Parish Elections were held this month and all Councillors remain in post.
April 2019 – Charity Walk
BBC Children in Need are doing a charity walk and will be passing through the villages of Carnaby and Haisthorpe on Monday, 13th May 2019 between the hours of 10.30 am to 12.30 noon. Please help to support this charity and drop a coin in their collecting tin. Thank you.
Parish councillors – Dave Burton, John Daniels, Paul Jackson, David Kitching, John Langham, Ken Taylor, Sue Thomas will once again stand as nominees for the upcoming elections.
Parish Council elections – 2nd May 2019
If anyone wishes to be nominated to become a Parish Councillor applications are now available from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Nomination forms must be delivered by hand to the Electoral Services (Main Reception) County Hall, Cross Street, Beverley. The closing date is 400pm on 3rd April 2019.
Wind Farm Funding Applications now open.
Lissett Wind Farm fund opened on the 1st February and will close on Tuesday, 30th April 2019. Applications can be obtained from firstname.lastname@example.org, via their website www.eastriding.gov.uk or by ringing East Riding of Yorkshire Council on 01482 397650.
Fraisthorpe Wind Fund is open until the 18th March. Details can be obtained from the Two Ridings Community Foundation website www.trcf.org.uk, via email at email@example.com or telephone 01904 929500.
1st December 2018
Merry Christmas! The Christmas tree lights switch on will be on Sunday, 9th December at 6pm, the Pound, Church Lane, Carnaby. Father Christmas will be arriving, everyone welcome.
CAM News – Planning permission has now been granted for the siting of glass panels for a memorial for the former airfield. This is fabulous news! CAM can now proceed to the next stage – for more information about CAM please go their website www.carnabyairfieldmemorial.org .
Diary date: 13th July – CAM News
CAM are holding a Golf Tournament day to raise funds for a memorial for the former airfield. Anyone wishing to participate please contact Martin Adams on 07754145831. Tee off is 2pm – entry fee is £100 per team for a team of 4. Please come and support the event. A planning application has been sent to ERYC for a memorial and we are now waiting to hear whether this has been passed. The next phase is to make preparations for the erecting of a memorial. More information can be found on the CAM website: www.carnabyairfieldmemorial.org.
The Parish Council has organised a defibrillator training session for any Parishioner who wishes to attend. The proposed date is Monday, 21st May at 7.00pm. The venue is Ferns Farm Hotel at 7pm. All welcome.
Carnaby Village defibrillator
A defibrillator has been installed on The Pound, Church Lane for use with in emergencies. The Yorkshire Ambulance Service have the codes of how to unlock the cabinet should the defibrillator need to be used. Please call 999 in an emergency.
We are looking at providing more defibrillators for the Parish with further funding.
Wind Farm Grants available now – see below of how to apply.
Lissett Wind Farm Fund is now open for applications until the 29th June 2018. Please log onto http://www2.eastriding.gov.uk/council/grants-and-funding/rural-funding/lissett-community-wind-farm-fund/ for details of how to apply
Fraisthorpe Wind Farm Fund is now open for applications until the 12th March 2018. Please log into the Two Ridings Community Foundation website for details of how to apply www.trcf.org.uk
CAM NEWS – 21.01.18
Carnaby Airfield Memorial are holding a series of funding raising over the next few months. Please come and join us to help raise funds. The events planned for the next 6 months:
Friday, 26th January – Music Quiz night at Ferns Farm Hotel, pie and pea supper – £4.0
Friday, 23rd February – Talk by David Mooney – The Lady of Avenel – this is about a sailing ship that based in Bridlington. – Ferns Farm Hotel – admission £4.00
Friday 23 March, Talk by Julie Radcliffe – The Forgotten Army – a talk about the role of animals during conflicts – venue to be confirmed
13th July Golf Tournament – teams of 4, at Bridlington Golf Club – if anyone wishes to take part please contact CAM directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carnaby Parish Councillors would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year!
3rd December – Christmas lights switch on! Starts at 6pm, sausage rolls, mince pies, and mulled wine will be served. Father Christmas will be arriving to give presents to the children of the Parish. One lucky child will be switching on the Christmas lights. All welcome.
CAM (Carnaby Airfield Memorial) will be hosting another talk this month (24th November at Ferns Farm Hotel, 7.30pm), John Walker, will be giving a talk about the local history of Bridlington. Everyone welcome. Admission £4.00.
