Community Fund Update

Community Fund Update

The Community Fund (Seamer & Tame Bridge) has awarded a number of grants since its inception. Many of these projects are visible in the parish and have enhanced the village environment and endeavoured to improve road safety. Other projects, such as the provision of a defibrillator outside the village hall aim to provide emergency assistance for local residents and the wider community, as a part of the village’s wider social responsibility. For more information on the Community Fund and the grants awarded, please do take a look at the visual display and documentation on the noticeboard inside the village hall.

Design a Village Gateway Badge Competition: Results!

Design a Village Gateway Badge Competition: Results!

Thank you to the entrants who designed a badge to be included on the signage. We only received entries from Seamer residents and the independent panel of 5 judges were so impressed by the three entries shown that it was decided to submit common elements from each design to NYCC’s graphic design team, who will advise on the best way to take this forward and produce the final artwork. It is hoped that the badges will be ready to display on the village signage later this spring. Huge congratulations to the three talented winners: Viv Hyman, Christine Campy and Jo Batey, who each received a prize of a £25 voucher for Strikes Garden Centre.

Seamer Parish Community Fund

Seamer Parish Community Fund

The Community Fund (Seamer & Tame Bridge) has awarded a number of grants since its inception. Many of these projects are visible in the parish and have enhanced the village environment and endeavoured to improve road safety. Other projects, such as the provision of a defibrillator outside the village hall aim to provide emergency assistance for local residents and the wider community, as a part of the village’s wider social responsibility. For more information on the Community Fund and the grants awarded, please do take a look at the visual display and documentation on the noticeboard inside the village hall.