Neil is looking for a few volunteers to help finish spreading the wood chip that is piled up near the Mill.
We are meeting this Saturday (29th April) morning at 9.30am. Bring a wheelbarrow, shovel and rake.
The more the merrier. Thanks in advance for your help.
Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Here is a link for the Everingham Newsletter for May 2017. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1P5DEqM5L8YMWY2MHhrOW1QbmlQVUpGb2JMYWhYTFJXTkRz/view?usp=sharing
Another ... Pop Up Bar (PUB), Friday 5 May 2017
Seaton Ross Playing Fields will be holding a fundraising Pop Up Bar (PUB) at Seaton Ross Village Hall on Friday 5 May 2017 from 6.30pm onwards. We hope you can come along and make it an enjoyable evening!
Tuesday, 18 April 2017
Bielby Parish Meeting AGM
The next meeting will take place on Monday 24th April 2017
at 7.30 pm at St. Giles’s Church, Bielby, by courtesy of the Church Council.
All resident electors are invited to attend the meeting.
- Apologies for absence
- Minutes from the last meeting held on Monday 25th April 2016
- Matters arising from the minutes
- Chairman’s Report
- Treasurer’s Report
- approval of the Annual Governance Statement 2016/17
- approval of the Accounting Statement 2016/17
- St Giles Church
- Parish Paths
- Bielby Produce Show
- Election of Officers for 2017: Chairman
- Any Other Business
To be followed by the Parish Meeting
- Apologies for absence
- Minutes of last meeting held on 24th October 2016
- Matters arising from the minutes
- Planning applications and outcomes since last meeting
- ERNLLCA (East Riding and North Lincolnshire Local Councils Association) membership renewal
- Beck Update
- Local paths partnership review
- Underwriting the cost of running the music festival
- Bielby in Bloom
- Bus Stop Shelter Rota
- Provision of a computer for the Parish Secretary
- Any other business
Parish Transport Champion
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has contacted all town and parish councils to seek their assistance in undertaking a county-wide assessment of transport needs, in order to work with parishes to develop the most appropriate ways of meeting these needs into the future. The council has asked parishes to nominate a Transport Champion. The Champion doesn’t have to be a parish councillor, but could be anyone with an interest in and enthusiasm for the role.
The key things that the council is asking a Champion to help us with are set out below. Ongoing support will be directly available to champions from council staff.
-Act as the parish’s point of contact with East Riding of Yorkshire Council on local transport issues.
-Work with the council and other community members (perhaps through bringing together a local Transport Issues Group) to undertake local transport needs assessment using the Parish Transport Toolkit.
-To organise, with other community members, local consultation on transport issues. This could be through household transport surveys, public meetings, or through discussions with local residents.
-Report back on progress to your parish or town council, and with other community members, help to publicise and promote the local transport services that are available in your parish.
If anyone would like to volunteer for this role please contact Gabrielle (email@example.com)
Friday, 14 April 2017
Easter Egg Hunt - Easter Sunday at noon from the Seaton Ross Playing Fields. We will be holding the annual Easter Egg Hunt which covers all ages. There are routes for smaller children around the Playing Fields and routes for older children around the Village with lots of prizes! Walking, cycling, scooters etc but no cars. Donations in aid of the Playing Fields.
Wednesday, 12 April 2017
Wolds Weighton Update for April 2017
Issue: Market Weighton Town Centre area (Evenings):
Throughout April, we are to continue our High Visibility patrols of the Market Weighton Town Centre area to deter potential anti-social behaviour (ASB). These patrols include regular checks on the High Street and peripheral areas of Londesborough Road Car Park, Scotts Croft Memorial Park, the town council building area and the area surrounding the Giant Bradley statue (periodic reports of youths causing annoyance). Criminal offenders will be challenged robustly, arrested or reported for summons. Penalty Notices for Disorder or warning letters may be used in appropriate cases however, those who offend should expect to be arrested and dealt with if their anti social behaviour amounts to criminal offending. The exercise of discretion should not be expected.
Issue: Youths Causing Annoyance (Evenings):
Officers will continue patrols in the areas of Aspen Close, the park, the monkey run & football field due to regular reports of low level anti-social behaviour. Anyone caught engaging in such activities will be dealt with jointly with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
You are invited to attend any of the below meetings:
Police “Drop In Surgery” at Market Weighton Methodist Church Coffee Morning:
PCSO Laura Hudson will be available at the above location to discuss community issues and offer crime prevention advice between 11:00 to 12:00 hours on the 5th April.
Police “Drop In” Surgery at the Village Hall, Shiptonthorpe
PCSO Nikki Cliffe will be available at the above location to discuss community issues and offer crime prevention advice between 10:30 to 11:30 hours on the 27th April.
Police “Drop In Surgery” at Market Weighton Library:
PCSO Nikki Cliffe will be available at the above location to discuss community issues and offer crime prevention advice on the 11th April (11:00 to 12:00 hours)
4. Examples of Crimes in your area
- Access was gained into a secure shed in Fridaythorpe and equestrian equipment was stolen.
- A wooden wheelbarrow shaped plant pot was stolen from a garden in Market Weighton.
- A secure farm building was broken into near Melbourne and a quad bike, an ATV and chain saw were taken.
- Radiators were stolen from the side of a property in Market Weighton.
- A parked car in Market Weighton had two tyres damaged.
5. News and Appeals
Not sure? – Don’t open the door!
A distraction Burglar is someone who gains access to your property by distracting or tricking their way in to steal cash or valuables. This can include people, who are trying to sell items on your doorstep, to those who claim to be representing a company or charity to gain entry into homes before stealing items whist the occupants are distracted.
When someone calls at your door follow these simple steps to help protect yourself and your home.
- Keep your front and back doors locked at all times, even when at home.
- Before you answer the door, stop and think if you are expecting anyone and ensure that no rear/side doors and windows have been left insecure. It may be that the caller is trying to distract you while someone else sneaks in.
- If you decide to open the door, put the door chain or bar on first and keep it on while you are talking to the person on the doorstep. Some bogus callers call on older and vulnerable people saying they need help urgently. They may ask you to help them outside the house or ask to come in to make a phone call or have a glass of water. Only go to help them if you have someone else with you. Don't worry if you choose not to help it is not rude or unfriendly.
- If someone who looks official calls at your door, always do the following. Ask for and carefully check their identity card, even if they have a prearranged appointment (all genuine callers will carry one). Do they look like the person on the card? Is the name the same one as that on your letter? Close the door while you do this. If you are not expecting them and they have not shown you an identity card, do not let them in until you have checked that the caller is genuine. If you are going to ring the company the caller claims to be from, don’t rely on a number provided by them, you could be ringing an accomplice sat in the van outside - (you can normally find a contact number on your utility bill or from the telephone directory).
- If you think the caller is genuine, but you would rather have a friend or relative with you, ask the caller to rearrange to a time when you are not on your own. Don’t agree to any work or sign anything on the spot. Do not be pressured into having any work carried out. Never pay cash up front and never go to the bank or cash point with a trader.
Doorstep crime isn't common, but it can have a long-lasting impact on victims' lives. Remember if you're not sure of a caller, don't open the door – but do give us a ring. You can call us on 101. But please always call 999 in an emergency or if you suspect a crime is in progress.