Beetle drive: You are invited to a beetle drive in the Methodist Church school room on Wednesday. It starts at 6pm and includes a pie and peas supper. The cost is £2.50 for adults (children free), payable on the door.
Neighbourhood Plan: 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 runs 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. The plan will help, guide and formulate development in Bradley for the next 15 years. Please submit written comments using the online comment form or print and post the representation form to The Village Store, 5-6 Rose Terrace, Bradley BD20 9DP (marking your envelope ‘NDP’) or use the ballot box in the village store. You can also email your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Memorial Bench: The Bradley Show committee is organising a memorial bench for Neil Pate, who was bookings secretary for the village hall for many years. He was also a keen fell runner. If anyone would like to contribute towards the cost of the bench, which is planned for the playing fields, please leave a contribution at the village store.
Fashion Show: Bradley School will hold a fashion show at 7.30pm on Wednesday, April 20. Tickets are on sale at the school and village store at £5 each. Drinks and nibbles are included.
Film Club: The next Film Club will be at 6pm on Thursday, April 21, when Star Wars: The Force Awakens (12A) will be shown. The screening is free and refreshments are available to buy. There is also a loop system.
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