October 2017 – Defribrillator
A community defibrillator has been now been purchased with funding from the Lissett Wind Farm. This will be installed shortly in the village of Carnaby.
We have also purchased 10 litter picking sets and 2 more litter bins for the Parish with funding from the Fraisthorpe Wind Farm Fund.
5th August 2017
The Parish Council has awarded two grants, one from the Lissett Wind Farm Fund and one from the Fraisthorpe Wind Farm Fund. The first grant is to purchase a defibrillator for the Parish. The second grant is for more litter bins and litter picking equipment for the Parish. These will be purchased soon. More details to follow.
22nd July 2017
The Parish Council accounts have now been ratified by our external auditors and the Annual Return for the Year ended 31 March 2017 can now be viewed online on our finance page.
2nd July 2017
This month’s agenda is available to view. Public question time for parishioners is at 7.00pm on the 12th July 2017.
AGM – The Parish Council will be holding its AGM on the 8th May 2017 at 7.00pm at Woldgate Methodist Church and Community Centre in Haisthorpe. All parishioners welcome to attend.
Golf Tournament 14th July 2017
CAM will be, once again, hosting a Golf Tournament on Friday, 14th July 2017 at Bridlington Golf Club to raise funds for a memorial. If you would like to enter a team of 4, please contact Carnaby Airfield Memorial via email to email@example.com Everyone welcome, even if you are not an expert golfer.
March 2017 News
David Mooney, History talk “Wings over East Yorkshire” Friday, 24th March 2017 at 7.30, Ferns Farm Hotel. Entrance fee £4.00 including refreshments. All welcome.
18th February 2016
Tour de Yorkshire
The Tour de Yorkshire will be coming through the village of Carnaby this year in April. Please help to decorate the village with buntings and bikes and please give your support.
Wind Farm Funding
Applications from residents in the Parishes of Carnaby and Fraisthorpe and Barmston will shortly be able to apply for funding for community projects. Applications will be available on line as from the 1st March 2017 via Two Ridings Foundation website http://www.trcf.org.uk/. The Lissett Wind Farm fund will be taking applications from April 2017. Please visit the ERYC website for more details.
February News – Book Signing by local author at the Old Georgian Team Rooms, High Street Bridlington
On the 18th February, The Old Georgian Tea Rooms are hosting a book signing day. Author Gayna Wallis will be there with her book, Station XI, The Story of RAF Carnaby. Books cost £8.00 and the profits will go towards a memorial for the former airfield.
11th January 2017
Battle of Britain over East Yorkshire Talk
There will be a talk at Ferns Farm Hotel on Friday, 20th January 2017 at 7.30 to raise funds for Carnaby Airfield Memorial (CAM). Tickets can be bought at the door at a cost of £4.00 which includes refreshments. Author, Paul Bright will be giving a talk about the Battle of Britain over East Yorkshire. All welcome.
2nd December 2016
On Sunday, 4th December 2016 the Christmas lights will be switched on. There will be sausage rolls, mince pies and mulled wine. Father Christmas will be visiting as well. All Parishioners welcome. Please bring the Fraisthorpe Wind Farm survey with you so that it can be entered in the draw for your chance to win £100.
15th November 2016
Fraisthorpe Wind Farm questionnaire and competition
The Fraisthorpe Wind Farm Community Benefit fund is a new charitable funds up by BayWa.r.e.. The fund will provide a grant scheme for the benefit of those living in the area around Fraisthorpe, including the Parish of Carnaby. They have produced a questionnaire to allow members of the community to give their views on the priorities for grants in the area. They would like your views on how funding should be spent. They are therefore asking for parishioners to respond to the questionnaire. Please see attachments. A copy will also be sent to you. There is also a children’s competition.
ERYC has produced a consultation document about urgent care in East Riding. Please go the link below to have your say on what urgent care we should have available in this area.
5th November 2016
Carnaby Parish has been given a donation by North Wolds Lions to commemorate the Queen’s 90th Birthday. A new noticeboard has been installed on the Pound and will in use shortly.
12th September 2016
ERYC and Humberside Police are trying to establish Neighbourhood Networks to help reduce crime. If anyone is interested in joining this scheme please contact us. You can contact us via the website at firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to your local Parish Councillor.
