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Community

The community of Harby is friendly and welcoming, with a number of facilities, groups and amenities for residents and visitors to enjoy.

Click on the links below to find out more about village facilities, events and plans:

Harby All Saints Church
All Saints Church is a beautiful Grade II listed building which is around 140 years old. The church is part of the East Trent Group of Parishes. There are regular services, with the congregation also attending services at other churches within the group. For more information see the church notice board or contact the administrator on 01636 679105. 

Queen Eleanor School
Harby primary school has a close knit community feel, with caring enthusiastic staff, who are dedicated to bringing out the best in all of their pupils. The ‘good’ school is located in the rural village setting. 

Post Office and Mobile Library 
The outreach Post Office currently visits the Village Hall on Monday and Thursday from 1.00-4.00pm.
The County Council Mobile Library (North Mobile Route 12) visits Harby each month on a Wednesday and stops at Station Road and Millfield Close.

Bottle and Glass
The Pub is located on the High Street and is open daily serving fresh food and drink.

National Cycle Route 64
The scenic route 64 passes through Harby along the former railway line (off Station Road) and links Newark to Lincoln and beyond. There are also a number of bridleways and countryside walks around Harby, including the 32 mile Dukeries trail. Visitors are able to park in the Village Hall car park, on the High Street, to access these trails. 

Find out more about Harby in the Welcome Pack.