Category Archives: Stamford Bridge
Parked vehicles on Viking Road, Stamford Bridge, opposite the Dentist and just beyond the Doctors is forcing vehicles onto the wrong side of the road when going up the hill. This is proving dangerous as vehicles are coming down the … Continue reading
The pot hole on the footpath north of St Edmonds, Stamford Bridge on the A166 that had swallowed a shoe has now been filled with tarmac. Prior To Repair Well done ERYC.
For reasons unknown there are no signs welcoming motorists to Stamford Bridge highlighting the Battle of Stamford Bridge similar to those for Fulford. I have requested ERYC to advise as to the process to erecting similar signs for Stamford Bridge.
My March surgery will be held in the Methodist Church meeting room, Stamford Bridge on Saturday 23 March, 09.00 t0 11.00. Stamford Bridge and Pocklington Provincial residents are invited to ask questions, raise concerns or share their views. Residents are … Continue reading
Residents have drawn to my attention how the grass verge on Godwinsway, Stamford Bridge is being destroyed by a van parking on it. I have requested ERYC to put a simple bollard at the location and to then make the … Continue reading
I am pleased to confirm that ERYC will address the woodwork on the Citizenlink building in Stamford Bridge. Well done ERYC.
After several months, and at least seven attempts, contractors today replaced the noisy grate on Roman Avenue South, Stamford Bridge with a new one. At 11.00 this morning “debate” took place with residents, contractors, ERYC Officers and myself. The result … Continue reading
On my way to attend the Barmby Moor Parish Council meeting on Thursday I was amazed how dark the Main Street was. Hall Sprout A visit to investigate on Friday morning revealed why. As can be seen from the photo … Continue reading
I am pleased to see that the Church Road footpath, Stamford Bridge has been cleaned. I await to hear from ERYC regards a request that consideration is given to building a low wall at the bottom of the bank to … Continue reading