Thornton Rust Institute and Covid-19
The trustees and Management Committee will continue to follow government and health officials' advice and guidance on village and community halls. Until such time the Management Committee can meet all requirements and protocols the institute will remain closed for the foreseeable future.
Further updates regarding re-opening will be posted on this webpage.
Covid 19: local services and events
See the Information page for notices concerning the Central Dales Practice, Church services, the shop at Aysgarth Garage and the Good Life Project Upper Dales Covid-19 Support Group.
Refuse collection dates
Monday August 3 Grey bin
Monday August 10 Green bin etc.
Monday August 17 Grey bin
Monday August 24 Green bin etc.
Tuesday September 1 Grey bin (Follows bank holiday)
These dates are drawn from the following website: https://www.richmondshire.gov.uk/collectionCalendar
July last year: 106 mm
July 2018: 80 mm
July 2017: 157 mm
July 2016: 65 mm
Kennel Field Trust
At the meeting of the Kennel Field Trust committee on January 22nd it was agreed that, following the untimely deaths of two trustees, David Pointon and Graham Darlington (the Trust’s treasurer), to ask their respective wives, Pip Pointon and Penny Noake, to become trustees. They were happy to do so and attended the meeting.
It was also agreed to invite Lynda Denny to become a trustee with the added responsibility of taking over as treasurer. It was noted that Tim Freer, the new parish councillor, would automatically become a trustee if he so wished. The chairman, John Dinsdale, has informed him and he has accepted the invitation.
Deborah Millward and John asked Penny and Pip if they would like a tree each planted in the Kennel Field in memory of the service their husbands had given. Both Penny and Pip agreed and asked if Janet Thomson (who is a trustee) would also like a tree for her late husband. This proposal was unanimously approved. The offer has been accepted by Janet.
Documents available to download