Dates of Ordinary Parish Meetings to be held in 2020

Camblesforth Parish Council

Dates of Ordinary Parish Meetings to be held in 2020

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Parish Meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Church Hall, commencing at 7.15pm.  Ordinary Meetings are open to members of the public unless advised otherwise by the Chair.

 

Wednesday, 15th January 2020

 

Wednesday, 19th February 2020

 

Wednesday, 18th March 2020

 

Wednesday, 15th April 2020 – The Annual General Meeting will be held prior to the Ordinary Meeting

 

Wednesday, 20th May 2020

 

Wednesday, 17th June 2020

 

Wednesday, 15th July 2020

 

Wednesday, 20th August 2020

 

Wednesday, 16 September 2020

 

Wednesday, 21st October 2020

 

Wednesday, 20th November 2020

 

There is normally no meeting in December.  Parish Cllrs will confirm at the November meeting if an extraordinary meeting will be held

 

Notice of an extra-ordinary Parish Meeting in December 2019

The next Parish Meeting for Camblesforth will be held on Wednesday 18th December 2019.

This will be an extra-ordinary meeting as the Parish Council’s Standing Orders dictate that there should be no meeting in December.

The meeting will primarily consider next financial year’s precept.  However it will also consider a recent planning application for social housing

PROPOSAL: Proposed erection of a terrace of three 2-storey affordable homes

LOCATION: Land On Call For Sites, Oaklands Crescent, Camblesforth

Which the Parish Council understands has raised interest / concern amongst some residents

The December meeting is open to the public as usual

December 2019 Agenda and Notice – Camblesforth

Christmas Events in Camblesforth

Christmas Remembrance Service – Sunday, 15th December in Drax Cemetery at 1:00pm. A short service for anyone to remember their loved ones at this time of year. Hang cards and messages on the Christmas tree and light candles. All welcome to join us.

Carols in the Garden – Friday, 20th December from 6:30pm. Join us to sing carols around the tree in the Memorial Garden, Brigg Lane, Camblesforth, followed by hot food in the church. All welcome.

Carols by Candlelight Service – Sunday, 22nd December at 6:00pm, followed by refreshments. All welcome.

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Messy / Cafe Church

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Messy/Café Church.   4:30pm to 6:00pm

Held in the Church Hall, these are informal get-togethers for all ages with various activities, short act of worship followed by a meal.

Free of charge.

Great fun.

Come and join us, all are welcome.

Next meetings are:- 5th January 2020 and 12th February 2020.

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Edward Atkinson Fund and Camblesforth Parish Council support local young budding scientists

A Selby headteacher has praised Camblesforth Parish Council for providing additional help in supporting a village school.

Mr Dave Card, Head of School at Camblesforth Community Primary Academy, applied for funding through the parish council’s Edward Atkinson Fund to pay for waterproof clothing so children could take part in outdoor education. The Atkinson Fund is managed by the Parish Council and was established as a charity to benefit young people in Camblesforth – it continues to be able to do this due to the generosity of a local farmer who rents a field from the Parish Council.

The fund usually has a £200 limit, but chairman Cllr Neal Yates recommended the full £639.60 should be approved which was fully supported by all Parish Counsellors.

“The money will be used for the benefit of residents’ children and the parish council is very happy to help support its local school,” said Cllr Yates.
“I’d also like to thank parish councillor Denise Kempton for her time in liaising with the school and helping establish the excellent relationship we have with them.”

Mr Card is very grateful for the support. He said: “We are delighted that the council has awarded the full amount needed so we can develop our Forest Schools provision. We are lucky to have a stimulating outdoor environment and we want to make best use of it – our children will be able to take part in outdoor learning whatever the weather.”

Camblesforth Community Primary Academy is part of Ebor Academy Trust, which operates 24 schools across Selby, York, the East Riding and The Humber and on the Yorkshire Coast.


Photo caption: Mr Dave Card, Head of School at Camblesforth Community Primary Academy receives a cheque for £639.60 to help develop the school’s outdoor provision from Cllr Neal Yates Chairman of Camblesforth Parish Council. Children Charlie and Isabel look on.