Welcome to the
Glusburn and Cross Hills Hub

The hub is a partnership between 'Glusburn and Cross Hills Parish Council' and 'Wibbly Webbly Websites'.

The aim of the hub is to keep you informed on what is going on in the local area and for everyone to discuss what should be happening.

Within this 'Hub' we also intend to pool local information from social media pages and newspapers, alongside knowledge from historians and photography archives.

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1 day ago

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More road disruption in the village

We are having a new safety base put down under the big swings in Glusburn Park. weather permitting. Our Park keeper , James Christopher Cowgill has now fenced these off, temporarily, whilst we wait for the 'Wetpour' safety base to be put down. we apologise for any inconvenience, but we do have to keep things safe. Jenny Wood. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

We are having a new safety base put down under the big swings in Glusburn  Park.  weather permitting. Our Park keeper , James Christopher Cowgill  has now fenced these off, temporarily, whilst we wait for the Wetpour safety base to be put down. we apologise for any  inconvenience, but we do have to keep things safe.    Jenny Wood.

‪Please be aware that in coming weeks, the Craven District Council recycling bins in our car park will no longer be there. ‬This is not our choice and we have NOT requested the removal, however, the council has deemed it necessary to go ahead with the removal of these bins. Please contact them for further information. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Comment on Facebook

Could the massive pot hole at entrance to institute car park be filled in please ?

Another positive feedback regarding Glusburn Park.
The Parish council received this email from a local resident:😊

Messages:
Hi there I’d just like to compliment the parish council and the park keeper on the the presentation and quality of glusburn park throughout the year it has looked great. We visit the park daily, it’s a true credit to the community, well done to you all.

Well done Chris - J C Cowgill Grounds Maintenance
m.facebook.com/jccowgillltd/
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Comment on Facebook

Have they actually done any work where the 3 way lights are?! ☹️

A629 what are they gunna be doing for 2 weeks there anyone?

Louise Harris Zoe Evans jess

Oh, deep joy... *sigh*

Helen Mills xx

Jonny Lilley Max Key

Mike Loftus

Keith Pearson

Sharon

Bill Vellacott

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The Parish Council would like to say thankyou to Airedale Chemical of Crosshills for their generous donation of a Defibrillator - now installed on the car park wall of Glusburn Institute ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

The Parish Council would like to say thankyou to Airedale Chemical of Crosshills for their generous donation of a Defibrillator - now installed on the  car park wall of Glusburn Institute

 

Comment on Facebook

They do have a Facebook page. Future events are usually listed. I'll check it too, if no details are available about the defibulator course, I will find out for you.

If you contact Glusburn Institute, Ron Gulliver, they will be running a course for their staff, volunteers and the general public. This will instruct people on how to use the defibullator Jenny Wood .

been but shut friday

how to get in to it if need please, i am local , ron

Always nice to get positive feedback:😊
We received this message about Glusburn Park from a local resident :

Messages: GLUSBURN PARK
Hi,
I would just like to say how well maintained this park is. I have lived in Baxter wood, on and off, for 45 years and that facility has never been any where near as good as it s now.
I have compliment
the young guy who works in there, but thought it would be nice to pass a comment through to the parish council.
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3 months ago


Craven First World War Project

Newsletter Dec 14

#Thisweek 100yearsago Another pantomime scheduled to come to Skipton Craven Herald NorthYorks Libraries #Skipton #WW1 ... See MoreSee Less

20 hours ago

#Thisweek 100yearsago Big military offensive to end the war on the Western Front predicted Craven Herald NorthYorks Libraries #Skipton #WW1 ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

#Thisweek 100yearsago Big military offensive to end the war on the Western Front predicted Craven Herald NorthYorks Libraries #Skipton #WW1

#Thisweek 100yearsago Vegetarians finding it a struggle to eat healthy due to wartime food shortages Craven Herald NorthYorks Libraries #Skipton #WW1 ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

#Thisweek 100yearsago Vegetarians finding it a struggle to eat healthy due to wartime food shortages Craven Herald NorthYorks Libraries #Skipton #WW1

#Thisweek 100yearsago Concerns expressed about dancing into the late hours during war time Craven Herald NorthYorks Libraries #Skipton #WW1 ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

#Thisweek 100yearsago Concerns expressed about dancing into the late hours during war time Craven Herald NorthYorks Libraries #Skipton #WW1

This week 100yearsago A little British humor lightens up the wartime mood @CravenHerald @nycclibraries #Skipton #WW1 ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

This week 100yearsago A little British humor lightens up the wartime mood @CravenHerald  @nycclibraries  #Skipton #WW1

100 years ago today the first German Officers arrived in Skipton and were imprisoned at Raikeswood Camp. Lots of activities planned over the next year, including a website, archaeology dig and exhibition. Watch this space... ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

#Thisweek Consumer exploitation by manufacturers leads to enforced price reductions of whiskey @CravenHerald @nycclibraries #Skipton #WW1 ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

#Thisweek Consumer exploitation by manufacturers leads to enforced price reductions of whiskey @CravenHerald @nycclibraries #Skipton #WW1

#Thisweek 100yearsago Statistics show huge decline in drunkenness of women during war @CravenHerald @nycclibraries #Skipton #WW1 ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

#Thisweek 100yearsago Statistics show huge decline in drunkenness of women during war @CravenHerald @nycclibraries #Skipton #WW1

#Thisweek 100yearsago Biggest snowstorm in years paralyzes the Dales @CravenHerald @nycclibraries #Skipton #WW1 ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

#Thisweek 100yearsago Biggest snowstorm in years paralyzes the Dales @CravenHerald @nycclibraries #Skipton #WW1

#Thisweek 100yearsago Systems explained for obtaining sugar after the New Year @CravenHerald @nycclibraries #Skipton #WW1 ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

#Thisweek 100yearsago Systems explained for obtaining sugar after the New Year @CravenHerald @nycclibraries #Skipton #WW1

#Thisweek 100yearsago Much interest in Founder's Day celebration planned at Ermysted School @CravenHerald @nycclibraries #Skipton #WW1 ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

#Thisweek 100yearsago Much interest in Founders Day celebration planned at Ermysted School @CravenHerald @nycclibraries #Skipton #WW1

#Thisweek 100yearsago Skipton Railway Clerks hold fundraiser for Soldier Parcel Fund @CravenHerald @nycclibraries #Skipton #WW1 ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

#Thisweek 100yearsago Skipton Railway Clerks hold fundraiser for Soldier Parcel Fund @CravenHerald @nycclibraries #Skipton #WW1


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