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Planning Matters as at 7th December 2016

APPLICATIONS BI/16/03902/FUL - The Allman Property Partnership Land Rear Of Elmstead Birdham Road Birdham Chichester Use of former apple store for business (use class B1) and associated works. https://publicaccess.chichester.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=OHEMDSER0SR00 BI/16/03936/TPA - Mr... read more »

Welcome to the Birdham Parish Council Website…

Welcome to the Birdham Parish Council Website…

The village of Birdham is a small and welcoming community just south of the historic town of Chichester in West Sussex. This website aims to help our residents and visitors to learn about the village, the work of our Parish Council and to provide information about the businesses and people that make Birdham special…

The Council usually meets on the third Monday of each month, except August, at 7pm at the Village Hall.

The Village Hall

The Village Hall was opened in 1954 on land sold to the Parish Council in 1951 by William Farne and his sister Mildred Adams. The Hall was completely repaired and refurbished in 2005/6. A Scout Hut was added in 1964.

For bookings please contact:Betty Geary Caretaker and Booking Agent 01243 512581. For Birdham Social Club please contact: Marie Geary marie.geary@bushinternet.com 01243 514812.

A Little bit more about the history of the Birdham Village...

Some notes on the history of Birdham Birdham lies four miles south of Chichester and is a Parish of approximately 1800 acres (730 hectares), bounded by the Parishes of Appledram, Sidlesham, Earnley, East Wittering, West Wittering and West Itchenor. It is believed that two Roman roads met at the present Bell Lane junction and the road led from there to Chichester Harbour and on to Bosham via a ferry... Read More