Grand Opening of the Community Hall
Saturday 24th February 11.30 -13.30
February 22nd, 2024
October 5th, 2022
Granby, Barnstone & District Branch present
Ukraine – ‘So what’ for the UK and NATO?
A talk by Sir Andrew Pulford GCB CBE DL
Saturday 29th October 2022
Granby Village Hall 7.30 pm
Tickets £10 (including Ploughman’s Supper)
Pre- purchase required. Spaces limited.
Bar and Raffle
Proceeds to the Poppy Appeal
Tickets available from Andrew Charlett
01949 861446 or email@example.com
July 15th, 2022
The Mayor of the Borough of Rushcliffe
Councillor Tina Combellack
Would like to invite you and guest to join her on the occasion of the Rushcliffe Borough Council Civic Service, to be held at
St Andrew’s Church, Church Lane, Langar, Nottingham, NG13 9HG
on Sunday, 17 July 2022 at 2pm
and afterwards for refreshments
Please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
May 16th, 2022
Invitation to the Annual Parish Meeting from the Chairman of Langar cum Barnstone Parish Council
Saturday 28th May 2022
Barnstone Village Hall at 14.00
Light refreshments will be provided
May 13th, 2022
The Vale Market Café
Saturday 14th May 2022
Barnstone Village Hall 10 a.m. – 12 noon
Eat and drink with friends & neighbours
Browse the stalls & purchase locally made
or sourced produce and exchange books
No cakes for sale (the bakers are on holiday)
Roy Gretton (of Langar) will be in attendance hosting a book signing) entitled No Deals, Mr. President.
A thriller based on the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962.
March 21st, 2022
Please see attached the March Signpost edition
Articles include the following:
‘We Can Do This’! campaign
2 free hot drinks voucher, from the Naturescape Café
A reminder that the next Vale Market Café is on Saturday 9th April
Plus much more!
I hope you find it an interesting read.
February 9th, 2022
Dear Langar and Barnstone Community Member,
Langar School Council, in co-operation with Lucy Paine and James Barlow, have been looking into the road safety issues that we have in the villages.
You may have passed us many of us in the morning as we walk or cycle to school. Lots of us want to travel to school like this as it is good for our health and the environment. It is also good for us to start to do this independently as we get older and prepare for secondary school.
However, lots of us worry about getting across Musters Road; the crossroads between Barnstone and Langar. We know that lots of residents and parents worry about this crossing too.
The local councillors, Neil Clarke and Tina Combellack, share our concerns about the junction and they are really keen to support finding a way to make the crossing and getting to school safer. However, to make things happen we need to collect some information, in part so that whatever might be put in place meets the needs of us all.
So, whether or not you have a school age child, we would really value your answers to a few short questions. Please either reply by e-mail (email@example.com) or by dropping your completed questionnaire off at Langar School where there will be a box for them.
October 4th, 2019