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For those of you that have not yet joined our Society ( and of course you should!) Here is a PDF of a sample t newsletter for you to read. Just click on the link below. Join our Society and you will be able to view ALL our fascinating Newsletters
Our Summer 2018 Newsletter
Our Statue of the great Stanley Baldwin
One of Bewdley’s most famous “sons” was Stanley Baldwin, who was born in Lower Park in 1867. He was its MP for 29 years and also served the nation three times as Prime Minister. He became Earl Baldwin of Bewdley in 1937.
Read about how the Bewdley Civic Society honoured the great Bewdley man, just go to our “history” page or just click HERE.
Experts at the University of York are developing an interactive display based on the activities, architecture and history of Bewdley. It is hoped that the large touch-
WFDC Local Plan
Feb 2020 Full Council approval for submission to planning Inspectorate.
March 2020 Submission to planning Inspectorate.
August 2020 Receipt of Planning Inspector’s report.
September 2020 Council adoption of Local Plan.
The full details are in the WFDC local Plan, go to the WFDC website and search for the Project Plan.
BTC Neighbourhood Plan
Consultants APS health check NP & report in December 2019
Further consultations Feb/March 2020
Submission to Planning Inspectorate April 2020
Final referendum Summer 2020
Annual Balsam Bash
Himalayan Balsam is a very successful invasive plant spreading particularly along river courses throughout the country. It out-
Bewdley Civic Society has been organising a campaign for several years now and its become a successful annual event.
Himalayan Balsam is an innocuous plant. Its non-
So if you do want to lend a hand do come along in the Summer, just need an hour or so of your time.Time and place will be announced later. It can be quite a social event. For further information contact Steve Bent at : email@example.com.
We can offer guided town walks for groups numbering 6 or more, they cost just £5 per head. Interested? Contact Richard Perrin to secure your place.
Email Richard on firstname.lastname@example.org
Current BCS Items / Merchandise for Sale…
Christmas cards, our very own historical DVDs and other interesting items
Just click HERE to buy
The Bewdley WorkHouse has a great deal of history, full information about this fascinating building will be provided here shortly