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Anyone lost a cat? Male, Black face, white whiskers and paws. Chest is white but rest of body is black with white speckled hairs. Middle aged. Very friendly but quite skinny

 Posted by Ella | 28/07/2016 22:56:46 | Post / View Replies | 1 reply to this message

Who is responsible for keeping public footpaths clear? I live on Collinge Road & there is a footpath that goes from the bottom of the road, along the bottom of the gardens of the houses on the left, and the cul-de-sac on the left. It goes across the fields to ***** Lane. The owner of the big house over the wall from the path has a Leylandii hedge that is well overgrown in height and also overgrown in width. It now goes across the public footpath and is now hanging over into some of the gardens. Can something be done?

 Posted by Anonymous | 05/07/2016 19:08:36 | Post / View Replies | 3 replies to this message

Anybody lost a rabbit in cowling. As we have found one.

 Posted by Sam | 26/07/2016 19:52:36 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

I am just writing on this site to complain about the parking at the bottom of sun street by our local radio station. Obviously safety does not matter to staff/dj's as they park either on the main road or bottom of sun street blocking the view of on coming traffic ! With the speed some vehicles come up the village this is dangerous.

 Posted by Paul Fearnley | 29/06/2016 19:52:42 | Post / View Replies | 1 reply to this message

In the absence of up to date parish council contacts and/or news on the parish council website and in our June and July newsletters .........

The next COWLING PARISH COUNCIL meeting will take place at St. Andrews M.C. at 7 p.m. on Monday 4th July. Meetings are usually held on the first Monday of the month unless its a bank holiday, so pls. watch out for any changes. Up to date Agendas can be found on our 3 village P.Council noticeboards at least 3 days prior to the meetings - Middleton, Main St. Rec. Ground and at Lane Ends. Public participation usually takes place at the beginning of meetings unless at the discretion of the chairman.
Cowling Parish Council members are ...... Philip Boocock (Chair), Andrew Lynch, Chris Carter, Maurice Benson, Tony Denning, Bill Mercer. Clerk - Andrew Mallinson. ( 3 vacancies to date.)
County Cllr. - Patrick Mulligan, District Cllr. - Bill Mercer.
Up to date draft minutes are to be found on the Cowlingcouncil.co.uk website.
Any difficulty contacting cllrs. or clerk, pls. get in touch with me for phone nos./addresses/email refs, and I will try to find until they are officially made public -Thanks!
Joan@Cowlingweb.co.uk (ex p.cllr.)

 Posted by Joan | 03/07/2016 13:31:03 | Post / View Replies | 1 reply to this message

100 YRS. - THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME - commemorated at Thiepval memorial -
Cowling associated men -
Private Richard Whitehall 11278 - lost his life 100 yrs. today 1st July 1916 on the first day of the Somme
Private Fred Benson 13694 died 11th July 1916
Private Cedric W. J. Cowgill 18297 died 24th August 1916 age 24.

 Posted by Joan | 01/07/2016 13:09:19 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

PLEASE HELP. My dog has gone missing. My son let him out and he ran off. He is a border collie type, quite tall, 3 colours, broad head for a collie. Please ring 07964412911 if you spot him - thank you.

 Posted by Denise Fox | 30/06/2016 09:45:57 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

I am just writing on this site to complain about the parking at the bottom of sun street by our local radio station. Obviously safety does not matter to staff/dj's as they park either on the main road or bottom of sun street blocking the view of on coming traffic ! With the speed some vehicles come up the village this is dangerous.

 Posted by Paul Fearnley | 29/06/2016 19:51:57 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Has anyone lost a tri coloured male collie? He's wearing a brown leather collar. Hanging around Middleton/starmire area.

 Posted by Emma | 29/06/2016 19:39:45 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

EU - LEAVE OR REMAIN REFERENDUM 23rd June - just read on a friend's Facebook Page - take a pen with you to vote - gobsmacked - why is it always a pencil? What is the reason pls?

 Posted by Joan | 17/06/2016 12:00:00 | Post / View Replies | 5 replies to this message


Planning application 22/2016/16926 for change of use of a section of Bannister Wood, Lane Ends Lane, Cowling to accommodate camping pods and associated car parking. The applicant has his house for sale. Previous applications for holiday accommodation adjacent to his property has been refused.
JT2

 Posted by David | 09/06/2016 23:49:40 | Post / View Replies | 1 reply to this message

Hi Does anyone know anyone whos got any zebra finches for sale in or around cowling?

 Posted by emma | 20/06/2016 09:10:08 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Previous 2 e/mails and (2 letters sent via the box in local shop.2.April/May 26th) No one ack my concerns.Re the new eqp for the rec field. Copy letter given to Andrew Mallinson 1st June re recreation field whilst marking up with red paint!the eqp will be too near existing houses which are in the conservation area and invasion of privacy.Height of eqp not given when I asked the retailer.Noise levels to residents. Not asked for our comments or able to see proposed plans and offer alternatives.This will be followed up via planning, enforcement, and MP. I worked in planning for over 27years this is not the way forward!A mutual scheme should allow for consultations from every interested party. Nothing against new eqp for children only where it is sited. See you on Monday night with I hope some answers, before you begin the work I hope.