2nd September 2016
End of year accounts will soon be available for viewing. See Parish noticeboard for more details.
24th July 2016
CAM – Car boot sale – Sunday 28th August 2016
CAM will be holding a car boot sale at Manor Court on the 28th August 2016. If anyone would like to donate items to CAM to help raise funds for a memorial please email CAM on email@example.com. More details to follow.
8th June 2016
Annual accounts are available to view on our Agenda/Minutes webpage.
25th May 2016
Council Tax reductions available – please read article.
30th April 2016
Carnaby Parish Council is holding its AGM on 9th May 2016 at 7.00pm at Woldgate Community Centre. All electors of the Parish welcome.
18th April 2016
Carnaby Parish Council has received a donation from North Wolds Lions to spend on a project for Her Majesty’s 90th Birthday. The Parish Council have decided to purchase a new noticeboard for the Parish.
We are looking for quotes from joiners for a bespoke noticeboard for the Parish. If you are interested please send your quotes to the Parish Clerk, 12 Church Lane, Carnaby or speak to a Parish Councillor.
12th April 2016
CAM will be holding its AGM next week. If any member of the public wishes to attend you will be most welcome. It will be held at Manor Court Hotel at 7pm on the 20th April 2016.
5th March 2016
Thank you to all volunteers who help Clean for the Queen this weekend. The village is looking very clean and tidy. Approximately 30 bags of rubbish were collected along the country lanes. Unfortunately, the weather stopped us from litter picking.
The Police have been informed about the large number of alcoholic cans and bottles which were found along the lanes. We have asked them to do more patrolling to keep our roads safe and clean.
Young Farmers Bingo fund raising event
Bridlington Young Farmers are holding a Bingo fund raising event at Boynton Village Hall on Tuesday, 22nd March at 7.30pm. Please help support this local group. All welcome.
Clean for the Queen
ERYC are asking for volunteers to clear up Britain in time for Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday, which will be officially celebrated in June 2016. It is starting with a Clean for The Queen weekend on March 4th, 5th and 6th 2016. If you would like to take part and help clean up our Parish please contact us, either by email or talk to your local councillor. Help clean up our countryside!
Fraisthorpe Wind Farm Fund Panel
Invitations to become a member of the Fraisthorpe Wind Farm Fund Panel will soon be launched. If you would like to be considered as part of the panel applicants will need to apply in writing to Two Ridings Community Foundation. Further details will be available shortly.
Carnaby Parish Council would like to wish all its parishioners a Happy New Year!
6th December 2015
Festive Switch On!
On Sunday, 6th December at 6pm, the Christmas Tree lights will be turned on by one of the village children. Festive sausage rolls and mince pies will be available. Santa Claus will visit and give out presents to the village children. Please join us for the festivities.
31 October 2015
CAM is holding a Ladies Night on the 20th November. There will be a fashion show, small stall holders, gift tree and raffle to help raise funds for CAM. Cost £7.00 per ticket. On sale at Ferns Farm Hotel.
Book Launch – “Station XI – The Story of RAF Carnaby”
The secretary of CAM, Gayna Wallis, has published a book on her research about RAF Carnaby. The book is on sale for £8.00. Monies raised from the sale of the book will go towards a memorial for the airfield. Books are on sale at Ferns Farm Hotel, Manor Court, Hotel and Burton Agnes Hall.
1st September 2015
Safe and Sound Grant
ERYC are providing grants to minimise he fear of crime by providing additional home security measures to enable residents to feel safer in their own homes. If you wish to apply or find out more please contact Amy Dean on 01482 396259 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
9th July 2015
Thieves steal from Charity.
Thieves stole a circus tent from the grounds of Manor Court on the night of 8th August 2015. The tent had been loaned to Carnaby Airfield Memorial (CAM) for their charity car boot sale. Anyone with information please contact CAM at email@example.com or Humberside Police.
Despite the theft, the event was successful. CAM would like to thank Manor Court and Ian Wade for making this event possible and a big thank you to all the volunteers who helped to make it a success.
27th July 2015
CAR BOOT SALE
CAM is holding a car boot sale at Manor Court Hotel on Sunday, 9th July 2015 from 7am. Cars cost £5.00 and Vans £10.00. The event is to raise funds for a memorial for the airfield. For more information please contact CAM at firstname.lastname@example.org.
