The presentations and draft minutes from the Dringhouses & Woodthorpe Ward Committee meeting held on 3rd March 2020 have been published on the council website HERE
Community groups across Dringhouses & Woodthorpe are invited to submit applications for ward funding to support their work in 2020/21. The application deadline is 10th April.
Applications will then be considered by the Ward Team and reviewed against the published ward priorities.
All residents are invited to come along to the Dringhouses & Woodthorpe Ward Committee meeting on Tuesday 3rd March at St Edward the Confessor Church on Tadcaster Road.
There is a drop-in from 6.30pm with the main meeting starting at 7pm.
Young people in the Westfield and Dringhouses & Woodthorpe wards aged 12 years or older are invited to sign up for a free four-day course which can lead to a Level 1 Sports Leadership qualification.
The course, which for local young people is being funded from ward budgets, will be run by York City FC Foundation from Monday 17th to Thursday 20th February at Foxwood Community Centre.
To find out more or to book a place, call 01904 559508 or e-mail email@example.com
Representatives from First Bus and the council’s iTravel team attended the joint Dringhouses & Woodthorpe and Westfield Ward Committee meeting on 3rd October at the York Indoor Bowls Club.
Local councillors and residents had a look around one of the newer and more environmentally-friendly ‘Euro 5’ buses being rolled out on the route and were able to raise questions and concerns about timetables and reliability.
There has been some confusion around recent timetable changes which will hopefully be resolved soon.
Under normal circumstances, bus services are required to be registered at a minimum of 6 weeks’ notice. Part of the reason for this is to allow local authorities sufficient time to input timetable data into the national Traveline system and use the data to produce stop-specific bus stop posters – a process which involves a number of external agencies and usually takes around 3 weeks in total.
As the council decision to provide financial support to retain the Woodthorpe-Foxwood section of the route was only formally signed off last week, First and council officers had a very short time to register the service and produce timetables. The service 12 timetables currently up at stops are therefore short-term temporary posters which will be replaced with full-size composite displays as soon as possible.
The number 12 bus timetable can be accessed on the First York website HERE
Residents of Dringhouses & Woodthorpe and Westfield wards are invited to a joint Ward Committee meeting at 7pm on Thursday 3 October at the Indoor Bowls Club on Thanet Road.
There will be a drop-in from 6.30pm with an opportunity to chat to local councillors, ask questions of a representative from First Bus and share memories with the Foxwood Local History Group.
All residents are invited to the Dringhouses & Woodthorpe Ward Committee meeting on Thursday 11 July at Woodthorpe Primary School.
There will be a drop-in from 6.30 with the main meeting starting at 7pm.
Local voluntary and community groups are being invited to apply for funding from the Dringhouses & Woodthorpe Ward Committee.
In recent years funding has been awarded to a range of groups who are working to make Dringhouses & Woodthorpe a better place to live. For 2019/20 the ward budget has been set at £19,585. There is a separate ward highways fund of £13,991.
Further information is available on the ward page on the council website at https://www.york.gov.uk/info/20155/wards/127/dringhouses_and_woodthorpe_ward
The installation of seven new parking bays for residents on Dringfield Close, off Chaloners Road, has been completed. The bays are constructed from ‘EcoGrid’ with gravel filling and have helped to address a chronic lack of parking provision in this narrow cul de sac.
The scheme was funded by the Dringhouses & Woodthorpe Ward Committee budget and the Housing Environmental Improvement Programme.
Thanks to funding from the Ward Committee budget, trees have been planted around the area. Some replace trees that have been felled and others are new.
We are hopeful of being able to plant more trees provided that issues relating to utilities beneath verges can be resolved.