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  • Brookfield Garth Proposed Development

    HAMPSTHWAITE ONCE AGAIN UNDER THREAT! PROPOSED RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT BROOKFIELD GARTH, HAMPSTHWAITE  
  • Barkers Family History

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  • BARKER Family History

    Descendants of John and Grace BarkerbyShaun L Wilson – February 2017 Barker families have resided in Hampsthwaite since the early seventeenth century and were extensive in the area during the nineteenth century. From the 1881 England Census for Hampsthwaite taken on 3rd April that year, Barker was the most popular name totalling 57 out of 457 people enumerated – 12.5% of those recorded living in Hampsthwaite at the time of that census. From the registers of Hampsthwaite parish, Barkers were in existence as early as 1610. The earliest Barker mentioned is John Barker, son of Peter who was baptised on 17th March that year.Where Hampsthwaite is mentioned in this article it refers to both village and parish. We will never know exactly where the early Barker’s dwelling houses were as they are not recorded in either the parish registers or on the early census returns, but it is assumed that they lived in the village or within the parish. It was not until the England Census of 1911 that full address details were given together with the total number of children born alive to the present marriage of the head of the family.
  • Tom Wright reflects upon the Barker family in Hampsthwaite

    As far as I can ascertain there were no Barkers in Hampsthwaite prior to the 18th century. The earliest reference I could find was to the marriage of John Barker, a tailor, to Ann Messenger (daughter of William Messenger) in the parish church sometime near the beginning of the 1700s. I don’t know from whence he originated.They had several children, as did all the Barkers, but I have only recorded my own direct ancestors. They were his son James Barker (1744) & Hannah Dousland; William Barker (1781) & Catherine Swale; John Barker (1810) & Mary Nutter; George Barker (1845) & Sarah ???  who themselves produced Rowland Barker and siblings. He married Eliza Jackson (from an even older family in Birstwith) and they were my maternal Grandparents.(See also and )
  • Disclaimer

    The information and materials throughout Hampsthwaite Village website are provided in good faith. Content is original or prepared from publicly available information or from other sources which are believed to be reliable.But you should not rely upon any information or materials on this website in making or refraining from making any specific business decision or other decisions.Hampsthwaite Village website contains information that is created and maintained by a variety of sources both internal and external to Hampsthwaite Parish Council.Information held in the Hampsthwaite Parish Council section of this website is for your general information and use only and does not constitute any advice or recommendation (professional or otherwise).Any views expressed or content posted in other sections of Hampsthwaite Village website are not necessarily endorsed by Hampsthwaite Parish Council.Neither Hampsthwaite Parish Council nor the authors of the Hampsthwaite Village website accept responsibility for any information contained in external websites that are linked to, and accept no liability in connection with their services or information.Whilst every effort is made to keep the information on this web site accurate, the website authors disclaim any warranty or representation, expressed or implied about its accuracy, completeness or appropriateness for a particular purpose. Thus you assume full responsibility for using the information on this website, and you understand and agree that neither Hampsthwaite Parish Council nor any of its employees, agents or authors of Hampsthwaite Village website is responsible or liable for any claim, loss or damage resulting from its use.In using the Hampsthwaite Village website, you will be deemed to accept these terms.
  • Parish Council Minutes Archive 2017

    Minutes from Parish Council meetings in 2017
  • Northern Powergrid and Gas Networks

    The Northern Power Grid and the Northern Gas Networks are the organisations responsible for the delivery of  electricity and gas within our region
  • Yoga Classes

    Jann is a Yoga & Energy Medicine Teacher and Therapist and lover of all things Holistic, Herbal, Organic and Natural and I’m a life long passionate supporter of The Healing Arts that are rooted in our Ancient Wisdoms of Massage, Dancing, Sound, Singing, Drumming, Painting, Meditating, Coming together in circle. Jann's weekly sessions are hosted at Hampsthwaite Memorial Hall and listed in the hall's Contact Jann for details:Tel:  07585 807046Web: http://amazinguniverse.co.uk/ (with Events section at http://amazinguniverse.co.uk/calendar/)
  • SuperFast North Yorkshire

    Beware of Computer Scams If you receive a  phone call purporting to be from Microsoft support or similar, to say that your computer has sent them a critical error message, ignore it even if they have your phone number and name!They will get you to visit a particular web page in your web browser. Something on the web page will enable them to have control of your computer. They can then load spyware, steal passwords or just use your machine to relay other illegal content, for example.If you think it might be genuine (VERY unlikely!), thank the caller, put the phone down, then contact your computer supplier or Microsoft Support yourself - see http://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/security/online-privacy/avoid-phone-scams.aspx Whenever you receive an unexpected email just copy the subject line or part of its text and paste it into Google. You will soon discover if it is a scam. NEVER open links or accept attachments from emails you are unsure of. Remember: if it sounds too good to be true; it probably is!
  • Hampsthwaite Picture House

