Notices 2017

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Escrick Park - summer events

published on 13th Jul 2017

Appeal for support from the public to tackle dog fouling

published on 6th Jul 2017

From Selby District Council:

Members of the public are being urged to report dog owners who fail to clean up after their dog has fouled.

The Council’s Don’t be a Waster – Reduce, Reuse, Respect campaign is highlighting the issue of dog fouling this month by reminding dog owners of the penalties and asking residents to report the culprits.

As well as working with parish councils, schools and community groups to tackle the issue, the Council is also working with the Dogs Trust to host community events to promote responsible dog ownership. The events will take place in Riccall, Sherburn in Elmet and Selby. One has already taken place in Tadcaster.

Free dog poo bags, supplied by Jollyes Pet Superstore in Selby, are being given away at the Council’s Access Selby office in Market Cross, Selby and at the Regen Centre, Riccall.

Cllr Richard Musgrove said, “Dog fouling is totally unacceptable. The vast majority of dog owners are responsible and clean up after their pets.

“During July we’ll be reminding everyone how easy it is to report someone for not picking up after their dog – and the penalties for doing so. “Failing to clean up after your dog is anti-social, smelly and can spread diseases. There are no excuses for failing to clean up after your dog and if we catch you, we will fine you.”

Don’t forget – bagged dog poo can be placed in any of the district’s 600 plus litter and dog waste bins.

When reporting an offence of dog fouling please think about the following:

  • Do you know of a dog owner who never, or hardly ever, picks up after their pet?
  • Do they usually walk the dog at a certain time during the day?
  • What times are the offences being committed?
  • Where are the offences being committed?
  • What does the dog look like?
  • What does the owner look like?
  • If the dog owner using a car, what is the number on the registration plate?

Cllr Musgrave added:

“Dog fouling can be tackled by the whole community working together. Some dog owners think that they can get away with not picking up after their pet if they believe they cannot be seen. But as more and more people come forward to report dog fouling offences, irresponsible dog owners may start to think twice about their actions.”

It is an offence for a person in charge of a dog at the time it fouls not to clean up its faeces in a public place. Failure to clean up after a dog has fouled may result in a fixed penalty fine of £75, payable within 14 days, or a fine of up to £1,000 if court action is taken.

Residents who witness dog fouling are asked to contact Selby District Council and provide as much information as possible. To report dog fouling, visit, email or telephone 01757 705101.

North Yorkshire County Council hazardous household waste consultation

published on 6th Jul 2017

North Yorkshire County Council is seeking the views of residents about how they can help you dispose of hazardous household waste in the future.

At present residents are unable to dispose of hazardous wastes at our 20 Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs). Instead the council provides a home collection service, free of charge, for hazardous waste such as white spirit, some paints and paint cleaners; weed killers and pesticide; brake fluid and anti-freeze.

They now need to look at other ways of helping residents dispose of hazardous household waste.

They are asking for your views in a consultation starting on 10 July 2017. The consultation asks questions around a number of potential options for future hazardous household waste disposal services, including:

  • accepting hazardous household waste at the county’s HWRCs to enable residents to dispose of it at their convenience,
  • charging for home collection services for some or all types of hazardous household waste, ceasing to provide a home collection service for some or all types of hazardous household waste.

The consultation will run until 2 October 2017 and anyone wanting to take part can do so online at

St Helen's Heritage celebrated on 160th anniversary

published on 5th Jul 2017

See attached press release from St Helen's church:

Press Release - St Helens Heritage Celebrated on 160th Anniversary

Parish Councillor vacancy

published on 3rd Jul 2017

We have a vacancy for a Parish Councillor .... if you are interested in joining the Parish Council, or would like to understand more - please contact either the chair (Richard Rowson, or the Clerk (Helen Guest, )


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a casual vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for the Parish Council.

If by 21 July, 2017 (14 days after the date of this notice) a request for an election to fill said vacancy is made in writing to the Janet Waggott, Acting Returning Officer, Civic Centre, Doncaster Road, Selby YO8 9FT by TEN electors for the said Parish, an election will be held to fill the said vacancy, otherwise the vacancy will be filled by co-option.

If an election is called, it will take place not later than 25 September, 2017.

Dated 3 July, 2017

Mrs Helen Guest

Clerk to Escrick Parish Council -

Cawood bridge works

published on 28th Jun 2017

There are traffic restrictions at Cawood Bridge until mid September, and the bridge is scheduled to be closed completely from 24th July to 2nd September.

Traffic restrictions until 24th July, and from 2nd September consist of 6 way temporary lights, with a single lane open across the bridge. From 24th July until 2nd September the bridge will be closed completely to vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians. (This work has been scheduled for the summer holidays to minimise impact on local families).

The 42x Cawood bus services will be diverted via Selby and non-stop along the A19 during the closure running to a revised timetable.

The work is for the installation of the 132 steel plates to strengthen the bridge to permit a 10 tonne weight limit and erection of scaffolding for use in painting the bridge.

Private Peaceful - Pick Me Up Theatre

published on 27th Jun 2017

On Tuesday 4 July Pick Me Up Theatre is bringing its 5* production of 'Private Peaceful' to QM for a very special performance in the Chapman Theatre.

York actor, George Stagnell, plays Private Thomas 'Tommo' Peaceful - and everyone he meets in his life - in this poignant, moving and uplifting one-man play adapted by Simon Reade from the much loved novel by Michael Morpurgo.

The author's inspiration from the story came from a visit to the war museum in Ypres where he was intrigued by a typed letter from an Army Captain to the mother of a soldier. In a few short lines she was told that her son had been shot at dawn for cowardice.

Morpugo discovered that this young man was just one of many and at that moment he knew he had to tell their story. The result was 'Private Peaceful' - a book that not only highlights the horrors and futilities of war, but also the joy and wonders of life.

Pick Me Up's production staged recently in York received wonderful reviews and now plays at QM for one night only ahead of it playing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August.

Residents of Escrick are invited to join us. Tickets must be booked in advance by emailing and cost £5 which will be payable in cash on the door. Tickets are offered on a first come, first served basis.

Eastern Community Engagement Forum - 6.30pm on Wednesday 19th July 2017

published on 8th Jun 2017

Please find below a flyer promoting the next Eastern Community Engagement Forum meeting to be held at 6.30pm on Wednesday 19th July 2017, at Cawood Primary School Hall.

Derwent, Selby and Minster Lions Summer Concert

published on 7th Jun 2017

Saturday 15th July

Reception 6.30pm - Performances commence at 7.30pm

Queen Margaret's School - Escrick

Tickets £12 (includes canapés)

Available in advance only. Call Lion Ken 01904 481265


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Proposals for the extraction of clay and new access road

published on 21st May 2017

Request for an Environmental Impact Assessment Scoping Opinion for extraction of clay, construction of new site access from the B1222, site restoration through importation of inert restoration materials to agriculture and nature conservation afteruse including water bodies, wetland habitats and the creation of public access

The Parish Council would like to make residents aware of the following application for an Environmental Impact Assessment regarding a proposed clay quarry to the west of the A19:

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