NEWS and EVENTS
1st OSGODBY (Barlby Methodist) SCOUT GROUP
We have 2 permanent volunteering positions available and WE NEED YOUR HELP ! The positions are : Scouts Assistant and Cub Scout Leader at the Methodist Chapel, Osgodby on Wednesday evenings (term time).
Do you think you could contribute to keeping this local venue open for our young people, help plan some fantastic activities or day trips and help young people gain a new skill and achievement badges ? The Scout Group is open to boys and girls from all faiths, backgrounds and abilities. Everyone is welcome.
You need to enjoy working with children, have common sense, a good sense of humour and be open to learn and have new experiences. A DBS check is required and there are training opportunities leading to qualifications.
If you are practical, can work in a team, have experience of working with young people or working outdoors then contact us for information or a non-committal chat. Scouting offers a great way to build your skills whilst supporting your local community. Or go to www.scouts.org.uk.
For more information Email Jane Cowdy, Cub Scout Leader : firstname.lastname@example.org
BARLBY HIGH SCHOOL - Could you be a School Governor ?
Governors perform an essential role in our School and we are particularly looking for people with knowledge of education or who have skills in Strategic Planning, Financial Awareness and Data Management, HR Policy and Process, Property and/or Estate Management.
A DBS check would be required and organised by the School.
If this is of interest please contact :
Julie Caddell, Principal, Barlby High School at :
email@example.com or 01757 706161
THE FUTURE of LOCAL GOVERNMENT in NORTH YORKSHIRE
NORTH YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
Residents of North Yorkshire are invited to give their views on proposed devolution (a single Unitary Authority for North Yorkshire) which would establish 28 Area Committees based on market Towns.
North Yorkshire County Council currently delivers services for Children and young people, Adult social care, Trading Standards, Core Libraries, Public Rights of Way and strategic highway services.
To set out the choices, a short animation video has been produced which can be accessed at : www.northyorks.gov.uk/StrongerTogether.
Comments can be submitted to StrongerTogether@northyorks.gov.uk.
SELBY DISTRICT COUNCIL
The 7 District Councils are also drawing up proposals for an 'East/West' split creating 2 Unitary Authorities - one comprising Ryedale, Scarborough, Selby and York and another comprising Craven, Hambleton, Harrogate and Richmondshire. Selby District Council currently provides services such as Refuse collection, Environmental Health and Planning.
To take part in a remote (Zoom) event go to : www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/get-change-right-for-the-community-and-voluntary-sector-tickets-119244516559.
Selby Bypass bridge - for a period of 41 days between 23rd October and 2nd December 2020.
Finkle Street, Micklegate & New Street, Selby to facilitate pedestrianisation works - 1st June to 30th November 2020.
For more information on closures and diversions go to : northyorks.gov.uk
POLICE COMMUNITY MESSAGES and REPORTS
5th September a male was arrested on suspicion of drug driving on Howden Road. 7th September damage to the roof of a building on Carr Lane which had been set on fire. 19th September report of a burglary on Maple Tree Avenue, a car was stolen overnight after keys were taken from the property. The same night attempted burglary on Cherry Tree Walk by attempting to force entry through the rear door.
There has been a rise in vandalism and anti social behaviour recently in Barlby Village and at Wainhomes Play Area where some of the equipment has been damaged, excess litter, shouting and swearing and older children behaving badly towards younger ones. Police are carrying out regular patrols in the Play Area and request that parents speak to their children and encourage them to behave appropriately. 29th September a drugs warrant took place at flats on Barlby Road with numerous instances of drug related offences.
Report any incidents of ASB on 101 as it is happening, providing a description and an exact location of where the youths are so that action can be taken.
24th September reports of door to door sellers on South Duffield Road.
If you have any information on crimes please contact the Police on 101 or Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.
CHANGES TO SERVICE 4
Arriva are making some changes to their services in the Selby area and one of these is the ending of the Service 4 on 31st August, which serves Osgodby, Cliffe and Hemingbrough.
NYCC are proposing that a Thornes Service from Holme on Spalding Moor can include pick ups at North Duffield, Hemingbrough, Cliffe, Osgodby and Barlby Wainhomes to Selby. The 7.50 a.m. service (at Hemingbrough) will run on School days. Two other services to Selby are planned being Mondays and Fridays at 10.00 a.m. (from Hemingbrough). From Selby services are planned on Mondays and Fridays at 10.20 a.m. 1.00 p.m. and 4.10 p.m. No service Saturdays and Sundays.
Barlby and Osgodby Town Council, Cliffe and Hemingbrough Parish Councils have agreed to sponsor a 3 Month trial to save the Service 4, with 2 buses a day (and return). If enough residents use the bus a further trial period can be considered.
USE IT or LOSE IT !
See Home Page for timetables.
Open for emergencies Tuesdays and Thursdays 10.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.
Social distancing is being observed which will limit the number of people in the waiting area, so please call the advice line if you can to help keep the face to face service for those who need it most. 0300 3309 036
Advice line : 0300 3309 036
Consumer Service : 0808 223 1133
Universal Credit : 0800 144 8 444
Warm and Well : 01609 767555
It's important to know your rights when it comes to energy. You can get free independent advice from Citizens Advice, they can help answer questions about your bills or meters, or if you're struggling to pay for the energy you use. The consumer helpline is : 0808 223 1133.
You can get flood warnings by phone, Email or text.
Go to : www.Gov.uk/environmentandcountryside/floodingandextremeweather/signupforfloodwarnings
You will need to provide your address, phone number and Email.
Or call : Floodline on 0345 988 1188
BARLBY LIBRARY and COMMUNITY HUB
EVENTS, COFFEE AFTERNOONS and BOOK CLUB.
Please check on the website, the Library Facebook page or phone the Town Council before attending any events, as the Library is currently only partially reopened.
Held on the second Tuesday of each Month from 2.30 - 4.30 p.m. at Barlby Library and Community Hub.
Teas, coffee and cake. Drop in for a chat with friends and family. All welcome.
BOOK CLUB - Next one to be confirmed
Held on the first Tuesday of each Month at 6.30 p.m. A small subscription is payable to cover expenses.
Held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays (afternoons) of each Month.
BARLBY and OSGODBY 'Yesterday and Today'
The book proved to be so popular that we SOLD OUT.
Due to popular demand the book has now been REPRINTED and is available to buy at £10.00 per copy. If you would like a copy - please call in to Barlby Library and Community Hub.
Download poster here.
The book was painstakingly compiled and presented to the Town Council by Mr Roland Chilvers.
Other local publications subject to availability. Please check with Reception.
BARLBY LIBRARY REFURBISHMENT CONTRACT
The details of the proposed works can be found on the contracts finder website:
The bids period has now closed.