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Delivered to 24,403 homes and businesses bi-monthly, Locate is your round-up of everything local – a place where you can find news, events, businesses and more Welcome to the February / March edition of Locate. We hope your 2017 got off to a good start and that you’re having a happy and productive year so far.


This issue is full to the brim of great community news and features for you to get stuck in to. Read all about Em People, a charity set up to open and maintain an art studio and shop in Selby to support young adults with learning difficulties.

lisa warrener-editor

becky stubbs news and content writer

Get filled in on the Tour de Yorkshire route, Selby District Council’s Food Waste Campaign and York’s St Patrick’s Day festival.

And if that isn’t making you turn the page already, Junior Inclusive Music Projects are providing children who love to sing with a place to let loose! As always, we wish you a happy couple of months-we’ll be back in April with more positive stories from York, Selby, Tadcaster and everywhere in-between.

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Horoscopes 36

Local events 40

Sports 39

06 INCLUSIVE MUSIC-MAKING GROUP IS OPEN TO ALL We all know that music brings people together,

12 COUNCIL LINK-UP DELIVERS £1.5M SAVINGS Over one-and-a-half million pounds has been

and that is especially true at this new group

saved thanks to an innovative initiative

10 IMPROVE LIVES THROUGH ART 17 DON’T BE A WASTER Em People, a charity, art studio and shop in Selby, The council is urging residents to waste less food as

supports young adults with learning difficulties

part of a new project

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Inclusive music-making group is o We all know that music brings people together, and that is especially true at Junior Inclusive Music Projects (IMPs), a new weekly singing and signing group for 5-10 year olds that has come about thanks to generous funding from Youth Music and the Ed De Nunzio Charitable Trust. The group, which recently won a York Culture Award, meets every Monday during term time at Burton Stone Community Centre in York from 4.30pm to 5.30pm. IMPs members include children with a range of disabilities, siblings and friends of disabled members and children who simply love making music. Learning & Participation Co-ordinator Cathy Grant told Locate: ‘Singing and signing is a fun way to build confidence and develop skills in communication and music making. IMP members learn to sing and sign, write their own songs and original compositions, take part in public performances and, most importantly, have a lot of fun and make new friends.’

The group is run by Accessible Arts and Media, which also offers Senior IMPs, a weekly music group for young people aged 11+, and holiday clubs in the Easter and Summer holidays. There is now also the opportunity to work towards a qualification via the Arts Award. Cathy Grant told us: ‘I have recently trained as an Arts Award Adviser, which means young people can now work towards qualifications that are nationally recognised, and at the higher level, can be equivalent to a GCSE. ‘You don’t need any previous musical experience to join IMPs, and we support everyone to take part in the way that works best for them. We’re a friendly bunch and we love welcoming new members, so come and give us a try!’ To see the IMP members perform live, head along to Millthorpe School on Saturday, March 4 at 2.30pm. For more information and to book tickets for the concert at Millthorpe School, email imps@aamedia. or call 01904 626965. Visit the website at





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Nestled within a row of shops opposite the impressive Sel Em People-a charity, art studio and shop in Selby which su with learning difficulties and helps to promote employabi

The studio, which opened in September last year, aims to be a place where young people can develop their artistic talents and passions without restriction. The artists create and sell their work at the studio, with members of the public more than welcome to come in and share the space. They can draw, print, make cushions or furniture or simply relax with a coffee. All funds raised by the newly founded charity will be put towards resources for the studio, such as maintenance to keep the studio running, computer, printers and arts and craft supplies. This means that your funds will be going directly toward keeping these students’ dreams alive. The Em People studio will work closely with the Blueberry Academy and Personal Learning Pathway (PLP) programmes.


Em People will provide extra facilities to allow these programmes to increase their services and provide more support to those who participate. What is the Blueberry Academy? The Blueberry Academy team provide specialist support for adults with learning difficulties. The main aims of the Academy is to promote employability and independence. It strives to provide a quality service that meets the needs and aspirations of its learners, providers, employers and the local community. The Academy currently supports over 50 individuals in York and North Yorkshire to grow and develop. The opportunities for individuals are through either Education or Social Care routes. The projects are destination focused aimed at the progression to employment or independence. All trainees on


