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NEWS and EVENTS   


POLICE COMMUNITY MESSAGES

COLD CALLERS - Reports that cold callers are knocking on doors in the area. All properties targeted have a camper van parked on the driveway. 

The cold caller is described as male, late 60's, dark hair with a strong Irish accent and is driving a black/dark blue Range Rover Evoque.

Please report any sightings to Police on 101.  


ROAD CLOSURES

For more information on closures and diversions go to : www.northyorks.gov.uk 


FLOOD WARNINGS

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




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. 


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 sponsored a 3 Month trial to save the Service 4, with 2 buses a day (and return). The viability of continuing the service is to be considered. 

See Home Page for timetables 


CITIZENS ADVICE

The quickest way to speak to an advisor on any issues is to use the Advice Line.  

Advice line             : 0808 278 7900

Consumer Service : 0808 223 1133

Universal Credit     : 0800 144 8 444     

Scams Action         :0808 250 5050   

Warm and Well      : 01609 767555


ENERGY RIGHTS

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.


BARLBY LIBRARY and COMMUNITY HUB

EVENTS, COFFEE AFTERNOONS and BOOK CLUB

- All currently suspended.  

Please check on the website, the Library Facebook page or phone the Town Council for the status of any events, as the Library is currently closed.   

COFFEE AFTERNOONS   

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. 

ANCESTRY CLASS

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:

www.contractsfinder.service.co.uk

The bids period has now closed.