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CHURCH & VILLAGE NEWS Escrick - Deighton - Stillingfleet Kelfield - Naburn - Crockey Hill

April 2021 “Christ is Risen, he is risen indeed, Alleluia!”

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ALL VILLAGES The Rectory, Escrick Dear Friends, New Hope – he is Risen indeed, Alleluia! I am pleased that all our six churches will be open from Easter Day and with the usual pattern of services back again. Whilst we have been having Zoom services this is no substitute for worship in our churches. We would like to welcome you back to worship with us. Easter is the greatest festival of the church’s year. At Easter we celebrate what God has done in Jesus, how though Jesus had been put to death, now he is Risen. The pain and anguish of the Passion of Jesus has gone, and we celebrate the power of God in bringing his son Jesus from death to new life. As we read and hear the accounts of those early days when Jesus met with the disciples and followers, we see those witnesses coming to terms with what had happened and what the resurrection meant to them and their understanding of Jesus and God. What we understand and believe now is not what the first disciples believed; they were yet to fully comprehend all that had taken place. What still amazes me about the accounts that we have is that Jesus revealed himself to those who had been his followers before his death. He came to them. God in Jesus wants us to ‘see’ and to be in communion with him. If we are open to him, to the possibility of God making himself known, then we can begin to comprehend the wisdom of God. As the scriptures says, we cannot fully understand God but if we look at Jesus then we also see God. As we again celebrate the Risen Christ, let us again discover his purposes for us, and that like the gospel of John, we can believe that we might have life more abundantly (John 10:10).

Yours, Richard Kirkman.

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New assistant Priest for our parishes We welcome the Revd. Dave Rogers into ministry in our parishes; he has written a brief biography to introduce himself. Dave Rogers I was brought up in an East Riding village called Elloughton. I went to University in London, obtained a Business Studies Degree, and worked in the bus industry in various parts of the country, including Hull. I studied for ministry in Lincoln, was ordained, and returned to ministry in Hull for 30 years, apart from a year as Director of Leeds Church Institute. I have been in a City Centre church, Industrial Mission, Self-Supporting Ministry whilst I ran a local charity, and latterly for eight years as Team Rector of an outer urban parish. I have three grown up children from my first marriage. I am married to Lydia and we share our home with KB the German Shepherd dog.

Mothers’ Union At the time of writing there is still a lot of uncertainty about when Covid restrictions will be lifted. We are hopeful that we will be in church again for Easter Sunday for a socially distanced service with other people from the Parish. However, we will not be able to hold our regular monthly meetings yet. Patience is the virtue for which we all must pray. Not all our members use social media, but for those of us that do, have found it a great way to see the wider Mothers’ Union family, and to know how enthusiastic this society is, and to be sure that we will get through this pandemic. The good work which the Mothers’ Union does with the oppressed and suffering people around the world still goes on, even in Covid stricken areas. We must continue to support them. Pamela Yates, Branch Leader (tel. 01904 728423)

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Woodmeadow Trust We’re recruiting! We are looking for an experienced finance administrator who will be responsible for maintaining income and expenditure records in Quick Books and producing financial reports. The successful applicant will be someone who is experienced in the use of Quick Books, or similar accountancy software, they will be well organised and demonstrate good attention to detail. This position is offered as a freelance, part-time position for approx. 20 hours a month. The position will be home-based; however, you will be expected to occasionally travel to our registered office in Escrick and Three Hagges Woodmeadow near Escrick. Closing date 11 April 2021. For further details and how to apply, visit: https://www.woodmeadowtrust.org.uk/DB/news-items/were-recruiting-afinance-administrator

Events and Activities at Three Hagges Woodmeadow Wooden Spoon Carving Workshop Saturday 24 April 2021, 1.30pm to 4.30pm Cost £35 A practical workshop introducing you to the ancient art of carving with an axe, a knife, and a crook knife. All tools and materials are supplied, and you will be the proud owner of your very own handmade spoon. Wild About Wildflowers Walk Saturday 19 June 2021, 10am to 11.30am Cost £10 Join botanist Kay McDowell, who will take you on a guided walk and introduce you to the wonderful wildflowers in Three Hagges Woodmeadow. For further information and to book tickets please visit: https://www.woodmeadowtrust.org.uk/visit/whats-on/events-listing

