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    Welcome Plaque at Entrance of Barwell Park

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    Refurbished Public Toilets

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It's Market Day on Thursday 14th December. There will be Eggs, slippers, sweets and dog treats stalls. Please come along and support your local market.

Mon, 11 Dec 2017 14:00 by Denise Deighton



Dates for your Diary of Barwell Parish Council Events for 2018

Easter Eggtravaganza Saturday 31st March 2018

Barwell by the Sea Saturday 14th July 2018

Strongman Saturday 2nd June 2018

Brass on the Grass and Teddy Bear's Picnic Saturday 11th August 2018 More »

Jumble Sale Saturday 20th October 2018

Under 12's Halloween Party Saturday 27th October 2018

WWI Vintage Tea Party Saturday 3rd November 2018

Christmas Lights Switch On Saturday 24th November 2018 » Less

Thu, 07 Dec 2017 11:06 by Deputy Clerk



After another successful Barwell Light Switch-on, Barwell Parish Council would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who attended and supported this community event. Special thanks go to Mike Hall – Leader of the Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council for switching on the lights, James Wheatley Junior from The Carousel Showground for their continued support, Chris Probert from The Blacksmiths Arms, DJ Chris Reeves, The Church Brigade Band and Choir, the children from Barwell Junior School Choir and not forgetting Sven and Mysa the Real Reindeer who were a huge attraction again this year. More »

Special thanks also go to Keeley Holland of Barrie Road, Hinckley for donating this year's tree. When Keeley decided to cut down the large 30ft spruce tree in her back garden, she kindly offered it to Barwell Parish Council who immediately accepted her offer.

Barwell Parish Council Chairman Barry Granger said "I was honoured to accept this tree on behalf of the Parish Council, this is a wonderful gesture of goodwill and enables us to save a huge amount of money which we can now put towards our planned children's events for 2018. The light switch-on is always a special event in the village, with the whole of Barwell coming together to celebrate the official start of the Christmas Celebrations and as a Parish Council we are all very proud that this was another successful event for the village." » Less

Wed, 06 Dec 2017 10:29 by Deputy Clerk