published on 15th Oct 2020
With the announcement that York is to be placed in tier 2 COVID restrictions, a few people have asked for clarification whether or not this includes Escrick.
To clarify, most of Escrick Village is in Selby District. The boundary runs between the church and the SangThai restaurant, as shown in black on the map below. York is north of the line, Selby is south of the line. Selby is not part of York.
Restrictions are defined using political boundaries, not postcodes, postal addresses or telephone dialling codes.
published on 9th Oct 2020
Overnight between the 8th- 9th October a farm in Escrick has had a shed broken into and 2 quads, a strimmer and chainsaw taken. All items were recovered by the owner that were dumped a quarter of a mile away. If you have any information please call 101 and quote job no: NYP-09102020-0208.>
published on 1st Oct 2020
The following update appeared in October's Parish Magazine:
Escrick Parish Council update September 2020
At September’s meeting the Parish Council reviewed arrangements, and agreed to keep these unaltered. The Council will continue to meet via video calls, and the playground will remain open with restrictions and an enhanced cleaning regime. Plans may change as the pandemic evolves and residents are encouraged to check the Council’s website for updates.
Skipwith Road speeding: The Council has submitted a request to the ’95 alive’ road safety partnership requesting that they review the speeding issues on Skipwith Road. After some delay they have acknowledged the request, but are not in a position to progress at the moment due to staff shortages.
The vehicle activated sign is currently out of action, due to an electrical fault. It is due to be repaired during September under warranty.
The application for clay extraction west of the A19 / business park was approved by North Yorkshire County Council in late July.
The application for a leisure/caravan park on the former North Selby Mine site was approved by City of York Council in August.
The application for increased in-fill at the former brickworks quarry west of the business park was approved by North Yorkshire County Council in early September.
The application for a waste sorting site at the former Stillingfleet mine site has not yet be heard by committee.
The bus shelter woodwork is due to be repainted during September.
An order has been placed for an electrical supply to the fountain area, to allow the monument to be illuminated in due course.
Work on the village green fence has been delayed due to availability of contractors.
Parish Council meeting dates: 5th October, 2nd November, 6th December. All meetings at 7.30pm online. Public welcome. Contact: Clerk (Sally Look), firstname.lastname@example.org, Chair (Richard Rowson), email@example.com; Website: escrick.org
published on 1st Oct 2020
October's Parish Magazine is available to view online here:
published on 17th Sep 2020
Update from Selby District Council - Thursday 17th September 2020:
To update you on the situation with Covid-19 in Selby district, as our area continues to record higher numbers of cases compared to other parts of North Yorkshire.
The Local Resilience Forum has declared a major incident, given the rise in case numbers. Of particular concern in North Yorkshire are the Selby and Scarborough districts.
In our district, there are particular concerns about community transmission in the Sherburn-in-Elmet area. We are also seeing increases amongst care home residents and staff.
This is happening against a backdrop of national problems with laboratory capacity, which means fewer Covid 19 tests are available and results are taking longer.
Working together with LRF partners, we’ve put the following in place:
These actions are being taken to try to avoid a further full lockdown if possible. Work continues now to prevent, contain and reduce the spread of the virus.
In addition, in the whole of the Selby district, people are asked to:
Thank you for your continued help as we work together to control the virus.>
published on 17th Sep 2020
Roadworks are scheduled for the Bell Farm area of the A19 (South of Escrick) for Friday 18th September.
published on 11th Sep 2020
Roadworks have been notified for the A19 in Escrick to repair a burst water main:
Apologies that these were not notified in advance, but we only received the notification from the County Council that they had approved the work as the work started.
published on 10th Sep 2020
Overnight from the 7th to 8th September, two vehicles parked on the drive of a property in the Carrs Meadow area of Escrick were badly scratched and damaged.
If you have any information , please contact North Yorkshire Police on 101 ref 12200157825
published on 31st Aug 2020
The September edition of the Escrick Parish Magazine has been published online!
published on 19th Aug 2020
Dear Escrick Residents,
As some of you may be aware, the Yorkshire Pudding Rally is due to take place Friday 28th August to Sunday 30th August. With the current situation it will be very different to normal years, the decision has been made to not allow guests to enter the village to use the pub or the club, to further reduce the risk to local residents. All guests will be temperature tested on entering the event, and once in will not be allowed to leave and re-enter. Social distancing will be in place across the event itself as well numerous measures to adhere to government guidelines.
Selby Licencing and the Safety Advisory Group have given the go ahead to the event. However, it goes without saying that if the government guidance changes to prohibit such an event then the decision will be taken to cancel.
Permission has been granted based on the local government advice here: https://www.local.gov.uk/covid-19-outdoor-events-guidance
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