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ESCRICK Escrick Church Church Services We are delighted that our Sunday morning services resume in Church from Easter Sunday. On Easter Sunday we will have a 10am Holy Communion service and on Good Friday a service starting at 2pm. As before, we will have all Covid procedures in place. Our monthly Open Door service for all the family remains on Zoom for the moment but we will be back in Church as soon as we can. Our next Zoom Open Door service is on Easter Sunday, 4th April at 4pm (see separate poster). Please email escrickchurch@gmail.com for the Zoom links. Everyone welcome. Churchyard grass cutters As the days lengthen, we start to think about grass cutting. Our thanks to the very loyal team who look after the Churchyard. It always looks so well cared for, thank you all. To spread the load a little, we would very much welcome some extra help, either week by week or for one off tasks. If you have an odd hour to spare, and enjoy being outside, Brian Castle would love to hear from you on 01904 728343. Thank you. Escrick Church 100 Club Winning numbers for March 67, 12, 75, 119. Congratulations to the winners. Would you like a number in the Escrick Church 100 Club? The new 100 Club year starts with the April draw. It costs just £12 for a number to be entered in the 12 monthly draws. As well as being in with a chance of winning one of four monthly prizes, you are providing very valuable support for your local Church. Monthly prizes are 1st £20, 2nd £10, 3rd £10, and 4th £10. If you would like a number or are happy to rejoin, please contact Carolyn Skilbeck on skilbecks@hotmail.co.uk or Tel 01904 728276. Payment can be made by bank transfer, cheque, or cash. Thank you very much. If you are reading this during April, you can still join from the next draw… It would be just £11 for the rest of the year.

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Christian Aid For Covid reasons, there will be no house-to-house collections this year. It is a very worthwhile charity, and we hope instead to hold a fundraising coffee morning in Church when it is safe to do so. After many years, Maurice is stepping down from the local Christian Aid liaison role. If anyone would be prepared to consider taking this on, please do get in touch with Caroline on 01904 720703 for more details. Thank you. Looking forward… Calling all craft people… We hope in the not-too-distant future to launch a project to create a ‘Memorial Garden’ in the Churchyard and to hold a Christmas tree festival in December. With this in mind, we would like to invite people to start making some Christmas decorations to dress a Christmas Tree in church. The idea is to make as many hand-crafted tree decorations as possible, which will be put on display for people to sponsor and attach a short message. The sponsorship raised through the decorations will help to fund the proposed memorial garden. Each decoration should be between 10-15cms (4-6 inches), and there is plenty of scope for creativity. The decorations will then be put away safely for future years.

Currently we have two easy knitting patterns available – a bauble and a Christmas tree which you can then decorate with your own design. Other designs are very welcome, e.g., using felt, fabrics, wood, and any other suitable materials, and it would be great if you were able to share your ideas with others. Please contact Caroline (escrickchurch@gmail.com) or Christine (escrick pcc@gmail.com) if you’d like further details or the knitting patterns.

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Again, as you are aware, our Heritage events remain on hold. In the meantime, here is a link to our website: https://www.escrickheritage.org/heritage/ and our newsletters: https://www.escrickheritage.org/monthly-newsletter/ Looking forward, we have a date in the diary for a Heritage Open Day on 18th September when we hope to have lots of activities for all the family to enjoy. Hopefully, it won’t be too long now before we can start meeting in person over a cup of tea! We very much look forward to it. April 1897 - Escrick Parish Magazine Escrick Church has been given a bound copy of the monthly parish magazines from 1897. Each month we will be showcasing one sheet from the relevant month in our current magazine! Look over the page for a glimpse of village life in April, 1897…

Monday Players Despite lockdown, Monday Players continue to meet weekly by Zoom and have been spending the time productively by reading plays and getting ideas for our programme when we finally arrive at ‘New Normal’. Some of our group have taken up a challenge and are entering Online Acting Exams and have been making some really good progress. We welcome new members. On the one hand we have performers, and on the other there's stagecraft. These tasks are disciplines in their own right; acquiring costume, organising and making props, stage managing, creating and playing sound effects, planning and hanging lighting, helping with Front of House, and painting scenery, 7-foot high is always fun, for the artistic amongst us. We try to be a supportive and welcoming group. Do get in touch if you'd like to find out more. Our Membership Secretary is Bob Wells at bobel.wells@gmail.com.

