Hutton Lane is due to be closed until February 12th to repair the land-slipped section between Hutton le Hole and Keldholme. The council’s alternative route from Hutton le Hole to Kirkbymoorside is via Lowna and Gillamoor and is signed.
Rosedale Community News
Welcome to the Rosedale blog. This is where we share news and information about events in Rosedale and the wider community throughout the year. You’ll also find news about the village timetable, our micro enterprises, school events, clubs, and lively socials.
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We have joined together to form a support group for Rosedale Abbey and Hartoft during these difficult times. We are hoping to be of help to those of you who are shielding, in the vulnerable or self isolating group or indeed anyone who is not able to venture out at the moment.
We are offering to pick up and deliver groceries, collect prescriptions, source essentials and pet food etc. Please ask and we will endeavour to help or maybe you would just like us to check in and chat.
Shirley: 01751 417384 or 07508772787
Please get in touch and pass these numbers on to anyone you think may need them. If you are isolating it may be helpful to give these contacts to your relatives/ friends who can then contact us on your behalf if needed.
We can also be found on facebook: Rosedale Abbey and Hartoft Support Group
All will be aware by now of the Government COVID-19 diktat that all pubs, cafes restaurants are to close until further notice. However, our local businesses are going to carry on as take-out/take-away outlets and basic shops for as long as possible. It goes without saying that we need to support our local outlets as much as possible through these very difficult times so that they and we can survive!
Graze On The Green Details of opening times, revised menus and sale items have been posted on their website www.grazeonthegreen.co.uk and on Facebook. Please note that GoG will now open in Mondays from 11.00am to 1.00pm for shop items only. Afternote: Darren and James have now decided to close the shop until further notice, but will still take orders for a range of foods and cakes to order only – again check their website for the revised arrangements.
Abbey Stores The tea room has been shut but the shop will remain open for the usual basics including bread, milk, vegetables, newspapers etc. Also , they intend serve take-out meals and drinks for consumption on the green or to take home. Ring 01751 417475 for more details on times; meanwhile the menu is below:
|TAKEAWAY MENU Breakfast Menu Full English Breakfast (served till 11am but you can always ask) 2 medium pork sausages, 2 rashers back bacon, black pudding, 1 egg, baked beans, tomato, mushrooms, 1 hash brown. Includes 1 slice of toast £8 Bacon Roll (Served till 3pm) 3 Rashers back bacon in a white or granary roll £3.50 Sausage Roll (Served till 3pm) 3 thick pork sausages in a white or granary roll £3.50 2 Slices of Toast served with butter & jam or marmalade £1.50 V 2 Crumpets served with butter £1.50 V Toasted Teacake served with butter £1.50 Jam +20p V Toasted Hot Cross Bun Served with Butter £1.50 Please ask for vegetarian/ gluten free options Vegetarian and Gluten Free sausages available||TAKEAWAY MENU Lunch Menu Fresh Sandwiches made to order in White or Granary bread Hand Carved Roast Yorkshire Ham £4.50 (With Yorkshire wholegrain mustard or Yorkshire farmers pickle) Tuna Mayonnaise £4.50(Please ask for cucumber) B.L.T (Bacon, lettuce, tomato) with mayo £4.50 Egg Mayonnaise and Cress £4.00 (Free range) V Medium Cheddar cheese served with either tomato, onion or Yorkshire farmers pickle £4.00 v Scottish Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese Sandwich£4.50 Please ask for Toastie or Panini of your choice +50P All our bread is supplied from a local bakery Portion of Chips £2.00 V Ploughman’s Platter (GF available) Hand Carved Roast Yorkshire Ham. Selection of cheeses, seasonal salad, pickled onions, Yorkshire farmers pickle, red apple, granary cob bread and butter £8.00 Homemade Soup of the day on its own £3.00 with thick sliced granary cob bread £3.50 V Jacket Potato On its own with butter £4.00 V With Cheese or beans £4.50 V With Tuna Mayo £5.00 With Beans and Cheese £5.00 v|