 Posted by Miss Barbara Brunton | 01/06/2016 17:22:54 | Post / View Replies | 6 replies to this message

Could David Pearson please repost his message ?

Sorry I clicked delete instead of allow.

Mark.

 Posted by Mark @ Cowlingweb | 29/05/2016 03:58:11 | Post / View Replies | 2 replies to this message

MAIN STREET REC. GROUND - Where is the best location in our rec. ground to site a "Zip Wire" for the older kids? (similar to that at Ball Grove, Cottontree) - I have no idea what size this one is, but Ball Grove's takes up a long stretch of ground,and is well away from the younger children's equipment and any houses - it has been v. popular for many years, and lately had a refurb. - was there last week.
eg. pull down or move the tin shed and skatepark and site the new zip wire near to the Scars end wall - bearing in mind the footpath and stile? OR ??

 Posted by Joan | 03/06/2016 12:35:08 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

TALK entitled "1916 the Great War and its impact on Glusburn and Cross Hills" to be given by Mr. David Birks at Cross Hills Library on Weds. 29th June at 7.30 p.m. Tickets £2 inc. refreshments.
Pls. ring 01609 534502 to reserve your seat.

 Posted by LOCAL NOTICES | 03/06/2016 11:53:29 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Thankyou so much for the new photo. What a refreshing change!
Edna

 Posted by Edna Smith | 31/05/2016 12:01:28 | Post / View Replies | 1 reply to this message

The next Parish Council Meeting will take place on Monday 6th June at 7 p.m. at St. Andrews M.C. at the top of Walton Street. Public participation is usually at 7 p.m. or at the discretion of the chairman.

 Posted by LOCAL NOTICES | 03/06/2016 11:41:48 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

It was very nice of the farmer at Lane Ends Farm to spray the seat at Wainmans Bottoms with slurry

 Posted by David Armitage | 01/06/2016 04:57:09 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

INVICTUS GAMES - WILL TAKE PLACE IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA - ALL THIS WEEK. Cowling man Rob Cromey-Hawke is the Vice Captain of our British Team - coverage begins tonight on BBC 1 at 7.30 p.m.

 Posted by Joan | 09/05/2016 11:24:30 | Post / View Replies | 2 replies to this message

Well done to Bill Mercer...

 Posted by Mark @ Cowlingweb | 06/05/2016 18:57:06 | Post / View Replies | 2 replies to this message

OPEN DAY
Come along and register as a Volunteer
AT CROSS HILLS LIBRARY
(Soon to become a Community Library)
10am – 1pm
Saturday 11th June 2016
If you cannot attend for some reason and wish to register your details
Please contact us:
Tel: 01609 534502 (library opening hours) or
Email: crosshills.library@northyorks.gov.uk

 Posted by Muriel Jessop | 04/05/2016 23:47:22 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Re: CROSS HILLS LIBRARY
Cross Hills Library will be handed over to the community in April 2017. A small group of volunteers have formed and wish to ask the residents of Cowling Parish to complete a survey at the following link:
https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SouthCravenCommunityLibraryServices
This survey link will close 30th May 2016
If you have no internet access, please contact Cross Hills Library on
Tel: 01609 534502
Thank you for your help

 Posted by Muriel Jessop | 04/05/2016 23:43:02 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Is your team strong enough to win the Funday Tug of War?
There will be a tug of war held during Cowling Family Funday on Saturday 30 July.Each team must be made up of no more than 8 people.It could be your sports club,friends or work colleagues;it's up to you.You need to give your team a name and register to take part, no later than, 23 July 2016. Please register by email: cowling-gala@outlook.com. There will be a prize for the winning team

 Posted by Lesley Smith | 03/05/2016 15:54:35 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Correction to Cowling Family Funday article in Cowling News. Due to my inability to multitask very well, it has been brought to my attention of an error regarding the date of next meeting for Cowling Family Funday. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday 11 May (not April!) at 8pm in the Bay Horse. The more volunteers we have, even if just for a few hours, the better your village funday will be.
Hope to see enthusiastic and willing volunteers on 11 May.

 Posted by Lesley Smith | 03/05/2016 15:51:23 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

ELECTION OF THE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTH YORKSHIRE POLICE AREA and

ELECTION OF COUNCILLOR TO CRAVEN DISTRICT COUNCIL FOR THE COWLING WARD ................

will take place on Thursday 5th May 2016 at Cowling Village Hall, Acre Rd., from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.


