The Barton upon Humber Civic Society is affiliated to the
national body for Amenity Societies, the Civic Trust, as well as
the Lincoln Federation of Amenity Societies.
The Civic Society aim to promote an interest in Barton's past and future and to take an active role in the way the community develops by cooperating with others to preserve what is good about the town and improve what is poor.
The Civic Society is currently based in the upstairs room of 51 Fleetgate.
The Civic Society regularly have talks, lectures and outings on a variety of topics. They have also produced a number of trails around the town which are available from the Society and on this website by clicking here. The Civic Society regularly take part in National campaigns such as Tree Week and Environment Week.
Good marks and awards are awarded each year for good planning
and design of buildings. Plaques are also installed on historic
The Society is coordinated by an Executive Committee elected at the Annual General Meeting held in June. Sub-committees undertake a lot of the work. These are the Environment sub-committee and the Heritage sub-committee.
The Society is funded entirely from subscriptions, donations and fund raising. The Society has extensive archives relating to the parish mostly from the late 1960s to the present. Items are stored at 51 Fleetgate and may be studied there (but cannot be signed out).
As a valued member of the society you may...
Various items of local interest are available - please visit the Barton upon Humber Civic Society for more details.
Waterside Walk, Victorian Walk, Georgian Walk are all free from
various outlets in Barton including the library etc. (or the
Barton Walk section of this website).
Membership forms are available and fees can be paid to the Civic Society treasurer. (or click below for a printable form)
For more information on the Barton upon Humber Civic Society visit their website Barton upon Humber Civic Society.
View the Civic Trust website by clicking here...
Would you like to join the Civic Society? If you would
like to join the society it is open to anyone anywhere in the
world. Just click here
for a printable application form. The subscriptions run from 1st April
If you do decide to become a member of the Civic Society you don't have to do anything, but you will be able to take part in any of the Society's activities and receive a newsletter which will keep you up to date with matters affecting Barton's environment. You will also be able to vote at the Annual General Meeting and eligible to serve on the committee.
Your support is needed to improve and maintain Barton's environment, whether active or passive.
Contrast & Variety with Barton's Civic Society.
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