Local Democracy Free Talks – Government Proposals on Fracking

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.

For more information please email Frack Free Ryedale at frackfreeryedale@gmail.com a local organisation who are fighting fracking in Ryedale and across North Yorkshire or find out more on their website https://frackfreeryedale.org

A Call For Your Help

Triangle co-editor Joanna Bradley has passed on this note to the website team as unfortunately it missed the copy deadline.

Could you please help to identify this male black cat.

My wife has tried to find its owner but to no avail.

He comes to our house almost every day looking for food and company.

We feel that he needs some centenary care especially with his discoloured eyes, he also needs neutering.

We would like to get him that care if possible unless someone comes forward as an owner.

Could you please put this out in The Triangle to establish if he has an owner.

Many thanks,
Stewart.

Telephone: 01653 628094

Can you help Stewart?

Lions Fish and Chip Delivery Van

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Malton & Norton Lions Club are again delivering fish, chips and peas for the subsidised rate of £3.50 per person for the elderly and disabled.

Delivery dates are the following Tuesdays:

  • 9th October 2018
  • 13th November 2018
  • 11th December 2018
  • 8th January 2019
  • 12th February 2019
  • 12th March 2019

They are collected from Peasey Hill in Malton at 11.45am and delivered to Slingsby at approximately 12.15pm for delivery around the village.

If you would like to place an order, please contact Stephen Prest on 01653 628277 or Trudy Carr on 01653 628302 or e-mail stephenprest@outlook.com

North Yorkshire Community Messaging.

Over the past few weeks a spate of farms/commercial burglaries has taken place between York and Malton. Please be vigilant and also make sure your property is secure, consider alarms/tracker/CCTV and other security upgrades. If you see anything taking place or suspicious please call the Police straight away. If you require any crime prevention advice or free property marking please e-mail: RuralTaskforce@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk.

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

Public Meeting, Monday 17th September.

PUBLIC MEETING  Monday 17 th September 4pm and repeated at 7pm SLINGSBY SPORTS CLUB

We are close to securing major funds to improve the childrens’ play area on the Sportsfield. But we need your help!

Please help us decide what to provide and discover
how you can help by coming along to one of these two sessions to find out more.

ALL welcome

A new Zumba class starts on 1st October

A new Zumba class starts on 1st October at 10.15am in Slingsby Village Hall.

The first session is free as it is an introductory class but classes will be £5 pay as you go after that. The classes will run every Monday during term time at 10.15am until 11.15am and are open to all ages and abilities.

Just turn up for the class, or if you have any queries contact Nicola on nicola_yorkzumba@yahoo.com or mobile phone 07786156864.

Picture courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, author Brittany Carlson (USAG Stuttgart) – United States Army.