ASENBY PARISH COUNCIL
“The Asenby playground has re-opened with the usual Covid caveats that :-
You must not use the equipment if you have any Covid symptoms.
The latest social distancing guidelines must be followed.
You should sanitise your hands before and after using the equipment …..
neither the playground nor the equipment has been sanitised and is used entirely at your own risk.
There is a more detailed notice posted at the entrance to the play area.”
Hello Asenby Villagers,
As we wake up to a strange new world, we have already received a first offer from a villager happy to help those in self-isolation. Asenby Parish Council, in conjunction with Asenby Institute, has already started to be pro-active in getting together a list of villagers who can help with shopping and other vital daily chores. These names will be added to a flyer to be distributed to houses throughout the village.
If you can offer your help to anyone who may need it over the coming weeks, please either contact us on 01845 578057 so your details can be passed to Judith Lowe or ring her direct on 01845 577911. Those who need help may not be on social media, so I encourage you to add your name to the flyer.
Thank you for your help.
Asenby Parish Council
WELCOME to Asenby Village Website!
Asenby is a village in the Harrogate District of North Yorkshire, with a population of approximately three hundred.
It lies about five miles south-west of Thirsk, seven miles east of Ripon and twelve miles south of the county town of Northallerton.
The village is mentioned in the Doomsday Book. It was part of the manor of Topcliffe at the time of the Norman invasion.
Asenby lies on the south bank of the River Swale and the majority of the surrounding land is given to farming.
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