Category Archives: Wrong Impression

Not So Local Canal Boat Restored

The winner of the Barlborough Treble Bob pub (just off the A619 Tesco roundabout) not so local community project was the Chesterfield Canal Trust. Annette Barlow, the manager of the Treble Bob spent a day with volunteers restoring the John Varley … Continue reading

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Can Someone Peel Off the Rogue Apostrophe?

The Apostrophe Protection Society will be jumping up and down at the rogue apostrophe in this banner. The apostrophe is used to denote possession, but not in “say’s“… N.B. Must also drop the Parish Council a note about suitable colours … Continue reading

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Creating the Wrong Impression…

The Barlborough Flower Festival and Well Dressing event always attracts alot of visitors to Barlborough. They also wander around our lovely village and look at the other gardens. It is a great shame therefore that the Memorial Garden was left in … Continue reading

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