Christmas Concert for the Elderly to Father Christmas for the youngsters and everything in between.

Secretary Eliza Hinxman
http://www.rotary-ribi.org/clubs/homepage.php?ClubID=1287


Rainbows

Telephone: Vicky Wind 01652 637473


Brownies

1st Barton Brownies

Telephone: Sue Wind 01652 632334

2nd Barton Brownies

Telephone: Natalie Gray 07976 830462


Guides

1st Barton Guides

Telephone: Vicky Wind 01652 637473


Scouts

3rd Barton Scouts

Telephone: Jim Crosskell 01652 634696


Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE)

Telephone: Branch secretary Jenny Haynes 01652 618744


Barton and District Ploughing Society

Telephone: Secretary Elizabeth Elliott 01469 530271


Toc H (Barton branch)

Telephone: Paul Dimoline 077426 48878


Barton upon Humber Women’s Institute

Barton Women’s Institute are a group of 40 members who meet on the 3rds Monday afternoon at 2.00pm. We have a varied programme arranged a year in advance, and we also arrange coach outings during the year. We welcome anyone to come as a visitor before making the decision to join us.

Meetings are held in St Mary’s Church hall 3rd Monday of the month at 2.00pm. Meetings last approximately 2 hours.

Telephone: For further information please contact Mrs. Auriol Trubshaw – President on 01652 633302.
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Barton Belles

Barton Belles WI  normally meet on first Thursday of each month at 7.30 pm at the Assembly Rooms, Queen Street, Barton, DN18 5QP

For more details speak to Gill our secretary on 01652 660210

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Barton-Belles-Womens-Institute/393181604041855


Barton upon Humber Probus Club

Telephone: David Dukes 01652 632137


St Mary’s Church E1W

E1W (Everyone Welcome) meets at St Mary’s Church, usually weekly. Sometimes this may be more frequently if the group has events to prepare for or trips arranged. We formed nearly five years ago and have achieved many missions within our church and our local community. The group meet from 5pm-7pm and use St Mary’s Church Hall for activities like art and craft, cooking and discussions. The group ages range from year 6 up to year 12. The oldest members of the group (13-19 years) have the opportunity to join the BYAA scheme (Bishops Youth Achievement Awards_ and our younger members, the CCAA (Children’s Church Achievement awards).

When we’re together

Our meetings begin with a light meal and drink, while we eat we have a chat about things that have happened during the last week or anything that is important to us. When we do our planning we look for things that we might like to do for future events, like themed social evenings or trips.

We have time for activities, debates and discussions, there may also be times when we have questions about our faith that puzzle or confuse us. That’s ok, we just bring them to the group and talk about it. We plan a residential trip once a year, which usually happens in the October half term. Everyone in the group has a really big part to play and we help support each other. No member of the group is expected to take part in anything that may make them feel uncomfortable.

Membership Information

There is a requirement of paying £1 (subs) each time that the group meets, this covers the cost of the refreshments and snacks. Membership forms are available on request at church or just come along on any Friday tea time and meet us. No one will be refused membership on the grounds of health or disability issues and St Marys Church implements equal opportunities and child protection policies.

E1W workers are appointed under the supervision of St Marys PCC and are strictly under the management of the Children’s and Youth work committee.


Barton Branch of the Workers’ Educational Association

We run a variety of educational opportunities for adults in Barton, courses of 2 hours a week for 7 or 10 weeks or several Saturday afternoon talks including tea on various subjects. All held at Wilderspin National School, Queen Street.

Telephone: Ursula 01652 632739
Website: www.wea.org.uk/yh


 

Ted Lewis Group

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Ted Lewis (1940 – 1982) was a Barton novelist, graphic artist and jazz musician most famous for the film, Get Carter, supervising on The Beatles Yellow Submarine and playing piano in the Unity Jazz Band. The group commemorates how Lewis transformed British criminal noir in his 9 novels, promoting exhibitions, readings and other events. The group is also establishing a permanent memorial in Barton to commemorate the writer and his work. Contact is with Monty Martin 01652 661823, frankiesatthirtyfive@gmail.com or Facebook Ted Lewis – Get Carter- Group.


Barton Muse Poetry Group

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Barton Muse is an informal gathering of those who love poetry and who meet together and organise events to celebrate the art. Meetings are monthly usually the last Sunday of the month.  Details from Monty Martin 01653 661823 frankiesatthirtyfive@gmail.com or Facebook Barton Muse Poetry Group.


Barton New County Choir

Come and sing with this cheerful, friendly group.  We meet every Wednesday for rehearsals in Barton Methodist Church 7.30 – 9.30 p.m.

Recent performances have included Beethoven Mass in C, Vivaldi Gloria, Faure Requiem, Haydn Harmonie-Messe, and works by Chilcott and Rutter.  We usually perform twice a year, at Christmas and Easter.

For more information contact our Secretary

Sue Lacey-Hatton: 01652 633002


 

SB Players

The SB players rehearse and perform at the Joseph Wright Hall on Queen Street on Sunday nights. They are a group which have developed over a number of years and we have had a make-over for 2017.  We are a community based group who are like minded people, wanting to contribute to the community by providing quality entertainment accessible for all. We are always ready to welcome new members, so don’t forget to check out our website

 https://www.sbplayers.co.uk/

Contact Details

Tourist Information
Telephone: 01652 631500

Barton Town Council
Telephone: 01652 633598

Barton-upon-Humber Tourism Partnership
Telephone: 01652 660380

Email: btp@the-ropewalk.co.uk