We are excited to announce that the Biddulph Classic Vehicle Show will be on Saturday, 11th September 2021 on Biddulph High Street form 2.00-5.00pm. If you would like to register your vehicle please do get in touch. There will be prizes for Best in Class and Best In Show. The event is kindly supported by… Continue Reading Classic Vehicle Show 2021
Biddulph Town Council is aware that residents have concerns that the mining wheel may be moved from outside the Town Hall. Unfortunately, quite a lot of what has been written on social media is false, and is not based on decisions that have been made by Biddulph Town Council. Councillors shared some ideas with… Continue Reading Biddulph Town Hall Mining Wheel
The Town Meeting is held annually and gives electors the opportunity to raise issues with the Town Council and other organisations in the town. In order to involve as many individuals and groups as possible, given the current restrictions, there will be a series of online presentations from local organisations during the day. Any member… Continue Reading Annual Town Meeting
Biddulph Community Officer 15 hours a week – £24,000 pro rata Based at Biddulph Town Hall with Biddulph Town Council Would you like to help the community of Biddulph by working with voluntary and community groups to enhance the range of community activities in the town and surrounding area? Then this could be the job… Continue Reading Support Staffordshire Biddulph Community Officer
This Friday we welcome back the monthly Artisan Market. We have lots of new traders and we are very happy to support lots of local businesses who are joining us this month. It’s half term so if you are about please do come and show your support. Joining us this week we have: Aphrodite Designs:… Continue Reading Biddulph Artisan Market
A message from the Mayor of Biddulph Cllr John Jones: Today, Monday 8th March, is Commonwealth day and, as with so many events during these past twelve months, it will be celebrated rather differently this year because of the ongoing COVID-19 situation. However, it is still a day that will be marked by the fifty… Continue Reading Commonwealth Day
At the February Town Council meeting, Councillors approved an increase in the precept to £370,365.00. The Town Council needs £8,150.00 extra in 2021-22 to continue to provide good quality services; this is an increase of £1.47 per household, per year (Band D equivalent). Following a challenging year for all residents of Biddulph, the Town Council… Continue Reading Precept Press Statement
The Biddulph Mayor Awards 2021 Nominations now open until 23rd April 2021. Nominate those unsung heroes who help make Biddulph a great place to live, work & socialise. The areas in which you can nominate are: Youth : Recognises an individual or group of young people age 18 and under who have made an outstanding contribution… Continue Reading Mayor Awards 2021
We are delighted to confirm that COVID-19 Vaccinations start in Biddulph this Friday. Biddulph Doctors and Biddulph Valley Surgery are working in partnership to provide the service here at Biddulph Town Hall. The vaccination will start with those age 80 and over and front-line healthcare workers. Your surgery will contact you directly to arrange your… Continue Reading COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout At Biddulph Town Hall
The BIG COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS COLLAGE! A free Christmas activity for all ages brought to you by Biddulph Churches Together, Biddulph Town Council and local children’s illustrator Ruth Hearson Illustrator You can freestyle a beautiful Christmas image or head to your local post office (Brown Lees, High Street and Biddulph Moor) to collect a free nativity colouring sheet.… Continue Reading The Big Christmas Collage
This year Biddulph Sainsburys and Argos toy appeal will support local Biddulph children that are facing difficult circumstances this winter; they may not experience the excitement all children should have on Christmas morning, finding presents under the tree. Your kindness can have a positive influence in the Biddulph community this Christmas. Please share to your… Continue Reading Sainsburys & Argos Biddulph Toy Appeal
This year Sainsburys cant not host the Biddulph Branch of The Royal British Legion due to the Coronavirus. However, you can still get your poppy from Biddulph Town Hall. Monday to Saturday. Please do come along and make a small donation to support the group.
