The Churches conservation trust for Lincolnshire is looking for volunteers to further their work and ask that you contact Dave Adgar on 07733108553 for more details.
The Leonard Cheshire Group are a nursing home for people with disabilities in our Parish of Barnetby-Le-Wold and are looking for volunteers to take residents out on trips and help with activities. They are also in need of help with raising awareness and fundraising. If you have any spare time and would like to find out more details please contact Katie Spyve on 01652 688344
On Saturday August 17th at Barnetby Village Hall opens to the public at 2:30pm for the 52nd Annual show entrance fee is Adult 30p and Children 10p
Entries of Vegetables, ,Fruit and Flowers on show and the exhibits are to be staged for judging by 11.00am
The presentation of prizes will take place at 5pm
Enquiries for entering exhibits to Maggie Hoggard on 01652 688885
Community, Heritage, Arts and Media Project (CHAMP) have just completed a £50,000 refurbishment of the Baysgarth House Museum
For full story Baysgarth Museum July 2013
From September 2013 North Lincolnshire Council’s Mobile Library will be adding an extra stop
at the Under 5′s Playgroup to allow our children to access the service
Further details on the resulting time changes for other stops are noted here Mobile library new times
Do you know someone in the Community that deserves an award for their volunteering ?
If you do then why not put their name forward for this year’s North Lincolnshire Council’s Award
Click here for further details on closing dates and how to nominate someone
A new timetable for the Mobile Library service has been launched.
Please see the North Lincolnshire mobile library timetable for details of when the service will visit Barnetby.
As a result of requests from residents and the parish council, North Lincolnshire Council are proposing to introduce a new Traffic Regulation Order around the junction of St Barnabas Road, West Street and Queen’s Road, Barnetby-le-Wold.
Concerns have been raised that vehicles are being parked inconsiderately on St Barnabas Road, West Street and Queen’s Road and it is felt that this creates difficulties for other residents in the area and often restricts the visibility of drivers when leaving driveways.
The proposed restriction is for No Waiting At Any Time (Double Yellow Lines) around the junction of St Barnabas Road, West Street and Queen’s Road as shown on this drawing. See also the notice and statement of reasons for more information.
Objections to the proposal specifying the grounds on which they are made should be sent in writing to the Director Of Places at the North Lincolnshire Council Offices, Hewson House, Station Road, Brigg, DN20 8XY not later than 21st March 2013.