local groupsWithin our villages we have a number of local groups who meet to share interests, skills and hobbies. Many are looking for new members and all welcome any contribution you can make to their club or society.

If you have a group and would like to have some local internet exposure then please tell us here where you can have free advertising.

So, if you run the Brownies, Scouts,  Football, or Whatever team, Society or club we welcome your contributions to this page,

Remember, by using this site, you not only have a local audience, you have an international presence as we get hits from every country in the world as we are more interesting than we think  why not go to the history pages and see why!


Barnburgh and Harlington Allotments

allotmentsWe are lucky in that we have 2 allotment sites in our villages. Situated on Barnburgh Lane, Barnburgh  and Furlong Road Harlington.  Known as Barnburgh Allotments the Barnburgh Lane site is managed by the Parish Council and the Furlong Road site known as Barnburgh and Harlington Allotments are self-managed.

Applications for allotments should be made to each sites allotment society but due to the popularity of 'growing your own' demand is strong and there are waiting lists at both sites.  Barnburgh and Harlington site have their own web page here


Mothers Union

mothers unionWelcome to the Barnburgh and Harlington Branch of the Mothers Union

The Mothers' Union is a Christian organisation which promotes the well-being of families worldwide.  We achieve this by: Developing prayer and spiritual growth in families, Studying and reflecting on family life and marriage and their place in society.

Meetings second Tuesday of every month in Church Hall at 2pm

and every 4th Monday at 7:30pm

Interested?  phone Christine Harget 01709 892720


Women's Institute

the womens instituteWelcome to the Barnburgh and Harlington Branch of the Women's Institute

The Women's Institute was originally formed in 1915 with two clear aims: to revitalise rural communities and to encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War.

The Women's Institute is  largest organisation for women in the UK with 215,000 members we have a branch in our village. Its not all 'Jam and Jerusalem' It is about enabling women to provide an effective role in the community, Interested?  Please contact us

The Village Singers

village singers

We are a ladies choir, founded in the summer of 2002 by our conductor, Julia Bullars, and now have thirty members, including our pianist Jonathan Storer. We practice each Wednesday evening in Barnburgh Social Club. 

We sing regularly at local venues and charity functions, and we are happy to sing at weddings and private parties for a modest fee! Our programme includes classical and religious music, songs from the shows, modern ballads, folk songs and new compositions and arrangements. 

Visit their website here  or contact Julia here

Barnburgh Male Voice Choir

barnburgh male voice choirNot only do we have a ladies choir in our villages we also have a lads choir These boys would argue that they are much better.. but what woman would agree to that? You can join them at  rehearsals every Thursday at 7.30pm in the church hall.  Where new members welcome. Contact  Guy Taylor 892001 or Doug Walton 01226 755774

or you can visit their web site


Barnburgh Bell Ringers

Bell RingersThere is a regular peel from St. Peters Church provided by a dedicated group of bell ringers.   They have championed the replacement of the bell tower framework and the restoration of the original bells.  New ringers are urgently required! Don't worry if you are a novice, You will be taught safely by experts.  It's friendly and it's fun!  Why not give it a try?  Practice nights are Tuesdays at 7pm

Interested Contact Neil Semley 01709 895320


Community Leisure Association  

community leisure groupWe are fortunate that in our villages there is a group of concerned residents who over the years have doggedly tried to provide play equipment for our children. They have many projects that they would like to complete to benefit all the community but, They Need Help! Please consider joining their group.  Please come along volunteers of any age welcome.

Contact them via the Parish Clerk here


Local History Group 

local history groupThe group have published 2 books about the history of our villages. They welcome new members at their meetings so if you feel you have something to contribute or wish to help please contact them.  Meetings Wednesdays 10.00am to 12.00am

Interested? Contact Terry Middleton 01226 745028


Barnburgh Brownies

Barnburgh BrowniesAre you a girl aged 7-10 years old?  Do you like making things, playing games, learning songs, joining in sleepovers and going on holiday? Then get in touch! The Brownies meet every Wednesday

Interested? Contact Louise Fleetwood 07720 843424