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Category Archives: Stamford Bridge
For reasons unknown for the past month or so a cable has hung from the hedge of the Advant site in Stamford Bridge into the manhole below. As residents have raised concerns about this I have requested ERYC to take … Continue reading
As a hedge on Main Street, Stamford Bridge has encroached over the footpath I have requested ERYC to action the required maintenance.
ERYC have stated: “I can confirm that a street cleansing team will be deployed to clear the leaves from the footpath on Church Road, Stamford Bridge, at the earliest opportunity.” I am sure this will include the soil as well. Well … Continue reading
The Old Station Club Woodland, Stamford Bridge appears to be in need of some maintenance. Not only is it a little overgrown but I am also informed one of the trees has Dutch Elm Disease. I have requested ERYC to … Continue reading
Last Saturday I attended another fantastic event in Stamford Bridge. We enjoyed the Vikings, a beer festival and the Spear Pie competition. Rich Clark, Chair of Stamford Bridge Parish Council and myself were asked to judge the Spear Pie competition … Continue reading
The encroachment onto the footpath on Church Road, Stamford Bridge with soil etc is becoming an issue for residents as some are being forced onto the busy road. I have requested ERYC clean the footpath back to the wall.
On the Pocklington to Stamford Bridge road four to five safety bollards have been damaged south of the Wilberfoss/Yapham junction. I have requested ERYC to replace the bollards at the earliest opportunity.
A lovely stroll starting and finishing at a tea shop in Stamford Bridge. What a fantastic idea. Well done all those involved.
Stamford Bridge residents have raised concerns about the sunken manholes on Battleflats Way. Ox Close Junction They appear not to have been lifted when the road was resurfaced. Daneswell Close Junction I have requested ERYC to undertake any necessary action.
A very special event.