Welcome to Lindridge Parish Council

Lindridge is a small rural parish, it comprises the village of Eardiston, and the hamlets of Menith Wood, Frith Common, Broom Bank and Lindridge. The parish church of St Lawrence was built in 1861 and is the third church to stand on the site.
The River Teme forms the southern boundary of the parish.
Lindridge is still part of a major hop growing area, the village of Eardiston has a plant which processes hops into a range of brewing products which are exported all over the world.

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 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 lindridge@parishclerk.co.uk 

Deadline for submission is 4pm Wednesday 3rd April 2019.

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Images of Lindridge

Meadow Flowers Fields in the Teme Valley Teme Valley
Old Chapel Hall Hops in the Teme Valley Calor Worcestershire Village of the Year 2008

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