    Check the programme of film screenings by visiting the Hampsthwaite Picture House website. Films screened at 7.30pm unless otherwise stated. Come along and enjoy an evening with family and friends sat at our convivial, candle-lit tables with refreshments, 'nibbles', food and bar as appropriate to the film being shown. Tickets available from Hampsthwaite Post Office ( or at the door if available) - why not book a table and come as a group?
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HBC and NYCC Communications


Current Year Communications from HBC and NYCC



Review of Recycling Bring Bank Facilities
(includes Hampsthwaite Cricket Club)

I am writing to you to let you know Harrogate Borough Council are carrying out a review of the use of recycling bring bank facilities across the district. We are asking residents to help us decide the future of our bring bank sites and mini recycling centres in areas where kerbside recycling is fully available.

The consultation includes recycling bring bank facilities in your Parish. As well as informing yourselves, where relevant, we are also informing owners/occupants of sites included in the consultation. Public notices are also being put up at facilities included in the consultation.

Please direct anyone wanting to respond to the review to the short consultation survey which can be completed online between Monday 10th July and Sunday 20th August 2017. The survey can be found at www.harrogate.gov.uk/haveyoursay. If a resident does not have computer access they should contact the Customer Service Centre on 01423 500600.



Harrogate Borough Council Budget 2018/2019 Consultation
Dear sir/madam,

We are currently residents, businesses and councillors to be involved and have their say in the Budget 2018/2019 consultation. 

One of the most important factors in setting a budget is ensuring finances match priorities and ensuring the people of the Harrogate District have a say in on the services that are important to them. The information and feedback you provide will form part of the development of our 2018/2019 budget which will be finalised over the coming months. 

Included as part of the consultation includes key questions about the Corporate Priorities which will then be transfer into the corporate plan which sets out how we intend to build upon our successes and meet existing and emerging challenges over the next 3 years.

To complete the consultation on line please click here.

If you wish to have a paper version of the questionnaire please contact me on the details below so I can arrange to send out again. The consultation can also be found on the ‘Have Your Say’ section of the Harrogate Borough Council website.

The consultation closes 01st September 2017 and feedback on all completed questionnaires will be on the Harrogate Borough Councils website after this date.

Finally if you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.

Emma McIntosh
Engagement Officer
Partnership and Engagement Team
Harrogate Borough Council
PO Box 787
Harrogate
HG1 9RW Tel :01423 500600 (ext number 58095
email: emma.mcintosh@harrogate.gov.uk
Website: www.harrogate.gov.uk


Healthwatch North Yorkshire

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North Yorkshire Now newsletter - council's priorities, community awards, celebrating volunteers

See: http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/recruitment/newsletter/nyn0617.htm


Parish Consultation meeting - 13 September 2017

The Parish Consultation meetings will provide an opportunity to:
  • Promote effective working partnerships between the Borough and Parish Council
  • Update Parish Councils on strategic issues of district-wide interest
  • Deliver short items of training / briefing
  • Allow Parish Councils to ask questions of the Borough Council on issues common to a significant number of Parish Councils
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Harrogate Relief Road Review Study

It has been brought to our attention that when using the below email address a failed delivery response is received. If you are attempting to use the email address below, rather than clicking on the ‘reply’ button please could you use: Harrogateresponses@mouchel.com


Harrogate Relief Road Review Study

You will be aware that North Yorkshire County Council have appointed Mouchel, as an independent consultant, to undertake the Harrogate Relief Road Review Study. The primary objective of the study is to identify measures to address congestion and its negative impacts in the Harrogate and Knaresborough urban areas. We are getting in touch with you, because, as an important stakeholder, we need your help to understand current issues and impacts of congestion in Harrogate and Knaresborough and, understand some of the constraints that will inform the development of potential options. We are at an early point of the study and at this stage we are simply gathering information rather than looking at options or solutions.

To capture your views, insight and local knowledge, the study team have developed a pro-forma which can be accessed via the email attachment. It’s simple (not too long), easy to use and secure, so your views will only be seen by the study team. The views expressed in the pro-formas, will be in confidence and we will ensure that where requested any views, included in any notes and/or reports, will be un-attributable. We need to collect views by the 27th June). Apologies for the short notice but, whilst we have been working on this study for the last couple of months, the purdah periods for the local and general elections have impacted on the timing of us talking to you and we are now keen to ensure that your initial views are fed into the next stage of the process (option identification and assessment) starting in July.

