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SELBY DC CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR ARRANGEMENTS

Free parking in Council car parks on Saturdays in Selby has been announced in the run up to Christmas.

The District Council's car parks will be free all day in Selby on Saturday 30 November, Saturday 7 December, Saturday 14 December, Saturday 21 December and Saturday 28 December. This supports local businesses at this busy time of year.

The Council’s Market Cross contact centre and the Civic Centre in Selby will be closed during the period between Christmas and New Year.

Face to face services at the Market Cross contact centre will close at 2.30pm on Tuesday 24 December, with the phone lines and non-essential services closing from 3pm the same day until Thursday 2 January. 

The Council will focus on providing emergency services for people who need them most between Christmas and New Year. The emergency service will continue to operate – this covers things like emergency housing repairs or homelessness support.  For emergency incidents only the number to call is 01653 600941.

Online services are unaffected and can be accessed 24 hours a day.  Make online payments and find out further information about our services here.

There are some changes to household waste and recycling collections. Bin tags detailing the collection dates have been delivered to households in the district. You can also check your collection date online

Collections due on Christmas Day (Wednesday) will be brought forward to Saturday 21 December. Collections due on Boxing Day (Thursday) will take place on Saturday 28 December. Collections due on New Year’s Day (Wednesday) will take place on Saturday 4 January.

Garden waste collections stop between Monday 16 December and Friday 10 January.

ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR IN RICCALL

There has been a spate of anti-social behaviour in some areas of Riccall recently from a group of younger youths. These incidents should be reported to the Police to be the most effective in the Police taking action. Please report on 101 and also request an incident number. By using this method of reporting, the Police will be aware of how often and where the incidents are taking place and will be able to monitor the siutation more effectively.

Thank you for your help in the matter.

 

 

RICCALL PC RESPONSE TO ESCRICK QUARRY CONSULTATION

We would like to thank all of the residents who have responded invididually to this consultation and for copying in the PC.

ESCRICK QUARRY RESPONSE DEAD-LINE DATE

NYCC have notified us that, in order for your comments on the above application to be registered, your postal address is required to be included with your response. the Planning Officer at NYCC has said that the senders of comments already received, will be contacted direct for their postal address. If you have sent comments without including your postal address, and you do not receive an email from NYCC, it would be worth re-sending your comments, including your address, to make sure your comments count.

The dead-line for comments to be submitted has been extended and comments will need to be in by Tuesday 22 October.

Thank you to all residents who have already commented and copied in the Parish Council, it is appreciated.

INFORMATION LEAFLET FOR ESCRICK QUARRY CONSULTATION

Thank you for your interest in this consultation. Further information wil lbe added to this website, when available.

 

 

NOTIFICATION OF PLANNING CONSULTATION BY NYCC AT ESCRICK QUARRY

NY/2010/0136/ENV

Proposed new quarry to extract approximately 6 million tonnes of clay by 2053 and restoration of the site to agriculture and nature conservation with the importation of up to 2.67 million tonnes of inert materials together with the construction of new internal site access haul road, site compound, car park, site office, wheel washing facility, security fencing and gates and the construction of a temporary bridge crossing over the National Route 65 of the National Cycle Network and adjacent to and to the west and north of the current Escrick Quarry to the south west of Escrick, North Yorkshire, YO19 6ED.

To view the full application:

https://onlineplanningregister.northyorks.gov.uk/register/PlanAppDisp.aspx?recno=10875

The planning documents are extensive, and residents might find the applicant's 'non-technical summary' as the best way to understand the application.

Riccall Parish Council will be submitting comments for this consultation, but residents may also submit individual responses. Adding your own comments will indicate the views of the community and although the PC represents our village, it only counts as one response.

UCI CYCLING EVENT 21 SEPT-road closure details

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UCI CYCLING EVENT 21 SEPT

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VACANCY FOR A PARISH COUNCILLOR

SCAM WARNING - CURRENTLY OPERATING IN RICCALL

Several villagers with external mail-boxes have recently discovered multiple new credit cards in their post, none of which they have applied for. It would appear that envelopes bearing their names and addresses may have been taken from their mail-boxes and these used to apply for credit cards. An individual has been seen hanging round the village appearing to deliver flyers, usually at the time when the postman makes his delivery. This suggests that he may then try to remove any letters from the post-boxes which could include newly-issued credit cards.

The matter has been reported to the Police who, unfortunately, can do little without more information.

To safeguard your identity, please be vigilant and check your mail-box frequently and as soon as possible after the postman has been. If you can still use your normal letterbox, you could ask the postman to deliver your mail through your door. Alternately you could consider removing your external mail-box altogether.

The individual seen in the village has been described as black, tall, thin, clean-shaven, wearing jeans and a white cap and carrying a large bag appears to contain flyers.

If you see anyone acting suspiciously or have any concerns at all please ring the Police on 101 to report any incident.

Lifestyle Challenge competition

 

Lifestyle Challenge competition

 

 

 

How many days does it take for your child to get bored in the summer holidays? Well, why not get them to do something more exciting, spend time with their mates and maybe bag themselves a fantastic prize?

 

 

 

Our popular Lifestyle Challenge competition is back and better than ever for 2019.

 

 

 

The challenge is open to all 10 – 17 year olds who are resident in York or North Yorkshire. Your mission, should you choose to accept it: get together with your mates (teams can be made up of between 2 – 6 people), think up a project and then do it!

 

 

 

For more information please use the link below: 

 

https://northyorkshire.police.uk/what-we-do/public-campaigns/lifestyle/

NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS & PUBLICATION OF UNAUDITED ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN

NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS AGAR 2018 19

For further information look under the heading 'THE COUNCIL' and 'LEGAL DOCUMENTS' to find documents named LA ACCOUNTS A SUMMARY OF YOUR RIGHTS a & b.

CURRENT VACANCIES FOR PARISH COUNCILLORS

 

Riccall Parish Council

 

      VACANCIES FOR PARISH COUNCILLORS

 

Are you interested in being considered for co-option onto the council?

As a councillor representing your community, you will help keep it a great place to live. You will be supported in your role and will be expected to undertake training. You should be comfortable working electronically. You should have a positive outlook and can-do attitude and be willing to work as part of a team.

Please write to: Mrs Sandra Botham,  Clerk & Finance Officer, Riccall Parish Council, The Regen Centre,  Landing Lane,  Riccall,  YO19 6PW. Or email: clerk@riccallparishcouncil.org.uk.

Please include as much relevant information about yourself as you feel is necessary.

What skills and experience you can bring to the Council?

Need more information? Contact Sandra on 01757 249222 or email clerk@riccallparishcouncil.org.uk

ELECTION OF DISTRICT COUNCILLOR- PERSONS NOMINATED

STATEMENT OF PERSONS NOMINATED SELBY

NOTICE OF UNCONTESTED ELECTION FOR RICCALL PC

NOTICE OF UNCONTESTED ELECTION 2019
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