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Forthcoming Events

FACEBOOK

Barrington has its own Facebook Group.  Paul Jessop has kindly set this up and it can be found by logging on to Facebook and searching for 'Barrington Village Somerset'. It's an open group so anyone can apply to join provided you already have a Facebook account.  


A DATE FOR YOUR DIARY

AN EVENING OF SONG - SATURDAY OCTOBER 26th, 7.30pm - BARRINGTON VILLAGE HALL

Musical director, Pamela Everitt with the September Singers,  accompanied by Shelagh Grover on piano, will be presenting ‘An Evening of Song.’  Making a special guest appearance,   Arwel Huw Morgan.

Tickets £5 donation to raise funds for Barrington Village Hall.  

Please call Pat McGarry on 07773 101520 to book.

There will be a pay bar for pre concert drinks, doors open 7pm for a 7.30 start

THE ELIZABETH EASON FOUNDATION 

The Elizabeth Eason Foundation is an educational charity for the benefit of children living within the Parish of Barrington.   Established in January 1830, this local charity has always supported education for village children, and now makes small grants to young people at school or college for a wide range of educational needs. To download an application form click here, to submit an electronic version click here.

NEW PARISH CLERK

As from June 1st Barrington Parish Council's new Parish Clerk is Julie Ferguson.  

Julie can be contacted on 07783 475200 or by email at barringtonpc@gmail.com 

Sue Applegate has retired from the post having served six very successful years.  

PARISH COUNCIL CHAIRMAN'S ANNUAL REPORT

For a copy of the Chairman's report see here Annual Chairman's Report Mar 19.pdf

WHAT'S ON AT THE VILLAGE HALL

Click here to see the Village Hall diary.  The diary can be found half way down the page.

RING A RIDE - UPDATE FROM ORGANISER

Since we started up the Ring a Ride service in September 2018, volunteers have responded to, and been able to give lifts 20 times, for reasons ranging from appointments for hospital, doctors, opticians, dentists, to shopping and a student’s award ceremony. A total of six different people have used the service so far and on no occasion have we had to turn anyone down. So a big thank you everyone who has provided lifts. I think we can safely say that it has got off to a smooth start and is proving to be a worthwhile asset to the village.  If anyone is interested in becoming a volunteer driver or needs a lift, please contact Pat McGarry on 07773 101520.