9th May 2015
Parish Councillors announced
The election results of the Parish Council elections can now be viewed via the East Riding of Yorkshire website. Carnaby Parish has now elected a new Councillor Sue Thomas. So we welcome Cllr Thomas to our Parish but sadly, we lose Adrian Clark as a councillor. A meeting of the Parish Council will be announced shortly.
4th May 2015
Theft of Parish bench.
A seat bench has been stolen from Moor Lane/ Lancaster Road in Carnaby over the May bank holiday weekend. This bench was only installed earlier this year for the benefit of the residents and visitors and is the property of Carnaby Parish Council. Anyone with information about this theft please contact us. The Police have been notified about this theft.
20th April 2015
There are currently 8 candidates standing for Carnaby Parish Council. An election will take place on 7th May 2015 alongside the general election to decide who will become a Parish Councillor. Once the results are known there will be an AGM meeting within following 2 weeks.
A list of councillors name will be available to view on this website shortly after the results are known.
21st March 2015
Thank you to all those who took part in the “clean up” campaign around our Parish. We picked up about 50 bags of rubbish from verges, hedges and along the carriage drive. ERYC provided the equipment and picked up the rubbish afterwards. This is the first initiative for cleaning up our parishes. We will bring you more news of future events. If you are interested in volunteering in the future please let us know.
10th March 2015
CLEAN UP CAMPAIGN
A national spring clean is being held on Saturday, 21st March in partnership with Keep Britain Tidy. It aims to spruce up the country’s streets, villages and parks. If you would like to take part in this clean up please contact us either via email or let your local Parish Councillor know. ERYC will provide gloves, litter pickers, bags and will organise for the rubbish to be taken away.
Nomination forms are now available if candidates wish to stand as a Parish Councillor. Nomination packs can be obtained from ERYC, County Hall, Beverley. Nominations packs must be handed to ERYC by the 9th April 2015.
28th February 2015.
A bench has been installed on the corner of Moor Lane/Lancaster Road by the Parish Council for residents and visitors to take a rest.
14th January 2015
Reflagging of Pound area. Quotes needed!
Carnaby Parish Council is planning to re-flag the Pound on Church Lane. If anyone is interested in providing a quote for carrying out this work please contact us either via email or by contacting one of the Parish Councillors.
4th January 2015
Carnaby Parish Council would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year.
19th November – DATE FOR YOUR DIARY
The Christmas tree lights on the village pound will be switched on at
6pm on Sunday 7th December.
There will be the usual draw of names from the village children and the winner will turn on the lights. Santa will arrive and give out sweets for the children while we distribute the mulled wine, sausages rolls and mince pies.
The event was well attended last year and we hope that everyone will join us again this year.
The Parish Council would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Agenda for November’s meeting is now available to view electronically – see Agenda/Minutes page.
4th October 2014
CAM News – Blackout Night
On the 1st November Carnaby Airfield Memorial committee will be holding another fund raising event, a Blackout Night, to raise funds for a memorial for the airfield. This will be a pie and pea supper, accompanied by Mike Raine at the piano for a good old sing song. Cost is £7.00. Tickets can be purchased from Ferns Farm Hotel on 01262 678961. Please come along and enjoy then evening with us.
3rd August 2014
Carnaby Airfield Memorial held a Family Fun Day on Saturday which was well attended despite the rain. There was a hog roast, children’s games, tombola, face painting and a wool spinner. The next event will be the Black Out Night in November. This will be a pie and pea supper with an old fashioned singalong accompanied by a pianist in black out conditions. More details to follow.
25th June 2014
Family Fun Day
Carnaby Airfield Memorial is holding a family fun day on the 2nd August at Ferns Farm Hotel from 2pm onwards. Tickets are on sale at Ferns Farm,£2 adults, £1 children and a family of four ticket cost £5. There will be food, games, fancy dress, tug of war teams, raffle and a tombola. Please come and support this event. Everyone welcome.
Two new litter bins
Carnaby will have two new litter bins to help keep our village tidy. They will be placed on the Main Street, one near the old Post Office and the second in the layby near Rock Farm. The litter bins should be in place within the next week and will emptied by ERYC on a regular basis.
