Welcome to Kirk Deighton Parish Council
Our website is designed by the parish council for the village. Here you will find latest news, events and developments relating to village life.
Following the sad news that David Scorah died on Friday 19 June the Parish Council has opened a Book of Condolences. If you would like to sign it please call David Richardson 07860 119927 to arrange a suitable day/time. The funeral will be held on Wednesday 1 July at 3pm and will be limited to immediate family due to current restrictions. The funeral cars will pass through Kirk Deighton at 14.25 if residents wish to pay their respects.
David Scorah served Kirk Deighton as a Parish Councillor being Chairman for many years. He was a Trustee of the old Village Institute and the old Community Centre and the New Village Hall. During his time in office David served the village very enthusiastically and professionally was always a great ‘font of knowledge’ and will be sadly missed.
Our thoughts are with Carol and her family at this incredibly sad time.
Chair – Kirk Deighton Parish Council
There has been a tremendous response to the request for volunteers to help those who are vulnerable and self isolating. Many residents are already helping their neighbours.
If you would like to volunteer or anticipate that you may need help please complete this form SELF-ISOLATING LEAFLET.docx (1) and return to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need help now please email email@example.com or call David Richardson on 01937 583505 or 07860119927
For updates about the impact of the coronavirus on Harrogate Borough Council services sign up to their Residents’ News newsletter at: www.harrogate.gov.uk/covid19 or https://tinyurl.com/HBCResidentsNews
The Bay Horse Grocery & Meal Delivery Service is now available during the Coronavirus outbreak
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Please note the next Parish Council Meeting will take place on Tuesday 14 July 2020.
A big thank you to every on who took part in the Village Litter Pick on Saturday 14 March 2020.
Please click here to see a Summary of questionnaire results