Barton Parish Council
The Parish of Barton lies at the foot of Ullswater in the Lake District National Park. There is one village in the parish, Pooley Bridge, and the parish comprises beautiful rolling farmland and fells rising majestically to Arthur’s Pike overlooking Lake Ullswater, often regarded as the most beautiful lake in the England.
Please use our website to view Parish Council minutes, agendas and other information, and links to local organisations within our parish and surrounding area.
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Catch up on all the latest news around the Parish – events, celebrations and meetings you might be interested in.
A Digital Inclusion Event is planned for Tuesday 17th January 2017 at 7pm in Parkin Memorial Hall, Pooley Bridge. Come along and discover how to get the best out of superfast broadband and find out what’s happening.read more
Ullswater Yacht Club has been named as Club of the Year 2017. The February edition of Yachts and Yachting magazine, just published (January 6), announces that UYC beat four other shortlisted clubs across the country to win the prestigious award.read more
On Saturday 3 September, The Friends of the Ullswater Way are inviting members of local communities to join them on the inaugural walk of the Ullswater Way – a recently opened 20 mile walking route that circumnavigates the lake through a spectacular landscape, rich in history and cultural heritage.read more