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Author Archives: andystrangeway
ERYC have confirmed that works are scheduled for Hagg Bridge, Sutton Upon Derwent. Initially this will involve: Securing the temporary orange barriers Refreshing the road markings including the SLOW markings When the Bridges department attend to repair the fence, if … Continue reading
ERYC have confirmed that they will replace the Market Street 20mph sign. Well done ERYC.
In recent weeks numerous residents have received parking tickets for not parking within the white lines on Railway Street. Indeed on one recent visit three vehicles in a row received parking tickets. These photos taken on Saturday show how four … Continue reading
My November surgery will be held in the Methodist Church meeting room, Stamford Bridge on Saturday 4 November, 09.30 t0 11.30. Stamford Bridge and Pocklington Provincial residents are invited to ask questions, raise concerns or share their views.
I was amused to listen to Conservative Councillor Felicity Temple inform members at Wednesdays Full Council how we should support the Taking a Stand Against Scams The Conservatives are paid the following from the ERYC budget. This is paid for by … Continue reading
Residents have raised concerns with regards the Windmill Meadows/Moorfield Lane junction in Wilberfoss. The junction is at the bottom of a hill, the view is obstructed by a hedge and it is also regularly obstructed by parked cars. I fully … Continue reading
Wilberfoss residents have raised concerns with regards the obstructing of the Wilberfoss A1079 west junction sign. I have requested ERYC to undertake a site visit to consider the cutting back of the vegetation.
The Stamford Bridge Community Choir entertain the audience with “Tale As Old As Time” from Beauty and the Beast in support of the Macmillan Cake Coffee and Choir fundraising evening at Stamford Bridge Infant School on 11th October 2017.
A couple of months ago ERYC repaired the road surface of the Storking Lane T junction in Wilberfoss. As some double yellow lines still exist it is unsure whether they need removing or new ones painting in. I have requested … Continue reading
Pocklington Post have this week published my reply to the letters in Pocklington Post – Letters Thursday 5 October.