Please email your completed pro-forma to Harrogateresponse@mouchel.com

If you have any questions regarding this request for support/information or indeed the study as whole then please get in touch using the email address we have set up for the study Harrogateresponses@mouchel.com
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Changes to Local Bus Services 24 Harrogate - Pateley Bridge and service 62 Keighley - Otley - Harrogate

I have been advised by Transdev that they are making changes to their local bus service 24 Harrogate – Pateley Bridge and service 62 Keighley – Otley – Harrogate from 23 July 2017.

Service 24 Harrogate - Pateley Bridge: The following journeys will been withdrawn

0650 and 1835 hours Harrogate to Pateley Bridge, and 0740 and 1930 hours Pateley Bridge to Harrogate. The timetable is simplified with all journeys departing Harrogate and Pateley Bridge at 30 minutes past the hour Monday to Saturday.

The Sunday service will retain 4 journeys but these will operate seasonally from May to September, with no winter Sunday service.

Service 62 Keighley – Otley – Harrogate: The section of route between Otley and Harrogate is withdrawn. There are alternative journeys between Otley and Harrogate on ConnexionsBuses service X52.

These services are not financially supported by the County Council.

County Area Committee for the Harrogate District - 1 June 2017

I attach a copy of the agenda and Notice for the above meeting for your information.
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Armed Forces Day: flag flying

Please find attached a document from the Department for Communities and Local Government. The attachment contains the guidance from the DCLG regarding flying the Armed Forces Day flag from 19 June onwards.

The 50th Anniversary of Conservation Areas

Harrogate Borough Council wishes to draw the upcoming 50th anniversary of conservation areas to the attention of the public as a means to celebrate the district’s rich historic environment. Conservation areas were formed in 1967 with the creation of the Civic Amenities Act and the district now has 53 conservation areas covering diverse environments and encompassing a wide range of heritage assets. A focus for the celebration of the anniversary is Civic Day on June 17th, which is organised by Civic Voice.

We plan to add a new page on our website in the coming weeks and it would be great to be able to include information about any local events that have been arranged, or to show how Civic Societies, Parish Council’s and residents may be marking this event.

Therefore, we would be grateful if you could let us know if you are intending to mark the anniversary and / or whether you have planned any events - if so, please advise whether or not you would be happy for us to add details of these events on our webpage.

Harrogate Borough Council Small Grants Scheme for 2017 is now open for applications

Harrogate Borough Council Small Grants Scheme for 2017 is now open for applications.  We have £30,000 available to allocate in small grants for 2017 - 18. Grants of up to £3,000 per project are available for activities commencing mid-September onwards.

This is the only annual small grants scheme available from HBC, the previous Community Chest and Arts and Heritage grant funds have been subsumed into the one small grants scheme.

This small grant scheme will be accepting applications from 16th May 2017 with a closing date of the 17th July 2016, 12pm noon.

A Guidance document and application form is available on the Harrogate Borough Council website, we ask that where possible applications are made using the online form

www.harrogate.gov.uk/smallgrants

What is the purpose of the funds?

The purpose of the small grants fund is to support and strengthen voluntary and community sector organisations based in and serving the Harrogate district that are providing activities/projects that benefit the local communities and residents. The funds are available to provide and increase participation and engagement and to support new and innovative ideas.

PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE NOTIFICATION - 12282 Various roads 

The Closure will be in place for a period of  between 5 and 14 days.The maximum duration of the Order will be from 5th June 2017 to 4th December 2018 inclusive.

The Road Closures and any associated Diversion Routes can be viewed using this URL link https://roadworks.org


PROPOSED ALTERATIONS TO SCHOOL KEEP CLEAR MARKINGS - HAMPSTHWAITE PRIMARY SCHOOL



Emergency planning Event

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Has your community suffered from flooding, extreme weather, fire or any kind of emergency? Or are you worried about how your community might cope if it did?

Come along to our Emergency Planning Information Event at The Milton Rooms, Malton from 10am on Tuesday 30 May to find out more.

We’re working with North Yorkshire County Council’s Emergency Planning Team to help rural communities across the county put Emergency Plans in place. Emergency Plans can cover anything from designating a community building as a refuge centre, recruiting volunteers to check on vulnerable residents or identifying the owners of useful vehicles. They help community leaders organise an effective response to an emergency, and help local residents understand what they need to do should the worst happen.

