THE NEXT MEETING OF THE COUNCIL WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY 2nd March 2017 at 7.00pm
in The School Hall, Little Weighton
The Agenda is posted on the Village Hall Notice-board
The Public and Press are invited to attend
Just to update you on the LW Surgery, this is the note sent from the surgery.
The last clinic at the village hall is next Wednesday 1st Feb. After this time patients should call the appointments line to book an appointment and
they will be offered Appts at Brough or south cave. We will be asking patients if they have transport issues and if this is the case we have
appointments on a Wednesday and a Friday from 11 am (at south cave) which will be for patients who need transport. There are 3 appointments on both the above days. Steve Howarth is arranging for volunteer drivers to be available for these 3 appointments to bring patients to south cave. We will be stressing that they are only for patients who haven't got other transport
With regards to prescriptions we are encouraging patients to sign up to the prescription delivery service which is a Tuesday in lw and patients will be able to specify which week they want to be on. Alternatively some patients may decide to nominate a new pharmacy on their route to work or elsewhere.
Posters were going up this week and Steve howarth is going to publicise the
transport service he is setting up.
THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL
ORDER UNDER SECTION 21 OF THE TOWN POLICE CLAUSES ACT 1847
FOR THE PREVENTION OF OBSTRUCTION ON HIGHWAYS
FERRIBY 10 MILE ROAD RUNNING RACE VARIOUS ROADS IN SKIDBY, LITTLE WEIGHTON, RIPLINGHAM, ROWLEY, RAYWELL & EPPLEWORTH
On 19 January 2017 The East Riding of Yorkshire Council made a regulation under Section 21 of the Town Police Clauses Act 1847 which will be operative from 09.30 hours to 13.30 hours on 29 January 2017. The effect of the regulation will be:-
To prohibit any person from causing or permitting any vehicle to proceed along the following lengths of road:-
Beverley Road, Skidby – between the junctions with Westfield Road, Eppleworth & Main Street, Skidby
Main Street, Skidby – the whole extent
Little Weighton Road, Skidby – the whole extent
Skidby Road, Little Weighton – the whole extent
Old Village Road, Little Weighton – the whole extent
White Gap Road, Little Weighton – the whole extent
Common Road, Rowley – between the junctions with White Gap Road, Little Weighton & Welton Road, Rowley/Westoby Lane, Riplingham /Steep Hill to Riplingham Road, South Cave
Westoby Lane, Riplingham – the whole extent
Riplingham Road, Rowley – extending from the junction with Westoby Lane, Riplingham/Lambwell Hill, Riplingham to the continuation of Riplingham Road, Raywell
Riplingham Road, Raywell – continuing from Riplingham Road, Rowley to the junction with Westfield Road, Raywell
Westfield Road, Raywell – the whole extent
Westfield Road, Eppleworth – the whole extent
The Regulation will not extend to emergency vehicles.
These closures will rolling road closures as the race progresses
The Regulation may be examined during normal office hours from the date of this Notice until 29 January 2017, at Cottingham Customer Service Centre, Civic Hall, Market Green, Cottingham HU16 5QG, and Beverley Customer Service Centre, Cross Street, Beverley HU17 9BA. Normal office hours are Monday to Friday 1000 hours to 1600 hours.
Dated 19th day of January 2017
Head of Legal and Democratic Services
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council will, on request, provide this document in Braille, audio or large print format.
If English is not your first language and you would like a translation of this document, please telephone 01482 393939.
BLUE BIN RECYCLING
THE BLUE RECYCLING BIN CAN BE USED BY THE PUBLIC. THIS IS SITUATED AT THE REAR OF THE BLACK HORSE PUBLIC HOUSE.
PLEASE ‘DO NOT’ USE ANY OTHER BINS ON THIS SITE, AS THESE ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE PUB, WHICH THEY ARE CHARGED FOR, AS TRADE REFUSE COLLECTIONS.
We have been asked by the East Riding Community Partnership Officer to circulate the following warning from the police. Please raise awareness of this in our community.
Police want to make people aware of an attempted fraud that has been brought to the attention of officers in the last 24 hours. The scam involves people receiving a telephone call from someone claiming to be a police officer informing them they have been victims of a theft from their bank account and asking that they provide their bank details over the telephone.
The common thread between all of the incidents, of which so far approximately seven have been reported to the police across Hull and East Yorkshire, is that the number ringing the potential victim is withheld. The caller has claimed to be a Chief Inspecter from Driffield Police Station and state they have the lodger of the victim in police custody. They explain that the lodger has a copy of the victim's bank card and that funds have been withdrawn from their accounts. The caller has then asked for full bank details so that they can check if any funds have been withdrawn.
In all cases so far the targets of this attempt fraud have been elderly people.
In one of the cases reported yesterday (Wednesday 04 March) the call was marginally different, with the caller again claiming to be a Chief Inspector but this time they stated their bank account had been compromised and that the person needed to withdraw all of their funds in cash.
It is not believed that anyone has yet fallen for this scam or handed over any money but police are keen to ensure people are aware of it and remain vigilant.
Detective Inspector Matthew Peach said: "These incidents would appear to be linked and on each occasion so far the person being targeted is elderly.
"I would like to advise residents to be wary of anyone calling them regarding bank details that all might not be as is suggested.
"Nobody should ever give out any bank details or personal details over the telephone and nor should anybody transfer any money to anyone unless it is a transaction they are absolutely sure of.
"The police would absolutely never request bank details from a member of the public.
"I want people to be aware of this latest scam and I would ask that family and friends of any elderly or particularly vulnerable people to make sure they are made aware of this and check they have not already been contacted."
Anyone who thinks they may have received a call along these lines is urged to report it to police on the non-emergency number 101 referring to log 369 of 05 March 2015.
Niki Mitchell (works part time - Monday - Thursday)
Force Communications Officer Corporate Communications
Humberside Police, Priory Road Police Station, Priory Road, Hull, HU5 5SF
Phone: 01482 578391 ext 6372 at Priory Rd
Within the following pages there is information that it is hoped will be of interest and also inform you of the activities of the Parish Council, its associated committees, procedures and information of organisations in and around the village.
Please do not hesitate to contact The Clerk or any Councillors in regard to any issue on which you may require further information
Rowley Parish Council was established in ,,,,,,,. There are 10 Councillors across three wards in Little Weighton, Bentley and Riplingham.
The Council is an elected tier of local government. The "Parish" refers to the boundaries of Rowley that we serve.
We are local people here to serve the Community. We are here to help and to improve our village. We also have funds to support community projects.
We hold Parish Council meetings on the first Thursday of each month. Please see the notice boards for further details. Feel free to come along and have your say. There is a 10 minute "public forum" for you to air your views. Or contact a Parish Councillor if you want an issue to be discussed by the Parish Council.
Your views really do matter. Give us a call, email us or come along to the Parish Council Meetings.. Check out our notice board outside the Village Hall.
We would also like to hear from individuals, local groups, organisations, traders and businesses,as we are keen to work in partnership serving the Community.
We are also keen to expand the website and can provide links for local organisations and businesses please contact us for further details.
For information relating to planning applications in Rowley please submit your enquiry on the Contact page,
If you would like to advertise your business on the Local Businesses page, could you please contact the Parish Clerk. If you have a website, the advert could link to your site.
This new parish website site is still under development. If you wish your organisation to be included in the Village Life section, could you please contact the Parish Clerk for a template.
The site needs images of the villages and village life. If you have any and would be willing to have them displayed on the site could you pass them to any member of the council. Many thanks to Steve Christmas for providing the current images.