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Cleeve Prior is a small village of 249 dwellings near to the east bank of the River Avon.

Cleeve Prior lies on the Worcestershire/Warwickshire border between Evesham and Stratford-upon-Avon. 

The centre of the village forms the Cleeve Prior Conservation Area and the use of local blue lias stone throughout all building types and periods bestows a strong character and local identity. 

Adding special interest to the area, the continued significance of the early origins of Cleeve Prior as a Saxon and Medieval farming community is clearly illustrated in the presence of numerous farm buildings from the 16th to 19th centuries.

Village News and updates


Bidford Parish Council at the Annual Parish Meeting 29/4/2017

requested that all make comment on their NDP which has implications in terms of services for anyone going through or into

 Bidford for services like the Health Centre

They noted housing development is continuing despite opposition 

The 749th house is currently being built 

Comments are invited on their Neighbourhood Development Plan  by June 2017


Sarah's Law

Protecting children

 It lets people who care for children apply to find out if someone has a record for child sexual offences.


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 County Councillor Report

 Peter's Bird Song Walks are back

Book now for 6th May - 6.15am £3 donation to Worcestershire Wildlife Trust

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 Guest book query - does anyone know about the Cleeve Prior Union?

 Recent Burglaries

 Cleeve Prior Players got everyone singing 


Christian Aid Week, 14 - 20 May

Christian Aid envelopes will be delivered with the May newsletter. Return envelopes to the community room in the Memorial Hall please

 Places to visit     

   Local Village Websites also have details about what is on in the area


 Sunday 30th April 2017: 11.00am to 5:00pm

Monday 1st May : 11.00am to 5:00pm

Something for everyone including your dog!



Starting in June


Saturday 24th June  Evesham Carnival

with Gary Barlow, Whitney Houston and other tribute acts

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The Guinness World record Attempt at Alcester St Market

Sunday 2nd July by "The Sweet Home Chicago Blues Brothers"

Shake your tail Feather street dance scene.


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