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November 2014

Council News Archive - November 2014

  • Superfast Christmas present for Settle!

    The whole of Settle, Giggleswick and Langcliffe can now access high-speed fibre broadband.

  • Council freezes car park charges for fourth year in a row

    Craven District Council is to freeze car parking charges for 2015-2016. Despite budget pressures, the Council has decided it would be unreasonable to put up parking charges in the current economic climate.

  • Craven Businesses win White Rose Award

    Congratulations to three Craven businesses announced as winners of the Welcome to Yorkshire White Rose Awards

  • Skatepark campaign reaches £100,000 target

    Yorventure Environmental Body has awarded £27,085 to Friends of Aireville Park for the Save Skipton Skatepark Campaign (SSSC). With this donation, the campaign for a new skatepark has reached its target of £100,000 after just 8 months of fundraising.

  • Pop-up community café is hit with residents

    South Skipton Project ran a pop up community café during half term, Scoff Café at Greatwood and Horseclose Community Centre. It served hot breakfast sandwiches, jacket potatoes, and pie and peas and was very popular with residents.