Welcome to Bredon Parish Council

The parish of Bredon and Bredons Norton consists of Bredon village; the village of Bredon's Norton and the three smaller villages of Westmancote, Kinsham and Bredon's Hardwick. The parish lies on the southern edge of the county of Worcester, west of the Cotswolds, it is bounded on the west by the River Avon and on the south by the Carrant Brook.

The parish, at the 2001 census, had a population of 2,720 - of which a fraction over half lived in Bredon itself; with 2.34 people per household there were 1,155 households in total. This population is forecast to increase by 5.5% at the time of the next census in 2011. This population makes us one of the largest parishes in the county of Worcestershire. Within the overall figure some 20% are 0-16 years; 60% are 18-65 years with the remaining 20% being over 65 years; a population spread, which is forecast to generally maintain.

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BREDON PARISH NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN

WYCHAVON DISTRICT COUNCIL IS INVITING COMMENTS FROM ORGANISATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS ON THE SUBMITTED BREDON PARISH NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN.

The consultation period runs until 5pm Monday 18 July 2016. Details of how to respond to the consultation can be found on the Wychavon website at http://www.wychavon.gov.uk/submitted-neighbourhood-plan-consultations.

TO SEE THE PLAN AND ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTS, PLEASE FOLLOW LINKS TO 'PARISH PLAN'.

 

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Images of Bredon

Croft Farm Bredons Hardwick Bredon Mile Stone The Manor Bredons Norton
Westmancote Cottages Lower Westmancote The Church Rooms

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