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Next SurgeryWilberfoss Community Centre 09.30 to 11.30August 11th, 201820 days to go.
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My August surgery will be held in the Wilberfoss Community Centre between 09.30 and 11.30 on Saturday 11 August. Wilberfoss and Pocklington Provincial residents are invited to ask questions, raise concerns or share their views especially with regards Wilberfest.
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
Unfortunately the Wilberfoss flashing school light has once again started going off at the wrong times as such I requested ERYC to revisit the issue. ERYC have confirmed that “the street lighting team to check it again whilst they are … Continue reading
I can confirm that the pot holes on Millfield Close, Wilberfoss have been repaired.
I am pleased to confirm that The Paddock junction pot hole has finally been repaired.
I am pleased to confirm that the Library router which obstructed the emergency exit at Wilberfoss Community Centre is to be relocated. A senior ERYC officer has stated: “Thank you for kindly bringing to our attention the location of the recently … Continue reading
A router has been secured to the Wilberfoss Community Centre for the ERYC travelling library that visits weekly. Unfortunately the router prevents the emergency exit from full opening. I have requested ERYC ensure that the router is relocated at the … Continue reading
ERYC have confirmed that they will reset the flashing school light on Storking Lane to the appropriate time. Well done ERYC.
The Wilberfoss flashing school light on Storking Lane had an early start this morning at 06.45. I have requested ERYC to set the flashing light to the appropriate time.
I would like to thank ERYC for promptly dealing with my request to cut the grass further back to ensure good visibility at the Wilberfoss East junction. Well done ERYC.