All Saints Church, Helmsley November 2018
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Current Tenders - Verge & Grass Cutting - Closes Mon 10 August 2020 noon
Verges and Grass Cutting Tender 2021 start (PDF, 198 Kb)
Verge and grass Cutting Tender Maps x3 2021 start. (PDF, 791 Kb)
Helmsley Town Council was pleased to be able to contribute towards Helmsley Walled Garden's fundraising by adopting 4 square metres of The Kitchen Garden. Many will remember the garden from when the Watson family grew fruit and vegetables there for their grocery shop in Helmsley.
The council has also provided grants of £750 over this and last year towards the new Alphabet Garden.
Posted: Mon, 22 Jun 2020 14:23 by Victoria Ellis
York & North Yorkshire Growth Hub and shopappy.com.
Information from Y&NYGH. Initially, the offer is available in the following towns: Selby, Tadcaster, Harrogate, Knaresborough, Malton & Norton, Richmond, Leyburn, Stokesley, Thirsk and Easingwold. The first 50 businesses to sign up from outside these towns can also benefit from free 12-month subscriptions, worth £240 each.
ShopAppy.com is an award-winning digital platform that was designed to give small independent businesses a way to operate and compete with online retail giants. More »
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, it allows people to shop locally and support your businesses even if they have to stay at home and you are not able to open yet.
The marketplace is ideal for retail and some service-based businesses. It allows you to start trading again and operate safely by offering ecommerce.
It can be set up with limited technical know-how, and without the cost of building and promoting your own standalone store. Alongside the ShopAppy.com team, we will be able to provide all the help you need to get started. » Less
Posted: Mon, 22 Jun 2020 13:18 by Victoria Ellis
Ryedale residents with a hidden disability can now pick up a sunflower lanyard designed to act as a discreet sign to others that they may need additional help.
The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower has increasingly been adopted by large supermarkets and airports, as it allows everyone with a hidden disability to choose to be subtly visible when they need to be.
NYCC's Stronger Communities team is rolling out the scheme with Ryedale's five town councils and local voluntary organisations Ryedale Special Families, Ryedale Sight Support and Camphill Village Trust. Ryedale District Council is also supporting it. More »
Helmsley Town Council is proud to support the scheme, has joined, and is providing free sunflowers for Helmsley's residents and visitors with Hidden Disabilities. They will soon be available from the Co-op, Costcutters and Todds. Bransdale View Extra Care facility has some for its residents.
Helmsley residents who cannot get a sunflower should contact the Town Council please.
For more information see the Helmsley Town Council website under 'Community'. » Less
Posted: Fri, 12 Jun 2020 18:59 by Victoria Ellis