After successful trial ‘drop-in’ sessions with the Meon Valley Neighbourhood Watch last year, we will be welcoming them back on Thursday 23rd January from 10am to midday. This is your opportunity to:
- ask about current initiatives in the Meon Valley
- raise concerns about recent events near you
- propose or discuss ideas that Neighbourhood Watch could get involved in to help improve security near you
Find out more about the Meon Valley Neighbourhood Watch team on their Facebook page at facebook.com/MeonValleyNHW, or just pop in to Barnaby’s on Thursday morning for a coffee and a chat.
Barnaby’s will be back at 10am on Saturday 4th January, with a rather fabulous new look. Come along and see what we have been up to over the festive break, then tell us what you think over a coffee!
We look forward to seeing you all this Saturday.
Barnaby’s is now closed until 10am on Saturday 4th January 2020. We wish all our wonderful customers, suppliers, Team Leaders and volunteers a happy and peaceful festive season.
We’ll be back in the New Year with a great new look, and a new environmentally-friendly way to enjoy your coffee. See you then.
Barnaby’s will be helping you to celebrate Christmas with free mince pies all this week! So, simply order a hot drink (tea or coffee), and you’ll receive a yummy mince pie in place of your normal complimentary coffee biscuit!
Plus, we have our special festive offer of a gingerbread latte and a gingerbread man for just £2.50. Happy Christmas everyone.
December is here! To help us all get in the mood for Christmas, Barnaby’s now has a number of new festive specials available for you to enjoy:
- yummy gingerbread latte and a gingerbread man for just £2.50
- individual gingerbread man for just 40p
- new festive flavoured biscotti
During Christmas week, all Barnaby’s visitors will be able to enjoy a free mince pie in place of our normal complimentary coffee biscuits. Take your mind off all that shopping – come on in and enjoy a little festive treat or two with your friends!
Barnaby’s is a very tangible asset to the community – a charming, friendly and social place to share a little time together with your friends. Behind-the-scenes, Barnaby’s is much more than that. After we meet our running costs, Barnaby’s supports community projects, charities and other ventures through our Charity Awareness Scheme (CAS). Recently, these have included:
- Alzheimers Society
- Childrens Society
- Fit For Felix
- Friends of Teso
- Girl Guides
- Leukaemia Care UK
- Macmillan Cancer Research
- Prostate Cancer
- Royal British Legion
- Rowans Hospice
- St. George Foundation
- Swanmore Lions
- Swanmore Mothers Union
- Swanmore Open Gardens
- Swanmore Village Primary School
To apply to Barnaby’s CAS, please go to barnabys.coffee/charityawarenessscheme and complete a very short form.
This article was first posted in February 2016
In honour of our friend Peter Boraston, who passed away recently, we will be holding a Charity Awareness Day for Leukaemia Care UK on Saturday 23rd November. Half our days takings will be sent to this fabulous charity, so please come and support the cause by buying some yummy homemade cake and a delicious coffee!
For more information about our Charity Awareness Scheme, or to apply for the support it provides, please head to barnabys.coffee/charityawarenessscheme.
This Saturday, Barnaby’s will focus on the work of the Royal British Legion as part of our Charity Awareness Scheme. The RBL was formed in May 192 with the objective of bringing together four national organisations of ex-Servicemen that had established themselves after the First World War:
- National Association of Discharged Sailors & Soldiers
- British National Federation of Discharged & Demobilised Sailors & Soldiers
- Comrades of The Great War
- Officers’ Association
The amalgamation of these diverse bodies can be attributed largely to two men: Field Marshal Earl Haig and Tom Lister. Lord Haig served as President of The RBL until his death in 1928. For more information, head to britishlegion.org.uk.
“Cuppa & Colour” is a fun way for your kids to get stuck in to a little bit of creativity in a lovely safe environment. All this week, Barnaby’s will have drawing ideas available for the U10’s, while you sit back and enjoy a nice velvety coffee and some free wifi!
What will you do with your new found freedom? Read a book? Catch up with friends? Launch a new business? Either way, you’ll find drawings and pencils ready for little ones when you get here. Pin their creations up on the noticeboard to win a prize at the end of the week!