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Barnaby’s hosts coffee mornings and get-togethers all the time. Details here, and on our Facebook page.

Join us this Friday

We are delighted to be playing our part in the Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning, in support of Macmillan Cancer Support. This Friday 30th September, our amazing volunteers look forward to serving you  with coffee and yummy homemade cake from 9am-12noon. Please pop along- bring your family and your friends and be part of something truly amazing!

CAN’T MAKE IT?
You can donate direct on our Macmillan donation page at thyg.uk/BUS007479915

CALLING ALL CAKE BAKERS!
Fancy baking a cake for Macmillan?  Please drop your marvellous creation – large or small –  in to Barnaby’s between 4-5pm on Thursday 29th September. It all counts, so thank you!

Barnaby’s set for The Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning!

Over £10m has been raised through The Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning over the years, and Barnaby’s are delighted to confirm that we’ll be getting involved again in 2022.  Set your calendars for Friday 30th September for a coffee and a slice of homemade cake.

You can donate now at thyg.uk/BUS007479915 or join us on the day to be part of something truly amazing!

Fancy baking a cake for Macmillan? If so, watch out for details of when you can drop your marvellous creation off for us to sell.

Red Cross Buns for Easter Week

In support of our donations to the work of the International Red Cross in the Ukraine, our friends at Bishops Waltham Country Market have made us some fabulous Red Cross buns! They will be in Barnaby’s on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday only, so grab yours while you can!

We’ll be closed from 4.30pm on Thursday to start Barnaby’s Annual Spring Clean. We’ll be back at 10am on Saturday 23rd April to welcome the return of our Classic Car weekends.

We loved it!

Barnaby’s hosted “Hamish” and “Mouse” from local charity Helping Hooves on Saturday. Loads of you came out to meet, brush and love our two new furry friends, and donated almost £200 to the cause!

Speaking to Abbie at the end of the morning, she said “We loved it! Thank you so much for having us, and for helping to raise our profile.”  It was Abbies birthday too, which made the whole thing all the more special. Apparently, she particularly enjoying having Alastair (BBT) and Gary (Village CSO) singing “Happy Birthday” to her quite loudly across the car park…

The Irish are coming…

St.Patricks Day is on Thursday. It is an event that commemorates the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, and the heritage of the Irish in general. Celebrations first began in the 17th Century, and today they generally involve public parades, festivals, cèilidhs and the wearing of shamrocks.

To mark the occasion, we’ve got a rather awesome Guinness cake coming, made by one of our fabulous volunteer bakers – when it’s gone, it’s gone!

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.