Posts from September 2014

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BREAKING NEWS: Incinerator plans get the go-ahead

by Steve Ross

North Yorkshire County Councillors gave the go ahead for the Allerton Park waste incinerator plans this evening. County councillors were asked to vote on the proposal to complete the 25-year waste management contract with AmeyCespa and after hours of debate the majority of councillors voted in favour of the scheme. The council said the project […]

Cricket Club Race Night – Results

by Steve Ross

Cricket Club Horse Race Night A big thank you to all who helped , attended or donated to Green Hammerton Cricket Clubs Race Night on Friday 19th September at the Village Club. £485 was raise towards the cricket club funds Many thanks Neil Phillips

Allerton Park Incinerator – Decision Day

by Steve Ross

On Wednesday 24 September 2pm at County Hall the full council of NYCC will debate whether to give final approval to the Allerton Park incinerator scheme. This will be the last chance to have your say whether you are against or for the scheme. I have been asked by Susan Goss-Clements to send out the […]


by Steve Ross

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN! Your own, your very own MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT entitled: LADIES AND GENTLEMEN! Your own, your very own MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT entitled: FROM MUSIC HALL TO MONS Will take place on FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14th At the esteemed establishment known as The Village Club, Green Hammerton Commencing at 7.00 for 7.30 Start. Fancy Dress Optional but […]

Parish Council Meeting Thursday 18th September

by Steve Ross

Notice is given that a Meeting of the Parish Council will be held at 20.00 on Thursday 18th September 2014 in the Village Hall, Harrogate Road, Green Hammerton Click on the link below to view the evenings agenda.

The Daily Bread

by Steve Ross

The Daily Bread PREMIERE An original comedy-drama by Kate Bramley Starring Colin Scott-Moncrieff August de Ville is a master baker and his tiny village bakery is the talk of the town, as the WI ladies flock for miles to sample his sumptuous sponge and beautiful buns. ‘Couldn’t meet a nicer feller’, the village proclaim. But […]