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Welcome to the Barnton Village Website, which is maintained and hosted by Barnton Parish Council. Barnton is a pleasant, large village located within the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester.  The village lies to the north of both the Trent-Mersey canal (part of the famous Cheshire Ring) and the River Weaver, and around 2 miles to the north-west of the town of Northwich. The village has a long, rural history, but grew rapidly in the 1800s thanks to the success of the Brunner Mond company (who occupied a large site in neighbouring Winnington) and who built hundreds of houses for their workers here. The village now boasts an excellent range of local amenities and is within easy reach of the A49, M56 and M6 making it popular with commuters to Liverpool, Manchester and Chester. It is surrounded by wonderful Cheshire countryside and enjoys an enviable location on some of Cheshire’s most attractive inland waterways. The world-famous Anderton Boat Lift - The Cathedral of the Canals - lies under half a mile away in neighbouring Anderton, whilst Barnton itself offers two fine examples of early Victorian engineering in the Barnton and Saltersford canal tunnels. With more than 5,500 residents, modern Barnton is a thriving, family-friendly village within the heart of Cheshire.
This page is an up-to-date guide to 'What's On' in Barnton.
If you have any events planned please email with details:  jennyjeffs1@sky.com




BOOK LAUNCH IN BARNTON

Gillian Atkinson has lived in the village for 35 years and is doing a book launch for her debut novel 'Secret of the Fireflies' at Barnton Memorial Hall on 4th March at 2 pm - 4 pm.

She is also doing a book launch at Barnton Library on Wednesday 15th March between 6 pm and 7 pm.

She is writing  under her late mum's maiden name of J G Nicholls as a tribute to her.




KNITTING CLUB -The Library, Townfield Lane, on Mondays evenings from 5.30pm to 7pm. Come on down and knit something for Christmas.  Join our friendly group of local ladies for knitting and a chat.  All welcome from beginners to experienced knitters, bring along your own project, one you’d like to finish or just learn a new skill. There will be needles and wool available to get you started. If you would to join us call your helper and teacher Jackie on 01606 782130




MAD YOUTH CLUB
BARNTON MAD YOUTH CLUB IS CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND CONTROL

Contacts for more information:-
Tracy Vickers 07525708518    or    Ange Burns 0160676511



BARNTON GIRL GUIDING

Rainbows 5 -7 year olds Tuesday 6pm - 7.15pm
Brownies 7 - 10 year olds Tuesday 6pm - 7.30pm
Guides 10- 14 year olds Day and Time to be arranged
Senior Section 14 - 26 years Monday 8pm - 9.30pm
For more details contact Susan Greenwood (Rainbow Leader and District Commissioner)
Home number: 01606 76408        Mobile number: 07734 155 133
Email:
suegreenwood8160@hotmail.com
Or visit theiir website at www.girlguiding.org.uk and register your daughter or yourself there.




BARNTON NOW HAS AN INTERNET CAFE!!!!!

The Xcel community project is now open at Barnton Pentecostal Church.

This great new facility has cost over £50,000.00 to develop and equip. The project includes an IT Suite where users can use the computers and log on to the internet. Fibre optic broadband is available wirelessly allowing you to log on with your own laptops, tablets and smart phones. There is a great social activity centre with a free play pool table, game stations with large screen Televisions and a comfortable relaxing chill out area. A cafe provides soft and hot drinks and snacks are available to purchase.

For further information about the church and it’s projects contact Pastor Andy Webb on 07929 001948 or check out the website: www.barntonpentecostalchurch.co.uk




LITTLE LEIGH W.I.

Little Leigh W.I. welcomes ladies from a wide area along the Weaver Valley, including our many longstanding members from Barnton. We meet at 7.30pm on the first Wednesday of the month at Little Leigh Village Hall, opposite the Church of St Michael and All Angels. We enjoy interesting and enjoyable talks and events, friendship, fun and always a brew! Come along and say hello.




MONTHLY UNDER 16's DISCOs are to be held at Barnton Memorial Hall

Dates of discos will be advertised on here as well as in local businesses and schools.
For more information contact mike on 07859912597.





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