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employment routes are supported in job search and applications and receive in-work job coaching. What are Personalised Learning Pathways? A Personalised Learning Pathway is a specialist education provision for young people with an Education, Health and Care Plan who would benefit from learning within their local community after they have finished school. It is a person-centred programme which supports the young person to develop and progress to help them to achieve their goals and to have a successful adult life. Em People hopes to bring fresh opportunities and a new lease of life to people with learning difficulties in the Selby area. To find out more about Em People, pop into their shop on The Crescent, Selby, or search them on Facebook - @EmPeople


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Council link-up delivers £1.5m sa Over one-and-a-half million pounds has been saved during the first three years of an innovative collaboration between North Yorkshire County Council and Selby District Council called Better Together The two councils have been working together to see where they can improve services for customers by working more effectively together, or where savings can be achieved by pooling resources or through joint procurement. In the Selby district, the County Council delivers services such as highways, education and social care. The District Council delivers services such as waste and recycling, leisure and housing. Both councils cover the same residents. It’s now just over three years since the two councils put in place joint senior management arrangements. During this time, numerous links have been made with the aim of delivering better value for taxpayers’ money such as the two councils linking up their telephone systems, which alone has made an annual

saving of £20,000. Over £50,000 has been saved so far-with more to come-through the joint procurement of a print and copying contract. And that’s not all; £100,000 has been saved in the first year of a new joint finance function, which also supports a range of other joint initiatives. The two councils have also been looking at how they can work together to improve the service for their joint customers. For example, the County Council’s registrar service now operates from the District Council’s modern civic centre office, supporting better access to the service in improved surroundings.  Meanwhile, the District Council’s assets team-which looks after the council’s 3,000 homes-is now working alongside the County Council’s highways team in Selby.

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COUNCIL URGES‘DON’T BE A WASTER’ The council is urging residents to waste less food as part of a new project Selby District Council has launched a 12-month project to clean up the district and tackle important issues such as litter, fly tipping, waste, recycling and dog fouling. The ‘Don’t be a Waster – reduce, reuse, respect’ campaign will focus on a different issue each month and work with parish councils, community groups and local businesses to make a difference to the local area. February is all about putting the spotlight on food waste with a roadshow being held in Selby on Monday, February 20 where acclaimed Yorkshire chef Nigel Brown will give a leftover food cookery demonstration. North Yorkshire Rotters will also be in attendance to answer questions about composting food waste. The Rotters are volunteers from across North Yorkshire who offer friendly advice and expertise to people in their local communities who want to reduce their food waste and save money. They believe they can help the average household save up to £720 per year by effective planning, storing and cooking with leftovers. March’s focus on fly tipping will see the council work with a local community group on an innovative art project to deter fly tipping at hot spots around the district. Later in the year, the campaign will look at dog fouling, reuse and repair, recycling furniture, graffiti and abandoned vehicles.

January focused on litter and included the popular social media campaign #1PieceOfRubbish, which encouraged residents to pick up a piece of litter and put it in the bin. Residents would take a photograph of themselves binning the litter and post it on social media using the hashtag #1PieceOfRubbish. People who took part won a variety of prizes including Summit Indoor Adventure gift vouchers, fish and chip suppers and a meal a month for a year at McDonald’s, Selby. Cllr Richard Musgrave, Selby District Council executive member with responsibility for housing, leisure, health and culture, told Locate: ‘We love our district. We’re proud of it and we want to encourage pride in our towns and villages. ‘It’s not just about the environmental benefits of less landfill and more recycling. This is bigger, better and wider than that. We want to bring together partners, community groups and the residents who already make a difference.’


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to show off the town and the local area. Leader of Selby District Council, Cllr Mark Crane, told Locate: ‘Selby District Council is funding Tadcaster involvement in this year’s race as part of our efforts to support the town following the flooding of Christmas 2015. ‘We know from previous years that being a starting point for the race brings huge benefits, and this is a chance to show off our town to the world.  ‘This latest roadshow is part of our efforts to get out and about to tell people more about the race and how

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POLICE MOVE TO CIVIC CENTRE ON TARGET Work is now progressing to create a new police station at Selby District Council’s civic centre, following the recent granting of planning permission Part of the Civic Centre on Doncaster Road, Selby, will be developed as a police station and the car park will be extended for all staff working at the site, which includes the hospital too. The move is set to save taxpayers’ money as both North Yorkshire Police and Selby District Council are expected to make savings from the project. The new police station will be significantly cheaper to run than the existing building on Portholme Road, Selby. Assistant Chief Constable Paul Kennedy of North Yorkshire Police said: ‘Co-locating with Selby District Council is a win-win situation. ‘It means we can run our buildings more economically, which benefits both taxpayers and North Yorkshire Police-and we’re also closer to the organisations we work with every day.

