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.
14 homes proposed for Hoden Lane/rear of school
Mix 2, 3 and 4 bed with 6 affordable Click to download Proposed site plan
Current access showing at rear of playground
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St Andrew's Church
Sunday 3rd July 3:00 - 5.30pm
With tea, sandwishes, cake and strawberries
At Japonica Cottage Paddock, Quarry Lane
Raffle and local produce, glitter tattoos, boule and bowls competition
Places to visit locally
Saturday and Sunday 16th 17th July
Free Shakespeare this summer
THE QUEEN'S 90th BIRTHDAY
Celebrating the Queen’s 90th Birthday
County Council News
May Report from Alastair Adams
Chip your pet
Helen Goodwin in Cleeve Prior, is licensed to microchip dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets.
£10 in your own home, or hers.
Please contact 01789 778764, 07855 175573 or via her website
Vale Garden Flowers
Beautiful, scented, cottage garden flowers.
Cut flowers, bouquets and all sorts of flowery gifts available.
Performed at the National Service of Thanksgiving for HM The Queen’s birthday at St Paul’s Cathedral, London,
Music by Judith Weir, Master of the Queen’s Music, words by Robert Bridges, Poet Laureate in the year HM The Queen was born.
I love all beauteous things,
I seek and adore them;
God hath no better praise,
And man in his hasty days
Is honoured for them.
I too will something make
And joy in the making;
Altho’ to-morrow it seem
Like the empty words of a dream
Remembered on waking.
Robert Bridges OM (1844–1930), Poet Laureate 1913–30
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New Honeybourne WI
Come down to meet new friends on Mondays at 7.30 pm at Honeybourne Village Hall, Bretforton Road, Honeybourne, WR11 7PQ.
Mondays - New Bidford Dementia Cafe Westholme Court at 10.30am Drop in Free In association with the Bidford Surgery PPG
Music, games, entertainment, exercise, presentations Call Wendy on 07713 648716
Tai Chi 11.30 - 12.30 Bidford Church Rooms £3
Derby and Joan Club at Westholme Court Bidford 2pm - 4pm
Escape Arts Wednesdays in April at Bidford Libraray
The Bidford Bridge is the theme Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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