At our Emergency Planning Information Event you’ll find out more about what is involved in creating a Community Emergency Plan and about the expert support available to help you, and hear from communities who have gone through the process themselves. There will be an opportunity for you to ask any questions you have, and we’ll also be updating you on our work to help individual households put their own Emergency Plans together.

The event is completely free and light refreshments will be included, including breakfast sandwiches! To help us with catering arrangements, please book a place online, email our Emergency Planning Officer James Russell, or call the office on 01904 704177. Please get in touch if you have any questions.

Event Programme
·         10:00: Registration and breakfast.
·         10:30: Presentations.
·         12:00: We have the venue until 1pm so there will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions once the presentations have concluded.         

Venue
The Milton Rooms is a fantastic, recently renovated venue in the heart of Malton. Wentworth Street Long Stay Car Park and Malton Railway Station are both about five minutes’ walk away, so you’ll be within easy reach of the venue however you get there. They can also help with closer car parking arrangements for those with any mobility problems.
Acknowledgements
The Emergency Planning Project is made possible thanks to the support of the North Yorkshire Recovery Fund and Two Ridings Community Foundation.


Newsletter from Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire
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Street Naming and Numbering

As there has been an increase in Building Work in the district, I thought it might be useful for you if I sent you a short pack explaining the basics of the Street Naming and Numbering process, given there are so many rules and protocols that govern it.

I hope you find this useful, should you need any further information please do not hesitate to contact me, contact details below,

It might also be worth noting that on the 2nd September 1974, at a Public Works Committee ‘The Director of Technical Services asked for the Council’s instructions with regard to requests to re-number existing properties carrying the No 13, and reported that observations had been obtained from the Post Office.

Resolved, That the Council do not accede to such requests, nor agree to the omission of No 13 in the numbering of properties in new developments’

Therefore, all numbers, including 13, must be used in the proper sequence. Application to omit any number from a sequence will be refused. Building names or numbers will be allocated to the road serving the main entrance.

Tel O1423 556555

Sue.Simmons@Harrogate.gov.uk


Harrogate Borough Council - Bank Holiday Waste & Recycling Collection CRM:0068108

There will be no collections on Good Friday 14 April and Monday 17 April

Week Commencing 10 April 2017 your collection will be earlier than your usual collection day:

Usual day

MON

10 Apr

TUE

11 Apr

WED

12 Apr

THU

13 Apr

FRI

14 Apr

Revised day

SAT

8 Apr

MON

10 Apr

TUE

11 Apr

WED

12 Apr

THU

13 Apr

Week Commencing 17 April 2017 your collection will be later than your usual collection day:

Usual day

MON

17 Apr

TUE

18 Apr

WED

19 Apr

THU

20 Apr

FRI

21 Apr

Revised day

TUE

18 Apr

WED

19 Apr

THU

20 Apr

FRI

21 Apr

SAT

22 Apr

Normal service resumes Monday 24 April 2017.

You can also check the dates for your next waste and recycling collections at: https://secure.harrogate.gov.uk/inmyarea/

Find out what you can do with egg-stra recycling over Easter at harrogate.gov.uk/recycling

Register for an online Harrogate Borough Council customer account at https://my.harrogate.gov.uk/.

This gives you faster access to our services and allows you to:

-make and track payments for council tax, council house rent, business rates, parking fines, planning and building regulation fees
-report something in your local area which needs fixing, cleaning or changing
-review the progress of your requests
-receive updates and alerts about changes to our services such as bank holiday bin collections.

Creating a new account only takes a few minutes and your account will be created immediately for you to use.


North Yorkshire Now newsletter - community awards; plan for growth; money for road schemes

See:
http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/recruitment/newsletter/nyn0417.htm

Updated Community Safety Services Fund documentation

Guidance Notes and Application Form for bids to the Community Safety Services Fund

These are also available via the PCC website https://www.northyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk/for-you/partnership/non-commissioned-community-safety-services/


Weekly Email News Digest - Monday, 10 April, 2017

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HARCVS Care in Action Newsletter - Spring 2017

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Healthwatch North Yorkshire update

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Healthwatch North Yorkshire update 17th March

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Harrogate Area Committee - 16 March 2017
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Healthwatch North Yorkshire update

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2018 Boundary Review - Yorkshire and the Humber

