Sunday Service from the Ingleborough Team.
Weekly Service from the Ingleborough Team :- Sunday the 25th of October.

We will continue to share the youtube clip of the Sunday Services here until the Churches reopen.
You can subscribe to the Ingleboro team youtube channel as an alternative..

When we last looked, LA27 was classed as Craven for Tier classification.The link to check the current rules and advice is below, Listing what you can do and what you shouldnt do.
Click here
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Walking group information

Events in and around Bentham

Coop Throw Away Friday

October
Friday
30
Fri, 30. October 2020, h:m - h:m


The Co-op Throw Away Friday is starting right here in Bentham with a brand new neighbourhood pilot scheme!

Every last Friday in the month, we are encouraging Bentham folk to leave out any tins of food they don’t want or need and they will be collected for the Pop Up …

Bentham Bonfire CANCELLED !

October
Saturday
31
Sat, 31. October 2020, h:m - h:m
Bentham Bonfire and Firework DIsplay.    Sadly the committee have decided to cancell this year as there are lots of committments etc,..
PoppiesandCrosses
The Churches Together in Bentham are planning a small outdoor commemoration for
Remembrance Day at 11am at school hill on the 11th of November.
We will follow all the legal guidelines to keep 
people safe.
In addition to this we will be encouraging people to mark the time appropriately 
and creatively as we remember the fallen.
We will post more details once things are finalised.
                                                                             PoppyC
HerbertProtocol

The Herbert Protocol is a form that contains vital information about the missing person.

The form is filled in by the person with Dementia, their family or carers. The completed form should be kept safely by carers, family or friends, but where it can be found quickly in the unfortunate event of the person going missing. The police will only ever ask for the form if the person is reported missing.
For more information click HERE.

LM college14 There is a free bus service for students travelling to the Lancaster and Morecambe college,  Starting in Settle with pick ups in :

Settle - Austwick - Clapham - Ingleton - Burton In Lonsdale - Bentham - Wennington - Wray - Hornby - Brookhouse - Caton


For more information and times, use the link  https://www.lmc.ac.uk/bus  Or call 0800 306 306.

BenMovFwd1imageBentham Moving Forward:

Imagine learning a NEW SKILL for FREE right here in BENTHAM? See yourself gardening? What about developing some supervising skills? Admin skills? Catering? Retail? Maintenance? Public speaking? Computers? Or how about giving the odd hour to help out working with younger people? Older people? Pet care? Driving? Fund raising?

 

It may be for a future job role, a fresh start, a change of direction in life or maybe just something to keep you busy. Or to socialise and meet new Bentham folk! So please do get in touch whatever the reason.

Bentham Moving Forward matches local volunteers with local organisations in need of help’.

 

Contact: Carolyne Lobb  (Bentham Moving Forward Development Worker) Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Mob: 07971 720121  

Tel: 015242 62512

Here it is – The Co-op Throw Away Friday!  
The Co-op Throw Away Friday is starting right here in Bentham throwAwayFridaycoop
with a brand new neighbourhood pilot scheme!
Every last Friday in the month, we are encouraging Bentham
folk to leave out any tins of food they don’t want or need
and they will be collected for the Pop Up Pantry.
The PUP serves Bentham and the surrounding Ingleborough area. It is being piloted in one or two streets first and then hoping to be rolled out across
the whole village.
So what do we need to do? Simple – Leave out any unwanted tins on your door step, either Thursday night or early Friday morning (on the last Friday of each month!) and a neighbour who lives on your street will collect them for you.

The Government has announced that from Thursday Sept 24, venues including hospitality, leisure & tourism and close contact services, will be legally required to display an official NHS QR code poster. The new NHS COVID19 app will launch the same day. 
You can create and download a poster for your business here: https://www.gov.uk/create-coronavirus-qr-poster
More info is on our website here, including details of how we can help if your business needs assistance with printing: https://www.cravendc.gov.uk/coronavirus-advice-and-information/nhs-covid-19-app-information-for-businesses/
 Are you a farmer/ land owner in or around Bentham looking to utilise or diversify a piece of unused land?
If so, please do get in touch.
The Bentham Allotment and Community Garden Association need a base for their environmentally friendly, community initiative here in Bentham.
As a previous farm secretary I can assist in any DEFRA or funding applications, whether that be via Entry Level Stewardship or any other government diversification route.
So wondering how to get that space used then please do get in touch with Carolyne on 62512 or by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
           
Hello, As well as still doing my Coop role,
I’m the new Bentham Volunteering Campaign Development Worker
working towards creating more volunteers to work with you and your charity/community groups.

I am currently collecting data to form a database of the numbers and types of volunteers you may be looking for.
For instance, driver, care worker, gardener etc.
It would help me at this time to discover what your volunteering needs are and then I can gather some form of data baseline to illustrate where we basically stand.
This initial step is simply about ascertaining the need.Please could you get back to me with just a few words of your current requirements. For instance; one cook, two cleaners, three drivers, gardener, carer etc.
Many thanks, Carolyne Lobb.
To Contact Carolyne, Please call 62512  or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   Or use our forn and mark it for Carolyne

 Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs), Are now accepting commercial waste at all HWRCs, as we previously did prior to their temporary closure in March due to COVID-19, with the exception of Harrogate Stonefall HWRC.

Commercial waste is any waste  from a commercial organisation, a business, a trade, a person’s employment, a landlord, a village hall, an educational establishment or a holiday caravan.

