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Breedon on the Hill Parish Council strives to make the Parish of Breedon, Tonge and Wilson a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

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Breedon WI are hosting a 40's Night

Breedon WI are hosting a 40's Night

Tickets are selling fast for Breedon WI's 40's Night to be held at The Assembly Rooms in Melbourne.

Natalie Nightingale trained professionally as a performer in both London and the United States and toured UK-wide with various shows and theatre companies, and then later as part of a vocal duo, before striking out on her own to become a solo singer. An accomplished performer, she sings rock, pop, soul, jazz, show tunes and classical music with equal proficiency. More »

Tickets from The Assembly Rooms or phone Jane 01332 862777 » Less

Thu, 16 Mar 2017 11:52 by Jane Melen

Keeping the villages beautiful!

Keeping the villages beautiful!

Following the very successful litter pick on Saturday everywhere is looking very tidy, the daffodils are at their very best and blossom is lovely in the sunshine - BUT - we still have a problem with dog fouling!

A resident contacted NWLDC to complain and the hill has now been cleared. If you see evidence of the problem please contact the district council for advice - this can be done easily following the link on our website. Use the A - Z of services on the right hand column - 'D' will take you to 'Dog Fouling (parish)' and there is a very short form to fill in, this will go straight to the correct team. More »

Thanks Lesley Hextall for the beautiful photo! » Less

Thu, 16 Mar 2017 11:07 by Jane Melen

Going to Extremes

'Going to Extremes' is an innovative & powerful new play from the creative team behind the hugely successful 'Chelsea's Choice'.

It was developed out of a growing need to raise awareness around how extremism and radicalisation can affect young people in the UK.

In conjunction with the multi-agency PREVENT initiative the production will be shown to Y9 assembly on the 15th March. If any parent or resident is interested in attending please contact PCSO6867 Bradley.

Mon, 13 Mar 2017 12:37 by Sam Lockwood