We have some exciting news! Biddulph Town Council worked to support residents throughout the Covid pandemic, but we also kept our other projects going too. In the past couple of weeks we have taken over the management of the Bus Hub, Town Hall and Biddulph Grange Country Park Visitor Centre. Town Councillors wanted to make… Continue Reading Exciting News
Event postponed… We had been hopeful that the Classic Vehicle event could take place this year. We had such a good time last year! On the advice of our partners and in support of our neighbours, we have decided to postpone the Classic Vehicle event, which had been planned for this coming weekend the 12… Continue Reading **POSTPONED** Classic Vehicle Show
Biddulph Town Council are supporting Councillor Salt and the “Over The Garden Gate” competition. Judging will take place on the 6th July 2020 Catagories are: Best Hanging Basket Best Plotted Plant Best Border Best Lawn Best Display of Childrens Gardening Best Garden In Ward Best In Show To enter please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name… Continue Reading Over The Garden Gate Gardening Competition
D&G Buses are starting to increase services from Monday 18 May with the reintroduction of buses between Biddulph and Congleton. The buses will run to the attached timetable doing a loop of the Knypersley estate then into Wharf Road and straight up the main road into Congleton. It’s likely the timetable will change again… Continue Reading More D&G Buses!
The Coronavirus emergency and consequent Government guidance means that we have been advised to cancel our VE Day 75 community celebrations. We are so disappointed that we cannot now go ahead with our events as planned. However, that doesn’t mean that we can’t still celebrate… How can you take part? Decorate your home with Red… Continue Reading Virtual VE Day Friday 8th May 2020
Please see the attached letter in relation to Covid-19 FINAL Letter from the Mayor 6 April 2020
There are several businesses currently operating a delivery service to the residents of Biddulph. The shopping list of products for each business is correct at the time of producing this (Monday 6 April 2020) but all stock is subject to availability. Most shops also offer more than what is listed, so please ask if there… Continue Reading Food Delivery Services to Biddulph Residents
A number of Biddulph Town Councillors are currently fit and able to support the community with coordinating the delivery of urgent supplies or providing advice. If a Councillor or Officer is not able to offer help themselves, they will sign-post you to a volunteer. There is a growing list of people who want to volunteer.… Continue Reading Here To Help
You are warmly invited our dementia friendly but open to all community cinema showcase. There will be an intermission with tea and homemade cake. Admission is free; a donation towards refrehsments is appreciated but not excpected. Dates for 2020 When: 12th February – Move Over Darling 18th March – Easter Parade 6th May 1st July… Continue Reading Dementia Friendly Open To All Cinema 2020 Dates
Following the popularity and success of the first Ethical Fair, Biddulph Town Council would like to offer the second installment! this event coincides with Fairtrade Fortnight so we will be promoting all things Fairtrade. Live Music, Vegan food stalls, yoga demos, craft and upcycling, refill and sustainable shopping and lots more. Please bring your own… Continue Reading Biddulph Ethical Fair Saturday February 29th 12-4pm
Our open to all and Dementia Friendly cinema showings returns on Wednesday 12th February at 1.30pm with a showing of the classic Doris Day movie Move Over Darling. There will be an intermission with tea and homemade cake. Free admission; a donation towards refrehsments is appreciated but not excpected. Contact Biddulph Town Council on 01782… Continue Reading Open to all / Dementia Friendly Cinema – Move Over Darling
The Biddulph Moor Christmas Lights Switch On will take place on Saturday 7th December 2019. Starting at 4.00pm with the big switch on at 5.30pm. We hope you can join us for a night of festive fun. Join us on the night for: Warwick’s Fun Fair Live Entertainment with Moorlands Radio Carols Santa We… Continue Reading Biddulph Moor Christmas Lights Switch On Event
The Christmas Lights Switch On will take place on Saturday 30th November 2019 on the High Street. Starting at 4pm with the big switch on at 6.00pm. We hope you can join us for a night of festive fun. Join us on the night for: Warwick’s Fun Fair Live Entertainment Market Stalls Children’s Lantern Parade… Continue Reading Biddulph Christmas Lights Switch On
The Neighbourhood Plan is available here: https://biddulph.co.uk/neighbourhood-plan/ The Neighbourhood Development Order is available here: https://biddulph.co.uk/neighbourhood-development-order/ We need your comments by Monday 4 November 2019. If you have any questions, please get in touch!
