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TAYLOR WIMPEY PROPOSED APPLICATION TO BUILD 450 HOMES BETWEEN PARK LANE AND DOCTORS LANE.

The Parish Council have been aware that something was going to happen on the Park Lane site since last November and we have been making enquiries to find out what is proposed.

 

We discussed this at our Parish Council meeting on 11th January and decided that at the appropriate time we will oppose the application.

 

Last night a resident gave us a copy of what is proposed and when the outline application is made we will act accordingly.

 

 

 

 

This is an open group for everyone in Allerton Bywater, Great Preston and Kippax 

 

 

HRH Princess Anne's visit to Samuel Valentines, Station Road, Allerton Bywater.

HRH Princess Anne will be visiting Samuel Valentines on Thursday 25th January arriving at 12:10pm leaving at 1pm. this is an open invitation to anyone wishing to attend.

 

 

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Allerton bywater Cricket Club

 

Allerton Bywater Cricket Club are looking to attract new members for the 2018 season which starts in April.

The club goes back to 1909 and always ran two teams however over the last 18 months we have lost a number of players and only ran one team last season.

The team has dropped down to division 3 in the Pontefract and District cricket league.

Games start at 1pm and are usually finished by 6 to 6.30pm, clubs are all within 30 minutes travelling.

Umpires are required for the league with expenses paid £35, scorers are sometimes needed at £15 to £20.

Players interested, of any ability will be made most welcome and given the chance to enjoy their game, minimum age is 14 years old.

The facilities and the pitch are of good standard as you can see from the photo above.

Over the years we have had father and sons and brothers playing, it would be good to get some local people involved to keep the club going.

Of the players we have left some are just helping out and can’t commit to playing every week, this is not a problem for any new players coming to join us.

A meeting will be held in the Anchor pub on 30th January at 7:15pm, anyone interested would be most welcome to attend.

For further information you can call or text John Lyons on 07807755697.

THIS IS A GREAT CHANCE FOR YOU TO GET OUT IN THE FRESH AIR, GET SOME EXERCISE AND MAKE NEW FRIENDS, PLEASE COME ALONG.

 

Mini crime wave with lads on scooters in Millennium Development

we seem to be having problems with youths on scooters causing problems in this area, has anyone got any information of who these lads are? Names, registration numbers, photo's or CCTV footage. IF YOU HAVE GET IN TOUCH WITH THE POLICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AT THIS E-MAIL ADDRESS 

outereast@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk

Does anyone have any CCTV footage for last night in the Darby Way area?

 

MESSAGE FROM THE POLICE.

There seems to be a lot of people having their doors tried to see if they are unlocked, We have spoken to the Police and if this happens to you you should dial 999 immediatlely as it is classed as an emergency and they have dedicated patrols for such reports.

To see the Site Allocation Plan for our area.

 

MOTOR CYCLE PROBLEMS

 

THROUGHOUT THE VILLAGE

 

As a Parish Council we have brought this matter to the attention of residents before, but we feel we must reiterate the information because over the last few months there has been a problem with six youths and a blue car causing problems throughout the village.

 

They have been seen riding at excessive speed through the village, they have been seen trying to push each other off their scooters on the main road, doing wheelies, being abusive to residents who speak to them about the danger of what they are doing. We don’t think the scooters are legal, they are VERY loud as if the silencers have been tampered with.

 

We know a lot of people say “what’s the use of reporting it, the police don’t do anything”

 

After talks with the Police off road motor cycle team we would like to pass on the following recommendations.

 

Take a note of the time and place of any incident, if possible get a description or name of the offender and also a registration number of the scooter if it has one.

 

IMMEDIATELY ring 101

 

ALL CALLS TO THIS NUMBER ARE LOGGED

 

THE MORE PEOPLE REPORTING INCIDENTS, THE MORE CHANCE WE HAVE OF GETTING SOMETHING DONE. RESOURCES ARE LIMITED, THOSE WHO SHOUT THE LOUDEST GET THEM

 

As was said to us “if people in Allerton Bywater don’t report problems to us and another area does, then they will get the police team to their area”

 

It’s up to you, if you want it

 

stopping, REPORT IT!!!!!

 

Please see the information leaflet below supplied to us by the Police.