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2 weeks ago

Glusburn & Cross Hills Parish Council

Looks like we are in for a treat, or at least some well deserved attention! Perhaps the pot holes will finally get sorted. ... See MoreSee Less

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What you taken my comment off for truth hurts you do nothing for the residents

Looks like we are in for a treat, or at least some well deserved attention! Perhaps the pot holes will finally get sorted. ... See MoreSee Less

Looks like we are in for a treat, or at least some well deserved attention! Perhaps the pot holes will finally get sorted.

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yep taken there time doing it like hitting your head on a wall

Sort the crossing barriers down time out worst in the country!..and yes HGV’s using station road as a rat run all down to the crossing!!

Sort weight restriction out on station rd!!!!!!!!!!!!

TDY - lubies, the coffee shop and Thornton's are opening specially to provide refreshments.
Gallagher's is also open and I believe 22 the square have a fun packed time planned.
Have a great day tomorrow supporting the cyclists and the TDY on the final day.
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The widow displays for Easter were excellent.
Next event is the Tour de Yorkshire on Sunday 5th of May.
Passing through cross hills from Sutton around 13:20 - 13:35 on the way to kildwick roundabout then to Skipton.
Not much time to prepare something and I'm sure the retailer's will not disappoint.
We'll be there to cheer them on.
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Following several requests from the parish council, the work to tidy up the pot holes either side of the train line crossing has been started. Railtrack say they have more work planned for the crossing this year. No details released. ... See MoreSee Less

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Unfortunately not all the holes have been filled, just 5 of the worst ones. We will follow this up if they are not done soon.

Thats great news as a friends tyre burst going over them last weekend. Well over due just hope they do it right not like last year !!!

YES! 🎉 amazing news!

That’s good to know fed up of dodging them.

Oh, that's good, they were heading for tyre-wrecker status!

Easter service in cross hills. ... See MoreSee Less

Easter service in cross hills.

Spotted another three Easter window displays this evening, Aire valley kitchens, scad and made with love. ... See MoreSee Less

Spotted another three Easter window displays this evening, Aire valley kitchens, scad and made with love.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Time the parish council sorted the weight restriction out on station rd the amount off hgvs going down it wants stopping before some one is hurt

And there's more, another Easter window in the village ... See MoreSee Less

And theres more, another Easter window in the village

And another Easter shop window, hadn't noticed the rabbits on the bunting until I looked closely. ... See MoreSee Less

And another Easter shop window, hadnt noticed the rabbits on the bunting until I looked closely.

Another Easter window display ... See MoreSee Less

Another Easter window displayImage attachment

Another couple of shop window displays almost Easter ... See MoreSee Less

Another couple of shop window displays almost EasterImage attachment

Some lovely Easter window displays in the village. ... See MoreSee Less

5 months ago

Glusburn & Cross Hills Parish Council

Don't forget your bin collections will be a bit different this week due to the bank holiday! Check your collection day here: www.cravendc.gov.uk/waste-recycling/christmas-bin-collections/ ... See MoreSee Less

5 months ago

Glusburn & Cross Hills Parish Council

Happy New Year! Just a reminder that we won't be collecting Christmas trees this year. Instead you can drop real trees off for recycling on Saturday January 12th between 8am & 12 noon at Coach Street Car Park, Skipton, Grasmere Close Car Park, Bentham, & Co-op Car Park, Crosshills. You can also take them to the HWRC tips in Settle and Skipton. More details and recycling tips here: www.cravendc.gov.uk/waste-recycling/christmas-recycling/

Edited to add: Sue Ryder Manorlands is also offering Christmas tree collections in return for a donation, in the Skipton and South Craven area. To find out more about these collections go to www.sueryder.org/support-us/fundraise/events/manorlands-christmas-tree-collection-service-2019 or call 01535 640 430.
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5 months ago

Glusburn & Cross Hills Parish Council

Garden waste collections - a reminder that we will not be making a one-off winter collection this year due to low take-up in previous years. The garden waste collections will begin again on February 25th for Week One & March 4 for Week Two. More info here: www.cravendc.gov.uk/waste-recycling/garden-waste-collection/ ... See MoreSee Less

Crosshills Christmas Tree
Sponsored by :
The Just Motor Group Citroen & Peugeot Cross Hills. Just Citroen - Cross Hills

www.justcitroen.co.uk/

Supplied by;
Hawcliffe Farm Christmas Trees
www.hawkcliffefarmchristmastrees.co.uk/
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Crosshills Christmas Tree
Sponsored by :
The Just Motor Group Citroen & Peugeot Cross Hills.  Just Citroen - Cross Hills

https://www.justcitroen.co.uk/

Supplied by;
Hawcliffe Farm Christmas  Trees
https://www.hawkcliffefarmchristmastrees.co.uk/

5 months ago

Glusburn & Cross Hills Parish Council

If you have any excess recycling over Christmas and New Year, you can leave it in clear sacks next to your blue bin for collection.
While the council offices are closed, clear sacks can be picked up from the following businesses below: Bradley Village Store, Burton in Lonsdale Village Shop/Post Office, Clapham Village Stores, Crosshills Co-op, Gargrave Co-op, Dales Toffee Shop/Newsagents in Grassington, Bentham Post Office, Ingleton Village Newsagents, Kettlewell Village Stores, Long Preston Post Office, Malham Village Shop, Lamberts News in Settle and the News Shop in Swadford Street, Skipton.
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