Bartonian - The local newspaper - Selected Articles


Most householders living in Barton upon Humber receive a newspaper free of charge around April, July and November every year. This has a mixture of local news, appeals for help and local stories from local people, along with other items. For the ex-Bartonians who have moved on from our town here is a selection of some of the more interesting articles from the Bartonian for you to read.

April 2006 issue 38 Gran's Rabbit Pies.      
November 2005 issue 37 Attempted Wife Murder in 1860's Barton      
July 2005 issue 36 Barton Waterside Hot Cakes and Treacle    
April 2005 issue 35 The weather in Barton during 2004 - a wetter year A Fish and Chip Shop in your Front Room Barton Town Award 2005 From a Reader
November 2004 issue 34 The Barton Waterside Sports The Origin of Barton's Cycling Club(s) Weather Report  
July 2004 issue 33 Ships That Pass in the Night Barton Ambulance Service    
April 2004 issue 32 The Weather in Barton During 2003 - Back to Normal? Town Award Book Review  
November 2003 issue 31 Traffic Congestion, Fitness and Mrs Brown Books on the History of Barton    
July 2003 issue 30 I Wish We'd Looked After That Bike      
April 2003 issue 29 Town Award 2003 The Weather in Barton During 2002 Maslem Hall - Do You Know Where it is?  
November 2002 issue 28 Priest Hole (Or Not?) Who was Thos Ellerby of Barton, 1809? - Part 3 The Cries Of Not So Old Barton  
July 2002 issue 27 Who was Thos Ellerby of Barton, 1809? - Part 2      
April 2002 issue 26 Town Award The Weather In Barton During 2001 John French MBE  
November 2001 issue 25 What about the Haven by Victor Thompson aged sixty and a half Who was Thos Ellerby of Barton, 1809? - Part 1 A Short History Of - Freemasonry in Barton on Humber  
July 2001 issue 24 Barton Remembered 1939-1945: Those Who Came Back - part 2 The Other Humber Bridge - part 2    
April 2001 issue 23 Barton Remembered 1939-1945: Those Who Came Back - part 1 The Other Humber Bridge - part 1    

please note - inbarton.co.uk is no longer being provided with an electronic copy of the Bartonian so from now on will feature main stories only. inbarton.co.uk would like to apologise for this and would also like to assure readers that if an electronic copy is provided again in the future it will review the situation.

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