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Meet the Funders event gives local organisations a boost

A funding fair in Selby has given third-sector organisations a much-needed chance to meet with potential investors Community and voluntary groups from across the Selby District flocked to a Meet the Funder event at Community House, Selby, in a bid to gain help, advice and ultimately the funding needed to make their organisation thrive. National funding organisations such as the Big Lottery Fund, Heritage Lottery Fund and UnLtd were joined at the event by regional funders such as the Coalfields Regeneration Trust and Two Ridings Community Foundation. The event, hosted by Selby District AVS and sponsored by Selby District Council, allowed local groups to talk face-to-face with the funders in a relaxed environment, gaining advice and information about the funding available to them. It was also a great opportunity to network with local groups.

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Tony Appleton, Chief Officer at Selby District AVS, told Locate: ‘We were over the moon with the response we had from our Meet the Funder event. It was great to see well over a hundred people from various third-sector organisations in the district walk through the doors of Community House and leave feeling happy and excited about the future. ‘We hope to host more Meet the Funder events in the future and continue to support charitable, voluntary and community organisations in the Selby District.’ Selby District AVS is a local support and development organisation, a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. Find out more about the work Selby District AVS do on their website:

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Phil Wimbles is taking pride in seeing his flooring business grow from strength to strength

For quality flooring and a friendly service, you don’t have to look any further than Selby-based Wimbles Carpets & Interiors. Phil aims to give you good, honest advice at prices to suit all budgets Phil, when did you set up Wimbles Carpets & Interiors? I set up the business in 2014, but before that I’d worked in carpets and flooring for over 30 years. It’s always a big step becoming your own boss, but the passion I have for the work I do gave me the motivation needed. It’s safe to say I’m really glad I made the decision. Can you tell us about the services you offer? I provide the people of Selby and anywhere across Yorkshire with a friendly, no-fuss carpet and flooring service. I always offer a free no-obligation visit where I provide advice and a quotation in an environment that suits the customer, and then from there we aim to begin making their vision become a reality. Whether a customer is looking for a bedroom carpet or full home, office or hotel carpeting, I’m here to help.  What makes you stand out from other businesses offering


a similar service? At Wimbles, we really pride ourselves on customer service and going the extra mile. My priority is to make sure our customers are happy at every stage of the process-starting right from their free consultation. That means not pressuring them and simply offering them help and advice using my years of experience. From a business perspective, how do you find the local area? The great thing about Selby is that we are quite a close communityeverybody knows everybody-and that’s brilliant for me as I rely quite heavily on recommendations. If you do a great job, then word soon gets around, and that’s exactly what you want when running a business. So taking that into account, I’d say the local area was really great for businesses. What does the future hold for Wimbles Carpets & Interiors? My priority is to continue to

give a high-quality service to the community. I absolutely love the work I do and I’m passionate about making customers happy, so as long as I can continue to do that, you can bet that I will! Any interesting facts about Wimbles Carpets & Interiors? When I was younger, I hated my surname Wimbles. I’d get teased constantly due to its similarity to the ‘Wombles’. But now, as a businessman, I embrace the similarity because it makes people remember my business. I just have to remind them-it’s Wimbles not Wombles! Lastly, what are the main benefits you find to advertising in our magazines? I think it’s really crucial to have a recognisable brand and a large presence across as many platforms as possible, so it’s important to advertise in local magazines such as Locate.

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ARIES 21st mar-20th apr

PISCES 9th Feb-20th Mar

Aries, it’s time to get organised. You really want something? Go out and get it. And when you get it? Move on to the next goal.

You love helping others and it’s one of the qualities that makes you special, but remember that you need to be

The next couple of months should be about being kind to yourself. Don’t

TAURUS 21st april-21st may

take things too personally, take some time out to do the things you enjoy and treat your body well. You’ll be feeling great before you know it.

GEMINI 22nd may-21st june You had a crammed start to the year and it might have left you feeling out of touch with yourself. Writing down your thoughts and goals in a journal might be a good way to get back on track.

CANCER 22nd jun-22nd jul

If you find yourself feeling highly emotional, it’s important to take a deep breath and try to understand how you’re feeling and why. Find the root of the emotion and figure out how to deal with it calmly.