With the impending changes in the lockdown rules,  Pubs reopening and tons of exciting things about to happen.
We are compiling and publishing info about where you can eat and places to stay in Bentham,
At the moment this is a work in progress and will be updated as we go along.
Use the menu item Places to Stay, It provides a category drop down or a simple list. 
The Places to Eat is simply a random list with a picture or two and some words. 
The idea is to support Bentham businesses and at the same time provide a resource for our visitors.
For food and drink you should check with the establishment and probably book ahead. 
This sort of stuff is usually available from our tourist information point, However the decision has been made not to open our Tourist point this season.
If you have a Bentham business providing accommodation or food and drink and wish to be included in our Tourism information,
Please get in touch via the Town Clerk,  email townclerk (at) benthamtowncouncill.co.uk  and we can go from there.

RoadWorks

For National Roadworks info click the image.

Cross Lane, Low Bentham, North Yorkshire

12 October — 23 October

Delays likely - Road closure

Works location: Braeside, Cross Lane

Works description: To connect Braeside Bungalow with 100mm foul sewer via a new MH to an existing UU manhole situated o...

Responsibility for works: North Yorkshire

Current status: Advanced planning

Works reference: JB050NH/906/09/2020/05


 

Back Gate, Ingleton, North Yorkshire

02 November — 02 November

Delays likely - Traffic control (multi-way signals)

Works location: AT THE JUNCTION WITH LAUNDRY LANE (MANHOLE 2701)...

Works description: MANHOLE FRAME AND COVER REPLACEMENT IN THE CARRIAGEWAY FOLLOWED BY A PERMANENT REINSTATEMENT...

Responsibility for works: United Utilities

Current status: Advanced planning

Works reference: HZ73100344704-612142


Boon Walks, Burton in Kendal, Cumbria

03 November — 05 November

Delays likely - Traffic control (two-way signals)

Works location: OUTSIDE NORTH VIEW

Works description: LAY 3M NEW GAS SERVICE OF WHICH 3M WILL BE IN PUBLIC TO MAIN LOCATED IN CARRIAGEWAY...

Responsibility for works: Cadent

Current status: Advanced planning

Works reference: AZ7041000991400


Dalton Lane, Burton in Kendal, Cumbria

02 November — 06 November

Delays possible - Traffic control (two-way signals)

Works location: Dalton Lane

Works description: highway drainage works...

Responsibility for works: Cumbria

Current status: Advanced planning

Works reference: DE012S000000001444


Goodenber Road, High Bentham, North Yorkshire

30 October — 03 November

Delays unlikely - Some carriageway incursion

Works location: Outside 21-23

Works description: Excavate one joint bay in the footway to complete disconnection...

Responsibility for works: Electricity North West Limited

Current status: Advanced planning

Works reference: JG801NP/CUST-58/95194/D


Main Street, Low Bentham, North Yorkshire

30 October — 12 November

Delays unlikely - Some carriageway incursion

Works location: Outside 1 Longlands Villas...

Works description: Skip Licence request for outside 1 Longlands Villas, Low Bentham, LA2 7BT from 30/10/2020 to 13/11/2...

Responsibility for works: North Yorkshire

Current status: Advanced planning

Works reference: JB005L-MAIN-00027427


Riverside, Clapham, North Yorkshire

30 October — 30 October

Delays unlikely - Traffic control (give & take)

Works location: Outside the beeches on RIVERSIDE...

Works description: CLAPHAM 763699 - TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT to facilitate BT Openreach Fibre Cabling Works with no Excavati...

Responsibility for works: Openreach

Current status: Advanced planning

Works reference: BC411LCWBLCLH7X001



From June the 15th, it will be compulsory to wear face masks on Public Transport
Face coverings become compulsory on public transport from 15th June.
Exemptions: 'very young children, disabled people & those with breathing difficulties'.
DIY face coverings (e.g. a scarf or bandanna tied snugly behind the head, covering the mouth & nose') encouraged.


Bentham Town Council has published a Community Emergency Plan.
it will identify procedures to be adopted in the event of a major incident in Bentham.
What is needed in any emergency situation is knowledge of the locality and local people.
Emergency plans work best when they make use of existing organisations and local knowledge.

News

The Churches Together in Bentham are planning a small outdoor commemoration for Remembrance Day at 11am at school hill on the 11th of November. We will follow all the legal…
The Herbert Protocol is a form that contains vital information about the missing person. The form is filled in by the person with Dementia, their family or carers. The completed…
There is a free bus service for students travelling to the Lancaster and Morecambe college, Starting in Settle with pick ups in : Settle - Austwick - Clapham -…
Bentham Moving Forward:Imagine learning a NEW SKILL for FREE right here in BENTHAM? See yourself gardening? What about developing some supervising skills? Admin skills? Catering? Retail? Maintenance? Public speaking? Computers?
Here it is – The Co-op Throw Away Friday! The Co-op Throw Away Friday is starting right here in Bentham with a brand new neighbourhood pilot scheme! Every…
The Government has announced that from Thursday Sept 24, venues including hospitality, leisure & tourism and close contact services, will be legally required to display an official NHS QR code…
The Bentham Walking Group : Please book your place in advance with Alison by email, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloak15005cc56484035a934096f4af519b15').innerHTML…
Are you a farmer/ land owner in or around Bentham looking to utilise or diversify a piece of unused land? If so, please do get in touch. The Bentham…

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