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Services in April 2021 for Es DATE

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4th. Feb. 9.30 a.m. Escrick Holy Communion EASTER DAY 5.15 a.m. Aughton Holy Communion 4th APRIL 9.15 a.m. Naburn Holy Communion 10.00 a.m. Escrick Holy Communion 10.30 a.m. Skipwith  Holy Communion  10.30 a.m.  Bubwith Holy Communion 11.15 a.m. Stillingfleet Holy Communion 4.00 p.m. Escrick “Zoom – Open Door” 8th Feb. 9.30 a.m. Holy Communion EASTER 2 9.00 a.m. Stillingfleet Joint Churches All Age Service 11th. April 10.00 a.m. Escrick Holy Communion 10.30 a.m. Skipwith Family Communion 15th. April 9.30 a.m. Escrick Holy Communion EASTER 3 9.00 a.m.  Aughton Holy Communion 18th April 9.15 a.m. Naburn Holy Communion 10.00 a.m. Escrick Morning Prayer 10.30 a.m. Skipwith Morning Prayer  10.30 a.m. Bubwith Holy Communion 22nd. April 9.30 a.m. Escrick Holy Communion

Contact: Rector: Revd. Richard Kirkman, The Rectory, York Road, Escrick YO19 6EY Methodist Minister: Revd Steve Barlow Tel:01904 709713 CHURCH WARDENS: ESCRICK: Mrs. C. Wandless Tel. 720703 / 07774 461026 / escrickchurch@gmail.com NABURN: Mrs. J. Dale, Tel. 634231, Sallie Gray, Tel. 624765 STILLINGFLEET UNITED CHURCHES LEP Mrs. Grace Atkinson 01904 728373

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EASTER 4 9.15 a.m. Naburn Holy Communion 25th. April 10.00 a.m. Escrick Holy Communion 10.30 a.m. Stillingfleet Church Holy Communion 10.30 a.m.  Skipwith Church All Age  29th. April 9.30 a.m. Escrick Holy Communion EASTER 5 8.30 a.m. Escrick Holy Communion 2nd May 9.00 a.m.  Aughton Morning Prayer 9.15 a.m. Naburn Holy Communion 10.30 a.m.  Skipwith  Holy Communion with Confirmation 10.30 a.m.  Bubwith Holy Communion 4.00 p.m. Escrick “Zoom – Open Door” 6th. May 9.30 a.m. Escrick Holy Communion

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MAGAZINE EDITOR: Poppy Green, Email: parishmagedit@gmail.com ADVERTISING MANAGER: Jill Smowton, Email: parishmagadvert@gmail.com Due to the current Covid-19 situation, we regret that we are now suspending the hard copy Parish magazine until sometime in the New Year. We know that a great many of you really enjoy and value the monthly magazine and we will do our very best to get it back up and running just as soon as we are able. Thank you to all our contributors and delivery people for your ongoing support. It is very much appreciated.

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The children are bored! Want to try something different, entertaining and engaging? St Helen's Church 'Open Door' service is for children (and adults too!) This month we’re on 'Zoom' and there are lots of activities celebrating Easter.

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Escrick Pre-school Playgroup We have been so excited to welcome spring and all the lovely activities and learning opportunities this brings. We have been looking at lots of signs of spring including welcoming baby animals, exploring daffodils with paints, and experimenting with salt dough. With the beautiful sun shining we definitely have an extra spring in our step! About Us • We provide a fun, friendly setting that delivers high quality childcare for children in Escrick and surrounding villages • We take children from 2 years old and accept government funding entitlements (15 hrs and 30 hrs) and childcare vouchers • We are open Monday - Friday and operate on a session basis: Morning session 9.15 am - 11.45 am Lunchtime session 11.45 am - 12.30 pm Afternoon session 12.30 pm - 3.00 pm • We have an exceptional team of experienced, friendly staff and provide links with neighbouring schools to assist in every child’s transition to big school Contact Pre-school Manager Sally for more information or to arrange a visit. Email manager.escrickplaygroup@gmail.com or call 01904 720420. Find out more about us at www.escrickpreschool.co.uk Places are filling up for September 2021 so get in touch to reserve your child's place now.

