On Monday 5th September, Barnaby’s returns to its normal full schedule. As such, a wider number of shifts are now available for our amazing volunteers to choose from in ShiftController, right through the autumn. Please log in today and choose the shifts you’d like.
If you’re new to the area and would like to see what it’s all about, why not join us for a short trial shift? We’d love to hear from you! Head to barnabys.coffee/volunteer to find out more.
Our normal hours are:
||2pm to 4.30pm
||2pm to 4.30pm
||9am to midday
2pm to 4.30pm
||9am to midday
2pm to 4.30pm
||10am to 1pm
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.
Calling all budding young artists! We have got lots of drawings for you to get stuck in to this summer, leaving your parents/carers free to enjoy a quiet coffee in peace!
Every drawing completed by you and pinned to the ’Cuppa & Colour’ board earns an ice cream from one of our wonderful volunteers.
We look forward to seeing you all,
Barnaby’s Summer Schedule kicks off this week. Our opening hours from now until Tuesday 6th September will be:
- Thursday (10-12 and 2-4)
- Friday (10-12 and 2-4)
- Saturday (10-1)
If you are a volunteer and would like to pick up a shift or two, please log in to ShiftController today and grab the shifts you’d like. We look forward to seeing you!
This Saturday marks the beginning of our usual summer schedule. In order to give our amazing volunteers a very well-deserved break, our Summer Schedule will be:
Saturday 23rd July to Thursday 11th August
Thursday 11th August to Tuesday 6th September
Open Thursday, Friday (10-12 and 2-4)
Open Saturday (10-1)
Some truly stunning classic cars gathered outside Barnaby’s this Saturday, as part of our Classic Cars @ Barnaby’s series that runs until October. Images can be seen on our Facebook page.
As ever, our fabulous volunteers ran a popup coffee shop in support, offering tea, coffee and homemade cakes. It raised well over £100, which we’ll be giving to Macmillan Cancer Support.
Our next gathering of classic cars is on Saturday 27th August.
You are invited to join the BBT on Saturday 16th July at 1030 in a celebration event to thank Bill Jones for everything he has done to contribute towards the success of Barnaby’s.
(No need to RSVP – just turn up!)
Bill has been an integral part of Barnaby’s since the very beginning. His enthusiasm, positivity, can-do attitude and straight-talking style have been exactly what Barnaby’s has needed, in good times and in challenging times. Bill has always spoken up for our volunteers, for good coffee, and for the village. He justly deserves a celebration of his efforts, and a well-earned rest. Thank you Bill!
The subject of our Charity Awareness Scheme (CAS) this month is the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC). We have an RNRMC rep in the village and a serving Royal Marines soldier – both were in Barnaby’s on Saturday.
As will all CAS events, half of our takings on the day were added to whatever donations were made by you – our fabulous customers – and given straight to the RNRMC.
About the RNRMC – serving in the Royal Navy or Royal Marines represents an enduring commitment to protecting our island nation. This commitment is not without sacrifice. Those who serve can find themselves in a uniquely difficult and dangerous environment facing extended periods of time separated from loved ones, often with very little opportunity for communication. Head to rnrmc.org.uk to find out more.
On Saturday 18th June, we’ll be hosting a number of trainee dogs from Hounds For Heroes as part of our Charity Awareness Scheme. Come and meet ‘Aurora’ and her handler John Branson. She is a 12-month old golden retriever in training for Hounds For Heroes. In the next year, she will join a higher training program ahead of becoming an assistant dog. John will be able to tell you the amazing things that these dogs are capable of and how they are trained.
Half of Barnaby’s takings on Saturday will be added to your donations, and sent to Hounds For Heroes. Please come and give them your support.
The second in the Classic Cars @ Barnaby’s series was a great success, with a large number of cars on show for the first time. Some came from as far east as Bosham and as far north as Guildford. Word is clearly getting out!
As before, Barnaby’s popup coffee shop was there in support. Event organiser Alastair Walton offered to give all of the days takings to the Jubilee Sailing Trust, and £182 was donated! As luck would have it, JST Ambassador Roger Morfill was in Barnaby’s having a coffee, so we sent him home with a big cheque! The picture shows Sarah Walton handing it over to a very happy Roger.
Thank you to all who came, enjoyed, and donated. Our next Classic Cars @ Barnaby’s event is on 25th June.