New Planning Application Received – Notice to fell trees in a Conservation Area

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.

Tonights Parish Council Meeting

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 limited in capacity due to COVID restrictions and therefore you may be turned away if there insufficient space.

The Village Hall should be entered and exited via the rear door only, face masks must be worn until you are seated and hand sanitiser will be available for all to use upon entry and exit.

North Yorkshire Community Messaging – John Deere Starfire stolen

 

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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 sorryWeb Bug from https://assets.neighbourhoodalert.co.uk/483731536/email.gif
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Andy Birkinshaw (Police, PCSO, North Yorkshire)

 

A64 Summer Newsletter from Highways England

Please find attached the Summer Newsletter sent from Highways England

Harton Benefice Newsletter – May 2021

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Here is the latest Harton Benefice Newsletter from Rachael Harrison, Children & Family Worker for Harton Benefice.

Rachael has asked us to draw your attention to the art competition which takes place in June.  The artwork will be displayed in Flaxton Village Hall on the weekend of 26th & 27th June.

Flaxton residents are invited to support the event.  There will be tea, coffee & cake available!

Art Competition

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Newsletter

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You can find the Summer Club Booking Form here Booking Form-Summer Holiday Club.

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Planning Application received – Notice to fell trees in a Conservation Area

There has been a new planning application received for notice to fell trees in a Conservation Area at The Old Rectory

You can view the planning applications via our Planning Application Page.

New Planning Application received – Installation of Ground Source Heat Pumps

There has been a new planning application received for installation of ground source heat pumps at Woodlands Farm

You can view the planning applications via our Planning Application Page.

Harton Benefice Newsletter – April 2021

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North Yorkshire Community Messaging – Ticket Fraud

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Beware of Ticket Fraud


Action Fraud warning as demand for tickets increases ahead of lockdown easing

Following the announcement of the easing of lockdown restrictions over the coming months, several festivals and concerts have been announced, with demand expected to be incredibly high. Some festivals have already sold out.

As a result of the high demand for tickets, the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) are warning buyers to take extra care when buying tickets online. We are urging people to be wary of fraudsters selling fake or non-existent tickets to events. NFIB have already started seeing reports of non-existent tickets being advertised for sale online, some at inflated prices.

In February 2021, Action Fraud received 216 reports of ticket fraud. This is an 62% increase on the previous month and the highest number of reports received since March 2020 when lockdown restrictions were first implemented. Victims reported losing £272,300 in February 2021 – an average loss of just over £1,260 per victim.

It is anticipated that increased demand for tickets following lockdown restrictions will lead to greater numbers of victims and higher losses as a result.

Spot the signs of ticket fraud and protect yourself:

Only buy tickets from the venue’s box office, official promoter or agent, or a well-known and reputable ticket site.
Avoid paying for tickets by bank transfer, especially if buying from someone unknown. Credit card or payment services such as PayPal offer greater protection against fraud.
Be wary of unsolicited emails, texts or adverts offering unbelievably good deals on tickets. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Is the vendor a member of STAR? If they are, the company has signed up to their strict governing standards. STAR also offers an approved Alternative Dispute Resolution service to help customers with outstanding complaints. For more information: star.org.uk/buy_safe
Every report matters. If you have been a victim of fraud or cyber crime report it to us online or by calling 0300 123 2040.Web Bug from https://assets.neighbourhoodalert.co.uk/470954374/email.gif

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Stephen Law (NWN, MSA, North Yorkshire, Ryedale, Scarborough, Hinderwell and Staithes)