Category Archives: Low Catton
I am pleased to confirm that the builders rubble that was fly tipped on Church Lane, Low Catton has been cleared. Prior To Removal Well done ERYC.
A vast quantity of builders rubble has been fly tipped on Church Lane, Low Catton. I have requested ERYC to deal with the fly tipping at the earliest opportunity.
This months cover of The Link magazine is a wonderful commemoration of WW1 The Link is a highly respected monthly magazine covering High Catton, Leppington, Low Catton, Scorely, Scrayingham and Stamford Bridge. Well done to The Link team for providing … Continue reading
With two bollards flattened and one worse for wear the Cattons junction to Stamford Bridge is in need of safety maintenance. I have requested ERYC undertake safety maintenance at the junction at the earliest opportunity.
I can confirm that the owners of the Low Catton peacocks have now been identified. It appears they brought a muster of five to the village, three are now dead and two continue to plaque villagers. Indeed this morning I … Continue reading
About six weeks ago two peacocks arrived Low Catton which don’t appear to belong to anyone. They are spending their time in residents gardens and driving dogs to distraction. As numerous villagers do not like the peacocks I have requested … Continue reading
At my surgery yesterday a resident raised the issue of the vibration that is experienced driving from Long Lane, Low Catton to Wilberfoss on the A1079. Having driven the route this morning I can confirm that the observation is correct … Continue reading
I am pleased to see the pot holes on Low Catton Road have now been repaired. Well done ERYC.
The run off at the junction of Low Catton, High Catton and Stamford Bridge is in need of maintenance. I believe consideration also needs to be given to maintenance of further run offs and pot holes on the Low Catton … Continue reading
Following on from The Cattons Pot Holes: Job Ticket Raised I am delighted to say that a number of potholes along Broad Lane and Main Street Low Catton have been repaired. I would like to thank Paul Bellotti, ERYC Interim Director of Environment … Continue reading