For the first time in many years, there will be an election for Birlingham Parish Council this May.
 
In this issue:
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Nominations for parish and district elections have now closed. Birlingham Parish Council has ten candidates for the seven seats on the council. The candidates are: Stuart Allen, Paula Aston, Alan Bradley, John Comins, Steven Conder, Kenneth Fitch, John Hill, Stephen Morris, Marion New and Ian Yates.
 
For the Wychavon District Council seat (Eckington Ward), there are two candidates: Cilla Cameron (Labour) and Ron Davis (Conservative).
 
A full list of candidates for all parish elections in Wychavon District can be viewed at www.birlingham.org/pc_info/parish_elections_2015.pdf and for district elections at www.birlingham.org/pc_info/district_elections_2015.pdf.
 
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The Swan Inn will be closed for an annual holiday from Saturday 11th April until Monday 20th April.
 
The Swan Inn is also currently closed on Mondays every week.
 
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A reminder that the road from the war memorial towards Lower End (at the Old Coach House) will be closed from Monday 13th April. The road is expected to reopen on Thursday 16th April.
 
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Is there anyone in the village who can do calligraphy and would like to update the Book of Remembrance for the church? If so, please call Ann Maxwell on 01386 751662.
 
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The minutes of the meeting of Birlingham Parish Council on 18th March can now be viewed at www.birlingham.org/pc_info/pc_minutes_2015-03-18.pdf.
 
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