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Barlborough Barlborough is a village and civil parish in the Bolsover district of Derbyshire, England. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 3,018, increasing to 3,261 at the 2011 Census. The village is near junction 30 of the M1 motorway and is about five miles north of Bolsover. It is near to Clowne.
Barlborough A mile west of the village is a small Grade II listed stately home named Beightonfields Priory, seat of the Bowden family, which may have been a monastic site.
New Barlborough In the 1950s the local District Council built a large Council Estate connecting New Balborough, physically, with Barlborough. The Council Estate was undertaken to house miners for the local colliery.
New Barlborough Following the closing down of the local colliery site, just south-east of the A619, the site was cleared, and in 1997, construction began of a series of new housing estates for commuters, which came to include a Yachting Club, with a lake, and a Holiday Inn.
New Barlborough New Barlborough is an area of Barlborough village, Bolsover, Derbyshire, consisting of several housing estates and a single row of houses along the A619, between Chesterfield and Worksop.
Barlborough Common Barlborough Common is an area in Derbyshire, England. It is located to the south of Barlborough. The land has undergone extensive open-cast mining and subsequent restoration.
New Barlborough The area of New Balborough really emerged immediately in the post-Second World War era. In its rural location, and on a busy main road, it attracted commuters, and so sprang-up with a row of commuter homes. With the construction of the M1 motorway, literally behind the homes, and the construction of junction 30, it continued to grow and prove popular.
Barlborough Hall School Barlborough Hall School became an independent Catholic day school, in the Jesuit tradition, around 1939. The school is now the Preparatory school for Mount St Mary's College at Spinkhill, 2.2 miles down the road. The present head teacher is Mr Nicholas Boys. Pupils at Barlborough are placed in one of three houses: Campion, Loyola and Xavier. These are Jesuit saints and the pupils compete each term for the "House Treat" based on the number of golds (merits) and blanks (demerits) each child receives.
Barlborough Hall School The PE sessions follow a curriculum that differs each term. The games periods for girls consist of hockey, netball and rounders, depending on the term. The boys' sports are rugby, football and cricket. In the summer PE lessons, the boys and girls work towards certain badges such as the 50m sprint.
Barlborough Hall School Core subjects in the curriculum are split into 'sets' taught by a different teacher in each group. This enables the children to work with others at the same ability, so it is easier to learn.