North Yorkshire County Council
Melsonby Methodist Primary School & North South Cowton Community Primary School
Proposal documentation initiating a six-week consultation period was issued early in January 2019.
Further copies of the letter and the essential details are available from either school.
The Consultation closing date and time for responses is 12.00 noon on Wednesday, 20th February 2019.
Meet your local North Yorkshire Police team.
Come and speak with your local officers and wildlife crime officers at the Mobile Police Office.
2 February 2019
22 February 2019
16 March 2019
7 April 2019
31 May 2019
15 June 2019
They will be in the following locations on the above dates.
10.00 am – Newsham
10.45 am – Gilling West
11.30 am – Melsonby
12.15 pm – Manfield
1.00 pm – Dalton
1.45 pm – Scorton
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The programme for 2019 can be seen on the Groups and Clubs page at 2019 programme
New members always welcome!
Stockton Riverside College Prince’s Trust Team in Richmond and Catterick have a 12 week course aimed to maximise employability for young people in the area (16-25 year olds). The next course starts on the 14th January, and is currently recruiting young people. For further information please contact Christopher Barnes – Prince’s Trust Team Leader on: 01642 248 704 or 07436795882.
A new online consultation service could revolutionise the way patients across Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby areas receive medical advice from their GP.
NHS Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is using digital technology to bring choice to patients who want to consult online, in many cases avoiding the need to make a visit to the practice altogether.
Eight practices across the area have expressed an interest in trialling the service for 12 months and three practices (with a combined patient population of almost 27,500) have already “gone live”. This initiative is being funded by NHS England.
Patients who submit their symptoms online will get a quick response (typically the same day) which could be advice, directing to other support such as the pharmacy or a booking for an appointment if necessary. The service also offers around the clock NHS self-help information, signposting to services, and a symptom checker.
Patients can also request prescriptions and test results, referral letters and medical reports.
To use online consultations patients simply visit their own GP practice website for more information.