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Barlby with Osgodby is a civil parish in the Selby district of North Yorkshire, England, just to the north of Selby. The parish covers Barlby and Osgodby and had a population of 4,533 according to the 2001 census (Text taken from wikipedia. )

TOUR de YORKSHIRE - Saturday 2nd May 2015                                                                       The Tour de Yorkshire is coming to Barlby and Osgodby Parish ! The event starts at 11.20 a.m. with riders on a ceremonial tour of Selby, then Barlby Bridge - along the A19 and through Barlby Village to the Market Weighton Road where the race begins at 11.45 a.m.

To celebrate this exciting event Barlby and Osgodby Town Council is planning to decorate part of the route and host a number of exciting competitions (prizes courtesy of Cober Hill Hotel, near Scarborough). Barlby Library and Community Hub will be open from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. for refreshments.

Flags (to personalise and decorate) will be provided to help you cheer the cyclists along the route and will be availabe from from the Library, local Schools and shops. 

So.....the 1st COMPETITION will be for the best decorated flag ! After the event flags can be dropped off at Barlby Library and Community Hub and will be judged at the CEF Community Fair on 11th July, the prize being a weekend break at Cober Hill Hotel !!!

The 2nd COMPETITION is for the best decorated house. The house doesn't need to on the route and the competition is open to the whole Parish....this will be judged by the Town Council so let us know your address please. The prize is also a weekend break at Cober Hill Hotel !!!!

Let's make this an event to remember, and anyone wishing to help with the event can you please contact your local Councillor. 

With grateful thanks to the Eastern Area Community Engagement Forum, Selby District Council, Selby District AVS, local businesses and Cober Hiill Hotel for their sponsorship. 

Please see the News and Events page.

SCARECROW COMPETION                                                                                                        Saturday 4th July, see News and Events page.  Download flyer here.