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CO OPTION VACANCY OF PARISH COUNCILLOR
The Parish Council has vacancy by co-option.
Applications will be considered at the next meeting, which is to be held on Wednesday 15th May 2019 at Lindridge Parish Hall, Eardiston at 7.00 pm.
If interested, please contact the Parish Clerk on 01584 881599 or firstname.lastname@example.org
INFORMATION FOR PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATES
This document provides all the information available to those who may be interested in being a candidate for the Parish Council Elections 2019.
Candidate Packs are available from the 22nd March, from the Clerk who can be contacted on 01584 881599 or email@example.com
Deadline for submission is 4pm Wednesday 3rd April 2019.
Parish Councillor Vacancy
The Parish Council has two vacancies to be filled by co-option. If you require further information please contact the Parish Clerk on 01584 881599.
Parish Path Warden
Lindridge Parish has a new Parish Path Warden. Rob Humphries who is from Lower Frith Common has taken on this voluntary role. He has received training from the Worcestershire Countryside Centre. He can be contacted on
01584 881179 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or alternatively the Parish Clerk can be contacted at email@example.com
The Civil Parish of Lindridge lies in the north west corner of the County of Worcestershire, in the middle valley of the River Teme. The present population is approximately 700, mainly concentrated in the three hamlets of Menith Wood, Eardiston and Frith Common. The parish church, St Lawrence's, was built in 1861 and is the third church to stand on the site.
The geology of the Parish (which lies within the Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark) has perhaps shaped both its boundaries and history. Its northern boundary is complex, following parts of the Shropshire County boundary, the disused Leominster Canal, and the geological edge of the "Wyre Forest Coal Measures". An unnamed stream in Frith Common marking part of this northern limit is mentioned in the Anglo Saxon Charters where is named "the Black Ditch". The southern boundary is the River Teme. From its eastern limit in Menith Wood the Parish extends westward for a little less than 4 miles to its boundary, mainly the River Rea.
Historically, mining, quarrying and brick making all took place but today livestock and arable farming(hop fields and apple orchards - for cider making) dominate the land use.
The Parish Council is aware that a public meeting is required to take place to discuss the proposed outline development in Eardiston. When a detailed application is received, the parish council will issue a date for local residents to attend and to give views on the application. In the meantime, our next parish council meetings are Wednesday 13th July at Menithwood Community Hall and September 14th at Lindridge Parish Hall - both public session times start at 7.00p.m. If you would like your views heard please come along to the times given.