Barton United Junior Football Club
Football for boys & girls from age 4 upwards
Thursday evenings at Baysgarth School
Contact Jon: 07734 300380
Barton Town Old Boys
Euronics Ground, Marsh Lane, Barton upon Humber, DN18 5JD
Telephone: 01652 661871
Barton Town Old Boys Football Club was formed at the start of the 1995/96 season as a result of the amalgamation of the two longest established and most successful clubs in the North Lincolnshire town of Barton upon Humber, Barton Town FC and Barton Old Boys FC.
Barton Town had been in existence for well over 100 years, being formed in 1880, and playing out of their Marsh Lane ground, still the home of the new club, since 1927. “ Town “ was one of the founder members of the Lincolnshire League, winning it in 1960/61, before embarking on its “golden era “ over the following two decades, initially in the Midlands League and then, particularly, in the Yorkshire League The club returned to the Lincolnshire League in the early 1980’s, winning the ?rst division title in 1981/82. The“ Swans “ remained in the league for the next 10 years before dropping out for the usual off-field reasons, lack of help and finance. Barton Old Boys had been a member of the Scunthorpe and District League since 1959. eventually boasting two sides, in the first and second divisions.
Over the ten year period from the mid-19B0’s, “ Old Boys “ were arguably the most consistently successful team in the League, culminating in 1994/95 with the winning of all four major Scunthorpe League competitions, a ?rst at the time.
In order to progress the two clubs merged and started the 1995/96 season in the Lincolnshire League.
Barton Juniors FC
Pasture Road, Barton upon Humber
Barton Junior Football Club caters for boys and girls between the ages of 5 to 16 at itshome in Pasture Road, Barton upon Humber DN18 5RB. It is a self financing and voluntary organisation and has been operating very successfully for 30 years, playing in the local junior football leagues with a fair amount of trophies won over the years.
Barton Junior FC was the very first football team in the area to obtain Football Association Charter Standard which is cherished greatly.
Contact Mr J Oxley
Telephone: 01652 632064
Barton Town Cricket Club
Barton upon Humber, DN18 5JD
Barton Town Cricket Club was formed in 1849 and is the oldest sporting institution in Barton Upon Humber. The Club moved to its present Marsh Lane ground in the early 1920’s and although there are no records of where the club used to play, scorebooks from the early days confirm the existence of the club. (more research is being done on the subject as I speak)
No one quite knows how many teams the club operated in its early days but at the present time the club operates four seniors teams, two of which play on Saturdays and two teams which play on Sundays. The club also operates a friendly XI when fixtures allow. The club also operates four junior sides, U11’s, U13’s, and U15’s.
The two Saturday teams operate in the Lincolnshire League while the two Sunday teams operate in the North Lindsey League. The junior teams play in the Scunthorpe and District Junior Leagues.
In recent years the club has also ventured into the overseas market and brought in some players. First of all in 2003 saw Kane Arendarcikas (Australia) come and play, 2004 saw Grant Lewis (Australia), 2005 was Dean Carroll and Steve Ellis (Australia), 2006 Samuel Felix (West Indies), 2007 2008 we had the company of Scott Hanna (Australia), in 2010 Simon McInerney (Australia), 2011 Reece Ogle (Australia) and another Aussie for 2012 Adam McDermott
All of whom have brought something to the club to take it forward.
Telephone: 01652 408445
Barton and District RUFC
Mill Lane, Barrow upon Humber
Barton Town Ladies Hockey Club
Playing at Barton Town CC ground, Marsh Lane
Conact Mrs J Burman
Telephone: 01652 633207
Baysgarth Leisure Centre
Baysgarth Park, Brigg Road, Barton upon Humber DN18 5DT
Telephone reception: 01652 632511
Baysgarth Leisure Centre is a multi-purpose facility in Barton upon Humber, managed by North Lincolnshire Council.
Its gym offers 26 pieces of the latest resistance and cardio-vascular machines from the Johnson range. There is also a four court sports hall, an aerobics studio and a 20 metre four lane state of the art swimming pool and accompanying changing facilities for families and customers with disabilities or who require assistance – both of which offer specialist equipment.
Baysgarth Leisure Centre also offers exercise classes including yoga, aerobics, kettlebell and fitness pilates. Action packed fun for the children, aged three to 16 years, during the school holidays is also offered with the Centre’s Energize holiday programme.
The Centre’s opening hours are Monday: 8am to 8.45pm, Tuesday: 7.30am to 8.45pm, Wednesday: 8am to 8.45pm, Thursday: 7.30am to 8.45pm, Friday: 8am to 8.45pm, Saturday: 8.30am to 3.30pm, Sunday: 8.30am to 3.30pm and Bank Holidays: 9am to 6pm.
