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Author Archives: andystrangeway
The photo below of the Stamford Bridge Church Corner Grass shows ruts left by the Openreach van. More worrying is that the driver compounded his felony by throwing salt from the nearby gritting bin into the ruts. I have request … Continue reading
My January surgery will be held in the Wilberfoss Community Centre between 09.30 and 11.30 on Saturday 20 January. Wilberfoss and Pocklington Provincial residents are invited to ask questions, raise concerns or share their views.
A £20,000 inital scheme to upgrade the Pavement was such a disaster I requested a site meeting with ERYC Engineer Jenny Crabb who designed the scheme. When it became apparent that Jenny had ‘lost the plot’, I attempted to calm her … Continue reading
ERYC have confirmed that they have cut the vegetation back which obstructed the A1079 sign at the Wilberfoss West junction. Pre Cut Back Well done ERYC.
“I can advise that arrangements will be made to deal with any actionable damage to the verge over-run and the request to consider kerbing has been noted should funding become available for this type of work.” Well done ERYC.
Following on from Pocklington Footpaths – Gritting and Snow Clearing Failure I now share more information into the failings of Pocklington Town Council (PTC). I will start with the precept charged to Pocklington residents for that which PTC spend. As we … Continue reading
Once again residents are contacting me due to the failure of Pocklington Town Council to grit and clear snow from Pocklington footpaths. Pocklington Town Council Clerk Gordon Scaife One resident typified how residents are let down: “Once again the footpaths … Continue reading
On Wednesday a young gentleman, while riding his scooter in the dark, hit a pot hole at the Givendale junction with the A166. There are indeed two pot holes. The gentleman, a Pocklington resident, was thrown from his Scooter which … Continue reading
I am appalled to learn that Pocklngton Town Council have proposed a cycle path through the cemetery. The cemetery is a place for quiet contemplation and for the burying of loved ones. It must never be a short cut for … Continue reading
As the road markings for the Sutton Upon Derwent bus stop have seen better days I have requested ERYC repaint them.