Welcome to the church of St Peter in the village of Barton, Cambridgeshire. This was a flourishing village even in Saxon times, for it is mentioned three times in the Domesday Book. In modern times, the village is part of the Lordsbridge Team Ministry in the Bourn Deanery of the Diocese of Ely, with Team Vicar Rev. Rebecca Gilbert taking special responsibility for Barton and the neighbouring villages of Coton, Haslingfield and Harlton.
Our Parish Church is open for private and public prayer, for worship, or just to visit, during daylight hours each and every day.
Village Groups, Organisations and Businesses are invited to decorate a Christmas Tree to be staged in St Peter’s Church over the weekend of 8th& 9th December.
Trees can be in any medium, natural, artificial, own construction with decorations and battery powered lights (NO electric lighting). Dimensions of trees range from 3.5ft – 5ft (1.0668m – 1,534m). Trees to be staged in their own stands/pots.
Allocation and position to be on a first come, first served basis.
Setting up/decorating of trees to take place on: Sunday 2nd December from 2.00 pm Thursday 6th December from 6.00 pm Friday 7th December from 10.00 am
Special preview for subscribing Friends of St Peter’s on Friday 7th December, 6.00 – 9.00 pm. Mulled wine to be served.
On Saturday 8th the Festival will take place at the same time as the Barton Gardeners’ Coffee and Mince Pie Morning, and Barton School Fayre in the afternoon. Morning coffee will also be available in the Church, and tea and cakes in the afternoon. On Sunday afternoon tea and cakes will be served in the Church.
For more details and to reserve your tree’s place, contact: Ruth Bond 01223 262985 firstname.lastname@example.org Margaret Winterbourne 01223 262353 email@example.com