That was the week that was 26th Nov 2016

The week began with a tea dance at Acomb library

The week began with a tea dance at Acomb library

Cllr Sue Hunter (centre) visited Venturefest at teh racecourse. The annual exhibition provides a showcase for local businesses

Cllr Sue Hunter (centre) visited Venturefest at the racecourse. The annual exhibition provides a showcase for local businesses

The Polioce sustained increased patrolinhg levels in Chapelfields. Fewer compalinstr about anti social behaviour across west York have been received this week

The Police sustained increased patrolling levels in Chapelfields. Fewer complaints about anti social behaviour across west York have been received this week

Councillors were out and about reporting issues for attention. These included leaf fall in Rylatt Place

Councillors were out and about reporting issues for attention. These included leaf fall in Rylatt Place

and day burnign street lights

Day burning street light reported by Andrew Waller

Graffiti in Acomb Green

Graffiti in Acomb Green

dumping and vandalism in the Beacosnfield Street back lane

and dumping and vandalism in the Beaconsfield Street back lane

Fly tipping on Gale Lane

Fly tipping

Car parking problems on School Street were reported. A survey is being undertaken to see whether residents want a ResPark scheme to be introduced in the area.

Car parking problems on School Street were reported. A survey is being undertaken to see whether residents want a ResPark scheme to be introduced in the area.

A new bollard was provided at the junction of Tudor Road and Kingsway West.  Intended to improve road safety its precise effect is a puzzle to many

A new bollard was provided at the junction of Tudor Road and Kingsway West. Intended to improve road safety its precise effect is a puzzle to many

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The week ended with today’s Acomb Market and Christmas lights switch on (4:00pm). Over £6000 was raised by voluntary donations to fund the lights

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  1. […] Venturefest event, which as recently as last November attracted over 1000 participants to York Racecourse,  is […]

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