ESCRICK 10K 2021 By kind permission of Escrick Park Estate and Queen Margaret’s School The Escrick 10K run is planned for Sunday, 22nd August 2021 starting at 11.00am on the Village Green. Preparations are well underway on the assumption that we will be able to go ahead, but we will obviously consider evolving COVID guidance and keep the situation under review. Updates will follow later in the year. For more details please go to www.escrick10k.co.uk The event raises more than £5000 for the Playing Fields Association, as well as being a valuable source of funding for the Village Green Association. Our volunteers are the most important element in the success of the event, providing help and encouragement. If you can spare a few hours on the day, please email volunteers@escrick10k.co.uk

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Escrick Primary School News School re-opening We are happy to say that school’s re-opening in March went very smoothly, and it has been so lovely to be able to get back to teaching and learning in school! We began with a celebration of British Science Week; all classes did some exciting practical science work. In week two, we had an important art project to work on, finding out about and creating art to do with light in dark times. We also had a fantastic Red Nose Day and raised over £500 for this worthy cause by wearing non-uniform or dressing up as superheroes – thank you so much to everyone who contributed! We were really impressed with how the children managed in the last three weeks of term. School life is still not “normal,” and many children have had a lot of time away from the classroom. Once again, they have adapted well and got into the swing of lessons, showing super resilience, and working hard. Well done to all, and now we look forward, hopefully, to a lovely, uninterrupted, summer term! Happily, we have been able to welcome back into school Mr Novell for Wider Opportunities music lessons with Year 4, and after the Easter holiday the children will once again enjoy the visits of Ceri the Worry Wizard to work through issues around wellbeing. Happy Easter! Luckily, we returned to school just in time to make our Mothers’ Day cards. We then learned about the story of Easter in lessons and collective worship, and although we could not enjoy singing and sharing our Easter celebration with parents and friends this year, we were still able to enjoy some Easter crafts and activities. Keeping active in lockdown Congratulations to some of our Lockdown Sports stars! Escrick finished top in the Year 3/4 Ultimate Warrior competition for Yorkshire and finished 9th nationally, which is an amazing achievement. The year 5/6 pupils finished in 7th and 8th position in both leagues and 31st nationally, which is a fantastic achievement as well. Huge congratulations to Abigail in year 3 who recorded the fastest time, closely followed by a large group of year 4s.

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Escrick Parish Council Bus stop Options for lighting at the bus stops are still being explored. Rubbish bins have been requested, but City of York Council have advised that this is outside the area covered by their service. Planning Selby District Council consulted on its new ‘local plan’ during February/March. The Parish Council received various representations from residents and other members of the public, primarily about the potential new settlement of Heronby proposed to the South West of the village. Please see the Parish Council website for more details: https://www.escrick.org/council/selbylocal-plan-2021/ North Yorkshire County Council have now rejected the planning application for a waste sorting site at the former Stillingfleet Mine site. Vacancies We have three vacancies for Parish Councillors. Please contact the clerk or chair if you are interested in getting involved. Parish Council meeting dates: 12th April, 10th May and 7th June. All meetings at 7.30pm online. Public welcome. Contact: Clerk (Sally Look), clerk@escrick.org, Chair (Richard Rowson), chair@escrick.org; Website: escrick.org

