Last updated: 12/3/17
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A funeral for Mrs Sutcliffe of Magestic House, Grafton will be held at Stone Fall Crematorium in Harrogate on Wednesday 22 March at 2:20 pm. As Mrs Sutcliffe has no known family, this notice is in lieu of any other communication.
Hambleton Community Action has the answer - Wheels 2 Work (a not for profit charity) has a fleet of mopeds for loan. Since its launch in 2001 hundreds of local people have benefited from the scheme.
Successful candidates receive a moped, safety equipment, insurance, tax and bike servicing for a small weekly contribution.
To be eligible for the scheme you must:
Live in North Yorkshire
Be 16 or over
Have no suitable transport to travel to work, training or education
Hold a provisional licence
For more information and to apply online, visit www.hambletoncommunityaction.org or telephone Andy Reddick 01609 780458 Ext 209.
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Meetings are usually held on the first Thursday of the month at 7:30 pm in the Memorial Hall. Check the Parish Council page for details.
Usually held on the first Saturday of the month in the Memorial Hall - look out for the sign on the fence as you pass the hall and the A-board on the corner of the green in Grafton.
Every Sunday in the Punch Bowl Inn - 8:00 pm start. Your entry fee includes supper and there's a raffle as well as a prize for the winners.
Link to the excellent History of Marton cum Grafton website.