31st May 2014
Carnaby Airfield Memorial (CAM) committee is holding a Family Fun Day on the 2nd August at Ferns Farm Hotel to raise funds for a memorial for the old runway which was used as an emergency runway during WW2. There will be children’s games, hog roast, barbecue, children’s fancy dress and a tug of war, plus much more. Everyone welcome.
2nd May 2014
The first fund raising event for CAM was held on the 19th April 2014 at Ferns Farm Hotel. The evening was well attended and Sir Greg Knight opened the event and pulled the first pint of F.I.D.O. beer. A total of £1905 was raised at the first event. Future events have been planned which include a Family Fun Day on the 2nd August and a Christmas meal 1940′s style on the 7th December. This is a recreation of an original menu that was served at RAF Carnaby during the war. Newsletter will be circulated around the Parish with more details in. Please give us your support to help CAM raise the funds needed to erect a memorial on the old runway,
19th April 2014 – 1940′s night
Carnaby Airfield Memorial committee are launching their fundraising by having a 1940′s night at Ferns Farm Hotel on the 19th April at 7.30pm. There will be a swing band, buffet, raffle, auction, and a grand finale singalong. Tickets are on sale now – tickets cost £25.00. Everyone welcome. Please buy your tickets in advance. If you are unable to attend but still want to help raffle tickets will be on sale too or you can give a donation. Cheques can be made payable to “Carnaby Airfield Memorial” (CAM) and be left at Ferns Farm Hotel for collection by committee members. CAM are currently developing a website and eventually donations will be available via PayPal. More details will be posted here as they become available.
12 March 2014
Carnaby Parish Council has recently adopted a Health and Safety Policy and Equality Policy – these can be reviewed on our web page – policies and procedures
28 February 2014
1940′s Fundraising night – please join us
C.A.M. will be holding a fund raising night at Ferns Farm Hotel on the 19th April 2014 to raise funds for Carnaby Airfield Memorial. The theme is 1940′s, there will be a swing band, buffet, raffle and auction. Tickets cost £25. There will be a prize for the best fancy dress. Ferns Farm will be launching a new beer called F.I.D.O, the brewery is donating 5p for every pint sold from the 19th April for three months as part of our fund raising activities. To purchase your ticket please contact Kate at Ferns Farm Hotel 01262 678961. Thank you.
23 January 2014
Carnaby Airfield Memorial (CAM) is the name that has been chosen for the new committee which has recently been formed to help raise funds for a memorial for the airfield. CAM is looking to raise funds and will be organising events in the village to help fund the project. A new website is under development at the moment specifically dedicated to the airfield and its history. More news will be posted here soon.
14th January 2014
RSPB- Calling local Farmers and landowners.
The RSPB has contacted the Parish Council asking for local farmers and landowners to contact them for those that are interested in helping nature thrive on their land.
The Yorkshire Wolds and Coast is one of the best places for wildlife in teh UK and has huge potential to provide even more homes for important farmland birds, as well as other animals from butterflies and bees to hares and hedgehogs. As a result, RSPB Conservation advisor Chris Tomson is offering free advice and support to anyone in the area who wants to manager their land in a more wildlife-friendly way. As well as advice, the RSPB is also offering farmers in the Yorkshire Wolds and Coast area free farmland bird surveys. These stock takes will show what wildlife makes its home on a farm and, when required repeated at a later date, will reveal how a farmer’s efforts are producing real results for wildlife.
Farmers interested in chatting to Chris about giving nature a home on their land can call him on 07900 164 601 or email him at email@example.com.
11th January 2014
A committee has now been formed and the first official meeting will be held on the 20th January 2014 at Ferns Farm Hotel. An official name will be adopted and fund raising will begin. Ideas will be discussed as to what the memorial will actually be. More news will be posted here when more details are available.
14th December 2013
A committee will formed in early January 2014. There has been a great response to our request for volunteers. All volunteers should now have received notification of the first meeting. We will keep you informed of how this is proceeding.
No Cold Calling Scheme
Residents of Moor Lane, Carnaby and all residents in Haisthorpe should have received a letter asking them if they wish to adopt the “No Cold Calling” scheme. Please send your reply back to your local councillor as soon as possible. If residents agree then the No Cold Calling scheme will be implemented.
