Following on from the success of the inaugral event last year, Norton is pround to once again incoroprate the Santa Fun Run as part of the Christmas Light Switch on, in support of RSF. The fun will start at 2pm on Sunday 2nd December with races at 3.00pm, 3.30pm, 3.45pm and 4.00pm with the light switch on at 4.30pm. We are looking forward to this being hosted again by Minster FM and special guest Ryan Swain. There will be street stalls, hot food by Fletchers of Norton beverages and cakes by Next Steps and the Norton Community Library – North Yorks will have a host of stalls inside the building, including a face painter. LMS Events & Entertainments will be here again with their wind up horses and new for this year, crazy golf. There will be a funfair in the grounds of the library Marshall Waddington’s Funfairs. Entry details on the attached poster. You won’t want to miss it, see you all there, please like and share. Special thanks too to supporters The Smile Rooms Dental Practice, The Handy Mag and Yorkshire Building Society, Malton.
The next Malton & Norton Community & Police (CAP) meeting is to be held on Thursday 1st November, 7pm, at Community House, Wentworth Street, Malton (Wentworth Street Car Park Entrance). All welcome to attend and have a say on local policing and community issues.
NORTON ON DERWENT TOWN COUNCIL
GRANTS TO VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS
Voluntary organisations providing a service or facilities in the interests of the inhabitants of Norton-on-Derwent and wishing to be considered for grant aid in the year ending 31 March 2019 should apply in writing or email and enclose a copy of the accounts and balance sheet for their last financial year to the address below by Tuesday 11th September 2018:
Norton-on-Derwent Town Council
The Old Courthouse,
84B Commercial Street,
Notice is hereby given that the
ANNUAL TOWN MEETING
NORTON ON DERWENT TOWN COUNCIL
will be held on Monday 21st May at 6.30pm
Members of the Public are welcome to attend.
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Frack Free United together with local fracking groups have organised a series of meetings to raise awareness of the potential of fracking coming closer to home. Please note the meeting dates. The Malton / Norton meeting is being held at Norton St Peters Church House on Friday 9th February at 7pm.
VACANCY FOR TOWN COUNCILLOR TO SERVE
THE NORTON EAST WARD
Make A difference to your parish council
*Get involved with your community
*Have your say on local issues
*Influence local service delivery
*Decide how money is spent
A vacancy has arisen for a Town Councillor to serve the Norton East Ward. Nominations for co-option are invited from persons aged over 18, who live within a 3 mile radius of the parish.
Nominations should outline the reasons for wanting to serve as a Councillor and be sent to the address below:
The Old Courthouse, 84b Commercial Street,
Norton, Malton, YO17 9ES
If you pre-order your Christmas Tree from Norton Hardware 10% of profits goes to the local charity Ryedale Special Families.
The womens institute are raising awareness of the causes and impact of loneliness. They are holding a coffee morning next month, any age male and female are invited, there will be dominos and cards, tea coffee home made cake, also a bag of freebies to take home and a free prize draw to win a hamper donated by the ladies of Malton WI. Tuesday 14th November 11am to 1pm. Do come along.
The Woodhams Stone Collection are having an exhibition at Norton Trinity Church, this Saturday, 21st October from 10am to 4pm. Come along and see some of this fascinating local history relating to our town.