The Barbour Institute January 2018

New New Year Classes and Events at the Barbour Institute, Tattenhall.

Tattenhall Arthritis Care Support Group – Wednesday 10th January, 6-8pm.  We welcome anyone living with arthritis, chronic pain or fatigue.

Tattenhall Wildlife Group / Tattenhall Gardening Society – Wednesday 10th January at 7.45 pm in The Barbour Institute, Tattenhall.  Botanist – and Cheshire Woman of the year 2017 – Dr. Hilary Ash will talk about: “New Ferry Butterfly Park: A community nature reserve managed to benefit butterflies, bees and other insects. Find out how our experience can help attract insects to your garden.”
Non-members welcome!  Contact Jen Benefield, Chair, for further details 01829 770692.

CLIC Computer Training Classes at the Barbour Institute include Ipad and Cloud Technology workshop, Thursday 11th January, 10.00-12 midday.  Ipad Photography and Cloud Storage, Thursday 18th January 2018.

GCSE Science Revision Classes, Saturday 13th January, 10am-12 midday, then fortnightly.

Film Night at the Barbour – Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Wednesday 17th January, doors 7.30, for an 8pm start.

WI Quiz, Friday 19th January 7pm start.


The Barbour Institute welcome back after a well-earned break these regular classes –

Ballet Classes return on Friday 10th January.
Hip Hop returns on Tuesday 10th January.
Italian Class returns on Friday 12th January.
Guides return on Thursday 11th January.
Bridge return on Friday 5th January.

And for those with wellbeing as their New Year’s Resolution – the following classes will help you achieve your goals –

Zumba, Monday 9.45-10.45 am
Iyengar Yoga, Monday 7.30-9.00pm
Hatha Yoga, Tuesday 6.30-7.30pm
And finally – the Middle Eastern jewel in the Barbour’s crown – Tattenhall Amateur Dramatics present Aladdin, from Thursday 25th January – tickets available from www.ticketsource from 4th January.