Barnby-in-the-Willows Welcomes You

The Parish Council, after having to meet online, is now returning to face-to-face meetings at the Village Hall.  We will do so in accordance with current Government restrictions and guidelines, so there may be occasions where seating capacity has to be restricted.  Agendas and minutes will be posted as normal, and if you wish to get in touch please do so via the Clerk and / or one of the Councillors.

 

The village website is being reviewed by the Parish Council and will be undergoing some changes – minutes and agendas will continue to be posted on the section ‘2021’ (along with legally required documents such as financial information, in the other sections) but if you can’t see the information you need, please let us know so that we can help you.  Information will also be posted on NSDC’s website.  In the event of us setting up a new site, we will post the details here.

If there is anything specific you wish to ask about the website, the Parish Council or if you would like to volunteer/get involved, please email the Parish Clerk on ParishClerk@barnbyinthewillows.com.

Thank you for your continued support.

 

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Barnby-in-the-Willows website is here to share local village news, details of local events, weather, history, pictures of Barnby in the Willows. As well as to keep you up to date with the local Parish council meetings. The website has been sponsored by the Parish Council.

Barnby-in-the-Willows is a village and civil parish in the Newark and Sherwood district of Nottinghamshire, England, 4 miles East of Newark-on-Trent. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 244. Just to the south of the village is the River Witham, which also forms the border with Lincolnshire. 5 streets make up the centre of Barnby, these are: Front Street, Dark Lane, Cross Lane, Long Lane, Back Lane.

The village comprises circa 110 houses, the Parish Church of All Saints (13th Century), a village pub, a village hall, a village green and a small playing field owned by Barnby Manor Estates.

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Barnby in the Willows Front Street 1910
Front Street in Barnby in the Willows 1910