WHAT'S ON AT THE BARBOUR
Click here for a full list of regular classes and groups at the Barbour Institute.
For detail of upcoming events at the Barbour – click here – or scroll down for the Barbour Institute Notice Board
The Barbour Institute has a variety of lovely rooms which can host anything from a small and intimate wedding, to a reception for 100 guests.
Exciting news is that the building now has a Wedding Licence, meaning that you can have your ceremony and reception in one place.
Birthdays only come once a year! So use the opportunity carefully and book an amazing day or night, at the Barbour! Click here for more details.
Take a scenic tour around the Barbour Institute with our gallery.
The Barbour Institute has a variety of rooms which can accommodate all business requirements, from breakfast meetings to conferences. Please call the office to find out more.
Looking for a venue to perform a show? We have an amazing stage area and other theatre and show facilities. Click here to find out more!
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Tattenhall’s Village Hall
Upcoming Events at the Barbour Institute
Sat 8th Sept—Film Night at the Barbour presents—Family Special—The Greatest Showman Sing Along, 6pm start
Sun 23rd Sept—TADs Adult Panto Auditions, 5-6pm
Mon 24th Sept – TADs Kid’s Panto Auditions, from 6-7pm
Weds 26th Sept— Film Night at the Barbour presents—The Post, 8pm start
Thurs 4th October—Rural Touring Arts presents – The Curse of the Mummy and The Blue Carbuncle, 7.30pm
Sat 6th Oct—200 Club £1500 Grand Prize Draw, 3pm
Sun 7th Oct—Jumble Sale 2.00-4.00pm
Fri 12th and Sat 13th Oct—Tattenhall Beer Festival
Sun 21st Oct—Book Sale, 10am—3.30pm
Weds 24th Oct– Film Night at the Barbour Presents—3 Billboards Outside Ebbing, 8pm start
Thurs 8th Nov—Sun 11th Nov Tattenhall Armistice Centenary Celebrations.
Sun 18th Nov—Tactile Show
Look out for the full list of new titles for Film Night at the Barbour films and get in touch for more details of any events!
Could you be the person we are looking for?
Tattenhall Community Association would like to recruit a relief Caretaker for the Barbour Institute, to cover holidays and help out at very busy times of the year.
Duties would include moving tables and chairs around to suit the needs of our user groups; general management of the building and keeping the rooms tidy. Payment would be at the relevant minimum wage.
Training will be given to the successful applicant and anyone interested should contact Pat Black, Chairman of Trustees, at the Barbour Institute, High Street, Tattenhall CH3 9PX; telephone 01829 771641; email firstname.lastname@example.org.