Forthcoming Events

25 Oct
01 Nov
Brunch in the Church
St Mary's Church
05 Nov
Term 2 Starts
Barby Primary School
06 Nov
Open Morning
Barby Primary School

Barby and Onley Neighbourhood Plan Survey

Less than a week to go !! As part of the the process of drafting our Neighbourhood Plan we are conducting a survey to find out the views of everyone in Barby and Onley on the future development of the villages. A printed copy of the survey will delivered to each household with the October newsletter and additional copies can be obtained from either Barby Village Shop or a Parish Councillor. Ideally you should complete the survey online by clicking the button above or you can complete the printed survey. The survey is now open and closes on 25th October.  Thank you for taking part. 

Welcome to Barby & Onley


Barby and Onley is a split parish village in the Daventry District of Northamptonshire.  It is located approximately 5 miles south of Rugby and 7 miles north of Daventry with Barby situated on a hilltop overlooking the Rainsbrook and Leam valleys and Onley 1½ miles to the west on the valley floor.  The parish has a resident population of approximately 1,250 with 546 houses including 94 at Onley.

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Village Information Links
> History
> Village Newsletter
> St Mary's Church
> Regular Church Services

> Youth Activities
> Environment Issues

Parish Council Links
> Councillors
> Meetings & Minutes

> Planning
> Accounts and Council Documents 
> Elections 2014

Other Quick Links
> Latest News 
> Townlands Charity
> Neighbourhood Watch
> Barby Hill Archaeology
> Neighbourhood Plan
> Mums and Tots Group
> Barby Pre School
> Barby Primary School
> The Parker E-Act Academy
> Daventry District Council
> Northants County Council
> MP's, MEP's and Police Commissioner

> Highway Warden

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