Annual Report

You can read the Mayor's Annual Report here

 

Services

You can ask about any town council service or other matter in the town library any time it is open.

Contractors

From time to time the council seeks tenders from local contractors for a variety of projects.  None right now - keep looking.

Grants

The council can make grants for projects that benefit the town.  More details...

Fix My Street

Quite a few problems can be reported through Fix My Street - a web site with links to Ryedale and North Yorskhire Councils.

The Moorsider

The Moorsider is the town newsletter and is published about four times a year.  A copy is delivered to every household in Kirkbymoorside.  You can download a copy of the latest edition here.

Previous editions are listed below:

December 2012

February 2013

July 2013

December 2013

April 2014

November 2014

March 2015

June 2015

November 2015

March 2016

December 2016

July 2017

 

 

The Moorside Room

 

The Moorside Room @ 9 Church Street, Kirkbymoorside, YO62 6AZ is available for hire. The space is ideal for exhibitions, meetings, children's parties, exercise classes, fund raising events  and is the venue for the Kirkbymoorside Musical Memories sessions.

Click Here for a Booking Form

HIRE CHARGES

Commercial bookings @ £10 per hour

A 30% discount is available to Local Community Groups and Charities @ £7 per hour

Rates may be negotiated for block bookings and certain events such as exhibitions at the discretion of the Town Clerk.

 

 

Manor Vale

Manor Vale is extensively used by the local community for quiet recreation and has open public access. It is located at the northern edge of the town, and is owned and managed by Kirkbymoorside Town Council. Read more about it here.

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Christmas Wishes

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Kirkbymoorside Town Council would like to extend its whole hearted thanks to everyone involved with the town Christmas decorations.

Every year there is a collective effort by teams of volunteers to bring Christmas to Kirkbymoorside. The team responsible for arranging the small Christmas trees that are mounted on brackets and adorn the outside of the properties is led by Pam Towler. About 35 years ago Pam set up the scheme initially for the shops and businesses in the town centre. The brackets were originally made at the forge by Mike Hammond and Richard Harrison, latterly by Gerry McMahon and Bob Ibbotson and now they are available from Richard Milestone. Gradually the numbers increased as home owners joined the scheme and now there are approximately 150 trees mounted on brackets throughout the town.

Special thanks go to Pam Towler and Julie Watson who liaise with the residents and businesses and make all the necessary arrangements each year; Rita Gibson and Stephen Helm for storing the trees and ensuring they get allocated; Mark Robinson and Darren Collier who put up the trees and of course all the residents and business owners who are part of the Christmas tree scheme.

Thanks very much to James Holt who very generously donates the two large Christmas trees for the Market Place and the churchyard every year and to Phil Todd and his colleagues who install the trees. The Christmas motifs and lights on the Christmas trees are put up by another team of volunteers and special thanks go to Mark Robinson, Darren Collier, Paul Featherston, Tony Barnet, Shane Johnson, Andy Prout, Doug Taylor, Phil Ward, Sid Brackley, Paul Todd and Phil Gospel. Thanks also to Chris Clarke and Brian Collins for ensuring all the lights are safe and completing the electrical element of the exercise.

There will not be any Christmas lights on the A170 roundabout this year as it is under construction. However, fairy lights will adorn the two silver birch trees on Piercy End and one on High Market Place and thanks go to Mick and Ann Potter, the Saxon Family and Donald Horsfield who have permitted these lights to be plugged in to their premises.

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Regards,

Lisa Bolland

Town Clerk

On behalf of Kirkbymoorside Town Council

Town Council Office

Church House

7 High Market Place
Kirkbymoorside
York YO62 6AT
Tel: 01751 432217

Send us a message now

Please be aware that the office is closed on Mondays and Fridays. The Town Clerk is available in the library on Wednesdays between 12 and 2pm.

Meetings

The full council normally meets on the third Monday of each month except August.  Meetings start at 7.30 pm in Church House, High Market Place, Kirkbymoorside.  For committee meetings or to check on council meetings, please refer to our calendar.

Town History

Kirkbymoorside has a long and interesting history.  The local history group has built a collection of documents and items and has created a body of writing about the town's past.  You can find a summary here, or look out for exhibitions by the group.