Here are a few updates on items mentioned in the last issue.
In this issue:
A reminder that the litter pick takes place tomorrow, Saturday 21st March. The more people that come along, the more quickly we can get the job done, so if you have an hour to spare tomorrow please join us.
Meet on the village green at 10.00am.
At its meeting on 18th March, Birlingham Parish Council discussed a number of issues, including the following:
  • The dead trees in the Jubilee Wood have been removed and an additional 105 trees have been planted. They are a mixture of cherry, birch, rowan, beech and a few others, which have been planted down the middle of each side. A number of other trees have also been planted over the last few months.
  • Councillors will be meeting during the next few weeks to decide the contents of the Neighbourhood Plan survey.
Full minutes of the meeting will be available in due course.
We have now been told that, provided there are no complications, the road closure at the Old Coach House is expected to last no more than three days, beginning on Monday 13th April with the road re-opening on Thursday 16th April. There will be a further brief closure during one day in the following week.
A map showing the proposed diversion can be viewed at
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