Brinklow Village

View from the Tump.

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Brinklow Village

Brinklow sits astride the former Roman Fosse Way and is most notable for the remains of a large Norman motte-and-bailey castle known locally as The Tump.

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Brinklow Village

Brinklow is a picturesque village, and contains a 13th-century church, a primary school and several shops and pubs.

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Latest News

Brinklow Parish Council has entered the Memorial flower display into Rugby in Bloom 2016

Brinklow Fayre

Sunday 11th September from 11am to 3pm in and around the church. Activities to include the following: Teddy bear abseiling, Bouncy castle, face painting, live music, hot

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Fly Problem Update v4

I can advise you all we have identified and investigated an area of concern therefore we have issued a statutory abatement notice to instigate controls and advise the owners enforcement action can be taken should our recommendations not be implemented.

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Fly Problem Update v3

Good morning all, can you please reiterate to our customers we are still persevering in following through on the leads that our communities are continuing to provide for us. We have no further information from…

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Mobile Library

The mobile library still visits Brinklow stopping at Potters close – Heath Lane every 3 weeks at 3.20pm-3.50pm Mondays. 13th June, 4th July, 25th July, 15th Aug, 5th Sept, 26th Sept, 17 Oct, 7th Nov, 28th Nov and 19th Dec 2016.

Memorial Flower Display

Brinklow Parish Council has entered the memorial flower display into Rugby in Bloom 2016, judging will be held in July.

Parish Council Meeting

Next meeting – Thursday 8th September 19:15. Brinklow Parish Council meets once a month at the Community HallLocation - Broad Street, opposite the White Lion Public House..

Womens Institute Meeting

Next Meeting – Tuesday 12th July 19:30. The meeting will be held as usual in the Chapel School RoomLocation - Broad Street, next door to the Chinese Restaurant..

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