The British Government has issued new rules to slow the spread of coronavirus;- People must stay at home for the next three weeks and are allowed outside only for;- Shopping for basic necessities like food and medicine – but you should do this “as infrequently as possible” and use food delivery services “where you can” […]
COVID 19 Arrangements Following Government advice, Barnton Parish Council will close the office from Monday 23rd March to protect its employees, Councillors and members of the public. Barnton Parish Council have closed the play areas on Runcorn Road and Nursery Road. All Council meetings that were scheduled to take place have now been cancelled until […]
CORONAVIRUS SAFETY MEASURES To promote social distancing and help keep Barnton residents safe, Barnton Parish Council has closed both recreation grounds at Nursery Road and Runcorn Road until further notice.
CORONAVIRUS ADVICE Hygiene • Wash your hands more often – with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use a hand sanitiser • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands • Avoid close contact with people who have symptoms • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw […]
Community Lunch Club held at the Cricket Club in Barnton CANCELLATION NOTICE due to CORONA VIRUS In response to government advice, the Community Lunch Club is cancelled until further notice. As soon as it is safe to resume, we will notify you via social media and Barnton Parish Council website. Please stay safe, follow the […]
The most up to date and accurate source of information is the Public Health England website https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/public-health-england%20%20
In conjunction with Barnton Parish Council, Barnton Clean Team & Barnton Memorial Hall Great British Spring Clean – Sunday 5th April starting at 1.00pm from Barnton Memorial Hall Come along to help keep Britain (and Barnton)! clean!! Please click the link for more information; spring clean
Click the link for the latest issue of the Barnton Village Messenger 17th Feb messenger
treasure hunt VEDAY75 VE-Day-Tribute.
Cheshire West & Chester Council’s Waste team is currently focusing on textiles and how climate change is affected by fast fashion. The way we make, use and throw away our clothes is unsustainable. Textile production contributes more to climate change than international aviation and shipping combined, consumes lake-sized volumes of fresh water and creates chemical […]