Skirlaugh Parish Council

Serving Your Village For You

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Clerk: Sara Towne
31 West Street, Leven
Beverley, East Riding of
Yorkshire HU17 5LE

Tel: 01964 544067

News

Casual vacancy

A casual vacancy for a councillor has arisen following a resignation.

Posted: Mon, 28 Nov 2022 13:53 by Sara Towne

Tags: Councillors, Vacancy

Public Right of Way

ERYC has confirmed that Footpaths 5 and 6 near Poplar Close have now been added to the Definitive Map.

Posted: Fri, 25 Nov 2022 11:27 by Sara Towne

Tags: Public Rights of Way

Road Closure

Notice and map regarding proposed closure of part of Cawood Drive from 12th December until approximately 16th December to enable gas installation works to be carried out.

Posted: Mon, 21 Nov 2022 09:36 by Sara Towne

Tags: Roads

Audit 2022. Conclusion of Audit

The audit for the year ending 31st March 2022 has been concluded. The AGAR., external auditor's certificate and notice of conclusion of audit can be viewed here.

Posted: Fri, 16 Sep 2022 11:56 by Sara Towne

Tags: Audit

Jubilee Wood

It has been noticed that people are taking dogs into Jubilee Wood for exercise and are not clearing up any fouling left behind.

The wood is open to residents to use and enjoy, by walking, sitting or using the picnic tables. For this reason it was decided when the wood was opened to the public that dogs would not be allowed in the wood.

The parish council will be grateful if residents will respect decision... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 13 Jun 2022 14:58 by Sara Towne

Tags: Dog fouling, Jubilee Wood

Parking on pavements

There is an increasing problem with vehicles being parked partly on the footpath. This causes an obstruction for pedestrians, in particular those in a wheelchair or mobility scooter and parents with a pushchair.

National legislation is being proposed to address this problem. The parish council will be grateful if drivers will take care to park thoughtfully and ensure their vehicle is not blocking the... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 04 Sep 2020 15:40 by Sara Towne

Tags: Roads and footpaths

Dog Fouling

There have been numerous reports of dog fouling occurring in the village. If anyone notices fouling, please report this to the parish council with details of date, time and location. This information will be collated to identify any persistent problem areas and passed on to the ERYC dog warden. Reports can be made by email, telephone or in writing to the clerk, or through the WhatsApp group.

New litter... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 10 Jul 2020 11:51 by Sara Towne

Tags: Dog fouling

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