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Kelfield News Get Kelfield Buzzing! A Wildflower Day has been agreed with Planet-U Energy for 24th April from 11.00am. You will have the opportunity to take a closer look at the Woodland Nature Reserve and sow some wildflowers there. The CEO of Planet U Energy will welcome villagers and answer any questions about the reserve. The seeds are in Beebombs, containing 18 species of wildflowers, native to Britain and have the seal of approval from the Royal Horticultural Society as ‘perfect pollinators.’ Planet-U Energy has agreed that the seed can be sown on their Reserve and will prepare the site beforehand to give the seeds the best possible chance of flourishing. Many thanks to Stephanie and Mel Neale for organising the project. You may remember the feature in last month’s edition of the Parish Magazine which gave full details of their idea to brighten up the village for the summer as we hopefully come to the end of Covid restrictions. They have bought a large quantity of wildflower seeds and any profits will go to the Friends of York Hospital. Each hessian Beebomb bag is sufficient to cover 2mtr for £5 which can be used in various spots throughout the village, your gardens or at the plantation. If you, or your children, would like some seeds please contact Stephanie or Mel on 01757 248785, mobile 07939226188, email stephanieaneale@gmail.com. Road Safety Update Good news: a works order has now been submitted to the contractor to install the chevron and upgraded give way signs in the village, which should be completed within the next month. A date has not been set for the installation of rumble strips and other road markings, but the work will be undertaken as soon as the weather improves, hopefully in early summer. No. 42 The Saturday evening and Sunday Bank Holiday services which are partly subsidised by local councils, are being suspended from the end of this month due to the Pandemic.* The services haven’t been operating over the winter because of the virus but Cawood Council, who made the announcement at a Parish Council Meeting recently, were hopeful they would resume once the current

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situation has improved and people are out and about again. This does not affect the Monday to Saturday 42 service. *Selby Times 1.03.2021 Stillingfleet Mine Application Following contact by two members of the public about the Stillingfleet Mine application, it was agreed that the Parish Council would email the Planning Department at NYCC to reinforce their original objections raised on 9th March 2017. After a wealth of objections to the development, the planning application was refused at the NYCC Planning Meeting on 16th March 2021. Two new Parish Councillors appointed Applications were received from two candidates for the current vacancies and at the Zoom meeting on Monday 8th March, Gill Little and Sarah Finn, introduced themselves and outlined their interest in the positions. Both candidates were felt to be excellent for the roles and have taken up their new positions. Profiles for them will appear in subsequent editions of the Parish Magazine. Following the retirement from the Council of Mel Neale, Nigel Drayton was voted by the majority of councillors as the new Vice Chair.

Kelfield Parish Council

The Parish Council held an online meeting on Monday 8th March, items of general interest to report: •

As reported in last month’s Parish Magazine, a consultation exercise is being carried out by Selby District Council as part of their plan for the future growth of the district. This will identify where new housing, employment and other developments will be located. Local landowners were contacted to suggest possible sites for development. The consultation includes four minor potential sites in Kelfield and a new larger housing option for a settlement in the Stillingfleet (Rural) parish, known as “Heronby”. The date for members of the public wishing to comment has now closed, but there will be a follow up consultation in 12 months’ time which will consider the consultation responses in this first round and evidence of the viability of proposed development sites.

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Power Cuts. The Chairman has received correspondence from Northern Powergrid regarding a donation for the recent power outages and generator issues. Cllr Bell has agreed to follow this up. Village Shield Update. It was proposed and seconded that the shield should be repaired, with the front of the sign welcoming visitors to the village and the design on the back of the sign to be decided via a children’s best design competition. Cllr Bell to follow this up. Parking. This continues to be an issue for agricultural vehicles, buses, and lorries along Main Street when parking occurs on both sides of the road. It was proposed and seconded that a polite reminder about parking should be put on Kelfield’s Noticeboard on Facebook.

Meetings will continue to be held using Zoom until it is safe to resume face to face ones. All are welcome to access these at 7.30pm on the following dates: Monday 10 May 2021 - Ordinary and Annual Meeting Monday 12 July 2021 Monday 13 September 2021 Monday 8 November 2021 Monday 6 December 2021- Special Precept Meeting Monday 10 January 2022 Monday 7 March 2022 Monday 9 May 2022 - Ordinary and Annual Meeting Alternatively, if you wish to express an opinion on any matters relevant to the Parish Council or have any concerns, please contact Sophie Gibson, the Parish Clerk, 6 Wenlock Drive, Escrick, York, YO19 6JB. 07743 544876 or email: kelfieldpcouncil@gmail.com. Details of all meetings (including the Zoom instructions), minutes from previous meetings and other items of interest concerning the Parish Council can be found on their website: www.kelfieldparishcouncil.com

