8. Our Results

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The results of the Project were formally announced on 1 March 2014

The book and DVD of the village and Parish and the two walking guides of the village and Parish  were formally launched and copies will be delivered to all the houses in the village

It is hoped that  PDF files of the book and the walks will be posted here soon

You can download the walking trails here  – PDF files

Parish Walks

Village Trail

Already published

A DVD of the interviews with the older members of the Parish carried out by the pupils of Sale & Davys Church of England Primary School

An historic building assessment of the Church of St Wilfrid, Barrow-upon-Trent carried out by Peter F Ryder B.A, M.Phil, F.S.A in April 2013.

John Spencer – a member of the Project team has compiled



Arleston and Merrybower by Duncan Hewitt

A video summary of the Project

Barrow upon Trent HistoryPin Website

A personal history of her life in Barrow upon Trent by Irene Marson  ( added 27 March 2014 )

My Life in Barrow Upon Trent by Irene Marson

Wills of the Gilbert family of Barrow upon Trent

Further documents and videos carried out during the Project are available online at

Barrow upon Trent Resources Folder on Mediafire

The link will open the MediaFire Resources Folder –  advice on using the files is available on our Help Page



A Project supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund

We acknowledge the particular contributions from Jill Scarfe, Kate Webberley, Anne Heathcote; John Spencer; Tony Eley; Duncan Hewitt, Frances Shepherd, Colleen March and Glenis Palmer, and we thank Peter Sale for sharing with us knowledge of the Sale Family.

Further thanks are due to Becky Webberley, Ron Scarfe and Judith Mills for the art work and presentation and to Pamela Wills of the Museum of St. John; the staff of the Derbyshire Record Office; the Derbyshire Family History Society; and the Magic Attic Swadlincote for all their help and assistance in the research.

Peter Ryder and Paul Johnston archaeologists, thank you for working with us.
To Genes Reunited web site and Google Map, Wikimedia, Ian Wilson, Ian Hey, Maxwell Craven, Keith Slater and many others for allowing us to use their particular photographic material, we also thank you.

The Headteacher, staff and pupils of Sale and Davys Church of England Controlled Primary School

The members of the Barrow upon Trent Youth Group

The Barrow Singers

The Barrow upon Trent Parish Council

The Barrow upon Trent Parochial Church Council

The Barrow upon Trent Parish Plan Committee

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