If in the past you have collected your Triangle from the village shop in Slingsby, please be aware that the shop is closed now following the untimely death of proprietor, Tony Hodgson. Some people have already paid for a subscription. To enable us to make arrangements for you to receive future Triangle editions please get in touch with us. Please pass on this message to anyone you know who is likely to be affected and may not follow the village website. Please email [email protected]
Monday 2 November, by 9am – Slingsby Playing Fields
Slingsby CP School have organised a Bags2School collection, so please bring your clothing donations in your own bin liners to the Slingsby Playing Fields on the morning of Monday 2 November by 9am. We are paid by the kilo so the more you can bring along the better.
Please note here what you can and cannot include in the bags: https://bag2school.com/what-we-collect
Any other queries to [email protected] please.
Thursday 29th – Saturday 31st October
It’s almost time for the first Slingsby Pumpkin Trail and we’ve been overwhelmed by the support that we’ve had from people wanting to take part in the trail – thank you.
If you would like to walk the trail and spot some spooky pumpkins, you can download and print the map (plus a page of spooky trail fun) here:
All of the houses on the trail will be displaying letters with their pumpkins which will make a Halloween phrase. Can you spot all of the letters on your walk?
As we mentioned in our last post, it would be great if we could give something back to the community and raise some money to go towards the Slingsby Play Area. There will be donation boxes along the trail route but if you would like to donate online, please visit our JustGiving page:
Please remember to adhere to the government social distancing guidelines and policies whilst on the trail to make it fun and safe for everyone. This is a fun and friendly alternative to trick or treating for the community so we ask that you kindly please do not knock on doors or put bowls of sweets out.
So dust away the cobwebs from your fancy dress costumes (optional) and we hope that you have lots of fun and great half term week.
If you have any queries, please email me on [email protected] .
Digital PCSOs are Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) who use various social media platforms (e.g. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) and forums to engage proactively and build rapport with communities online, including welfare checks, real time conversations and safety awareness advice. Digital PCSOs offer the same services and support people receive on the physical street, on the cyber beat.
We can also be contacted by the Ryedale Police and Pickering Police Facebook sites. We are also on Twitter – @PickeringSNT
If you need to contact us by phone. dial 101, press option 2 and ask for one of us by full name
This is early days for the team and we will publish other means of contact as we grow.
Annie Simpson and Andy Hugill (Digital PSCOs)
Artist and 2019 International Garden Photographer of the Year winner Jill Welham introduces her exhibition, Sunlight Through the Leaves, at the Yorkshire Arboretum from Monday 26th October. The exhibition will run for two weeks until Sunday 8th November, and will display Jill’s cyanotype print works created using leaves and ferns collected during her visits to the arboretum last year.
Find out more by visiting www.yorkshirearboretum.org, or find Jill on Instagram @MirroredImagesArt