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The next Parish Council Meeting takes place on Wednesday 16th January at 7.00pm in Birlingham Village Hall. During the meeting there is an opportunity to express your views on local issues, so please come along.

The agenda for the meeting will shortly be available here and draft minutes of the previous Parish Council Meeting will be available here.

A Burns Night Supper with Live Scottish Music and Dancing will take place on Saturday 26th January at 7.30pm in Birlingham Village Hall.

Join friends and neighbours to enjoy a great night out. Take part in the piping in of the haggis and enjoy a traditional Burns Night supper with all the nips and tatties trimmings you can eat.

Plus live traditional Scottish music and dancing!

Tickets at £10pp are available until 19th January from June Barke, The Clock House, Birlingham, WR10 3AD. A pay bar will be available. Full details and booking form can be found here.

Bulb Teas will be held each weekend in February starting on Saturday 2nd February in the Village Hall from 11.00am to 4.00 pm. The Bulb Sunday Service will be held on 17th February at 3.00pm.

If you are able to help by donating homemade cakes or serving teas and coffees, your assistance would be really welcome. It is good fun and a time to meet old friends and make new ones. We also need some strong arms to help put out the tables and chairs at 10.00am on Saturdays and put them away after 4.00pm on Sundays. Cheaper than going to the gym!

We also have tables for craft and homemade items, so if you would like to sell anything then we may be able to support you.

If you are able to help or have any queries, then please contact Caryl Mills, phone 01386 751748 or 07766 657666.

To commemorate the anniversary of the Armistice, the Jubilee Committee has co-ordinated the production of a 32-page booklet that remembers all those from Birlingham who took part in the First World War.

Birlingham in the Great War of 1914-1918 is available in the church or a copy can be obtained by emailing info@birlingham.org.

The Birlingham village website now has a new noticeboard. Although it is still under development, and being tried for a period of six months, you can use it to advertise items for sale, ask for volunteers, publicise events or anything else you would normally put on a village noticeboard. The Noticeboard is also open to local businesses to advertise.

To access the Noticeboard, click here.

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