Spofforth Village

Near Harrogate, North Yorkshire

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All the latest news and events in Spofforth

Welcome to Cine Spofforth!

Spofforth is delighted to announce the start of film nights in the village hall from September

Screening will be at 6.30 pm on the third Sunday in everymonth – doors open at 6.00.   Tickets are just £5.00 each, £3.00 for each child under 16 years, and a family ticket (2 + 2) is £13.00.

Our block buster Autumn series is:

15th September -  The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (12A)

20th October -  The toe-tapping Mamma Mia (PG)

17th November -  The tear jerker -  War Horse (12A)

15th December -  Our Christmas Matinee at 2.30 -  Nativity (U)

Tickets in advance from June Nelsey (590695), Christine Atkinson (591424)and Jane Hare (590393), the Village Shop and Hairbelle or on the door on the night. Bar facilities -  coffee & tea refreshments – popcorn -  ice creams –The perfect way to spend a Sunday evening!

 

Priority Assistance For You, a Relative or Neighbour

Spofforth Emergency Plan

Spofforth Parish Council is putting together a village emergency plan for Harrogate Borough Council.

If there is a village wide emergency, like a lengthy power cut or very severe flooding, some villagers may benefit from receiving priority assistance from the emergency planning team. This will ensure that you are offered help first in the event of an emergency.

All names on the priority assistance list will be kept confidential and used only in an emergency situation by theSpofforth emergency committee and the emergency services.

If you feel that you or a relative or neighbour would benefit from being on the Spofforth priority assistance list then please contact;

Contact: Jo Townend, Spofforth Emergency Plan Co-ordinator

Tel:01937-591621 OR 07946-678267

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Crime Figures 16 May to 18 June

A quieter month for the villages, a detected drugs offence in Little Ribston with other detections relating to domestic matters.  A large metal statue of 'dancing hares' has been stolen from a property in North Deighton, it is a limited edition and if anyone has any information as to its whereabouts, please contact the Police.

Doorstep salesmen are still operating in the area; should you be visited, do not buy from them and contact the Police as soon as you are able to advise them of their presence in the area.

Please remain vigilant and report anything suspicious on 101 or if a crime is occurring 999. Mark Ayre PC2 cn also be contacted via email on

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Calling all Spofforth action heroes!

Spofforth Parish Council is putting together a village emergency plan for Harrogate Borough Council.

If there is a village wide emergency, like a lengthy power cut or very severe flooding, the village needs to call on help to react quickly and safely. To do this we need a register of people who are willing to help in an emergency. Can you?

The table below gives you some idea of the help volunteered in other villages. Can you help Spofforth in this way?

Resources

Skills

Chain Saws

Tractors

4 Wheel Drive vehicles

Building Tools

Generators

Temporary Lighting

Fork lift Trucks

Diggers

Doctors

Nurse

First Aiders

Engineers

Builders

Plumbers

Electricians

Refreshments

All offers of help will be kept confidential and only used in an emergency situation BUT having your details to hand quickly will save precious time in an emergency.

Want to help?

Contact: Jo Townend, Spofforth Emergency Plan Coordinator

Tel: 01937-591621 OR 07946-678267

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Community Resilience Plan - First Aid training

Spofforth Parish Council has been asked by Harrogate Borough Council to co-ordinate the production of a Community Resilience Plan.

Community Resilience is the ability of a local community to respond to, and recover from, an incident or emergency due to abnormal threats or hazards.

This involves communities and individuals harnessing local resources and expertise to help themselves either alongside emergency services, or in their absence.

in association with this we are looking to organise First Aid sessions and are looking for interested parties.  These are basic or refresher sessions lasting 2 hours, organised by the Bristish Red Cross and led by a volunteer community educator.

These sessions would be held on a Friday in the village hall and a suggested donation is for £3.

Inerested parties should contact Judy Parker-Beevers on 01937 590265 or by email on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 

 
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