Ampleforth and District Historical Society

Mr Ken Braithwaite is giving a talk on “The Drover’s Road”. Tuesday 13th July in Ampleforth Village Hall at 7-30pm. £3 entry including refreshments. Ken’s latest book will be on sale. More details from Jeanette Green 01439788824. All subject to current restrictions being lifted.

Gardening Club Plant Sale

Ampleforth and District Gardening Club are holding their annual Plant Sale on Saturday 22nd May at 10 am in Ampleforth Village Hall Car Park.

Temporary Road Closure – St Hilda’s Walk

PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE NOTIFICATION – 00028526 – St. Hilda’s Walk, Ampleforth

The Closure will be in place for a period of 10 days between 11th March 2021 and 31st March 2021

The Road Closure and any associated Diversion Routes can be viewed using this URL link https://one.network/?tm=120618272

Regards

North Yorkshire County Council

Next Parish Council Meeting

The next Parish Council meeting will take place on Thursday 6th May 2021. This will begin with the Annual Parish Meeting @ 6.45pm, followed by the Annual Meeting of the Council. This will be a remote meeting and will take place via Zoom. Please see a copy of the agenda for a link to the access the meeting.

Ampleforth and District Historical Society – latest news

On behalf of new chairman, Rod Moreton, the club wishes to inform supporters that due to the Covid-19 Pandemic the activities of the club are currently postponed. It is hoped to resume activities in Spring 2021.

Ampleforth Community Support

The Parish Council in conjunction with the local Churches is setting up a Good Neighbour network to provide some local support during the Coronavirus emergency.

Leaflets have been distributed with contact details. These are:

Jon & Pam Staton 788 668 pam.staton@btinternet.com

Chris & Rosalie Wilding 788 204 roswilding@icloud.com

Sue & Jon Shepherd 788 993 jon@sueandjon.net

For pastoral suport, please contact:

Revd Catherine Reid 788 867 or 07947 867974 CRcatherinreid@gmail.com

Fr Bede 766 819 bede@ampleforth.org.uk

Please be patient. This is an unusual situation and all of us are having to change our way of living.