Monday 19th October Parish Council Meeting

Due to an error I am currently unable to upload the Agenda for Mondays meeting.

The Agenda can be viewed in the community noticeboard however please see below the Zoom access details for this meeting

Meeting ID: 896 8162 7005

Passcode: 900399



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Public Attendance at Parish Council Meetings

The Barnetby Le Wold Parish Council have scheduled a Full meeting on Monday 14th September 2020 at 6:15pm

This meeting will be held virtually with Full Council. Please do not attempt to turn up at St Barnabas Church Hall as this venue will be closed.

Members of the public and press are welcome to attend the meeting virtually using the following link to Zoom.

Barnetby Le Wold Parish Council Meeting

Sep 14, 2020 06:15 pm

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Meeting ID: 720 9591 0687
Passcode: 4SgjTt

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you however we must adhere to the changing guidance and legislation to ensure that our residents are protected and we all stay safe.

If you require any assistance of how to access the meeting please do not hesitate to contact the clerk – these details can be found on our homepage.


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Recreational Field COVID 19 Safety Warning!


In an attempt to help people stay alert and stay safe the Parish Council installed a number of warning signs at the recreational field, unfortunately these were removed and destroyed by vandals.

The Parish Council and Trustees of the Recreational Field wish to remind all that the play areas are not sanitized and due to the cross contamination risk we advise you to use the facilities at your own risk and remember to sanitize your hands frequently and maintain a safe distance from others.


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Best Kept Village 2020 Results

The Barnetby in Bloom Group are extremely proud to announce that Barnetby Le Wold has been voted:

2nd Place in the CPRE Best Kept Villages Competition 2020!

Judges Comments

The village is to be commended on its very tidy and attractive appearance, with a commendable absence of litter throughout the village. Every opportunity is made to provide community planting, with some excellent displays and very attractively painted wooden planters in various locations. The approach to the village benefits from some very attractive new signs.

The attractiveness of the village is enhanced by some colourful planting at the front of many properties, with some very good examples to be found at 16 and 22 Hillside, 25,35,67, and 76 King’s Road, 1 and 3 Windsor Way, 34, 42, 53, 79 and 87 Victoria Road, 30 and 58 St Barnabas Road, 1, 10, 16, 28 and 31 Woodland View, 7 Willow Grove, 6 Oak Grove, 20 Sycamore Close, 29 Queen’s Road, 8 and Fairview on Marsh Road, 1,28 and 32 Silver Street and 8, 21, 37 and 38 Railway Street.

There was also attractive floral displays outside many properties on Walker’s Close and outside the Medical Centre. The verges and hedges throughout the village were well-tended and there were a number of useful noticeboards around the village.

The excellent playground on Silver Street is set in a large playing field. The area benefits from a good range of equipment and an attractive area for younger children.

The war memorial on St Barnabas Road is an attractive Celtic cross but the site would benefit from attention. The area around St Barnabas Church is a particularly attractive feature of the village with some excellent planting

Barnetby Le Wold Parish Council would like to give special thanks to:

Darren Adams

Wendy Broughton

Allison Thomas

Penny Openshaw

For all their continued hard work and dedication to the Barnetby in Bloom Group.

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New Parish Council Email Address

As of 07 July 2020 the Parish Council Email will be:

Please use this email for all future correspondence.

Many Thanks

The Clerk

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Meetings Update

The Parish Council would like to advice that at present and due to Covid 19 Pandemic all future Parish Council Meetings are currently suspended.

We shall keep you updated of when we intend to resume Council meetings.

The Clerk is still actively working to ensure that that council and financial business continues to be maintained.

We thank you for your patience in this matters


Barnetby Le Wold Parish Council

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Letters of Thanks for Support during COVID19

The Parish Council has issued individual letter of thanks to a number of local businesses thanking them for their support and efforts over and above during the COVID 19 outbreak.

For Notice Board Letters of Thanks v2

If you know of any other businesses or individuals going the extra mile to help the Barnetby community or supporting Key workers during these challenging times, please do get in touch with the clerk with details and we will ensure that the same level of appreciation is expressed of behalf of the Parish Council and the community of Barnetby le Wold.

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Postponement of Parish Council Meetings

Due to the current Coronavirus Pandemic, the following meetings are currently postponed:

Annual Meeting of the Parish – 20 April 2020

Barnetby Parish Council Meeting -  20 April 2020

The Parish Council is currently in discussion about future meetings and therefore we shall update accordingly


Rachael Reddin

Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer

09 April 2020

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Changes to bin/box collection dates over the festive period…

During the festive period  your bin and box collection dates may change due to the way the bank holidays fall this year.


Tuesday collections (Christmas Eve) will be collected one day earlier on Monday 23rd December

Wednesday collections (Christmas Day) will be collected one day earlier on Tuesday 24th December (Christmas Eve)

Thursday collections will be collected one day later on Friday 27th December

Friday collections will be collected one day later on Saturday 28th December



Tuesday collections (New Year’s Eve) will be collected one day earlier on Monday 30th December on

Wednesday collections (New Year’s Day) will be one day earlier on Tuesday 31st December (New Year’s Eve)



Garden waste bins will not be collected from Monday 16th December to Friday 10th January. Brown bin collections will start again week commencing Monday 13th January.


Your collection calendar will show which days each of your bins and boxes will be collected. If you don’t have a collection calendar, you can check the dates online at


Household Recycling Centres will be closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

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Humberside Police News Update

Newsletter Nov19

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