Village Green High Street
Barlborough is a village in the district of Bolsover, county of Derbyshire, formerly Barleburg, 'Fort by Boar Wood' and is documented in the 1086 Domesday Book. The village is rich in interesting buildings including the Church of St James the Greater, the Old Hall, the impressive Village Cross and the ornate Memorial Arch.
The village is within easy reach of the National Rail Network, the Trans Pennine Cycle Trail and local airports. Hospitality and dining are catered for by the many hostelries, hotels, bed & breakfasts, restaurants and fast food outlets.
Barlborough is a popular destination for visitors, particularly walkers. Situated on Junction 30 of the M1.
The Parish Council commissioned an ecological report for the pond.
The No FishingNo Swimming signs were erected following the recommendations of this report in order to preserve the wildlife and their habitats.
Posted: Thu, 19 Sep 2019 13:32 by Jennifer Kendall
Windfarm Grants are still available from the Parish Council
Posted: Wed, 24 Jul 2019 09:58 by Jennifer Kendall
Subject to the approval of Derbyshire County Council and Bolsover District Council, the Parish Council has approved the planting of wildflower verges.
If you have any ideas of where the planting should be please email the Clerk
Posted: Wed, 10 Jul 2019 11:13 by Jennifer Kendall