Nomination papers must be delivered BY HAND to the Returning Officer at North Yorkshire Council, Civic Centre, Stone Cross, Rotary Way, Northallerton, DL6 2UU between 10 am and 4 pm on any working day from the date of publication of
Police are investigating recent vandalism to St. Martins church in Seamer. Gravestones have been pushed over at the rear of the church. Also the leaded windows have been broken with what appears to be air rifle pellets breaking the glass.
Instead of Mondays, The Stokesley Community bus now picks on FRIDAYS at approximately 10.10 am and returns at approximately 12 noon. If you wish to use this facility then please contact The Stokesley Community Care Association office on 01642 710085
Monday 12th June10 – 10.30 am until 12 pm Pop In – Seamer Village Hall Following on from last year’s successful event your Local Community Police Officer will again be visiting the Monday Morning Pop In at the Village HallPlease
I have been made aware of door to door scams being conducted in Seamer and neighbouring villages. The scam takes the form of a door to door salesman with a young man offering items from his sports bag for sale.
Your Parish Council Urgently needs your help Can you spare approx. 8-10 hours per month? Do you want to help your community? Do you have experience in an admin role or are keen to learn? Seamer Parish Council urgently needs
Great Ayton and Stokesley in Hambleton has seen the highest rise in burglaries. In 2020-21 there were just seven break-ins, compared to 37 last year – a 428.6% increase. Read more about this on https://www.examinerlive.co.uk/news/local-news/10-yorkshire-neighbourhoods-your-home-24631252?IYA-reg=d213a697-f2e8-424e-88d4-e9dd88d6f125 Article courtesy of the Examiner
STOKESLEY Library will close this year unless more volunteers come forward to help run it, a group has warned.
The centre is one of 21 in North Yorkshire that is due to be handed over to the community in spring this year, after the county council announced it could no longer afford to operate them due to budget cuts.
Walter Pattison, of Seamer, near Stokesley, was given an MBE for services to disabled people in the North-east of England.
David and Christine Campy are driving from Seamer, near Stokesley, to Milan to help distribute donations from local people.
Their trip was inspired after reading emails from former Stokesley Circuit Methodist Minister, the Rev Daniel Pratt Morris-Chapman, who relocated to Milan in August after spending a year working in North Yorkshire.
Part of his remit is to work with refugees in the area who are waiting to be repatriated to other areas of the European Union or back to their original country.