Next Parish Council Meeting:
7.30pm Monday 6th March 2017 at Rufforth Village Institute.
The public are cordially invited to attend and contribute. If you have an issue for the Parish Council you
have the opportunity to raise it at the meeting.
Community Speed Watch
We are looking for volunteers in Rufforth and Knapton
to help reduce traffic speed by the use of hand held speed guns, If you are interested please contact the clerk by email:
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone:019014 738751
The defibrillator that is now installed outside the Rufforth Institute Hall. Anyone can have access to the
defibrillator by dialing 999 and giving the code on the cabinet.
Peter Rollings (Chairman of the Neighbourhood Plan Group) reported to the last Parish Council meeting. To find
out more see the new website at www.rufforth-knaptonplan.co.uk
The Parish Council
can announce more success in that Yorwaste have installed CCTV cameras at the site entrance to deter waste
HGV's passing through Rufforth. The latest planning application at Harewood Whin is addressing the HGV problem through
subject of dog fouling continues to blight the village . The most recent abuses relate to Hannam Lane. Residents using this
public footpath are reminded of their responsibilities with regard to clearing up after their dogs. Little
pink circles are appearing to identify where an offence has been committed.
Please be considerate to others.
Knapton Allotment Association:
Small plot (600sq ft) available
In good condition
Contact Keith Clarke, treasurer.
Access to Healthcare Project
There is £110.50 sitting in the Parish Council’s funds for access to healthcare.
If due to lack of your own transport or a bus service that doesn’t get you to a doctor’s/nurse’s appointment
anywhere near the time needed, then you could take a taxi, ask for a receipt and claim it back through this fund. It is open
to anyone in Rural West York. Please contact the Clerk if you wish to claim and have a valid receipt.
Stephanie Warden (Parish Clerk) Tel: 738751