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Citizens Advice Mid-Yorkshire 2018

Your Parish Nurses

Selby DC Council Tax FAQ's 

Crow Scarers - NFU Guidance 

AMEY news Allerton Waste Recovery Park for news on the Visitor Centre and ways you can get involved with waste related and environmental issues. Click Here for more information

 

Selby District Council Waste and Recyling Service Centres. Please select this link to The Selby DC website pages which will will tell you everything you need to know about recycling and waste.  They will tell you what you can recycle and where, what happens to your waste when they collect it and how you can reduce how much waste you produce. Please do your bit to keep Womersley tidy and pick it up and take it home. Thank you.

  

If you should see incidents of fly tipping please contact Keith Armstrong at SDC with a photo to help locate the site and location address details and SDC will get this cleared as soon as possible. Keith Armstrong, is the Community Warden, and he can be contacted on:01757 705101, or email: karmstrong@selby.gov.uk.



 

 



COFFEE MORNINGS AT ST. MARTINS CHURCH

Held every 1st Saturday in the Month from 10.30am to 12.00 noon in the church. Everyone is welcome please contact Mrs Joyce Woodall Tel: 01977 790127 for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

LATEST PARISH NEWSLETTER 

Parish Council News 

The newsletter is not currently available on line.  Copies can be obtained from The Courtyard Tea Room or St Martin's Church or one of the members of the Council.

 

 

SELBY DISTRICT COUNCIL are considering changing the way they collect your recycling.

Please click on this link to go to the consultation pages: https://www.selby.gov.uk/recycling-consultation

We first started collecting your recycling from separate boxes about 20 years ago.  This was because there were recycling plants close by that we could take material straight to.

Over the years we started to collect more materials and you can now recycle paper, cardboard, glass, cans and mixed plastics.  The way many councils now collect recycling has changed though, so it’s right that we look at what we do.  

There are two main options.  Either we keep the current kerbside box service or we give you wheelie bins for your dry recycling.

We pick up your recycling from three kerbside boxes.  This is about 165 litres of recycling space every fortnight.   We ask you to sort your recycling because we have to separate it and different materials get taken to different places to be recycled. This means our recycling is very high quality and we can get money from selling it.  If you live in a flat you may have different arrangements. 

If we kept collecting recycling in this way there would be no change to how much it costs to run the service.  But we’ve listened to you and we know that we can make some improvements.  

We could give you a wheelie bin for your recycling.  You’d put all your recycling in to this bin.  A wheelie bin would give you nearly 50% more room to recycle.

All the material we collect would go to one place.  The different types of recycling would be sorted there.  However, this means it’s more expensive to send it there and we may not get money from selling it.  Collecting recycling from wheelie bins is more efficient though, and we don’t need special wagons to collect it.

We know that many of you would like a wheelie bin for your recycling.  It’s easier to recycle and gives you more room.  It also means there’s less chance of recycling being blown around when it’s windy. Moving to this system would cost the Council more money. 

Click here for the link to continue to the consultation https://www.selby.gov.uk/recycling-consultation

 

 

 

 

 

Selby DC news, Reuse and Respect - Dumping Issues. Click Here for full report.