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Slingsby Duck Race 22 July

Thursday 22nd July, Slingsby. The ducks will be released into the beck after a school event.

Sponsor a duck and raise money for Slingsby School PTA.

In aid of Friends of Slingsby School. For more information please visit:
Facebook: friendsofslingsbyschool | Email: [email protected]

Slingsby Ducks for sale!

Just in from our FOSS friends:

We are selling ducks tonight 9 July and Friday 16 July at the Slingsby Cricket Club fixture at the sports field. And next Saturday afternoon outside The Grapes. Obviously, all dependant on the weather!

Annual Parish Assembly 12 July 2021

Monday 12th July, Slingsby Village Hall 7.30pm (preceded by Parish Council meeting in Committee Room at 6.45pm)

The Annual Parish Assembly is your opportunity to find out what councillors have been doing for our commuity over the past 12 months and your chance to help shape future plans. All residents are urged to attend.

Parish Assembly AGENDA

1.         Apologies for Absence

2.         Approval of the Minutes of the last meeting held on 13th May 2019

3.         Matters Arising

4.         Report from the Chairman on work undertaken throughout the year

5.         Report from James Holliday, Castle Howard Estate Manager

6.         Open Forum

Residents’ views are important to the Parish Council as we strive to represent your interests and to make this area a better place to live and work. Please come along to tell us what you want for your area and help shape what happens in your community. +++++++++++++++

The minutes of the last Parish Assembly on 13th May 2019 can be found on the village website HERE

The Agenda for the Parish Council meeting (which precedes the Assembly) can be found below:

Ryedale Summer Festival – Booking Opens

Where in July can you find Kathryn Tickell, guitarist Miloš, Poet Laureate Simon Armitage, the BBC Big Band, the pure joy and energy of Sirocco, Jess Gillam plus a feast of classical music? Here, of course, when the Ryedale Festival celebrates its 40 years with the return of live, in-person music-making.

The Festival has been working tirelessly to ensure audiences can return in safety to familiar venues throughout Ryedale.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday 28 June at 10am (Friends can book from Friday 25 June).

The 37 events run from Saturday 17 July to Saturday 31 July.

Full details can be found on the Ryedale Festival website