The Cricket Club bar opens for the summer this weekend, commencing with a darts competition.
In this issue:
The Cricket Club will be opening its bar on Friday 19th June from 6.00pm and, to celebrate the occasion, there will be a darts competition with a cash prize. The competition will commence around 7:00pm.
All are welcome, either to play in the competition or just to enjoy a pleasant evening at the cricket ground.
Commencing this weekend, the bar at Birlingham Cricket Club will be open on Saturday and Sunday evenings from 7.00pm (earlier if there is a cricket match). If there is sufficient support the bar will also be open on Fridays. (The bar is open this Friday.) The bar will remain open until the end of August.
You can view the Club’s fixture list at The home matches are also included on the village website Events page,
There will be a garden party at the Clock House, Lower End, in aid of St James’s Church on Saturday 11th July.
Book the date now and there will be more details in the next village email.
Worcestershire County Council are currently reviewing speed limits in the area. Birlingham Parish Council have asked them to consider extending the 40mph limit on the A4104 towards Pershore, to allow traffic more time to slow down before reaching the junction with Upper End. At this stage, however, the County Council are planning to leave the speed limit unchanged, although there may be another chance later for it to be reviewed.
The proposed order can be viewed at You may discuss the proposals with Joy Till on 01905 766629 but any objections or representations must be submitted in writing to Simon Mallinson, Head of Legal and Democratic Services, County Hall, Spetchley Road, Worcester, WR5 2NP or emailed to All representations must be received by Thursday 16th July.
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