Can you spare an hour on Sat 17 Nov at 10am to help sweep them up?
The magnificent sycamore tree in All Saints Churchyard is one of the crowning glories of Slingsby village. Home to millions of bees and other insects and birds which enjoy it all year round. However, during November it drops tons of leaves on the paths which can lead to them becoming very slippery.
Refreshments will be provided.
Please bring a sweeping brush or rake and a pair of gardening gloves.
Sat 13 Oct – 7pm – Slingsby Village Hall, Church Lane YO62 4AD
An evening of fun and music for all ages – John Scoble and David Swann and Thornton Le Dale Ukuleles. All proceeds in aid of the Slingsby Village Maypole fund. With your help, Slingsby, Fryton & South Holme CIC can keep this treasured village tradition alive.
Tickets £5 (Children £2.50) which includes refreshments. Available from Pat Thompson 01653 628620, Slingsby village shop (Tony’s) or on the door. Tombola on the night.
How will the government’s new proposals on fracking affect local democracy in Yorkshire?
Why is an exploratory fracking well like a garden shed?
What will happen to our countryside if fracking becomes a National Significant Infrastructure Project?
Free public talks, organised by Frack Free Ryedale are taking place during September for local residents who are interested in finding out more about the government’s proposals to make non-hydraulic exploratory drilling for shale gale Permitted Development, and to make large scale fracking a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (NSIP). They will explain how you can respond to the government’s consultations and how to raise this issue with your local councillors. You can download a PDF version of Frack Free Ryedale’s leaflet, Local Democracy and You which gives more information on the above.
The dates for the public talks are:
Wednesday 19th Sept 7pm – Hovingham Village Hall, Main Street, Hovingham YO62 4LF
Tuesday 25th Sept 7.30pm – Gilling East Village Hall, Pottergate, Gilling East, YO62 4JJ
Thursday 27th Sept 7.30pm –Ampleforth Village Hall, West End, Ampleforth YO62 4DU
Tea, coffee and cakes served at all talks!
The public talks aim to enable local residents to find out more about the government’s proposals – and how local residents can have their say and opinions heard.
Sun 23 Sept – 10.30am Slingsby methodist Church are pleased to announce their United Harvest Festival will take place this year on Sunday 23 September. Rev Ken Gowland will lead the Thanksgiving Service at 10.30am. The service will be followed by a Harvest Lunch in the Schoolroom.
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