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Above, looking across the ridge and furrow of one of the Ballidon medieval open fields, towards one of Bradbourne’s medieval open fields close in to the village, and another up on Haven Hill. Below, the plough lines on the Parwich open field, the Wings, contrast the medieval elongated ‘s’ shaped ridge and furrow to the left with the dead straight ‘modern’ ridge and furrow created by steam ploughing. Photos by David G.
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Cleaner Wanted

Part time cleaner wanted for Ballidon farmhouse.

Tel: 07806621773,

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Here are some photos showing the valiant efforts being made to keep a road out of Parwich clear. Note that even with the snow plough going through, the road out of the village to the B5056 is only passable with great care and good clearance in a 4×4. There have now been several people in 2 wheel drive cars who needed to be towed out.

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Although the snow plough clears a route through, the drifting quickly puts snow back on the road. If you leave the village be aware conditions may be much worse on your return.

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Parwich Parish Council, the Carnival and Recreation Committee & the Diamond Jubilee Planning Committee would like to thank everyone for their support and help in planning this event.

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Parwich Parish Council, the Carnival and Recreation Committee & the Diamond Jubilee Planning Committee would like to thank everyone for their support and help in planning this event.

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Click on the photos to enlarge them and enjoy the detail. Super photos by JF-S.

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Saturday is the final day for bulk rubbish collection for Ballidon.  The van will stop by the houses between 10.30 – 10.45am.

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