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Welcome to the Barton upon Humber Civic Society website. In the following pages you will find more information about the activities of the Society and its values. You will also be able to keep up to date with latest news and events.
|The Beck after restoration by the Civic Society.|
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Join us on our Civic Society visit to Grantham
Thursday 15 August
The Lincolnshire town of Grantham – the destination for our anniversary summer trip.
The itinerary starts at the Grade 1 listed Old Kings School which Isaac Newton attended.
Members of Grantham Civic Society will then show us their “blue plaque” trail to discover the town’s fascinating heritage including the historic Market Place, Market Cross and the Old Conduit, St Wulfram's Church including the Trigg Library - maybe the oldest public library in the country.
For those who want it, there’s a sandwich lunch* (and a brief talk) at the Angel & Royal Hotel - one of the oldest inns in the country and visited by several kings or there are lots of cafes and restaurants for you to choose yourself.
Grantham Museum has displays about Margaret Thatcher, Isaac Newton and special exhibitions including one about the Dambusters raids.
Everything is within easy walking distance of our coach drop off, and there will be time to explore the shops and sites independently.
Tickets are £20 and can be booked at the Wilderspin National School Museum (01652 635172).
Departure 08.30 from the Wilderspin National School, Queen Street – free car parking available.
* not inc. in ticket -sandwiches and chips £7.95pp or around £10 to include a choice of tea or coffee.
Barton Civic Society is looking for a web designer to develop a new website for the society. Details of how to apply here.
The 2019 programme of talks and events has been published. Click here for details.
Important note - Civic Society wins CPRE award
Visit the Barton and District History Group website here (Barton Civic Society is not responsible for the contents of external websites)
Visit the Ted Lewis website
(Barton Civic Society is not responsible for
the contents of external websites)
The full version of
The Beck: Its History and Restoration
The Burnby Hall Gardens and Museum Trip 2015 report is
available to read here.
The Darfield Museum Coach Trip 2014 report is available
The full version of The Beck: Its History and Restoration
The Burnby Hall Gardens and Museum Trip 2015 report is available to read here.
The Darfield Museum Coach Trip 2014 report is available here.
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For more information about the history of Barton upon Humber please visit www.inbarton.co.uk.
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