Agenda – Wed. 13th November 2019

  1. Open Forum
    Where local residents can raise issues for Parish Council consideration; max 2 minutes per resident’s presentation; forum limited to 15 minutes. Residents wishing to attend the Open Forum should arrive by 7 p.m.
    (Matters seeking formal resolution at the meeting should be submitted to the Clerk before the Agenda is issued, i.e. at least two weeks before the meeting.)

2. Apologies for Absence:

3. Minutes of Previous Meeting(s) – 11 September 2019 & 8 October EO planning meeting

4. Matters Carried Over from Last Meeting
a)  Community Speed Watch – progress report
b)  Repositioning New Road salt grit bins – progress report
c)  Cockgarth footbridge repair – workscope discussion/decision
d)  Repositioning dog poo bin – progress report

e)  Modifications to un-Listed Buildings in the Conservation Area
f)   Grass verge wildflower meadows – discussion
g)  Chapel Garth wildflower meadow – discussion
h)  Beckside management – discussion

5. Matters Arisen since Last Meeting
a)  County Bridge – re-consultation
b)  Charity donation request – consideration
c)   Vehicle Activated Speed sign – invitation consideration
d)   VE Day celebrations registration
e)   Odd Job call-off contract ITT – reconsideration

f)    Quarry Liaison meeting 2019

g)   TLC Tackling Loneliness Consultation response

h)   Barclays Bank statements’ redirection

i)    2019/2020 Budget – discussion

6. Representation reports:

John Harrison Neighbourhood Watch
Alan Mitchell Malton & Norton Neighbourhood Plan
YLCA Branch Representative
Philip Marwood YLCA Branch Representative
Sue Blagden Malton & Norton Neighbourhood Plan
Ruth Russell RDC & Parish Liaison Meeting

7. Planning

8. AOB   

Date of next Meeting: Wednesday 8 January 2020

Early Postcard – Settrington School

Enjoying a cycle ride, once upon time.


Settrington War Memorial Research

Carol Fitz-Gibbon of the Ryedale Family History Group has been researching the histories of the people whose names appear on the war memorials of Settrington, Scagglethorpe & Thorpe Bassett and writing them up in a memorial book, which has just been published.

A copy will be presented at the Thorpe Bassett Parish Meeting on 19th April, and one to Settrington Church at the service of Holy Communion at 9.00am on 24th April. Arrangements are also in hand for something similar at Scagglethorpe.

Details on the attached poster ….

scagg book cover final (002)

Village Map (with house numbers)

For a house-numbered map of Settrington, please use the link at the foot of the page under “Walking”