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Welcome to the Barton Stacey web site

[ All Saint's Church, Barton Stacey]This site is aimed at people living in, working in, visiting, or just interested in the parish of Barton Stacey, Winchester, Hampshire.


Please delve into the news, events, activities, history, services, and businesses for our community.  Additional information and questions are always welcome through the feedback page.

Open for everyone

The site is a community resource for the whole of Barton Stacey, supported in part with funding provided by the parish council.

Everybody - individuals, groups, businesses - in Barton Stacey civil parish - which includes Newton Stacey, Bransbury, Cocum, and Drayton - is welcome to contribute material and to participate in the site.

To find out more about how this works, read how the site is looking for help .

Updates

We aim to update the site at least monthly, although sometimes this may not be possible.  We make all reasonable efforts to provide good quality information, but can't guarantee its accuracy and currency, nor can we accept responsibility for any difficulties that may arise from its use.

Please let us know if you find something that needs to be changed.

The site is managed by:

Andy Glenister
Borrowdale
Barton Stacey
Winchester
SO21 3RH
England

Telephone: +44 (0)1962 761 444
Email: webmaster@bartonstacey.com

Headlines

First World War Centenary

Village Deisgn Statement

Broadband

News


Cocum Road closing for major resufacing
 News: 13 Apr 2014 - Cocum Road closing for major resufacing 13 Apr Cocum Road closing for major resufacing



Barton Stacey Remembers the First World War
 News: 12 Apr 2014 - Barton Stacey Remembers the First World War 12 Apr Barton Stacey Remembers the First World War with a programme of events



Other news - Select for full list

- 13 Apr Cocum Road closing for major resufacing
- 12 Apr Barton Stacey Remembers the First World War

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Events


Barton Stacey Fun Run 2014 details
Event: 18 May 2014 -  Barton Stacey Fun Run 2014 details 18 May Come along and join in the fun at the Cygnets Fun Run! 10km, 3km and Children’s Races.



Other events - Select for full list

- 18 May Barton Stacey Fun Run 2014 details

Activities

- Cygnets playgroup - For children 2y9m to 5y
- Football - Adult + youth teams
- Tuesday Club - For active 60+
- Players - Drama group
- VIPs - Drama group
- Jubilee Jazz Band - Trad Dixie

Features

BBC Countryside In-depth


Who gave the name to Roberts Road?
Feature: Who gave the name to Roberts Road? Roberts Road in Barton Stacey was named after an illustrious British military leader



Barton Stacey statistics
Feature: Barton Stacey statistics Fascinating facts from the census on people, houses, and work



Derelict village in the 1920s
Feature: Derelict village in the 1920s Cottages stood empty and Barton Stacey was "a haunt of desolation"



Conservation area outline
Feature: Conservation area outline The village centre's characterful buildings tell a story



The Great Fire of 1792
Feature: The Great Fire of 1792 The Great Fire which engulfed Barton Stacey village in 1792


Parish Council matters

Council home page
- Council minutes
- Parish plan home page

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