Barnton Parish Council
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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.
BARNTON CEMETERY, HAYES DRIVE, BARNTON.
If anyone has any queries regarding the Cemetery or would like to talk to someone
about details regarding grave plots or cremated remains plots, both new and old, please do not hesitate to contact the Cemetery Clerk - Mrs S Crank on 01606 76360.
WHAT'S ON IN BARNTON
Check out our What's On page to see events happening in Barnton.
CHESHIRE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST
Cheshire Community Development Trust need new volunteers to help deliver
their community car scheme.
Volunteers use their own cars to take older people to doctor’s or hospital appointments, hairdressers, visit friends etc.
You can do as much or as little as you want and a mileage allowance is paid to help your fuel costs.
If interested call Sue or Jo on 01606 784100
Marbury Community Forum - 27 April 2016, Lion Salt Works, Marston
For more information click here . . . . . .
GUNNERS CLOUGH WOODS
Due to erosion of the steps, there is currently NO PUBLIC ACCESS to Gunners Clough Woods in Barnton.
The woodland will remain closed until further notice.
LOOKING FOR FAMILY MEMBERS OF MR & MRS DAWSON
Looking for relatives/family of the late Job Dawson (died 1934) and Mary Ann Dawson (died 1946)
of 9 Lydyett Lane, Barnton.
A Mr and Mrs Marsh have recently bought a writing slope from EBAY which contained death/marriage certificates etc. re the late Mr and Mrs Dawson which they would now like to pass to the relatives/family.
Mr and Mrs Marsh can be contacted on Tel No. 01777 818771.
Youth Kicks Football Coaching are proud to announce the addition of a Little Kickers(3to 5yrs) Session and a 6 to 11 year old session. Both these sessions will take place on a Saturday at Cransley School, Great Budworth.
The Little Kickers will start at 10am and the 6 to 11’s will start 11am. Each session is £3 and based on a play/pay basis. Places are limited so please get in touch to secure your place.
Contact mike on 07859912597 or contact by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also follow Youth Kicks on Facebook.
WINNINGTON URBAN VILLAGE HIGHWAY WORKS
By way of a quick update regarding the S278 highway works currently being undertaken in the surrounding area of Winnington Urban Village, please see below list of latest proposed completion dates for each area along with an associated location plan:-
Location 1 - 7/3/16 - 17/5/16 Moss Road/Winnington Lane ( where we believe they are setting the lights to filter onto Winnington Lane)
Note that the programme for the S278 works has been extended due to the requirement to work around various utilities diversions and upgrade works, most notably the United Utilities water main upgrade works which extend from Winnington Avenue to Bradburns Lane.
Just a quick update to let everyone know that there has been a meeting with CWaC in preparation of our petition. There will be things happening with regards to meetings in the near future with Highways and the Ward Councillors are meeting with George Osborne at the end of October. We do not have anything major to announce until after the petition is presented and then early in 2016. Bear with us please. We also have news that another group have been doing a lot of background work unknown to us and will be joining forces to assist.
BARNTON PARISH COUNCIL ANNUAL RETURN
Following conclusion of the annual audit for year ending 31st March 2015 please click on the links below to view the relevant documentation:
Notice of Conclusion
Section 1 of the annual return
Section 2 of the annual return
Section 3 of the annual return
BARNTON FOOTBALL CLUB
Latest information and fixtures details can be found on the Groups and Clubs section on our Amenities page.
BARNTON COMMUNITY GROUP
Our Aim - To make Barnton a village to be proud of.
We would be delighted if you could provide a helping hand with
any of the following:
·Canal - could you spare some time helping to paint the bridge walls and clearing the undergrowth to improve the views?
·Grot Spots - would you like to identify such spots and organise Litter Picking groups?
·Land/Verge - between Barnton Post Office/Pharmacy and the bus stop - Do you know who owns it?
If you can help with any of the above please contact
Linda 07947 297783 or Lynn on 01606 784599
Big Village Big Future Be Part of it
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
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
BIRDS IN MY GARDEN WEBSITE
Our resident birdman, David Harazny, has now created his own website to document the birds in his garden through the year - www.camodave.co.uk
Dave has also set up a second website for Saltersford locks www.wildlifeatsaltersfordlocks.webs.com
Have you done something new since you retired? Started a new hobby or interest, joined a club or planned an event or trip? The Laterlife Challenge is looking for entries from the over 60s to demonstrate how people are making the most of their retirement years. There are some great prizes and also the knowledge that your story may help inspire others who are finding their senior years lonely or difficult. Chief judge is Blue Peter’s Valerie Singleton. Find out more by visiting: www.laterlife.com/challenge
Age UK Cheshire’s Computer Centre
At Age UK Cheshire’s Computer Centre based at the Castle Community Centre, Northwich, we specialise in helping the over 50s to gain computer skills. With experienced tutors, individual or small-group tuition, centre-produced learning materials and a warm welcoming atmosphere, we have an enviable reputation for meeting learners’ needs. Many people come to us to learn internet skills, email and Skype to help them keep in touch with friends and family.
We run courses throughout the year and have places available for learners on our:
· Induction course (using a computer or iPad) with one-to-one tuition for absolute beginners. Learners may bring their own laptop, iPad or other tablet device.
· Individual tuition sessions to revise and consolidate basic computer skills or learn new skills in a topic of choice. (Popular topics include - Skype, Windows 8, iPad or tablet skills, Facebook, online shopping, file management, word-processing, making address labels, spreadsheets,
using a scanner, photo-editing and creating photo gifts. Other topics are available on request)
· Small-group courses in Digital Photography.
For more information or to discuss your computing needs please call the Centre on 0845 618 2858
WOMEN'S SAFE TRANSPORT SERVICE
Check on the Voluntary Action Vale Royal website for details of this service and the threats to it due to lack of funding etc.
ARE YOU STRUGGLING WITH DEBT?
CHESHIRE WEST CITIZEN ADVICE BUREAU are available to help - free of charge. Click here for more details . . .
TONI CRITCHLOW, CLERK TO BARNTON PARISH COUNCIL
Clerk's Office: c/o The Bungalow, Rosebank School, Barnton, Cheshire CW8 4QP
Tel: 07849 344940 email: email@example.com
Office open: Monday-Wednesday 10.00am - 5.00pm Contactable by phone: Thursday 9.00am - 1.30pm
Mrs S. Crank, Clerk to Barnton Cemetery, Tel 01606 76360