Parish Council Meeting 28 January

Monday 28 January 2019, 7pm, Slingsby Village Hall (Committee Room)

A regular meeting of the Parish Council, which is open to residents, as usual. The agenda follows:

AGENDA

1.            APOLOGIES

                To receive apologies for absence and to approve reasons for absence

2.            DECLARATIONS OF DISCLOSABLE PECUNIARY AND OTHER INTERESTS  

3.             PUBLIC PARTICIPATION SESSION

                To receive questions, comments and suggestions for items for further consideration by the Parish                Council   from members of the public.

4.             PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS

                To receive and confirm the minutes of the meeting of the Parish Council held on 19th November 2018

5.            PLANNING APPLICATIONS

                None

6.            FINANCIAL MATTERS

                (a)           To receive and approve current financial Statement

                (b)           To note and approve payments

7.            SECTION 106 FUNDING APPLICATION

                Members to consider an application received by Ryedale District Council relating to schemes affecting Slingsby.

8.            PARISH MATTERS

  • Street Lights
  • Highways Issues
  • Dog Fouling
  • Speeding
  • Footpaths near the chapel
  • 30mph signs

9.            CORRESPONDENCE

10.          ITEMS FOR THE AGENDA OF THE NEXT MEETING

                To agree on items to be included on the agenda of the next meeting of the Council

11.          DATE OF NEXT MEETING   

Gail Cook, Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer to Slingsby, Fryton & South Holme Parish Council; Angel House, Swinton, Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 6SR, Tel: 01653 693898 E-mail: [email protected]

Castle Howard launches Proms Spectacular!

Castle Howard’s Proms Spectacular is the biggest al fresco Proms concert in the North of England and tickets are now on sale!
Castle Howard’s summer proms is a key part of Yorkshire’s event calendar, welcoming thousands of concert fans with elaborate picnics – some even featuring formal dining tables with candelabra – chairs and blankets for an unforgettable evening. Taking place on Saturday 3rd August, the Proms is an unmissable evening filled with musical entertainment for all the family. The London Gala orchestra conducted by Stephen Bell will take to the stage; the concert programme will feature a WWII spitfire flyover to Dambusters theme and Calling All Workers. The concert programme will also feature wonderful popular classics such as Darkness Falls, a spectacular laser and firework finale that will light up the sky, all perfectly choreographed to a huge finale section of traditional Proms favourites, including Rule Britannia, Jerusalem, 1812 Overture and Elgar’s Pomp & Circumstance March No. 1.
Tickets for this summer spectacular are now on sale from Castle Howard’s website with early bird discounts available.

(Photo Credit: Charlotte Graham).

If you get a phone or email message like this!

Well Done! You took 4th place in our Tesco Christmas Draw on Dec 28th 2018. Please click on this link below to confirm it . . .

This information was sent to me by one of our ‘Cyber Volunteers’ outlining a common scam where a victim will receive a text message telling them they are either due a refund or have won a prize and then inviting them to click on a link which will then ask for your personal details. This particular message results in the victim unknowingly subscribing to a number of premium rate text services which can then be difficult to opt out of.
Please be aware, if a text or email asks you to click a link, proceed with caution. make sure you know who the message is from and if in doubt, delete it.

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

Sports Club Quiz night raises £102 for YAA charity

The Slingsby Sports Club January quiz night which included a raffle and Play your Cards Right raised a grand total of £102 for Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
The quiz night is held on the first Friday of every month and is open to teams of members and non-members alike.  The next is on 1st February at 8.15 p.m.

Free property marking and security advice, Malton

PCSO Wynn from Malton safer neighbourhood team will be at Malton library on Saturday 5th January from 10:00 – 11:00 providing security advice and offering free property marking with our Dot Peen machine.

Many children will have received new bikes and scooters for Christmas and this is an effective way of marking these to prove ownership in the event of loss or theft.