Neighbourhood news March 31st

Parish council: The final draft of Bradley’s Neighbourhood Plan has gone out to public consultation. It is available to view at bradleyvillage.org/nhp and the consultation period will last until 5pm on May 7. Printed copies are also available to view at the village hall, between 2pm and 5pm on Saturdays and Wednesdays and at The Methodist Chapel, St Mary’s Church, the Slater’s Arms and the village store during normal opening hours. Printed copies can also be provided on request. Please submit written comments using the online comment form or print and return the representation form either by post to The Village Store, 5-6 Rose Terrace, Bradley BD20 9DP (marking your envelope ‘NDP’), or by hand to the ballot box in the village store.

Coffee morning: Everyone is welcome at the Methodist Church coffee morning in the church hall on Saturday from 10am to 11.30am.

Women’s Institute: A lively evening was had by 23 members and one guest of the WI this month, when Mary and Jonathan Williamson gave a line dancing demonstration. On Monday, May 9, the WI will hold a chilli night in the village hall at 6pm. Tickets are priced at £5 and everyone is welcome. But as places will be limited please book early by phoning Kristine on 01535 635772.

School news: Well done to the guitar group, who gave a performance to children and parents last week. The school’s recent Sunshine Breakfast raised £370 for the Rays of Sunshine charity. The Easter Egg raffle raised £120 for the school council.

Methodist Church: The next Messy Church will be held on Sunday May 15, between 3pm and 5pm. This year’s charity concert will be held on Saturday, June 18 – further details to follow.

Fashion show: The primary school will hold a fashion show at 7.30pm on Wednesday, April 20, and tickets are on sale at the school and village shop, at £5 each.

Full article at the Craven Herald

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