RICHARD BIRD

...putting people before party

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  • Planners asked to protect the Conservation Area

    Planners asked to protect the Conservation Area

    6th March 2015 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    Campaigning to keep the green area that was formerly part of the Convent gardens and most recently the Homestead garden an open space, residents and members from Hunstanton’s Civic Society met in Sandringham Road as councillors and officials from the Borough Council visited the site on Thursday morning.

  • Bowlers raise money for Changing Faces

    Bowlers raise money for Changing Faces

    5th March 2015 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    A Ladies President’s Day at Hunstanton Indoor Bowls Club raised £150 for the Changing Faces with a match between the men’s and women’s teams at the Oasis Leisure Centre in Hunstanton.

  • Every picture tells a story – or does it?

    Every picture tells a story – or does it?

    11th March 2014 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    If you saw a sign saying: “House for Sale – Just 169 years from the beach” you might do a double-take, but this is exactly the sign displayed outside a house on Cliff Parade Hunstanton.

  • Councillors form Independent group

    Councillors form Independent group

    7th March 2014 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    Two West Norfolk politicians have joined forces to form a new independent grouping within Norfolk County Council, it has been announced this week.

  • March 2014

    Councillor Notes March 2014

    Richard Bird

  • HUNSTANTON: Bird flies the Labour nest

    HUNSTANTON: Bird flies the Labour nest

    26th March 2013 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    Richard Bird, one of Hunstanton’s three West Norfolk councillors, has resigned from the Labour Party and will now sit as an independent on the borough council.

  • March 2013

    Councillor Notes for Mar 2013

    Careless Talk Costs Lives or in 2013, Careless Talk Costs Livelihoods.

    Richard Bird

  • Grand gesture raises Edfest money

    Grand gesture raises Edfest money

    8th March 2012 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    A cheque for £1,000 was presented to Hunstanton town Mayor, councillor Carol Bower and town clerk, Lisa Powell by councillor Richard Bird on behalf of Edfest.

  • Marathon Man

    Marathon Man

    by Peter Bird - 5th March 2012 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    THE London Olympics to be staged this summer have brought back memories for retired Hunstanton businessman Richard Bird, of a time 23 years ago when he set personal and world athletics records.

  • Plans win for hotelier

    Plans win for hotelier

    26th March 2009 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    A HOTEL owner has won the right to convert it into flats, through a planning appeal.

  • Hunny dismay with resort's parking lot

    Hunny dismay with resort's parking lot

    20th March 2008 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    CONTROVERSIAL plans to increase parking charges in West Norfolk have come in for renewed criticism amid strong concerns about the impact the move will have on Hunstanton.

  • Accident waiting to happen at Hunstanton

    Accident waiting to happen at Hunstanton

    18th March 2008 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    A CAMPAIGN has been launched to protect future generations of Hunstanton amid concerns that lives are being put at risk while accessing the town's recreation ground.

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