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The Best Kept Village Competition is back for 2021!

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Cancelled last year due to the pandemic, the Lancashire Best Kept Village Competition is back for 2021. West Bradford has a proud tradition in the competition, and is hoping to do well again this year with entries in a number of categories. The first round of judging will take place between 1 June and 18 July 2021, with further rounds to follow if things go well. All residents are politely asked to keep their properties as tidy as possible during the judging period - thank you as ever for your support.

Further information is to be found on the attached poster, or please contact the Clerk if any clarification is required.

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