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Welcome to this rural village set in the beautiful countryside of north Worcestershire

FARMING ISSUES

UK farmers urged to be vigilant for BTV-8 Defra   is   urging   farmers   to   be   vigilant   for   signs   of   Bluetongue virus    (BTV)    and    consider    vaccinating    their    livestock    after Bluetongue    (BTV)    serotype    8    was    detected    in    cattle    in    a previously    disease-free    northern    France.    Areas    abutting    the Channel    in    Pas-de-Calais    and    west    of    Cherbourg    are    now affected - leaving the Seine estuary (Harfleur) still free . Horticulture The    Animal    and    Plant    Health    Agency    (APHA)    has    emailed importers    and    producers    of    petunia    plants    and    seeds    in England   and   Wales,   making   it   clear   that   GM   plants   must   not be marketed. Following   the   devastation   of   salad   crops   in   southern   European countries   it   is   pleasing   to   see   Tesco   take   advantage   of   iceberg lettuce   crop    bonus   in   the   UK   and   that   Tesco   are   working   with growers   to   utilise   crop   flushes   on   farm   and   demonstrating   how retailers can work flexibly with suppliers.

Chaddesley Corbett Pre-School Nursary

PLACES AVAILABLE IN SEPTEMBER Provision is ‘teacher-led’, offering educational rigour in a nurturing environment which supports whole-child development. We offer: places for children aged 3 to 5 free funded placed (inc. 30 hrs) flexible sessions extensive outdoor learning opportunities wrap-around care 7:30 to 6:00 The Early Years Leader is a Senior Teacher in Education OfSTED (March 2015) “Leadership is a particular strength” EYFS OfSTED .. “GOOD” To book your free taster session, contact the school

EDUCATION

SPORT

First Team Report

First team report Chaddesley   first   team   dropped   to   third   place   in   the Worcester     League     Division     2     after     a     series     of indifferent      results      threatened      to      push      their promotion      aims      off      course.      Draws      against Wormelow   and   Coombs   Wood   and   an   away   defeat against    Herefordshire    side    Bromyard    on    a    damp track   were   cause   for   concern.   However   Chaddesley bounced   back   in   fine   style   against   leaders   Bredon with    a    comprehensive    53    run    win.    The    top    three clubs   are   now   separated   by   only   7   points   with   plenty of cricket still left to play this season. Third team report  Chaddesley Corbett 3rd X1 v Pedmore 3rd X1. The   game   was   played   at   Kinver   Community   Centre ground   due   to   an   invasion   of   Gypsies   at   Pedmore’s home   ground   in   Blakedown.   CCCC   won   the   toss   & decided   to   bat:   a   decision   linked   to   the   5   available men   at   the   start.   Teague   &   Gall   gave   a   good   40   run start   aided   by   sensible   batting   from   Robinson   at   3. Singh    and    Bond    (P)    decided    the    warm    weather suited   hitting   more   than   running,   accelerating   the score    with    a    match    winning    100    run    partnership, aided   at   number   9   by   Brooks   (T)   24   N/O   who   helped CCCC reach 219 in 40. Pedmore offered little by way of reply, reaching 45 in 20 overs and 90 by the close with one man still standing.
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Chaddesley Corbett Worcestershire U.K.
Welcome to this historic village set in the beautiful countryside of north Worcestershire

FARMING ISSUES

UK farmers urged to be vigilant for BTV-8

Defra is urging farmers to be vigilant for signs of Bluetongue virus (BTV) and consider vaccinating their livestock after Bluetongue (BTV) serotype 8 was detected in cattle in a previously disease-free northern France. Areas abutting the Channel in Pas-de-Calais and west of Cherbourg are now affected - leaving the Seine estuary (Harfleur) still free. . Horticulture The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) has emailed importers and producers of petunia plants and seeds in England and Wales, making it clear that GM plants must not be marketed. Following the devastation of salad crops in southern European countries it is pleasing to see Tesco take advantage of iceberg lettuce crop bonus in the UK and that Tesco are working with growers to utilise crop flushes on farm and demonstrating how retailers can work flexibly with suppliers. With several local horticultural specialist growers it is important to note that, until now, nursery growers growing wholly or mainly under cover have been under threat of having to pay business rates following a court of appeal case in 2015 which held they did not qualify for the agricultural exemption. On 30 March Marcus Jones, the minister responsible for business rates in Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG,) made a statement to say that in light of the importance of the agricultural exemption and the impact on the cost of farming, plant nurseries should benefit from the exemption and that government intends to amend the relevant legislation “at the soonest opportunity”. Sainsbury’s have made a commitment that from 1 July that all of the fresh lamb they stock will be 100% British and 100% ‘New Season’. This comes as the retailer continues to work closely with its dedicated Lamb Development Group, a network of nearly one thousand British farmers.

Chaddesley Corbett Cricket Club

First team report: Chaddesley    first    team    dropped    to    third    place    in    the    Worcester    League Division    2    after    a    series    of    indifferent    results    threatened    to    push    their promotion   aims   off   course.   Draws   against   Wormelow   and   Coombs   Wood and   an   away   defeat   against   Herefordshire   side   Bromyard   on   a   damp   track were   cause   for   concern.   However   Chaddesley   bounced   back   in   fine   style against   leaders   Bredon   with   a   comprehensive   53   run   win.   The   top   three clubs   are   now   separated   by   only   7   points   with   plenty   of   cricket   still   left   to play this season. Third team report Chaddesley Corbett 3rd X1 v Pedmore 3rd X1. The    game    was    played    at    Kinver    Community    Centre    ground    due    to    an invasion   of   Gypsies   at   Pedmore’s   home   ground   in   Blakedown.   CCCC   won the   toss   &   decided   to   bat:   a   decision   linked   to   the   5   available   men   at   the start.   Teague   &   Gall   gave   a   good   40   run   start   aided   by   sensible   batting   from Robinson   at   3.   Singh   and   Bond   (P)   decided   the   warm   weather   suited   hitting more   than   running,   accelerating   the   score   with   a   match   winning   100   run partnership,   aided   at   number   9   by   Brooks   (T)   24   N/O   who   helped   CCCC reach 219 in 40. Pedmore offered little by way of reply, reaching 45 in 20 overs and 90 by the close with one man still standing.