Burton Leonard Bowls Club vandalism and break-in

Between the 7th. & 9th. Burton Leonard Bowls Club suffered vandalism and break-in of equipment sheds. The locks on both the toilet were forced and have had to be replaced. The doors on the sheds were jemmied open after the padlocks were cut.( angle grinder??) New hasps and padlocks have now been fitted. The cost to the bowls club, when you include labour, is in excess of £220.
If you have any information or see anything suspicious on the sports field please report it to P.C. Matt Cockerill on the police 101 number, or tell a member of the sports field trust.

M. Scott
Burton Leonard Bowls Club.

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Good afternoon All

Been asked to put out a gentle reminder about the Parish Council Meeting tonight starting at 7:30 prompt.

Update to Massive increase in Heavy Goods Traffic destined for Scotton driving through Burton Leonard.

I received a telephone call earlier today from North Yorkshire Police Chief Constable’s Office. He informed me that due to a number of complaints and near misses reported on the roads from the A61 into Burton Leonard (Station Lane), and from Burton Leonard to Copgrove (Copgrove Road), the police will be monitoring all traffic approaching the village. He also suggested that the HGV traffic may well go on until mid August as the work was only half completed.

Please be mindful of speed limits on roads around the village and please spread the word.

Keith Townson

YOUR VILLAGE NEEDS YOU – Loxley’s Development

This is the end of the process, please attend the hearing to show your support in opposition of the development.  It will make a difference.  (Boisterous behaviour will go against us, please keep that till the end of the hearing!). The Hearing is to commence at 10:00 am on Wed 18th July 2018 at The Cairn Hotel Ripon Rd, Harrogate HG1 2JD.     Any questions please contact the Parish Council.

Scaffolding at the School

Just to let everyone know that the Parish Council has been concerned that the village green has been used without permission for scaffolding erection at the school. We are now in communication with NYCC to ensure that the essential work they carry out on the school bell tower, as it affects the village green will be carried out in a safe manner.  Also, that any remedial work needed for the green after the work has been completed will be carried out promptly.

It is estimated that the work will be completed by approximately 3rd August.

Keith Townson

Chairman

Burton Leonard Parish Council