Free shortbread!

Barnaby’s will go a bit Scottish next week, in support of the mighty wordsmith Rabbie Burns. Your favourite coffee will come with a yummy (and free) piece of delicious Scottish shortbread!

Born in 1759, Burns is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland – a fact celebrated on the date of his birthday – 25th January. We’ll be dishing out the shortbread on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Stocking fillers from Barnaby’s

Looking for that easy-to-wrap stocking filler for the coffee lover in your life?  Excellent news, because Barnaby’s re-useable & collapsible coffee cups are now in stock!  Choose from green or black for just £10.

Note that during Christmas week  Barnaby’s is open on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 10-12.

Special hours confirmed for Christmas Week

Many of you have been enjoying Barnaby’s in the run-up to Christmas – either to meet up with friends for the first time in a while, or to sit with your laptop and research potential present ideas, or to give your kids that special end-of-term treat. To help support this need, Barnaby’s will have special opening hours during Christmas Week:

  • Monday 20th December 10am to noon
  • Tuesday 21st December 10am to noon
  • Wednesday 22nd December 10am to noon

Barnaby’s will be back on Tuesday 4th January 2022.


Classic Cars close out the year


This Saturday, Barnaby’s will play host to the last in our series of Classic Car Summer events.  Any pre-1990 vehicles are invited to attend and showcase themselves. Doors open at 10am.

All visitors, kids, dogs and families are welcome too!  Barnaby’s popup coffee shop will be there with teas, coffees and homemade cakes from our friends at Bishops Waltham Country Market.

Our Classic Cars events will return in April 2022.

Welcome back Michael!

It was a pleasure to be able to host Rev Michael Smith and his team at Barnaby’s yesterday (Thursday 11th November). A couple of years ago, we assisted Michael in the set-up of a community coffee shop in Hatch Warren near Basingstoke – Michaels parish at the time.

Michael was back at Barnaby’s for some advice on a similar venture he is setting up at his new parish in Bournemouth. Good luck Michael!

Charity Awareness Day – Saturday 6th November

This Saturday and all next week, we will be championing the work of the Royal British Legion. It has particular resonance this year, as it marks the 100th Anniversary of the RBL. There will be lots of slides on the big screen in Barnaby’s recognising the events of Armistice Day,  the daily Act of Remembrance at the Menin Gate in Ypres, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in London. As always with our Charity Awareness Days, half of Saturday takings will be given to the RBL.

Please head to to find out more about our Charity Awareness Days and to put forward a charity of your choice that we could support as part of the scheme.

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