30th November 2013
Today is the last day for you to add your names to the list of volunteers who wish to help form a committee for the Heritage Project. The names will be gathered shortly and all individuals will receive an invite to a meeting to discuss this further. A Chairman, Treasurer and Secretary will be needed to form the committee plus several other committee members to help run it. Nominations for these positions will be taken at the meeting. Thank you.
14th November 2013
SCAMS – beware.
The Parish Council has been notified of scams that are operating in the area. One scam that residents in the East Riding have been receiving is a postcard stating that a parcel could not be delivered to them. When they ring up the telephone number given on the postcard there is no-one to answer the call but the caller is charged an extotionate amount of money when they next receive their phone bill. If you have been the victim of any such scams you can report them to the Trading Standards department at the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Christmas Tree Lights
The Christmas tree lights will be turned on at 6pm on Sunday, 8th December 2013. The usual mincepies and mulled wine will be supplied. Santa will pay us a visit and will distribute some festive goodies for the children. Everyone is welcome.
27th October 2013
The Parish Council would like to thank all the volunteers who help to cut the grass in the church yard and the Village Pound. Your efforts are greatly appreciated in keeping our village tidy. Thank you to all volunteers.
Got a complaint about the NHS?
We have received a letter from the Carers Federation Ltd. Peter Robinson is an Advocate and will provide free, and independent specialist guidance and support for people who have a complaintabout NHS Services. Please contact Peter Robinson on telephone number 01482 304281.
The Christmas Tree lights will be lit on Sunday, 6th December 2013 at 6pm on the Village Pound. Santa Clause will also be visiting. Please come along and join in the festivities.
18th September 2013
Carnaby’s History Day “Past and Present”
Carnaby Parish Church is holding a History Day of the “Past and Present”. The event will be held on the 19th October 2013 from 10 am til 4pm. Admission is free but donations towards the church upkeep are very welcome. Refreshments are available.
Come and discover more about your locality through pictures, displays and documents. Hear about the Airfield in WW2 and the aircraft that flew from there. Find out about local Norman villages. Discover some things about schooling in the past and Mary Simpson, the Carnaby Vicar’s daughter who taught the ploughboys. Search the parish registers for the past 200 years and discuss Carnaby’s development plan and what that might mean for the future.
15th August 2013
New information added about emergency landings at Carnaby Airfield. To view the information please go the Carnaby Airfield webpage, under Parish Information.
13th August 2013
The Parish Council is appealing for help in forming a committee to help raise funds to commission a unique WW2 memorial for Carnaby Airfield. The Parish Council has been in talks with a local artist to make a lifesize structure of a Lancaster Bomber. Although still in its infancy we are progressing slowly. We still need to gain permissions to erect the memorial on land on the airfield. Providing that we are granted planning permission we will need to raise thousands of pounds to commission the artwork, and the installation of it and car parking facilities will be needed. If you would like to be involved in this fantastic project please contact us. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
New Benches for Carnaby, Haisthorpe and Wilsthorpe
Carnaby Parish has been awarded funding to purchase new seating for the Parish. Six new seats will be purchased two for each village. Ideas from residents as to where to the best place is to site these new seats will be welcome. Please contact your local Parish Councillor with your ideas.
23rd July 2013
Breaking news! – ERYC to change their plans about siting a Gypsy and Traveller Site in Carnaby
Carnaby Parish Council has long waited to hear the good news that the ERYC proposes to changes its plans to site a Gypsy and Traveller Site in the village. After thousands of objections about the new draft plan, the ERYC are proposing several changes, including the removal of the proposal to site a Gypsy and Traveller Site in Carnaby (CAR20). Another site, BRID51, has been identified as being more suitable to provide the required pitches. More information about the new proposals can be viewed on the Council’s website http://www.eastriding.gov.uk/council/committees/the cabinet/#agenda-and-minutes.
9th July 2013
Peter Naylor – Artist – attends PC meeting to discuss memorial plans
Peter Naylor, the famous artist of 158 Bomber Command memorial fame (Lisset memorial) attended this month’s Parish Council meeting to discuss plans to erect a WW2 memorial on Carnaby Airfield. The plans are ambitious but very exciting. Peter’s idea is to build a full scale, skeletal model of a Lancaster Bomber,and to place it at the end of the runway as if it is just about to land. The slides that Peter showed are extremely impressive and the memorial would be seen from a distance. This project is in its infancy and there is a long way to go. We need to obtain planning permission first and, if granted, then to raise some serious money to fund it. The Parish Council would therefore like some help and support with this project and for a special committee to be formed. If you would like to help in any way please contact either your local Parish Councillor or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you.