Saturday 12th October 7.00-9.30pm Biddulph Town Hall Tickets cost £3 including refreshments. Please join the Mayor and local residents Mr & Mrs Fletcher for a film “An Antarctic Adventure”. This will include a talk, the film showing including refreshments and a raffle. All proceeds to go to the Mayors Biddulph Charities. If you have any… Continue Reading An Antarctic Adventure
Saturday 5 October, 10-2pm Join us for the first ‘Ethical Fair’ in Biddulph Town Hall. There will be vegan food, Fairtrade products, cakes and bakes, yoga demonstrations and holistic therapies, environmentally friendly products and much more! Activities are available for children. If you need more information, please contact Biddulph Town Council on email@example.com or 01782… Continue Reading Ethical Fair
This Friday 4th October 9.00am-3.00pm is the autumnal Biddulph Artisan Market on the High Street. With the change of the season brings the new autumn produce. This time of year always inspires me to go back in to the kitchen and make something comforting and there is very little that a home made cake or… Continue Reading Artisan Market
Biddulph Neighbourhood Plan and Neighbourhood Development Order Consultation- Monday 23 September 2019, midday to Monday 4 November 2019, midday. Biddulph residents, supported by Biddulph Town Council, are undertaking the formal pre-submission consultation of the draft Neighbourhood Development Plan and draft Neighbourhood Development Order for Biddulph. This is a six-week statutory consultation period and… Continue Reading We want to here from you!
This Saturday will see Biddulph hold it’s first Beer & Music Festival in Biddulph Town Hall. There will be real ales available from the following brew houses and a fully stocked bar. The Bank Top Brewery Tap, Beartown Tap, Bollington The Cheshire Brewhouse Liverpool Organic Melwood RedWillow Macclesfield Titanic Brewery Team Toxic Waen. With lots… Continue Reading Beer & Music Festival
Saturday 14th September 2019. 2pm till 5.00pm Biddulph High Street. Do you have a passion for the Classics? Biddulph will host it’s first Classic Vehicle Show this Saturday from 2pm. Cars, Motorbikes, Scooters, Commercial & Military. Prizes for the Best In Class. No vehicle? No problem. Come and reminisce. Hot food available and local stalls… Continue Reading Biddulph Classic Vehicle Show
Following the Town and District Council elections on Thursday 2 May 2019, please note that the Town Councillors for Biddulph are: Gerald Adams- North Elaine Baddeley- West Paul Barlow- South Connor Brady- East (also District) Jim Davies- North (also District) Jim Garvey- North Tony Hall- North (also District) Ken Harper- North Andrew Hart- North… Continue Reading Biddulph Town Councillors 2019-2023
The Mayor of Biddulph Councillor Oliver McGuinness cordially invites you to attend his ‘Garden Town of Staffordshire’ themed Civic Charity Ball On Friday 26th April 2019 at the Town Hall – Biddulph 7:00pm for 7:30pm Dress – Black Tie / Dark Lounge Suit or Evening Dress Entertainment by Still Standing Cost – £30 per… Continue Reading Tickets Now Available- Mayor’s Charity Ball
The first Artisan market of 2019 returns on April 5th. A mixture of food and craft will be available outside the Town Hall on the High Street from 09.00. The Artisan Market is a small friendly market offering little duplication giving you a nice variety of things to look at whilst offering something a little… Continue Reading Biddulph Artisan Market Returns
Tuesday 5th February 2019, 11am to 7pm Staffordshire Moorlands District Council is working with consultants, Sanderson Weatherall to create a vision for how mixed use development at Tunstall Road, Biddulph may look. The vision will then be shared with potential developers to shape their thinking in terms of what kind of development would be… Continue Reading Masterplan Event
Burial Grounds Tender Jan 2019 Biddulph Town Council is seeking an experienced company or individual to maintain the town’s Burial Grounds from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2022. The Town Council takes pride in the maintenance of the Biddulph Burial Grounds. The sites play a significant part in the lives of residents and the… Continue Reading Burial Grounds Maintenance Contract (3 years) tender
This is a new website and we want to show visitors how fabulous our town is! We know Biddulph is the home to keen photographers and here is your chance to get your photos on our website. Unfortunately we cannot pay for these photographs but we will credit your name along with them. Please email… Continue Reading We need your photos!