Friday 9th November, 10.50am at the War Memorial, Sutton Park
Friday 9th November, 10.50am at the War Memorial, Sutton Park
The beacon at Crag Nook Delph will be lit to commemorate -"Battle's Over - A Nation's Tribute and WW1 Beacons of Light" at 7pm on 11th November 2018.
7.00pm Battle’s Over - WWI Beacons of Light
Later that day, after darkness has fallen, more than 1,000 Beacons of Light will be lit throughout the United Kingdom, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and UK Overseas Territories, with the first of these Beacons being lit at Westminster Abbey, London, that evening.
This is a commemoration inspired by a comment made on 3rd August 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Grey. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas were being lit along London’s Mall when he remarked to a friend, “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”
Our country was about to be plunged into the darkness of the First World War, and it would be four long years before Britain and Europe would again experience the light of peace.
In remembrance of the end of the war and the millions who were killed or came home dreadfully wounded, Beacons of Light will be lit around the country at 7pm on 11th November 2018.
The event will also commemorate the huge army of men and women on the home front who, often in dangerous and exhausting conditions, underpinned the war effort - keeping the wheels of industry turning and bringing home the harvests. The beacons will symbolise the light of hope that emerged from the darkness of war.
Officers will be in Sutton Park in the afternoon/evening of 27/9/18 offering crime
prevention advice & property marking.
Celebrating Sutton is an initiative that began with discussions involving some Sutton residents along with members of several key voluntary sector and statutory organisations including NYCC, NHS, Cross Hills Group Practice, Age UK, Carers’ Resource, Exclusively Inclusive and Yorkshire Housing. The purpose is to celebrate village life in Craven, beginning with Sutton, by focusing on what is strong about our community rather than what is wrong with it. We are looking at ways to bring people together to help reduce any feelings of loneliness and isolation and to promote wellbeing.
This questionnaire has been put together which we would love people who either live or work in Sutton to complete. We intend to use the information gained to highlight things that are already working in our community as well as finding ways together to improve things for our community as a whole and individuals who might feel lonely or isolated for any reason (be it mental ill-health, physical ill-health, older adulthood, disability, parenthood, shift work patterns, lack of work or meaningful opportunity, fear of crime, etc)
You can fill in this questionnaire anonymously but we would love to be able to make contact to look at how together we can do more of the good stuff and make improvements as needed.
To take part please click on the link below:
Temp Road Closure Bridge Road, Sutton in Craven 1 day 9th July for BT pole replacement
See below link to road closure information:
PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE NOTIFICATION - 16897 Bridge Road, Sutton in Craven
The Closure will be in place for a period of 1 day between 9th July 2018
The Road Closure and any associated Diversion Routes can be viewed using this URL link https://roadworks.org?tm=106049764
North Yorkshire County Council
The role of the Dog Warden for Craven District Council has now been absorbed into the Cleaner Neighbourhoods team. Any instance of dog fouling should be reported to them. They can be contacted via the Craven District Council website: www.cravendc.gov.uk. If you click on Services and then the Cleaner Neighbourhoods link.
BT are due to close the High Street, Sutton-in-Craven for one day, 7th June 2018 from 0930hrs to 1500hrs at the latest to replace a telegraph pole.
Residents from Sutton in Craven and the surrounding area have their chance to raise their concerns about policing or community safety issues when Julia Mulligan, elected Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, comes to Sutton in Craven on Thursday 21 June.
The appointment based surgeries will take place between 4.30pm, and 6.30pm at Sutton in Craven Village Hall, Main Street, BD20 7JD, giving residents the opportunity to raise personal or private issues, good or bad, on a one to one basis. Surgeries are by appointment only.
If you would like to book some time with Julia - or for further information about other Surgeries - please call 01423 569 562 or email [email protected]
Surgeries are organised around the county on different days and at different times; you do not necessarily have to go to the surgery closest to your home, but can choose the most convenient one.
For more information on advice surgeries, visit our website at:https://www.northyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk/events/sutton-in-craven-advice-surgery/
You can find out more about the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire by visiting www.northyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, 12 Granby Road, Harrogate, HG1 4ST
|Anthony Richard Alderson||Labour Party||177||Not elected|
|Stephen Spencer Place||Independent||623||ELECTED|
Stage Four of the 2018 race, taking place on Sunday May 6, will start at the Piece Hall in Halifax. The first of six categorised climbs comes on the Côte de Hebden Bridge. The race will head up the cobbled Main Street in Haworth before dropping into Goose Eye for the next punishing ascent.
Crossing from Brontë Country into Craven, the route heads through Sutton-in-Craven to Skipton and then the next climb is looming on Barden Moor. The action will then head into the Dales before the riders contest the first intermediate sprint in view of Kilnsey Crag.
The Côte de Park Rash will no doubt cement its place in Tour de Yorkshire folklore as the peloton grind their way up it, and the route continues on to Masham and then into Nidderdale before making a return to the formidable Côte de Greenhow Hill for the first time since 2016.
The undulating terrain never relents and shortly after passing through Otley the next categorised climb is on the cards at Otley Chevin. If that wasn't enough, the Côte de Black Hill Road must also be crested before the race sweeps into Leeds and reaches a rip-roaring conclusion on The Headrow - on exactly the same spot as where the Tour de France started in 2014.
The stage has been named 'The Yorkshire Terrier' and will cover 189.5km.
|Location||Expected race arrival||Expected rolling road closure|
1.09pm to 1.14pm
12.40pm to 1.40pm
1.18pm to 1.24pm
12.50pm to 1.50pm