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Allerthorpe Golf Club – New Owners

 It was brought to the Parish Council’s attention some months back that Park Leisure 2000 Ltd were looking to withdraw their investment from Allerthorpe Golf Club.

Due diligence was carried on the site out by new interested parties and Heidi Beattie of Park Leisure has confirmed that as of 13 March 2020 Allerthorpe Golf and Country Park Limited are the new owners under directorship of Matthew Knowles.

 A meeting has been requested between the Parish Council, Matthew Knowles and East Yorkshire Riding Council with the aim to initiate a positive relationship from the outset.

 As soon as we have any further news the Parish Council will provide an update.

Village Hall closed

Due to the Coronavirus, the Village Hall is closed from 23rd March 2020, until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, but know you will understand that we have to play our part in making sure we all keep safe and well. If you need any further information, please contact Jane Smith at the following email address- clerk.allerthorpe_pc@btinternet.com.

Coronavirus Outbreak Assistance

A group of people in Allerthorpe are setting up a help scheme for residents of Allerthorpe and Waplington.

If you need help such as picking up shopping, posting mail, urgent supplies, a friendly phone call, then email Jane Smith on: jkdsmith@icloud.com or call 01759 740198

Leave a message and a contact number and Jane will get back to you as soon as possible

If you are willing to help please contact Jane at the above contact details. Jane will act as coordinator matching up helpers with those in need.

Coronavirus is contagious. Please take every precaution to keep yourself safe. Avoid physical contact (2 meters distance). Wash your hands regularly. Items should be left on your doorstep.

Daffy Cafe Fundraiser

A huge thank you to everyone who supported Daffy Cafe on Saturday 14th March.

We had gorgeous cakes and savouries baked, most generous donations given, daffodils bought and a lovely chat and catch up with all our visitors. A special thank you must go to Betty Lambert who allowed us to pick from her field of beautiful daffodils.

You all raised an amazing £450 for Marie Curie and Allerthorpe Hall Extension Fund.

Allerthorpe Christmas Fair

Thank you to everyone who supported the Christmas Fair.  This may have been from buying a tree, wreath, attending the wreath workshop or joining us on the day to peruse the stalls and share a glass of mulled wine. 

Your generosity raised an amazing £2567 for Marie Curie and the Allerthorpe Village Hall extension fund. 

Police & Crime Commissioner

The day-to-day activities of Keith Hunter, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside can be found at :
http://www.humberside-pcc.gov.uk/Home.aspx

Savvy Online

Are you savvy online?

Perhaps not as streetwise online as you would like to be or think you are?
The National Fraud Agency is launching a new campaign, Cyber Streetwise, to help give us all some essential tips to improve our performance online and help keep important stuff safe. You can read more about the campaign at www.cyberstreetwise.com.

We are supporting the campaign to help get us all be a bit more streetwise online. Believe it or not most of the population are not doing enough to protect themselves! This is a medium/long term campaign so you can help by raising awareness of the website and the key tips below to your members at a time convenient to you.

Adopting a few simple online behaviours can help keep you and your family safer

  • Use strong, memorable passwords.
  • Install anti-virus software on new devices.
  • Check privacy settings on social media.
  • Shop safely online – always ensure online retail sites are secure.
  • Download software and apply patches when prompted.
  • Do have a look at the website, www.cyberstreetwise.com.

RSPB – Give Nature a Home

Calling local farmers and landowners
Nature conservation charity, the RSPB, would love to hear from local farmers and land managers in who are interested in helping nature thrive on their land.
The Yorkshire Wolds and Coast is one of the best places for wildlife in the UK and has huge potential to provide even more homes for important farmland birds, as well as other animals from butterflies and bees to hares and hedgehogs.
As a result, RSPB conservation advisor Chris Tomson is offering free advice and support to anyone in the area who wants to manage their land in a more wildlife-friendly way.
As well as advice, the RSPB is also offering farmers in the Yorkshire Wolds and Coast area free farmland bird surveys. These stock takes will show what wildlife makes its home on a farm and, when repeated at a later date, will reveal how a farmer’s efforts are producing real results for wildlife.
Farmers interested in chatting to Chris about giving nature a home on their land can call him on 07900 164 601 or email him at chris.tomson@rspb.org.uk.

Dog Fouling

Dog fouling is offensive and unhealthy. Not only is it a nuisance causing soiled shoes and clothing, but it can also cause serious diseases caused by the roundworm Toxocara.
It is an offence under the Dogs (Fouling of Land) Act 1996 not to clean up after your dog if it fouls. If you are caught you will receive a fixed penalty notice of £75, which if not paid, could result in possible prosecution where the maximum penalty then is £1000.
It is the responsibility of ALL of us to challenge any dog owner that we see in the street not cleaning up after their dog
When your dog has done its business…
Do yours!
Pick up after your dog.

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