Barnby in the Willows Parish Council was deeply saddened to learn of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and wishes to formally extend sincere condolences, on behalf of the residents of Barnby in the Willows, to the whole Royal Family at this difficult time.
The Parish Council would also like to give grateful recognition of, and thanks for, the incredible duty and service so graciously given during Her Majesty’s lifetime.
BOOKS OF CONDOLENCE
A Book of Condolence will be in place at All Saints’ Church until after the funeral should you wish to pay your respects in this way.
Although there are no physical books of condolence at Royal Residences, you can sign an online Book of Condolence on the Royal family website: https://www.royal.uk/
The Church of England Book of Condolence can be accessed here: Her Majesty The Queen – book of condolence | The Church of England
The Royal Family Book of Condolence can be accessed here: Royal UK Send a Message of Condolence
Physical books of condolence will be available at the following:
Newark and Sherwood District Council’s Book of Condolence is located in Castle House reception and will be open from 9am to 5pm over the weekend (10 and 11 September) for people to sign and from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
St Mary Magdalene Church, Newark with have its Book of Condolence available at the following times:
Friday 9 September 9am to 5pm
Saturday 10 September 9am to 3pm
Sunday 11 September Church Services
Monday 12 September 9am to 3pm
Tuesday 13 September 9am to 3pm
Wednesday 14 September 9am to 7pm
Thursday 15 September 9am to 3pm
Friday 16 September 9am to 3pm
Saturday 17 September 9am to 3pm
Sunday 18 September Church Services
Southwell Minster has a Book of Condolence and is open Monday to Sunday, 8.30am to 7.30pm.
Southwell Town Council has a Book of Condolence in its Committee room and is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 3pm and Saturday 9am to 12pm.
Ollerton and Boughton Town Council is directing residents to the Royal Family website’s online Book of Condolence. There are also Books of Condolences at St Giles Church and St Paulinus Church in Ollerton open 9.30am to 1.30pm.
It is customary for mourners to leave floral tributes. During this time of National Mourning, the government and the Royal Household respectfully request that no official flowers, wreaths, or tributes be sent from organisations to the location of the State Funeral, Royal Residences or government offices.
Those wishing to leave floral tributes are asked to do so in the area around the War Memorial adjacent to Appleton Gate (at the rear of St Mary Magdalene Church).
All floral tributes will be collected the day after the funeral and will be composted. We therefore ask that in line with the wishes of the Queen herself that no plastic wrappers are included to allow for ease of composting.
Making a donation to one of Her Majesty’s many charities and patronages may be considered a fitting way of paying tribute to Her extraordinary legacy. Read further information on how you can donate and a list of Her Majesty’s charities and patronages. https://www.royal.uk/charities-and-patronages
GENERAL INFORMATION AND GUIDANCE
Additional information can be found at:
The village website is being reviewed by the Parish Council and will be undergoing some changes – minutes and agendas will continue to be posted (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. 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 email@example.com.
Thank you for your continued support.
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.