Barton Park Bowls Club
Barton Brigg Road Bowls Club
Founded in 1919 Brigg Road Bowling Club has its own club house and is open every Monday and Thursday afternoon from April to September and at other times when matches are on. New members are very welcome. Entrance to green and clubhouse is on Park Avenue, off Brigg Road.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07767140655.
North Lincolnshire and Humberside Sailing Club
North Lincolnshire and Humberside Sailing Club is a family orientated club owned and run by its members. The water is available for surfing and windsurfing 365 days a year. Dinghy racing usually occurs on Sundays and windsurf racing on Saturdays. There are special children/youth training sessions on Wednesday evenings for windsurfing and Thursday evenings for dinghies. Adult training can be arranged, usually on a Saturday. All instructors are volunteers so all training is subject to their availability.
Pasture Road North, Barton upon Humber, DN18 5RB
Telephone: 01652 632514 (Clubhouse)
Barton Wheelers Cycling Club
The Club currently has around 70 members of all ages and cater for most racing disciplines. New members are particularly welcome whatever their cycling interest. We promote club time trials on Thursday evenings through the summer, plus an open time trial, a Lincolnshire League road race and two veterans’ road races under LVRC rules.
Telephone: Mrs J Taylor 01652 632042
Skelton School Of Classical Ballet
Unit, 1A Harrier Rd, Humber Bridge Industrial Estate, Barton-upon-Humber, South Humberside DN18 5RP 01724 357581
Music Dancing Feet Partnership
Dance classes for children and adults held weekly in Barton (at the Assembly Rooms) and Kirton. Classes include exam, social and fitness classes. Styles covered include: Ballroom, Latin American, Sequence, Salsa, Rock’n’Roll, Zumba, Showdance Fitness, Keep Fit, Ballet, Tap, Modern and Performance Arts. Classes taught by qualified, CRB checked, experienced teachers and instructors. Tuition is available on a group or one to one basis, including professional tuition. We are an ISTD Approved Dance Centre and Trinity Guildhall exam centre for music.
We are licensed to teach Melody Movement classes which include: Little Bear Feet, Melody Movement, Tip Tap Toe & Groovy Moves, First Ballet, Foundation Ballet and Junior Ballet.
Also a Sports Leaders UK approved centre offering Young Leadership (9 – 13 years), Level 1 Dance Leadership (13 years plus) and Level 2 Dance Leadership (16 years plus) qualifications.
Telephone: 01652 649164
Strictly Dance and Cheer
Julia Tyson School of Dancing
Weekly classes held in Barton in Disco, Rock n Roll, Ballroom, Latin American, Boys street & break dance, gymnastics, Majorettes, Cheerleading, Musical Theatre, Ballet, Tap & Modern.
CV Day Spa
The Old Despatch Building
Barton on Humber
Telephone: 01652 633444
Providence House Holydyke Barton upon Humber DN18 5PR
Telephone: 01652 632245
|Monday||9.30am – 7pm|
|Tuesday||9.30am – 5pm|
|Thursday||9.30am – 5pm|
|Friday||9.30am – 5pm|
|Saturday||9am – 1pm|
There is disabled access to the library.
The library stocks
- Adult fiction
- Adult non-fiction
- Children’s fiction and non-fiction
- Large print fiction and non-fiction
- Talking books
- Reference books
- Local studies material
- Language courses
- Local information – including the North Lincolnshire societies and contacts register
- Newspapers – Daily Telegraph, Scunthorpe Telegraph.
North Lincolnshire Council’s youth sport programme
North Lincolnshire Council’s Youth Sport programme provides a diverse range of multi sport opportunities across North Lincolnshire for young people aged eight to 19 years old (up to 25 with learning disability). At present North Lincolnshire Council and its partners provide over 30 sessions per week.
The sessions provide a safe environment for young people to come along and get active, learn new skills, chill out with friends and maybe make some new ones. The sessions are informal and multi sport based, with the emphasis being on fun, enjoyment and getting involved. This means that young people could be playing football, cricket or basketball and the next could be playing ultimate Frisbee, street golf, rock-it-ball, Street Dance and many more activities!
The project aims to give young people the chance to take part in positive activities and develop new social and leadership skills. Opportunities are also available for young people to volunteer on the programme and take part in relevant training.
Coaches from Scunthorpe United provide the coaching and leadership at all the sessions.
For those participants over the age of 16 we offer the opportunity to become a volunteer. This means the young person will gain experience and access to training to improve their skills. This is the ideal starting point for anyone wanting a career in sports coaching and leadership.
All the sessions are free, so what are you waiting for? Get involved today!
More details from 01724 297270 or email email@example.com
Please note these sessions are continuing while building work at Baysgarth School progresses