Dear Chief Executive Last year, the Boundary Commission for England published and consulted on our initial proposals for new constituency boundaries. We received nearly 20,000 responses to that consultation. The next stage of the 2018 Review is for us to publish all those representations so that others may comment on them. I write to you today to inform you that we intend to publish all the representations on Tuesday 28 February 2017, and invite comments on them for four weeks until Monday 27 March 2017. All representations will be published on our website at www.bce2018.org.uk. The Commission would like to encourage you and your council to take time to see what others have said about our initial proposals, and add your views to those. We would also ask you to assist us by publicising this consultation as widely as possible in your local authority area. Following the secondary consultation, the Commission will be considering all representations received from both consultations, and will consider whether any revisions are needed. If we decide to revise the proposals, we will consult on the revised boundaries. We currently expect any such consultation to happen towards the end of 2017, or in early 2018. Thank you for your continued interest in and assistance with the 2018 Parliamentary boundary review. Yours sincerely,


Healthwatch North Yorkshire update

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HARCVS News & Funding Update – February 2017

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Healthwatch North Yorkshire update

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NYCC - Countryside Access Service - Public Consultation - A4 POSTER

North Yorkshire County Council’s Countryside Access Service is reviewing how it manages and maintains the county’s public rights of way network. 

We are now formally consulting the public on a new proposed approach to prioritising management and maintenance of public rights of way within North Yorkshire, excluding those managed on our behalf by The North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales National Parks. 

The proposals include a suggestion that Parish Councils should play a formal role in the prioritisation of the network of paths. 

A set of proposal documents and a consultation questionnaire is now available on the NYCC website and will be available until 19 March 2017.  I would be very interested to receive your views as part of this consultation exercise.

The documentation is available using the following link:

www.northyorks.gov.uk/prowconsultation
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Healthwatch North Yorkshire update

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North Yorkshire Now newsletter - help your library; find out about fostering; be food smart

See - http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/recruitment/newsletter/nyn0217.htm

Healthwatch North Yorkshire update

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HARCVS Update - Change of provider for support for charities & volunteers in Harrogate District

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NYCC - Countryside Access Service - Public Consultation

North Yorkshire County Council’s Countryside Access Service is reviewing how it manages and maintains the county’s public rights of way network. 

We are now formally consulting the public on a new proposed approach to prioritising management and maintenance of public rights of way within North Yorkshire, excluding those managed on our behalf by The North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales National Parks. 

The proposals include a suggestion that Parish Councils should play a formal role in the prioritisation of the network of paths. 

A set of proposal documents and a consultation questionnaire is now available on the NYCC website and will be available until 19 March 2017.  I would be very interested to receive your views as part of this consultation exercise.

The documentation is available using the following link:

www.northyorks.gov.uk/prowconsultation

Healthwatch North Yorkshire update

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LEADER Programme re-opened for project applications

The LEADER Programme has now re-opened and is seeking applications from businesses within our district for projects that will create jobs, develop rural businesses or support the rural economy.

The current round of funding is looking for applications in five categories:

Find out more about each funding priority and keep up-to-date

Please would you publicise the information below through your contacts and please contact Genevieve Gillies (Genevieve.gillies@harrogate.gov.uk) if you have any queries about this programme.

HARCVS News & Funding Update – January 2017

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Healthwatch North Yorkshire update

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HARCVS News & Funding Update – January 2017

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Healthwatch North Yorkshire update

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North Yorkshire Now newsletter: support for innovative projects; call for library volunteers

See: http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/recruitment/newsletter/nyn0117.htm


Healthwatch North Yorkshire update

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Tour de Yorkshire 2017!
It's coming again.......Saturday 29 April........... through Nidderdale........twice (men's and women's race).......and this email is to invite you to attend a local meeting to share information and ideas and ask questions - on Thursday 19 January, from 4.30pm to 6pm, at the Council Chamber, King Street, Pateley Bridge. We are gathering as much information as is available at this stage to share with everyone  - from Welcome to Yorkshire and from NYCC Highways - and can take questions back to them, as required.

Please RSVP to let us know if you are able to join us at this meeting.

Please also note, for your diaries, that Welcome to Yorkshire are holding a 'TdY roadshow' at the Council Chamber, Pateley Bridge, on Tuesday 28 February (6pm) and are planning a further roadshow hosted by How Stean Gorge, also expected to be towards the end of February/early March. Booking is required for these events: http://letour.yorkshire.com/2017/roadshows


Julia Mulligan launches public consultation on local funding for police in North Yorkshire

See : http://www.northyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk/news/julia-mulligan-launches-public-consultation-local-funding-police-north-yorkshire/


Healthwatch North Yorkshire news update

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[parishcouncil] Response to Draft Local Plan


Advice of council tax support grant and taxbase for 201718
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