‘Scott Road Triangle’ residents meeting

Story by Gareth Coleman

Residents of Scott Road (from no. 100 upwards), Sturton, Skipton, Pexton, Gayton, Blayton, Kirton Osgathorpe Roads as well as Osgathorpe Drive meet every few months.

We chat about living round here and issues, like litter, kids playing in the road, and illegal motorbikes.

We share information about events, how to report problems and generally help each other.

We are often joined by local councillors who help deal with issues.

A litter pick takes place monthly on every second Saturday.

If you live or work in the ‘Scott Road Triangle’ (we’re still looking for a better name!) then

our next meeting is on 15th June 6.30-8pm at St Peters Church, Lyons Street.

The main talking point will be the selective licensing scheme and if it would help us in our neighbourhood, plus whatever else people want to talk about.

More information from Gareth on 07968 915 496.

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