 Posted by LOCAL NOTICES | 30/04/2016 12:37:54 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Hi All, I can see this question has been asked a few times but I can't find an answer anywhere. Does anyone know the current owner of Brush Farm on ***** Lane? It seems a mystery as to who the owner is and at the moment I have been told this is owned by a Doctor who currently lives in London? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks

 Posted by Tom Smith | 29/03/2016 14:39:24 | Post / View Replies | 2 replies to this message

Just received a phone call from Ashlands vets in Flushing. They have a female un-chipped Springer spaniel that was found in the manor park area of Cowling

 Posted by Jamie Scott | 07/04/2016 17:58:17 | Post / View Replies | 1 reply to this message

Library volunteers. Volunteers are good people. It is a shame that the whole of Britain could not get together and agree not to volunteer to run a library because if they did the government would have to do something.

 Posted by Banks | 30/03/2016 22:36:00 | Post / View Replies | 3 replies to this message

Does anyone know the latest regarding the old home next to High Adventure or the building next to the Bay Horse - can't find anything on the web about the planning or anything recent and the estate agents don't know anything (other than planning went in in 2014 for the one next to the pub - they couldn't even tell me if it had been granted or what it was for - good agent!!).

 Posted by Mark | 16/03/2016 08:09:32 | Post / View Replies | 1 reply to this message

I hope you don't mind me posting this on your site, but I was looking for some local knowledge. I am trying to trace my family tree and my ancestors were born and bred in cowling/ickornshaw /middleton for generations. I don't understand why there is no house numbers for Middleton on the 19th century census information. Can anyone enlighten me ?

 Posted by Debbie Lakin | 18/03/2016 20:51:32 | Post / View Replies | 1 reply to this message

The ANNUAL PARISH MEETING which is open to all Cowling's electors will take place on Monday 4th April at 6.30 p.m., St. Andrews M.C., top of Walton St. - followed by the usual parish council meeting.
This is a good chance for electors to air their views or even to give thanks for all the hard work Cowling Parish Council and Clerk put in all the year on residents' behalf!

After this meeting the present parish council will disband after their 4 year term of office, and a new council will be formed at the May Meeting. Anyone interested in joining the council - please get in touch with Andrew Mallinson, Parish Clerk - details on Cowlingcouncil.co.uk web site contacts list.

Voting for Cowling's new District Cllr. will take place at Cowling Village Hall on Thursday 5th May.

 Posted by LOCAL NOTICES | 26/03/2016 20:31:38 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

Can anyone help me with my question - I always assumed the field opposite Earl Crag View which links to Lane End Lane was a right of way across the farmers field ( small metal access gate from Keighley Rd ) but it has been blocked off at the Lane Ends Lane side. Does any one know why or know if this is actually a right of way? Also I have seen this route used by walkers for over 15 years - does it not become a right of way after such a long time of historical usage?

 Posted by S Owthwaite | 25/11/2015 10:50:11 | Post / View Replies | 4 replies to this message

Hi
Can anyone recommend a trustworthy, reliable cleaner?
Thank you
Liz

 Posted by Liz | 05/03/2016 10:13:03 | Post / View Replies | 2 replies to this message

COWLING COMPANIONS - OPEN MEETING on WEDS. 16TH March at 2 p.m. Cowling Village Hall - "Spellbound Films" by Anne and Gordon Sharpe (formerly Anne Smith/Binns of Cowling.)
Admission £2.50 which includes homemade refreshments.

 Posted by LOCAL NOTICES | 12/03/2016 14:01:31 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

At Cross Hills Library on Thurs. 17th March at 7.30 p.m. a talk
by local historian David Gulliver

"The Courts and Manors of South Craven"

Tickets £2 including refreshments - from the library or email Crosshills.library@northyorks.gov.uk or Phone 01609 534502

 Posted by LOCAL NOTICES | 03/03/2016 22:43:26 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

We are looking for a 1-2 bedroomed house/flat/apartment to rent in Cowling. If anyone can help please contact us asap:
cleaverclan@yahoo.co.uk
01535 637588
07732 624684

 Posted by Richard & Lesley Cleaver | 23/02/2016 12:03:01 | Post / View Replies | 3 replies to this message

I'm looking for photo's of 1st St Andrews Brownies c 1981 to 1984 which may have me on. I am an now an owl at 2nd Addingham Brownies and the girls would love to see a photo of me as a Brownie. Here's hoping. Thank you x

 Posted by Emma Turner (nee Towers) | 25/02/2016 17:34:34 | Post / View Replies | 2 replies to this message

Does anyone have or know of a house to rent in the village that will accept pets?

 Posted by R.Cleaver | 22/02/2016 12:08:17 | Post / View Replies | 0 replies to this message

There will be a meeting in the Bay Horse on Wednesday 24th February at 8pm for ANYONE willing to help with this year's event. Please just come along.

 Posted by Lucy peberdy | 14/02/2016 08:14:19 | Post / View Replies | 2 replies to this message

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