Remember to get in touch if you would like to attend the free Pollinators and Plants talk on Wednesday 10th February. The talk will last for about an hour followed by a chance to ask questions and have a discussion about the next steps for the Bug Trail in Great Ayton. Email Caryn Loftus for the link to the meeting.
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When: Sunday 10th March
Where: Meet on High Green, Great Ayton at 2pm.
Join Martin Allen, an expert local botanist, on a free walk along the High Street in Great Ayton to help plan how we can make the village more attractive for people and pollinators.
The walk and talk along the High Street to Low Green will last about an hour with an optional extension along Guisborough Road to Camp Corner and back down Newton Road.
Funded by North Yorkshire County Council’s Stronger Communities Programme with support from Great Ayton Parish Council and Brighten Up Great Ayton group.
For further information contact: Caryn Loftus, Moor Sustainable CIC
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Thank you to all those who came to the 2018 New Year’s Eve ceilidh and made it such a great night.
We are delighted to let you know that we have booked Christ Church Hall, the Cleveland Bays Folk Band and caller Ian Appleyard, for the New Year’s Eve Ceilidh 2019. Tickets will go on sale from the 1st November. Information about buying tickets will be sent out nearer the time.
If you would like a dance before then why don’t you come to the Cleveland Bays next ceilidh in the WI Hall, Newton Road, Great Ayton on Saturday 23rd March?
Come and help the Whitby Esk Energy team for a couple of hours on site on the afternoon of Thursday 8th November. They will be undertaking a variety of site tidying tasks including cutting back vegetation. Meet at the railway crossing gate at 2.00pm.
Please let us know if you are able to join us, by emailing or phoning 07410 549833, for directions and in case we need to change plans due to weather.
Congratulations to the winners of our Hunt for Herbs photo competition: Jane Ellis, Margaret Grant and Peter Morgan.
The prize for the ‘Best Station Adopters Herb Box’ was won by Nunthorpe Station Adopters whose herbs were individually marked and looked fresh and vibrant. It was such a close call that it was decided to award two ‘Highly Commended’ to both Egton and Kildale Adopters.
The Esk Valley Railway Development Company would like to thank all those who maintain the Herb Boxes to such high standards and they hope you continue to enjoy sampling the different herbs.