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BT Race to Infinity - Vote for Riccall

Over the next 5 years, BT is rolling out superfast fibre optic broadband across the UK. If you're not on the announced roll out plan - the race to infinity gives you the opportunity to fast track your area to get BT Infinity next. The five areas with the largest percentage of votes by December 31st 2010 will win the chance to bring superfast broadband to their area. BT will also donate £5000 of computer equipment to a local community project.

We are currently at 10 votes out of a total of 1148 (0.87%) on Tuesday 19th October at 3.30pm - get voting and spread the word!



We've moved!

Regen Centre

The Council has moved to a new office within Riccall Regen Centre. New details:

Riccall Parish Council

The Regen Centre

Landing Lane



YO19 6PW

For full details visit the contact section of this site

Vikings and Swords


The unused piece of safety surfacing at Riccall Park (site of the old baby swings) has been transformed into a 'snakes and ladders' style grid using a 'Vikings and Swords' theme. The theme and design were created by Riccall Primary School pupil John Battye, who won a competition launched by the Council earlier this year, netting himself a WH Smith voucher plus of course the honour of creating a feature within his own community!

Riccall artist Neil Spilman kindly volunteered his services to bring the design to life and worked with Council Clerk Lindsey Ryan and various young people to spray paint the area. Young artist John (pictured) also joined in with the fun.

Feel free to take along your own dice, using yourself as the counter and enjoy!

For further info. on the project contact Lindsey Ryan


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