Catcliffe Parish Council currently have a vacancy for 3 Parish Councillor’s.
We would therefore like to hear from enthusiastic residents who would like to become involved in the tier of government closest to local people and play a central role in improving our local quality of life.
The Council meets on the second Wednesday of the month, currently via Zoom, if you are interested in finding out more about the role, come along to one of our meetings.
If you wish to apply please contact the Clerk to the Council:
Mrs Sarah Youngman
Catcliffe Memorial Hall
Old School Lane
firstname.lastname@example.org To apply for the role as Councillor; please provide a brief detail of why you want to become a Councillor.
The Neighbourhood Watch is now in place. At present it will be run as a parish council initiative but would hope in time it could be coordinated by residents. In the meantime we would really like residents to join us. The Watch covers all aspects of crime, ASB, fly tipping, any social concerns, vulnerable persons, environment shortfalls, etc. We just need members to report and monitor issues. There is a link to a dedicated Facebook page on LINKS.
This week marks the centenary of the unveiling and dedication of the War Memorial sited in St Marys cemetery. Due to Covid restrictions the annual service had to be changed. The Parish Council laid a wreath prior to Remembrance Sunday which was filmed and included in the Rivers Team Online service. Full service can be seen on our Facebook page.