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Get up to the minute information about Kelfield using the village contact group. Anyone is free to post on it, whether it’s requests for help, village news and events, buying and selling items, missing pets... anything really www.facebook.com/kelfield or Twitter: follow @kelfieldvillage, alternatively, the village’s website also has lots of useful information: www.kelfieldvillage.co.uk. We're always delighted to hear your news. If you are doing anything which is of interest to your local community, please contact me, Joyce Smith, 01757 248180 or email joyce.carol.smith@btinternet.com Let me have your entries for the next edition of the magazine by Sunday 18th April 2021, so I can meet the Editor’s deadline of the next day.

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STILLINGFLEET Stillingfleet Methodist Church I am writing these notes mid-March so we are still in lockdown but there is a real glimmer of hope that things are improving, and this is encouraging. The Government has given us staggered dates when we hope restrictions will be eased or lifted over the next few months. Normality is still a long way off so we must still behave in a responsible manner. It is good that the children are back at school and that the vaccination scheme is progressing so well and so efficiently. Today it was announced that the Askham Bar site has given over 100,000 jabs – amazing. Thank you to all concerned. I feel so fortunate to have received my second jab. Social distancing will remain for some considerable time. No social gatherings allowed yet, but we have a wonderful village with many kind and helpful neighbours as well as friends and family. Thank you all. Special thanks to three (maybe more) of our young folks who have done sponsored events for charities of their choice with each of them raising well over £1,000. You are an inspiration to us all. Shelby charmed us all by her smile and singing as she walked round the village. Keep smiling, Grace Atkinson.

Stillingfleet Parish Council

Escrick Parish Magazine Report for April 2021 (Online only) Stillingfleet Parish Council continues to meet remotely by Zoom. We are all looking forward to a resumption of normal service. Selby District New Local Plan Stillingfleet Parish Council has now submitted its response to Selby DC’s development plan which will guide business and housing development in Selby district to 2040. The plan includes three preferred options to create a new town with up to 3000 housing units. The three options are: - Burn Airfield, Church

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Fenton Airbase or land between Escrick and Stillingfleet across the cycle track to the South of the Escrick road. The consultation period has ended. Full details of the development plan can be found on the Selby DC website. The full text of Stillingfleet’s response can be found on the Stillingfleet Parish Council website. Stillingfleet Mine Site The final hearing of this long-standing application was heard on the 16th March, leaving little time for late objections. However, contrary to many expectations, NYCC voted by 7 to 2 against the application to permit recycling of industrial waste on the site. In an application like this it is possible that the applicants will appeal against the refusal so we may not have seen the end of the matter. Dog Fouling A thank you to most of the village dog walkers who are careful to pick up after their dogs. We would like to remind the few who do not to follow the good example of those who do, especially along Stewart Lane which is suffering badly from the problem.

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Banbury House It is hoped that drainage issues by Banbury House (Heron’s Flight) can soon be resolved… Fearndale The developer of the Fearndale site has been asked to keep the road as clear as possible during construction. Unfortunately, a dustbin lorry came off the road by Fearndale and became bogged down. That was followed a few days later by a truck which also became bogged down as did the heavy recovery truck which came to help. The second, even bigger recovery truck, managed to recover both although a request has been made to the firm involved to repair the damage. The future management of the Green It now seems likely that the Rural Payment Agency will continue with the Stewardship Scheme, which is a relief. The Council is still expecting to develop a comprehensive survey to examine all aspects of the green, its use and its maintenance.

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BT pay phone Quotations are being obtained for the restoration of the Telephone box. If acceptable, the Council will decide whether to adopt the kiosk as a village asset (and perhaps as a library). Climate Change The council is considering what steps it might take to tackle climate change in our local area. The survey of the green will include such questions. Planning Full details of all Parish planning matters can be found on the Selby District Council Planning website (by quoting the planning reference or property address) together with any observations from the Parish Council. Parish Council Minutes: A full copy of the minutes of the December Parish Council meeting held on the 4th February 2021 can be found on the Parish Council notice board and on the Parish Web site.

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