LEO 23rd july-23rd aug Leo, learn to say no over the next couple of months. Sometimes you just need to take some time to sit at home doing nothing-if you’re friends and family truly


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VIRGO 24th aug-22nd sept You’re feeling very creative at the moment, Virgo, so make sure you put it to good use - why don’t you get stuck into that project you’ve been meaning to start for a while? There’s no time like the present.

LIBRA 23rd sept-23rd oct The next couple of months mark the time to make a choice about whether or not you are committed. Whether it’s a romance, a job or a friendship, you need to decide how you feel about it and if you’re not willing to commit - back out.

SCORPIO 24th oct-22nd nov

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SAGITTARIUS 23rd nov-21st dec February and March should be a little quieter than usual for you. Make the most of it-grab a pen and paper and get planning-the world is yours, if you want it!

CAPRICORN 22nd dec-20th jan The next two months are a great opportunity to start being forgiving and compassionate to both yourself and others. Live your life this way and you will reap the rewards.

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Nurturing our future football stars

Plenty of homegrown young footballing talent is emerging in the York area, thanks to the All Star Football Academy It offers weekly development coaching for all age groups from under-6’s to under-16’s, as well as school holiday football clubs and Rising Stars coaching sessions for 3-5 year olds. The aim is to bridge the gap between grass-roots football clubs and professional academies. The key focus is a player-centred approach, where youngsters gain a greater knowledge and development of all areas of the game, including the technical, tactical, social, psychological and physical elements. Chris Dowson runs the York South branch of All Star. He told Locate: ‘Most of our young members already have a keen interest in football through playing for their local team, but we also welcome those who are just starting out. ‘We are passionate about embedding a thorough

understanding and love for the game in all of our boys and girls, from the age of three and upwards.’ The York South branch of All Star runs development sessions on Wednesday evenings at York Sports Village from 5pm-7pm. The Rising Stars (3-5 year olds) meet at Burnholme Community Hub on Tuesdays between 4pm-5pm. There are also school holiday clubs which are open to boys and girls of all abilities between the ages of 5 and 14. In addition to York South, there are also branches covering Hambleton, Leeds and the rest of York. For more information visit the website at www. or search All Star Football Academy York South on Facebook. Chris Dowson can be contacted at



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FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAY OF THE MONTH, 6PM-7.30PM HULA HOOP CLASS Learn waist hooping and hula hoop tricks whilst getting fit and making new friends. 60-minute class plus 30-minute hoop jam - £5 per session. Hoops and encouragement provided. No pressure to attend every week. Suitable for absolute beginners and improvers. York Dance Works in York. Tel. 07981 553465

EVERY WEDNESDAY, 5.45PM6.45PM AND 6.45PM-7.45PM Mitsuru Karate Family-based karate club 5 years through to adults. Families welcome. The Riley-Smith Hall, Tadcaster Tel. Sean 07789775181

EVERY FRIDAY DURING TERM TIME, FROM 10AM Baby Ballet 10am classes for 18 months to 3 years. 10.45am for 3-4 years. The Riley-Smith Hall, Tadcaster Tel. 07412637586

SATURDAY 11TH FEBRUARY, 8PM Social Dance Musical hosts for the evening will be Stepping Out. Licensed Bar. £5 per person Osgodby Village Institute Tel. 07926 378753

EVERY MONDAY, 7PM-8.30PM Ballroom and Latin dance class for new beginners New introductions 1st Friday of every month. Dunnington Sports Club Tel. 07914 941268

EVERY MONDAY, 3.30PM-5PM Arrows A group to help develop self-esteem and social skills. From 7-10 years. Referral only. St Richard’s Hall, Barwic Parade

EVERY TUESDAY, 5:45PM-7.15PM Youth Club 11-14 years. Games, crafts, space to sit and chat. Term time only. The Youth Hub, YO8 4DL

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FRIDAY 24TH FEBRUARY, 7.30PM Chesney and Chip Hawkes Father and son, Chesney and Chip Hawkes, are finally fulfilling a longheld ambition to go out on tour together. £20 on the door Selby Town Hall

THURSDAY 27TH APRIL, 7.30PM That’ll Be the Day Step back in time with a brand-new edition of the popular touring show, and hear rock’n’roll hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Grand Opera House, York

WEDNESDAY 15TH NOVEMBER, 8PM Joel Dommett: LIVE The young comedy star with a cupboard full of accolades and dreadfully modern hair. York Barbican Tel. 0844 854 2757

