County Lines – North Yorkshire Police Campaign

County Lines is a police campaign which aims to raise awareness of a criminal activity. This is when criminals from major cities expand their drug networks to small market towns. This campaign is a foremost priority for North Yorkshire Police and information from members of the public is invaluable in helping us safeguard vulnerable people, disrupt criminal activity and bring the suspects to justice. We therefore ask members of the public to call in with any information about suspicious activity in your area. For further information please visit the North Yorkshire Police website.

https://northyorkshire.police.uk/what-we-do/tackling-crime/county-lines-drug-dealing/

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Melsonby Christmas Carol Service 2018

Come and join us for a festive singalong – there will be:

A warming drink and nibbles

Musicians and Singers

Children’s Creative Christmas Tree Decoration Competition

Live Music and Lyrics

Date: 24th December 2018

Time: 17:30 to 18:30

At: St James the Great Church

All proceeds going to the St James Church Flush Fund 

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Come and join The Station Singers

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October 2018 Crime Report

Crime Report October 2018

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September 2018 Crime Report

crime bulletin September 2018

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Drivers Wanted at Garget Walker House Day Centre

Garget Walker House Day Centre is a registered charity based in Richmond that’s cares for people with Dementia.

They urgently need new volunteer drivers to help transport people with dementia to and from Garget Walker House Day Centre in Richmond.

Volunteers use their own vehicle and receive 45p per mile. The dates you can drive will be your choice.

For further information please contact Kay at Stokesley office 01642 710190 or Liz from Friends of Garget Walker House in Richmond on 01748 825832. Meetings can be arranged locally to you.

 

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Can I get a Disability Related Reduction in my Council Tax?

If you or someone in your home is living with a disability, you will understand the extra strain that this can sometimes cause, financially.

The disabled band reduction aims to support those living in a larger property than they would need if they were not disabled.

A applicant must meet the requirements, these are outlined and further information on the RDC website.

https://selfservice.richmondshire.gov.uk/renderform.aspx?t=1167&k=F3BADF7E96EF074EC69914B15B282AB0BCCC3534

 

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