A Virtual Reconstruction of Slingsby Castle?

Tuesday 20th November 7.30pm Village Hall Committee Room ( £1 )

Bethany Watrous is an MA Buildings Archaeology student at the University, working with Kate on creating a virtual reconstruction of Slingsby Castle, as it was originally envisaged and designed by the architect Robert Smythson for Charles Cavendish (I), based on analysis of the original drawings held by RIBA and other sites such as Caverswall Castle (Staffordshire) and the actual castle, built by John Smithson for Charles Cavendish (II).

Beth will show us the castle in its landscape context, and reappraise its relationship to High Street and the medieval – and current – village layout and its commanding view across what is now the Sports Field and the Lawns.

We will hope to give a brief update, too, about the geophysical survey carried out by Dr Helen Goodchild of the University of York and Slingsby School in October.

The Little Book of Big Scams

October is National NHW Cyber Crime month.
One of the initiatives is to promote “Take Five to Stop Fraud”: the national campaign from Financial Fraud Action UK and the UK Government.

As part of the North Yorkshire NHW support for the initiative I am inviting you to view the excellent booklet entitled “The Little Book of Big Scams”.This has been sponsored by NY Police and NY County Council from an original publication by the Metropolitan Police. It is available in print format as well as electronically.
You can view and download the booklet from the hyperlink below.
This 43 page booklet is in easy to read format and explores a range of issues in non-technical language and contains:
Key types of online fraud ranging from:
-Holiday scams to online banking or credit card fraud.
-Investment fraud
-Scam mail/ mass market fraud
and most importantly: what to do if you get scammed and how to reduce the damage.

Please go to the following link now and get your copy of this very useful booklet, it will open your eyes as to the ingenuity of criminals to get hold of your hard earned money!

Rural Watch Meeting 9th November

North Yorkshire Police and partners will be holding a rural watch meeting on the 9th November at 19:00hrs at Dalby Forest visitors centre. If you are interested in joining a watch in the Pickering, Kirkbymoorside and surrounding areas please come along to the meeting and meet the team. Guest speakers will be giving information on crime prevention and other subjects. Look forward to seeing you there.

To see a list of previously sent messages please visit North Yorkshire Community Messaging.

Triangle Young Photographer’s Competition

View of Scarborough, August 2018. Photo courtesy of Archie Smurthwaite.

You may remember in issue 47 of the Triangle we launched a young photographer’s competition, with the winner’s (Libby Smurthwaite) lovely photograph used as issue 48 front cover.

Above and below are other entries in the competition, all of good quality and of interest. Well done young photographers!

Sea view near Mont Saint-Michel (French school trip July 2018).
Photo courtesy of Libby Smurthwaite
Buzzzz!!!! (Yorkshire Lavender, August 2018).
Photo courtesy of Libby Smurthwaite .

and a reminder of the winning entry.

Bizzy at work! (Yorkshire Lavender August 2018).
Photo courtesy of Libby Smurthwaite .