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village hall


23rd January



following research, the parish council

will respond to concerns expressed at the previous meeting held on

8th January

regarding the outline planning application


at Church Lane Broadwas.


Broadwas & Cotheridge Parish Council’s

next meeting is on Monday 9th February at 7.30


Gary Kinley (Asset Creation Sewerage) at Severn Trent Water states that the Broadwas Pumping Station project is ‘progressing well’ and suggests a meeting with the Parish Council and other interested parties for an update.


The Clerk has invited him to February’s Parish Council meeting on 9th, however at time of going to press his acceptance has not been confirmed, so check with the agenda or the Clerk for confirmation.


Elections or all Parish and Town Councils within Malvern Hills District are scheduled for 7th May 2015, alongside the Local and Parliamentary elections.
The nomination period is open from Monday 23rd March till 4pm, 9th April.

The Parish Council is keen to encourage anyone interested as standing as a candidate, and with this in mind, advertising literature will be displayed around both villages and on our local web site.
There is also a video available on the MHDC web site


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