Door Stoppers – No Cold Calling Scheme
Parish Councillors have been made aware of the increase in ”cold calling” from businesses and other organisations. Many residents find this intrusive and annoying and would like it to be stopped. There is a scheme run by ERYC called ”Door Stoppers” that stops “cold callers”. The Parish Council is looking into the scheme. It will need the full cooperation of residents to enable this scheme to sanctioned. More details of this scheme will follow shortly.
Carnaby is shortly to have a speed sign installed in the village at the north end. This will hopefully slow down the traffic passing through the village, and make it easier to cross the road. The sign has been ordered and should be delivered by the end of August 2013.
11th June 2013
Carnaby Airfield memorial
Carnaby Parish Council is hoping to raise funds to erect a memorial on Carnaby Airfield to commerate the part that this airfield played during World War Two and the lives that it saved. One idea is to erect a model of a Lancaster Bomber on the airfield with educational boards to tell the story of Carnaby Airfield. If you have any ideas or thoughts or would like to get involved with this project please contact us. Our email address is email@example.com. Thank you.
ParishTree Planting Project 2013
The Conservation Volunteers group and DEFRA have joined together to encourage Parish Councils, Community Groups, Schools and “Friends” groups who would like to plant native trees within their communities. The cost of this is £250 plus vat. This covers costs of organising and supervising the event, including the cost of trees, tubes and stakes etc. If you or your group would like to participate please contact Ian Jakulis, The Conservation Volunteers on 01482 620309.
31st May 2013
The Parish Council has been working hard over the last few weeks and months to prevent a proposal by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to site a Gypsy/Traveller site on land at Carnaby Sticks Lane. The Parish Council have been working with a private consultant, local businesses and residents to have this site withdrawn from the proposal scheme. ERYC have received many letters of objections to this proposal from businesses and residents. A petition has also been forwarded to the ERYC planning department opposing this proposal. We are now waiting to hear from the ERYC. We will keep you posted of the latest developments.
5th May 2013
The Annual General Meeting of Carnaby Parish Council will be held on the 13th May 2013 at 7.00pm at the Woldgate Methodist and Community Centre, Haisthorpe. All parishioners welcome to attend.
24th April 2013
Any parishioner that needs help with the YORSwitch offer letter can speak to an ambassador who will soon be in this area. The next dates will be the 26th April and the 3rd May at the Bridlington Customer Service Centre.
21st March 2013
Gypsy and traveller site draft allocation document is now available to view – see applications page to view the whole document (pdf file). This document shows ERYC proposal plans to site a Gypsy and Traveller site in Carnaby.
12th March 2013
Fuel Poverty Support to Rural Communities
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council was recently awarded some additional funding to support its fuel poverty programme. Some residents may be eligible to apply for insulation/heating support. The qualifying criteria is:
Over 70 years old, in receipt of means tested benefit or with a long term health condition (e.g asthma, heart condition). If you feel you meet the criteria please contact either Peter Hirschfeld at Humber Wolds Rural Community Council on 01430 434047 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Jane Mears at ERYC on 01482 396278 or email email@example.com.
Spring and Summer Half term activities
The Humber Playing Field have some remaining availability for a sports coach to deliver activities during the school holidays. If you would like to reserve some time for activities please contact the Recreation & Sports Manager on 07885437969 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile Library times
The mobile library unit will visit the Parish on the following days and times:
Carnaby – Thursday 14.55 -15.10
Haisthorpe – Thursday 15.15 -15.30
5th March 2013
YORSwitch – cheaper energy scheme
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council has been awarded a grant by the Department of Energy and Climate Change. This includes support for “Cheaper Energy Together” collective switching scheme. The Council wishes to raise awareness about this scheme and how residents can save money on their energy bills. To learn more about this scheme please visit the website www.eastriding.gov.uk/yorswitch.
Fortnightly bin collections starting in May 2013
From the 6th May all households in the Bridlington area and surrounding villages will receive fortnightly bin collections. The blue recycling bins and green landfill bins will be collected every other week. Residents should soon receive letters giving them a calendar of the new collection dates.