Good afternoon, A64 Malton Bypass Barrier Renewal Following our summer update about maintenance work on the A64, I am writing to inform you that A-one+ working on behalf of Highways England, will be carrying out essential maintenance on this route. Starting on Monday 2nd August, we will be replacing sections of safety barriers, renewing some road […]
Welcome to the Flaxton Community Website
Flaxton is a small village in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire. Located about nine miles north of York, the village lies entirely within a Conservation Area and has a population of approximately 350.
Under development by the Parish Council, this website enables you to find out how your Parish Council is serving you. It also provides local news and information for Flaxton and the wider community. The site replaces the Original Website, which will be decommissioned once all relevant materials have been transferred.
Our aim is to evolve this site into a thriving community hub – so please sign up to receive the latest news and changes to the website.
There are a number of ways you can help us build the website … why not:
- Promote your upcoming village events and fundraising activities
- Promote your club or society
- Submit your Flaxton images so we can capture the whole village in our gallery – past or present.
- Provide historical details so that we can build and develop a Flaxton history timeline
- Advertise your local business on our Flaxton Community pages
You can get in touch with the Council or the Community via the Contact Page.
If you are a Flaxton resident or live locally and want to know what is going on you can subscribe for news updates or News Letters to be delivered to your inbox further down this page.
New parish council websites are required to display an accessibility statement saying how well they conform to the latest accessibility requirements. The aim is to make websites as accessible as possible to all users. This includes users with disabilities, users accessing the site from a range of devices (e.g. laptops, tablets or smartphones), etc.
You can view our Accessibility Statement page which describes how accessible our website is and also how to use the UserWay functions which help to improve accessibility.
Latest News Items
PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE NOTIFICATION – 00030811 – Oak Busk Lane, Flaxton The Closure will be in place for a period of 2 days between 27th July 2021 and 31st July 2021 The Road Closure and any associated Diversion Routes can be viewed using this URL link https://one.network/?tm=122953032 Regards North Yorkshire County Council
We hope you have come through these dreadful times safely. In view of the promising progress back towards normality, we have arranged an event to which you are warmly invited. It is an afternoon visit to the gardens at Mill House, Warthill. Pat and Ivan Adams have developed an impressive estate with a wide variety […]
PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE NOTIFICATION – 00030373 – Cross Lane, Flaxton The Closure will be in place for a period of 2 days between 6th July 2021 and 10th July 2021 The Road Closure and any associated Diversion Routes can be viewed using this URL link https://one.network/?tm=122646862 Regards North Yorkshire County Council
There has been a new planning application received for notice to fell trees in a Conservation Area at Ash Tree House You can view the planning applications via our Planning Application Page.
The Annual Meeting of Flaxton Parish Council will take place this evening for the purpose of transacting annual business requirements. This is not the Annual Parish Meeting – that was unable to be held due to government guidance on group gatherings If you are intending to attend this meeting tonight, please be aware we are […]
John Deer Starfire 6000 Stolen Warning to all farmers that 2 Starfire 6000 gps satellite and operating tablets have been stolen from a farm near Skipton. If you do use satellite systems on your tractors please remove them after use. Better to be safe than sorry Message Sent By Andy Birkinshaw (Police, PCSO, North […]
Please find attached the Summer Newsletter sent from Highways England