EVERY TUESDAY, 6PM-7PM Regular Class Zumba Pay on the door. Email Kayti at or go to The Riley Smith Hall, Tadcaster

EVERY THURSDAY, 10.30AM-11.30AM Breastfeeding Group Come along for refreshments, support and to feed in a relaxed environment. Just drop in and join this friendly group. Portholme Church, YO8 4QH

MONDAY 27TH FEBRUARY AND MONDAY 27TH MARCH, 10AM-11.30AM ADHD Support Group Parent-led support group for parents of children with a diagnosis of ADHD. Information and support available. Selby South Children’s Centre YO8 8DJ

EVERY TUESDAY, 6.45PM-7.45PM Regular Mindfulness Class Find calmness with gentle mindful exercise and meditation in Stutton. Come and give it a go. Tel. Sue on 07729 617471 EVERY TUESDAY, 7PM-8PM Regular Pilates Class Held at Community Centre, Scott Road, Selby. Tel. 01757 702750 or 07503 180839 or email EVERY TUESDAY, 7.30PM10.30PM Tadcaster Jive Excellent tuition and freestyle, great music and licensed bar. Tel. Jon on 07540 159658 The Riley-Smith Hall, Tadcaster EVERY THURSDAY Tadcaster Market The market is open from early morning with a variety of stalls, and usually closes at around 2pm. Serves light refreshments. Tadcaster Social Club Car Park

EVERY FRIDAY, 8.30PM-10PM Ballroom & latin dance class for new beginners New introductions 1st Friday of every month. Come along and try something new this year. Osgodby Village Institute Tel. 07914 941268 WEDNESDAY 22ND FEBRUARY AND 2ND MARCH, 6PM-8PM LGBT Group Youth group for those who are or think they might be Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Questioning. 14-19 years. For more information and venue contact Pip Nix on 07542 174275 SUNDAY 26TH FEBRUARY, 2PM-5PM Tea Dance at Collingham Memorial Hall Join us for an àfternoon of Ballroom, Latin and Sequence dancing in a relaxed and friendly environment. Refreshments included. Tel: 07786 734826

MONDAY 6TH MARCH, 9AM-10AM Family Support Drop-In and Parents’ Coffee Morning Come along and meet other parents. Play activities available for pre-school children Selby South Children’s Centre YO8 8DJ TUESDAY 7TH MARCH, 7.30PM Sleeptalking Bristol based indie rockers destined for great things. Sleeptalking are a band on a definite upward trajectory. Catch them in a small venue while you can. Enjoy the cool, relaxed environment of the Fulford Arms, situated just outside the city walls of York. The venue brings together real ales, live music and good times. Tickets £3.50. The Fulford Arms, York Tel. 01904 620410


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‘Cobus team celebrating 25-years in business’

Cobus has saved its telephone line and calls customers a total of £622,844.04 in a single year! This figure is the actual comparable money saved by Cobus customers in this area who have made the informed choice to switch to Cobus from other network providers. Changing provider is just like changing your gas or electricity, with no interruption in service or alterations to your existing telephone numbers – it really is that simple. We have wholesale agreements with the largest national network providers and we negotiate the best deals in order to pass on these huge savings to our customers. If you want to know how much you could save by switching your telephone services to Cobus, all we require is a copy of your current bill and we will provide you with a genuine cost comparison. Established in Hull for over 25 years Cobus have


been providing expert communication solutions for businesses located across the UK and beyond since 1991. Nationally recognised for its award winning services, Cobus deliver a complete communications package and provide a range of quality products and professional services including telephone systems, telephone line and call savings, business mobiles, CCTV solutions and door access control. Cobus has built up an impressive list of clients ranging from small independents to some of the largest organisations in the area such as JZ Flowers, Humber Bridge Board and Victoria Plum to name a few as well as companies across the UK while spanning across all industry types. To take advantage of this no obligation cost comparison, please call the sales team to make an appointment on 01482 225666 or email

THE THREE QUESTIONS MOST COMMONLY ASKED... Q) What if I’ve already paid by telephone line rental in advance? Will I lose out? A) All rentals are paid in advance but Cobus will arrange the refund in full for all rentals paid. Q) You’ve said that the line rental is lower and that calls are cheaper. Is this all call types? A) Cobus can offer your business a reduction in all call types, including mobile, national and international. Q) How long does the process take and is it really that easy to switch to Cobus? A) The whole process usually takes only two weeks and is just like changing energy suppliers.

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