All Saints Church, Helmsley November 2018
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Councillor Jonathan Fairburn was elected as Chairman of Helmsley Town Council at its Annual Meeting this week. Councillor Tony Porter was elected Vice-Chairman. The outgoing Chairman, Councillor Ian Saggers was thanked for his work and advice during the last two years.
The council has a number of projects to complete in the next year including conversion of the old phone kiosk on Borogate into an Information Kiosk, burial of a Time Capsule, restoration work to the Feversham Monument and the War Memorial, restoration of memorials in the cemeteries and major investment in The Limes Play Area. More »
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Posted: Thu, 06 May 2021 16:15 by Victoria Ellis
Helmsley Town Council is seeking quotations for the removal of the New Cemetery Spoil Heap. Contractors must have the appropriate waste licences. Vehicular access is via Baxtons Sprunt, through the field between the Old Cemetery and the Vicarage. The deadline for written quotations (email ok and will be acknowledged) is noon on Monday 19th April 2021. The work must be completed by the 31 May 2021. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted: Wed, 10 Mar 2021 10:41 by Victoria Ellis
At the outset of Covid-19 it became obvious that some people needed help as they had unnoticeable reasons for being unable to social distance. The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Scheme was launched in 2016 by a private company and soon became an international scheme, used at transport hubs and large supermarkets. In spring 2019 it was introduced quickly throughout Ryedale by the five towns, North Yorkshire County Council, Ryedale District Council, Sight Support Ryedale and Scarborough and Ryedale Carers Resource. Three shops in Helmsley were asked by the council to give out the lanyards and other accessories - the Co-op, Costcutters and Todds, and others have since publicised the sunflower lanyard including Helmsley Walled Garden and Porters. Helmsley Town Council is grateful for their support, particularly when Covid-19 has made working conditions for all so difficult. Councillor Carol Swift introduces the scheme in the video which was made by Luke of Ryedale Carers Resource.
Posted: Mon, 08 Feb 2021 16:03 by Victoria Ellis