Reopening The Barlow
Chairman’s Update 25th April 2020
We are simply Social Distancing
we’re here to help and we’ll see you all soon
HELP FROM THE BARLOW DURING THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS
The Trustees at the Barlow have looked to ensure that a copy of the CV Leaflet Blue has been hand delivered to every household in North Turton Parish, however it appears that we have missed a small number of properties so please find the detail and the support numbers available to you below, if the individual that you call cannot immediately answer your query they have full back up and a small army of volunteers ready to help and support.
The Barlow – Covid19 update
The Barlow Trustees and Operational Management teams met yesterday afternoon (Monday 16 March) to agree on a strategy moving forward in light of the current situation.
It was decided that we will follow the Government guidelines in all respects and the advice at that time was to carry on with caution and increased hygiene practices. We had made provision for each user group to make its own decision on whether to carry on meeting at the Barlow and that the Barlow would kept open until such time as Government advice changed.
Three hours later the Government advice did change and we have all been advised to avoid non-essential contact for the foreseeable future.
Therefore it is with great reluctance that we must stop all gatherings at the Barlow with immediate effect and all User Groups will be informed accordingly. The Reading Room Cafe is now closed (from March 16) until further notice.
The Barlow office will be closed, but if you need help you can leave a message on 01204 852216 or alternatively, you can e-mail email@example.com. In either case, we shall respond to you as quickly as we are able.
This is a truly dynamic situation and as the position changes we will notify immediately. We are also looking to put in place some form of shopping collection service for the most vulnerable in our community, although the details of such a service has yet to be agreed.
The Barlow is there to be the Community hub for all and we wish it to serve the community as well as is safe and practicable throughout this crisis and beyond, if you need help during this difficult period or believe that you can provide help please do not hesitate to contact us.
Chairman – Barlow Trustees
The Barlow Edgworth
Set within the stunning Lancashire countryside, the village of Edgworth is home to the charming estate known as The Barlow. Built in 1909 and nestled in the heart of the village the Barlow is firmly embedded in the local community, offering a place to meet, relax, play and explore for local residents and visitors to the area alike.
The Barlow has an assortment of facilities for events from private parties to corporate functions, and offers a truly unique wedding venue with its captivating and attractive décor. Relax with a coffee in the Reading Room Coffee Shop and Bar, be entertained at one of our events or bring your children to the playground.
FOR READING ROOM COFFEE SHOP AND BAR, EVENTS AND MENUS – CLICK HERE
FOR THE HISTORIC WORLD WAR ONE COLLECTION – CLICK HERE
The Barlow offers a home to many village activities for all age groups from toddlers to the more mature! It also organises a wide range of special events which we hope will involve the whole family. Here is a flavour of what is going on. For details of events please visit our What’s On page. If you want to keep up to date sign up below to receive our newsletter:
Hello all, The specific policy and guidelines for a general reopening of the Barlow is currently being written, will be issued as […]
Thinking of getting married, or know someone who is? Why not suggest The Barlow, we’ll make it a day to remember!
The Trustees at the Barlow have looked to ensure that a copy of the CV Leaflet Blue has been hand delivered to every […]
Minutes of Open Meeting on 22nd January
Saturday, 15th February Enjoy a special Valentine’s Afternoon Tea, with Prosecco, in the Main Hall.
Come along to the Panto!
To discuss future plans and ideas for The Barlow
Wednesday, 11th December
Be transported back 100 years to Wessex at Christmas
Friday, 29th November
We are recruiting for two volunteer posts
Browse the biographies of men from the village
Come and join us for a great night
A fun event
Young people learn about Annie Barlow’s Egyptian finds
This weekend – 4th to 6th October
Results of the Parish Council Meeting 7.10.19
Lots of spooky fun
A programme of Sunday music events
A must for history buffs!
From The Barlow Board of Trustees
There have been exciting developments at The Barlow and we want to keep you in the loop.
SECRETARY TO TRUSTEES
June 2019 update
A few pictures from last night
Photos from the Fun Day on Sunday – were you there?
Click “Read More” to access important information for the AGM
A “Champion Day Out”
Details of AGM to be held on 30th May 2019
Friday, 26th April
You should have been at The Barlow today. See what you missed!
The Reading Room Coffee Shop
Help us to keep The Barlow going at the centre of the community
Sunday, 14th April
The results of the consultation
Getting ready for The Beatles Singalong
An important proposal for consideration:
Update from the Barlow Chair of Trustees 13.02.19 […]
12th Feb – to discuss strategy
Minutes of Meetings
The panto is back! Oh yes it is!
View some of our current work
Christmas and New Year Opening
Agreement between Edgworth Cricket and Recreation Club and The Barlow Charity
Update from the Chair of the Barlow Trustees
Saturday, 8th December
Remember those who died
Minutes of Meetings
“Wonderful lively show”
AN UPDATE FROM THE NEW BOARD OF TRUSTEES
8th August 2018
1st August 2018
The Fun Day on 10th June was a great success and we could not have wished for better weather. Thanks to everyone […]
Sunday, 10th June
27 April – Radio Interview
Saturday, 9th December
Stories of Turton Men
Don’t miss the hugely popular Edgworth Folk Festival!
Visit to The Barlow
31st July 2017
Sunday 11th June Lots of fun for all the family
Check to see what is coming up shortly.
EVERY WEDNESDAY – 10:00 – 12:00 – The Barlow, Edgworth From 0yrs – 5 yrs – £1.50 Including Drink & Snack A local community […]
Patrick Basil Barlow – the only WW1 soldier from Edgworth who went to Oxford.
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