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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 2020 should apply in writing or email and enclose a copy of their profit and loss accounts and balance sheet for their last financial year to the address below by Monday 9th September 2019:

Norton-on-Derwent Town Council

The Old Courthouse,

84B Commercial Street,

Norton,

Malton

YO17 9ES

email:  norton.tc@btconnect.com

Passionate about the environment? Here’s a chance to get involved locally with the new Environment Group.

Could your local good cause qualify to take advantage of a £500 community grant from the Malton, Norton and District Lions?

Norton on Derwent Town Council

Stand as a Local Councillor

We currently have two vacancies. Please apply in writing, closing date 12th June 2019.

Make a difference in your parish – get involved with the community – have your say on local issues – influence local service delivery – decide how money is spent

Norton on Derwent Town Council, The Old Courthouse, 84b Commercial Street, Norton, YO17 9ES

01653 695348 – norton.tc@btconnect.com

Fundraising Quiz on behalf of Ryedale Community Leisure Centre, Friday 5th April at 7:30pm. Details of how to enter on attached poster.

Norton on Derwent Town Council

Stand as a Local Councillor

Polling Day Thursday 2nd March 2019

Make a difference in your parish – get involved with the community – have your say on local issues – influence local service delivery – decide how money is spent

For nomination packs contact the Electoral Officer, Ryedale District Council, Ryedale House, Malton, YO17 7HH

01653 600666 – enquiries@ryedale.gov.uk

Notice is hereby given that the ANNUAL TOWN MEETING will be held on Monday 18th March at 6.30pm.

Members of the public are welcome to attend.

Norton on Derwent Town Council Chambers, 84b Commercial Street, Norton, YO17 9ES

Calling all skate park users. Check out the new ramp and give us some feedback please. We have taken the old pyramid and added a flat central surface, we have also removed the old skaterlite surface and added a new galvanised perforated steel surface. Do you like it? Does it ride ok? Please let us know by emailing Tim at norton.tc@btconnect.com. We want to upgrade all the park in this way. What would you like to see? Would you like anything adding? We are conscious that we would like to improve the circulation of the park so think about how we could achieve that? Would you like to see the big half pipe removed at that area redeveloped? This is a chance to have your say and give us your feedback. Parents and friends of skate park users, please give them a nudge and ask them to feedback. Thank you.

Saturday saw a packed house down at Ryedale Community Leisure Centre (Bowling Club) for the 71st Norton Senior Citizens Over 65’s New Year Party run by the Town Council. The main meal and desserts were excellent, thanks to the bowling club staff for catering so well. Entertainment was provided by Four Quarters as well as singalong and Dance Expresssion dance troupe and singers were first rate. We hope that the seniors really enjoyed themselves and from the feedback we have recieved so far a good time was had by many.