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Welcome to the website of Yapham cum Meltonby Parish Council.

Keep checking regularly to find out about events, local businesses and community groups, check planning applications, read the council minutes and generally keep in touch with what is going on in your parish. You can also check the dates of the parish council meetings and come along to the open forum.  If you would like to give us feedback or ask any questions, please do so using the contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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Yapham cum Meltonby Parish Council

www.yaphamcummeltonby.co.uk

 

Clerk: Sadie Rothwell-Inch, Neann Croft, Seaton Ross, YORK, YO42 4LT Tel.01759 319122

Provisional dates for future scheduled parish council meetings are:

Nov 12th 2019, Dec 10th 2019, Jan 14th 2020, Feb 11th 2020, Mar 10th 2020

 

Dear Councillor,

A meeting of Yapham cum Meltonby Parish Council will be held on Tuesday 10th December 2019 in the Village Hall, Yapham at 7.30pm. If you are unable to attend, would you please contact me so that I can record your apologies. Members of the public are welcome to attend the meeting and may address the council during the Public Participation period. An agenda for the meeting is shown below.

Yours sincerely,                                                                                                                                            

 

Sadie Rothwell-Inch, clerk to the council.                               AGENDA

159/19 Welcome and Apologies

160/19 To receive Declarations of Interest

161/19 To resolve that the meeting is temporarily suspended to allow for a period of Public Participation

162/19 To adopt the minutes of the meeting held on 12th November 2019 as a true record

163/19 To receive the clerk's report on matters being progressed from previous meetings.

 

164/19 To consider the possibility of new road signs in Feoffe Lane to deter heavy goods vehicles:

 

165/19 To consider insurance costs 2020/21

 

166/19 To consider the precept

 

167/19To consider possible grants and projects.

 

168/19 To discuss the lawnmower

 

169/19 To plan VE Day celebrations

 

170/19 To discuss village seat process for additional name plates                                                                                                                                                                                                           

171/19 Accounts: The bank balance –

To approve the payment: Clerk's salary for November - £139.43                                                                                 

                                                                                               

172/19 To note correspondence (see below)

 

1173/19 Councillors reports      

 

158/19 Date of next meeting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Correspondence:

 

 

 

Autela

 

18th Nov

PC Payroll November

   

ERNLLCA

 

7th Nov

Scam

21st Nov

NALC Smaller Councils Committee

21st Nov

Consultation: Strengthening police powers to tackle unauthorised encampments

   
   

ERYC Planning

 

18th Nov

Planning consultation for 19/03764/STVAR - Bellway

25th Nov

Non-compliance with planning

25th Nov

ERYC & Hull  Joint Minerals Local Plan 2016-2033

28th ov

Non-compliance with planning

   
   

ERYC Rural Services

 

19th Nov

The Rural Bulletin - 19th Nov 2019

   

Inurance

 

2nd Dec

RRADAR services - welcome letter

3rd Dec

Came and Co - Insurance renewal

   

Misc

 

28th Nov

Online Accounts

   

Police / Police & crime commissioner

 

20th Nov

Police newsletter

 

 

 

   
   
   
   

 

 

 

 

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Keep your keys and vehicles safe and don’t be a “2 in 1” Victim

The term “2 in 1 burglary” is used when there are two offences in one, for example when vehicle keys have been stolen in order for offenders to take a car/van from outside a property.

These crimes have usually been committed overnight and often the offenders have gained access to a house by forcing entry or by even using cat flaps and letter boxes to put an instrument into the house to unhook car keys from key hangers near to doors.

Here are some simple security measures that can be taken:

  • Keep all keys safe and out of sight. Never hang them near to doors where they could be taken through a letterbox or near an open window.
  •  Never leave house or car keys in an obvious place like a handbag or key cupboard.
  • If you’ve got a garage, use it rather than leaving your vehicle on the driveway or the roadside.  Always ensure that your garage is locked too.
  • Always keep your vehicle locked and secured. If your car doesn't have an alarm/immobilizer then consider getting one fitted.
  • Consider extra security such as a steering wheel lock. (Steering locks and gear level locks are often all that is needed to deter a thief as they simply don't want the hassle of breaking in and trying to get them undone.)
  • Never leave any property in your car or van when it is unattended. It takes criminals seconds to smash a window and grab something.
  • There is also a growing trend for work vans to be targeted and broken into, so keep valuable tools in your home overnight or at work.

It is clear that offenders are looking at locations and vehicles prior to coming back to commit the crimes. This could simply be someone looking around an area during the day, someone pretending to do door to door sales, or someone coming to your home on another pretext.

So, if you get a “cold caller” ask yourself:

  • Is the caller coming to my home in any way suspicious?
  • Is the caller paying attention to my car or asking me questions about it?

If so, give Humberside Police a call on the Non Emergency number 101 to report your concerns.

If you’re selling your vehicle via a newspaper, a magazine or a website, remember that you’ll get callers coming to your home looking at your vehicle. If you do, do they seem legitimate? If in doubt, and can do so safely, get a description of the people who come to look at the car and, just as importantly, details of any vehicle they came in.

 If you’ve got any doubts, then let us know!

Please see the attached link with some guidance about doorstep callers and how to be safe and secure.

http://www.humberside.police.uk/scams/doorstep-callers

East Riding Council can also be contacted if you believe such persons are acting in your area. You can also contact ERYC in relation to making your area a no cold calling zone

Yorswitch Heating Oil

Humber and Wolds Rural Community Council ( HWRCC) are working in partnership with East Riding of Yorkshire Council to deliver a bulk buying scheme for heating oil. The scheme aims to save members money by bringing communities together to make the most of their bulk buying power. For more information visit the HWRCC website

Council Tax Reductions

Are you disabled and need to use a wheelchair in your home? Or perhaps you are caring for a disabled person? Did you know there are council tax reductions available?For more information click here.

Medibus

Do you have trouble arranging transport for hospital or medical appointments ? Try Medibus for a pre-booked door-to-door service. For more information call 03456 44 59 59  or click here.

Reporting Potholes or damage to roads and pavements

If you see potholes or damage to roads or pavements you can report it directly to East Riding of Yorkshire Council by clicking here.

Fly Tipping

Fly tipping is the unauthorised dumping of waste on land which is not licensed to receive waste. If you want to report fly tipping or would like to know how to dispose of waste please click on this link.

Anyone from the local area who wishes to grow fruit and vegetables should contact the Association to apply or request further information.  Please click here for the 'contact us' facility on the Association's website

Les Smith and Steve Parry from Yapham Cricket Club have set up a blog about the history of the Club

Please take a look by clicking here and, if possible, contribute to help build a living record of the club

 

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