The Rufforth section of the path, from Milestone Avenue to the cattle crush entrance, which is a permissive path, is required to be closed to the public one day a year, on the third Tuesday in December.
Please note that the path will, therefore, be closed for one day only on 21 December this year.
Connexions buses continue to run between Wetherby and York as normal. Please see the latest timetable and fares on the Connexions website.
Chairman’s Report – Annual Parish Meeting, 12th April 2021
It is now two years since the Parish Meeting has been held, last year’s meeting being cancelled due to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
View the latest Chairman’s report which covers the intervening period.
The subject of dog fouling continues to blight the villages. Residents are reminded of their responsibilities with regard to clearing up after their dogs.
There are bins situated throughout both villages and along the cycle path.
Please be considerate to others.
Flying on Rufforth Airfield
Full-time flying recommences on 31st March.
Please keep to the footpath and keep your dogs on a lead.
Post Office Opening Hours
A reminder that Rufforth Post Office (at the Methodist Church) is operating reduced hours during lockdown. It will be open on Thursdays only between 10am and 12 noon.
The City of York Council Coronavirus helpline is still in place for anyone who needs support, be it someone to talk to or collecting food and medicines. If you need help get in touch with them at COVID19help@york.gov.uk or by calling 01904 551550.
Community Speed Watch
We are always looking for volunteers in Rufforth and Knapton to help reduce traffic speed by the use of hand held speed guns, If you are interested please contact the clerk by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01904 738751.
The defibrillators are now installed outside the Rufforth Institute Hall and the Red Lion Pub, Knapton. Anyone can have access to the defibrillator by dialing 999 and giving the code on the cabinet.