THE ANNUAL PARISH MEETING WILL TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY 16TH APRIL 2019 AT 7PM in the Village hall.
In recent weeks there has been damage to the Sports Pavilion, the drain at the back has been blocked with various items, an edging cap has been removed from the gable end and panels removed from the toilet block roof. It is unclear who is responsible though sometimes groups of children gather in the area. This may be thought of as a victimless crime but we are all paying for the repairs through our Council Tax precept.
If you see anyone causing damage in or around the Pavilion/Play ground area, please report it to the Police by ringing 101 or report it online at: https://northyorkshire.police.uk/do-it-online/report-it/
The below has received from the National Trading Standards Scam Team:
Fraud police receive 100+ reports of new council tax scam – what to look out for
13th March 2019
Criminals are trying to trick victims into handing over their financial details by claiming they’re owed a council tax refund – here’s what to watch out for.
Action Fraud, the national fraud and cyber crime reporting centre, says there has been over 100 reports from people getting an email which claims to come from the ‘Council Tax & Payroll Service’
This scam has been highlighted on moneysavingexpert.com
At the time when council tax bills for the coming year are being distributed, please be aware of this scam
Following concerns of crossing the A629 at the junction with Ings Lane which were highlighted in the consultation for the Neighbourhood Plan and a public meeting held in October 2017, Bradleys Both Parish Council has been working with the local authority to improve the situation, especially for pedestrians trying to access the bus stops.
We are pleased to announce that work is due to start in March 2019 to install one traffic island and a pedestrian island at the junction of the A629/Ings Lane. Funding the work, which will cost £15,000, has been raised jointly by Bradleys Both Parish Council, North Yorkshire County Council and the Police, Fire & Crime Commissioners Office.
Most of the work will be carried out overnight and is expected to be finished by 31st March 2019.
Bradleys Both Parish Council would like to thank North Yorkshire County Council, the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner’s Office and especially District Cllr Patrick Mulligan and Ward Cllr Andy Brown for their contributions to this important safety issue.
Police in North Yorkshire are working to reunite hundreds of suspected stolen animals with their rightful owners.
More than 400 animals – including dogs, sheep, goats, rabbits, turkeys, ducks and chickens – have been seized as part of the investigation, and are being looked after in secure locations.
Please follow the below link to an official press release which includes photographs of the animals in questions and details of how to contact NYP if you can assist with their enquiries:
Craven District Council street cleansing team will be in Bradley week commencing 15th October 2018