Playing Fields AGM

Playing Fields AGM

Via Zoom on Tuesday April 20th at 7.30 p.m. 

Seaton Ross Playing Fields have been an integral part of the Village for in excess of 30 years. It is a place where children from the local community can play safely and where parents and grandparents can meet. It is also used for successful community events such as the Music Fest. The Playing Fields are managed by a small group of volunteers who hold a few meetings each year to organise fund raising events to cover the cost of insurance, maintenance and improvements
Over the recent years we have been successful in our fundraising and have also received several grants which helped to renew all the equipment so that it is in good condition for many years to come.
Please phone Rob on 07598294750, Karl on 07500057946 or use the contact form if you would like to attend the AGM and find out more about the Playing Fields. All Seaton Ross village residents – old or new – would be very welcome.

150 Club

150 Club

The 150 Club is an important fund raiser for the Village Hall. It means that anyone can support this important village facility even if they don’t immediately need it, plus having at least 48 chances of winning a prize over a year. Much better odds than the national lottery, and for the benefit of the whole village as anyone can hire the village hall.
If you would like to join the 150 Club this year please contact Anna as soon as possible, by email  annasheldon9@gmail.com or telephone 01759 318602The price per ticket is £12 for the year.  You can buy as many tickets as you like.  There are four prizes each month with extras in November. The number of tickets sold does not have to be limited so long as the prizes given equal half the total income from the tickets. Much better odds than the national lottery, and for the benefit of the whole village!
The collection of subscriptions will start 6th April 2021 and end 25th May 2021.  If you already subscribe, your collector will be contacting you but you can convert your payment method at any time between these dates.  Sadly any subscriptions paid after the end date cannot be accepted for 2021-22.
There are various methods of payment:
1.Standing Order (recommended):  this would be an annual subscription paid automatically each year unless you decide to resign from the Club and cancel the standing order.
2.Bank Transfer: This is a one-off payment and will not be repeated ie. it would need to be set up anew each year.
Standing Orders and Bank Transfers are easy to set up via email banking, mobile banking or directly with your branch.  They should be set up to be paid on a day between 6th April and 25th May.
3.Cash or cheque to your collector
4.Use our contact form for new tickets.
Details required for Standing Orders and Bank Transfers are:
Account name or Payee:              Seaton Ross VHC
Account type:                                 Personal (charity accounts are treated as Personal)
Sort code:                                        20-99-56
Account number:                           30061999
Payee Reference:                           150  and ticket number(s) in the format 150 20 22, where 20 and 22 are ticket numbers, as there is only space for a limited number of characters and we need to identify the correct ticket holder.
Please confirm to Anna (details above) as soon as possible after your Standing order has been set up or the bank transfer has been made.  It is very important that payment is made on time.  In addition, if anyone is unsure of their Lottery number then do please contact Anna.  Your collector will also know your existing ticket number(s).

Litter Pick-up on 18th April 2021

Sunday 18th April 2021

Meet at the Village Hall at 1.30pm

Thank you to all those who keep the village tidy but there’s lots of litter being left on our grass verges coming into the village from all directions, which makes them very unsightly and often dangerous for animals. So please join us at the village hall @1.30pm.

We will be ‘socially distanced’. Family groups will work together. Please bring your own gloves, high viz jackets and litter grabbers if possible, but we do have spares.

Thank you.

CallER Collective

CallER Collective

Are you looking for someone to talk to? CallER is here to offer a friendly ear for a chat about anything and everything.
Just call 01482 215929 between 8am -10pm every day.

Organised by the Smile Foundation, East Riding Yorkshire Council

Village Hall

SEATON ROSS VILLAGE HALL IS COVID SAFE

We hope to re-open for classes and activities on May 17th 2021

We have made provision to ensure that government guidelines are complied with and we keep up to date with any changes to these guidelines. We receive ongoing advice from the East Riding Village Halls Network and ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England). All activities will be risk assessed by the committee so that visitors to the hall can be confident that arrangements have been made to secure their safety.
Please contact the Committee Chairwoman, Jane Henley, on 01759 318411 if you have any questions. Alternatively, contact us here.

You are not alone

You are not alone!

If you are self-isolating due to Coronavirus, or if you know of someone else who is self-isolating; we can help with:

– shopping and doorstep delivery
– prescription collection and delivery
– posting mail
– a friendly phone call for a chat

Please don’t hesitate to contact us by phoning:
07926 557789 or 01759 318995
or by using the contact link at the top right hand corner of this site.

We will be pleased to help.

Please let us know whether a male or a female volunteer is preferred.

This is a community initiative supported by the Parish Council.

Volunteering
If you are under 70, not vulnerable, and interested in supporting people who are isolated, please use the contact link at the top of this site on the right hand side. Your details will not be used for any other purpose.

Thank you.

Litter Pick-up on Sunday 18th April

Sunday 18th April 2021

Meet at the Village Hall at 1.30pm

Thank you to all those who keep the village tidy but there’s lots of litter being left on our grass verges coming into the village from all directions, which makes them very unsightly and often dangerous for animals. So please join us at the village hall @1.30pm.

We will be ‘socially distanced’. Family groups will work together. Please bring your own gloves, high viz jackets and litter grabbers if possible, but we do have spares.

Thank you.

Hagg Bridge

Hagg Bridge Closure

Hagg Bridge on the B1228, Hagg Lane, at Storewood is due to re-open on 31st March 2021.

Diversion route

The X36 will continue to run but will now stop at Melbourne at the earlier time of 0632. On Saturday: All Buses will start in Sutton upon Derwent

The 195 times are (Tuesdays only) Leave Melbourne at1048  and  Leave Pocklington at 13:15 Arrive Melbourne at 1355
Keep up to date through the following methods

Facebook – York Pullman Bus Company Ltd
Twitter – @YorkPullmanBus
Instagram – yorkpullmanbus
Website – www.yorkpullmanbus.co.uk

Or call (01904) 622 992

Carriageway Repairs Common Lane, Melbourne

Start date: Monday 15th February
Duration: 6 weeks

Signed diversion route via: Main Street, Melbourne, B1228 General Lane, Melbourne, Ash Lane, Melbourne, Seaton Common Lane, Melbourne, Seaton Common Lane, Seaton Ross and Everingham Lane, Seaton Ross.

Should you require any further information, have any special requirements for access, or wish to make any further comments please contact:

Dave Moor (Assistant Manager)
01482 393939/dave.moor@eastriding.gov.uk

Dave Berry (Senior Engineer and Project Manager)
01482 393939/david.berry@eatriding.gov.uk

Dog Meet and Greet

DOG MEET AND GREET

Informal dog (and owner!) socialisation and play in a secure area.

SECOND SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH

Please note that this event will be paused during Lockdown.

Meet:  Chapel Farm, Church Lane, YO42 4LS.

Government guidelines on COVID protection measures will be followed, so please contact Davina on: 01759 318970 if you would like to join in. New faces are very welcome.