Welcome to our village community website

Barton-in-Fabis is a small rural village located 6 miles south-west of Nottingham and adjacent to the River Trent with Attenborough on the opposite bank. We are a civil parish in the Rushcliffe district and at the last census (2011) we had a population of 266 residents.

This website tells you more about the village and our surroundings and will keep you up to date about different activities and events that we organise for the local community and any of our friends and visitors who wish to visit.

Upcoming events

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Thank you to our supporters and sponsors for helping us set up and maintain this website. We would like to thank Rex Walker (Borough Councillor), the Parish Council, and Rod Langham for their financial support. In addition we thank the businesses listed below for their advertising support - please click on their names for more information about them.

Barton Village Hall & Bar

Barton Village Hall (BVH) is a listed charitable body formed as a Trust in 1967 by Lieutenant Colonel Clifton, previously having been the original village school on Colonel Clifton’s estate. It now acts as a key focus for many social and pastoral functions within the community, mostly organised and coordinated by the BVH Committee. BVH can be hired for private functions as well. Find out more by clicking on the links above.

Parish Council
The Parish Council works closely with local, regional and national agencies to represent the local community, deliver services to meet local needs, and improve the quality of life and community well-being. The Parish Council is consulted on all local planning applications and is active in commenting on any significant schemes of development that may influence life in the parish.