Barlby with Osgodby is a civil parish in the Selby district of North Yorkshire, England, just to the north of Selby. The parish comprises Barlby Village, Barlby Bridge (Selby East Ward) and Osgodby and has a population of 5,070 according to the North Yorkshire Parish population figures, 2015.
TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
Face to face Meetings will be resumed in May 2021. The May (Annual) and June Meetings will be held at Osgodby Institute. From July onwards Meetings will be held at Barlby Library and Community Hub. All Meetings commence at 7.00 p.m.
If you intend to come to a Meeting, if possible contact the Council Manager to book a seat, as only a small number of Public seats will be available to comply with Covid safe regulations.
SELBY WAR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL - Blood Taking
From 4th May, blood taking will be by appointment only (GP routine requests).
The new dedicated contact number is : 01904 724770.
PROPOSAL for a SOLAR ENERGY SCHEME in OSGODBY
Boom Developments Ltd (via the Agent Pegasus Group) have applied to Selby District Council for an Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) opinion for a solar energy scheme to determine whether the project is likely to have sufficient environmental effects e.g. visual impacts, emissions to air and transport of fuel, to warrant an EIA. The proposal consists of construction, operation, maintenance and decommissioning of a ground mounted solar farm laid out across fields at Osgodby Grange and Whitemoor Farm, Osgodby.
Local residents have received information concerning the proposal. There will be a Public consultation commencing on 30th April for 4 weeks.
For more information go to :
The Library refurbishment is now complete and the Library is open for business. We look forward to seeing you soon.
You can keep up to date with what's on at the Library on Facebook@barlbylibrary.
There will be safe measures in place including protective screens, hand sanitisers, and wipes and a one way system to assist with social distancing. Items which cannot be easily cleaned have been removed. A maximum of 6 customers (including one PC user if present) will be allowed in the building at any one time.
A family of 4 persons will be allowed in the Junior section if capacity allows. Slots of 15 minutes will be allocated unless the Library is quiet when this may be extended to 30 minutes. We are sure customers will understand and follow the guidelines to prevent queues forming.
Face coverings are now mandatory in the Library (with some exemptions). A North Yorkshire Track and Trace system will also be in operation.
PLEASE NOTE : The toilet is closed until further notice.
CORONAVIRUS - support and information
SELBY DISTRCT AVS (Monday to Friday 8.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.) 01757 291111 or email@example.com
SELBY HANDS OF HOPE 01757 705855 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SELBY DISTRICT DISABILITY FORUM 07724 900518
AGE UK SELBY 01757 704115 or email@example.com
SD CITIZENS ADVICE 0300 3309036 or www.citizensadvice.org.uk or universal credit helpline 0800 1448 444 or consumer helpline 0808 223 1133
SELBY ADVICE www.selbyadvice.org.uk
WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION www.who.int
DEMENTIA FORWARD 03300 578592 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SD OSTOMA GROUP 0800 628388 or email@example.com
SELBY DISTRICT COUNCIL 01757 705101 or www.selby.gov.uk
NORTH YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 01609 780780 or www.northyorks.gov.uk/coronavirus-advice-and-information
BUY LOCAL The website helps people find local services that are still available. www.northyorks.gov.uk/buy-local
COMMUNITY TRANSPORT (mornings) 01757 708036
HORTON HOUSING 01757 241051 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CRISIS Selby local community Health Team 01904 294689
SAMARITANS 01904 526582
BARLBY FOODBANK - with grateful thanks to local residents and local companies for their support. For more information or to donate items ring 07713 285257
Changes to Recycling
Selby District Council has made changes to recycling collections in the District. Homes now have 2 new wheeled bins, a blue one for glass, cans and plastics and a brown one for paper and card. Green waste will continue to be collected every fortnight.
Recycling will be collected every 2 weeks as follows :
Week 1 - Grey refuse bin
Week 2 - Brown (paper and card)
Week 3 - Grey refuse bin
Week 4 - Blue (glass, cans and plastics)
Some collection days may change from previous collection days .
For more information go to : www.selby.gov.uk/news/refuse-recycling-collections
Proposed Special (SEND) Free School in Osgodby
North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC) held a public meeting in Osgodby Institute on Monday 8th July at 6.30 p.m.
NYCC Officers agreed to take concerns that could not be addressed at the meeting to relevant departments. A further public meeting will be held later this year. Issues raised included : highways, access, transport, planning, public rights of way, pollution and other sites previously considered.
Please note : The Town Council has not been consulted on this project.
For further information go to :
www.northyorks.gov.uk/proposed-special-free-school-selby or contact 01609 532122
STREET LIGHT REPORTS - see streetlights page for who maintains the lights in the Parish
NYCC owned lights - go to the streetlights page to see how to report a fault online.
Town Council lights - either phone or Email a report to the Council Manager.
Please see the News and Events page.
DISTRICT COUNCILLOR SURGERIES
Not available until further notice
The District Councillor Surgeries at Barlby Library and Community Hub are open to Barlby Village Ward and Selby East Ward residents.
Drop in for a chat 2nd Tuesday of each Month between 5.00 - 6.00 p.m.
SPEEDING and Road Closures
To report speeding, complete a '95 Alive' form which can be downloaded here, or pick up a paper copy from Barlby Library and Community Hub.
'95 Alive' Form
Road closures - see News and Events page.
YOUTH CLUB - Wednesdays at OSGODBY INSTITUTE
Closed until further notice
Session 1 - for younger members (8 - 11 yrs) from 6.00 - 7.15 p.m.
Session 2 - for older members (11 - 16 yrs) from 7.30 - 9.00 p.m.
For more information please contact Osgodby Institute
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