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Great Whitby Bake Sale in aid of Refugees & Asylum Seekers 31st October


The Great Whitby Bake Sale Saturday 31st October 10-3 St. John's Church, Baxtergate, Whitby. Selling produce to raise money to help refugees and asylum seekers. Please bake cakes, pies, scones, loaves or whatever you want and bring on the day or arrange for them to be collected beforehand - and/ or come and help on the day. 
Let's join together to make a difference!
Proceeds for Unicef Children of Syria Appeal - Christian Aid Refugee Crisis Appeal and The Mary Thompson Fund.
For more info contact Helen Webster Helenweb2@gmail.com 01947 602248 or Malcolm Jackson maljackoagain@gmail.com 01947 605686 / 07881930584

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Campaign against local bus cuts - public meeting 8th October


Proposed cuts to bus services



 All residents concerned about the North Yorkshire County Council’s proposed cuts to bus subsidies in and around Whitby are welcome to a public meeting to be held on Thursday 8th October in Goathland Village Hall at 6.30 p.m. Come half an hour early if you would be willing to be in a photo.

Bus services affected are the 93 between Scarborough and Middlesbrough, the 840 Coastliner running from Whitby to Leeds, the DR18 from Glaisdale to Guisborough, DR10 Esk Valley to Whitby and the 99 Whitby to Lealholm route.

There will be a chance to find out more and discuss your concerns with parish, borough and county councillors, as well as with a representative from Coastliner, and Richard Owens from the NYCC Integrated Passenger Transport Group.

The consultation period is officially over but many people are still not aware of how these changes could affect them. Please contact the Moors Bus Campaign Group if you need help with transport to the meeting via
jackiefearnley123@gmail.com   or phone 0779 1479 309

Thank you!

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We are Whitby meeting Wed 7th October 6-7p.m.


Meeting of We are Whitby at Bobbins, 10 Skinner Street, Whitby. (meeting room on first floor)


Wednesday 7th October 6p.m. - 7p.m.



 





To review how the last Christmas Market went & whether We are Whitby continues as a group committed to working together and supporting each other as a community. 

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