additions or corrections the Past pages may be forwarded to
Jeff Pattison e-mail
This is the home page for the Past of
Barton-under-Needwood it will lead you to three additional pages.
A brief description of the history of the village, a time line of
what happened when in the village and a Roll of Honour in
remembrance of those from the village who gave their lives in the
World Wars. About 2 miles South of Barton-under-Needwood an
exciting memorial is taking shape the National Memorial Arborteum
which commemorates the past by creating a permanent and living
gift for the future.
Anybody wanting to read more about the
History of the village will need to look at "Under the
Needwood Tree" a glimpse into the history of
Barton-under-Needwood by Steve Gardner, which was published to
commemorate the Parish Council Centenary.
Another useful pamphlet
Promenade through historical Barton-under-Needwood" a
Village Guide by Jeff Pattison, which was published in 1999 by
Barton Civic Society to commemorate the millennium.
Or visit Gerald Carey's Aspects
History Web Site which display some of his original research about
Thomas Russell and other aspects of local village history.
Page last updated
14 June 2002