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Next SurgeryMethodist Church meeting room, Stamford Bridge 09.30 to 11.30July 14th, 201822 days to go.
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Category Archives: Stamford Bridge
The hedge in Viking Road car park, Stamford Bridge is obstructing many of the parking bays facing the River Derwent. I have requested ERYC to cut the hedge back at the earliest opportunity.
It appears that rubbish, supplies and two toilets have been forgotten about in the Viking Road Car Park following recent resurfacing. As this is preventing five parking spaces being used I have requested ERYC to action the removal of the … Continue reading
When in use one of the three disabled parking bays in the Viking Road car park, Stamford Bridge is obstructing access to the footpath. Ironically especially for those in wheelchairs. I have requested ERYC to work closely with Stamford Bridge Parish … Continue reading
My July surgery will be held in the Methodist Church meeting room, Stamford Bridge on Saturday 14 July, 09.30 t0 11.30. Stamford Bridge and Pocklington Provincial residents are invited to ask questions, raise concerns or share their views.
I am pleased to confirm that the number 4 light on the footpath from School Close to the Primary School, Stamford Bridge is currently out.
When Burton Fields, Stamford Bridge was resurfaced the junction was not resurfaced. Yet when the A166 was recently resurfaced again the junction was not resurfaced. As the resurfacing of this junction appears not to have been included in either contract … Continue reading
The pot hole on the footpath outside the Stamford Bridge Village Hall on Low Catton Road is in need of repair. I have requested ERYC undertake the necessary repair.
The A166 bend ahead warning signs east of Stamford Bridge have seen better days and are now broken with some parts actually on the road. I have requested ERYC to replace the signs at the earliest opportunity.
I would like to thank all those who made this afternoons Stamford Bridge Summer Fair such a fantastic success. The event had a Hi-De-Hi theme. Stamford Bridge is blessed to have a balanced and hard-working Parish Council who are complimented … Continue reading