|TAKEAWAY MENU Sweet Menu Please see todays homemade cake selection on display Scones Homemade Sultana, Blueberry & Ginger or Cheese scone served with butter £1.50 Homemade Sultana, Blueberry & Ginger or Cheese scone served with butter and jam of your choice £1.80 Homemade Sultana, Blueberry & Ginger or Cheese scone served with butter, jam and clotted cream £2.20 Raspberry, Strawberry or Blueberry and Lavender Jam All our Yorkshire jams are available to buy in the shop||TAKEAWAY MENU Drinks Menu Decaf coffee available Filter Coffee £1.25 Americano single shot espresso topped with hot water £1.50 Cappuccino –A single shot of espresso coffee topped with hot foamed milk and a dusting of chocolate £2.00 Latte – Single shot of espresso coffee topped with steamed milk and microfoam £2.00 Flat White – Double shot of espresso coffee topped with steamed milk £2.25 Mocha – A single shot of espresso coffee served in a tall glass of steaming hot chocolate, topped with whipped cream and a dusting of chocolate £2.50 Pot of Yorkshire Tea £1.25 Specialty Tea & Decaffeinated £1.50 Earl grey, Green tea, Peppermint, Cranberry and Raspberry, Chamomile Tea, Yorkshire decaf tea. Hot Chocolate £2.25 Luxury Hot Chocolate topped with whipped cream and mini marshmallows £2.50 Milkshakes made with 2 scoops of Yorvale ice-cream of your choice blended with milk and topped with whipped cream and sprinkles £2.50|
The Coach House Inn Details of take-out menus and drinks are shown on the Inn’s website www.coachhouseinn.co.uk and on Facebook, or call 01751 417208
More information will be added once others have decided what their plans are. Contact email@example.com or ring 417071 to add your business to this listing
The excellent Supermobile Library will be visiting Rosedale 0n (all days Mondays from 5.00pm to 7.00pm) 13 August , 10 and 24 September , 8 and 22 October, 5 and 19 November and 3 and 17 December .
Not only is there a wide selection of books, fiction, factual and reference but also good wi-fi reception and we all know how important that is here!
If you haven’t tried it before, look in this coming 13 August evening and see for yourselves what a good facility this is. Remember too, that if we don’t use it we’ll lose it.
Very best wishes to all our visitors to the blog for a happy, peaceful and prosperous 2018.
The blog, as ever depends on you, so please keep the news and any notices of events coming in. We will do our best to publish them swiftly!
A public consultation on the proposed conservation measures on Rosedale’s ironstone roasting kilns was held last night, 12 December, in the Coach House Inn. The session was very well attended by 28 local people and there was lively discussion on several topics after stimulating presentations by representatives from the project office and the archaeological and engineering agencies involved with the proposed works.
Details of how to volunteer to help out in the programme of works on the line in 2018 can be found at www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/landofiron
The excellent Super Mobile Library visits Rosedale on Mondays throughout the year between 5 and 7pm, located by Abbey Stores and provides the opportunity for us to choose from a wide and varied selection of books as well as providing access to fast (up to 20 Mbs) broad band, so you or the kids can browse, download or upload at about ten times the speeds currently available here. The dates for the rest of the year are (all Mondays): 31 July, no visits in August, then 11 and 25 September, 9 and 23 October, 6 and 20 November and finally 4 and 18 December. Please note these dates in your diaries and use this great community asset because, as ever, if we don’t use it, we’ll lose it!
If you want to contact NYCC about any aspects of the service, call on 01609 533811 0r 01609 533829, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Most people living in the dale will have seen that a film production company has been at work in the village for the last few days, but visitors and others might like to know what is happening. The programme being made is a six part sitcom for ITV starring the comedian Jack Dee, with a working title ‘Bad Move’ . The scenario involves a couple, Steve and Nicky (Jack Dee and Kerry Godliman) moving ‘oop North’ to take over a run-down village store and the amusing encounters they have with locals and so on. The series is due to air sometime in the Autumn, but other than that little else is know at this stage. Some scenes from the recent activity:
The company is moving on to other parts of the county on Friday including a session in Harrogate, before moving back to London to complete filming and editing. It has been a fascinating process to watch and we wish them well for the rest of the their time in Yorkshire.
Finally, many thanks to David Seaton, the location manager and his assistant Eugene for their help in allowing access to locations.
ERDINGER Alkoholfrei Athlete of the Year 2016: Who will it be?
Voting now open to choose our first Athlete of the Year
Building on the success and popularity of the ERDINGER Athlete Of The Month award, we are now looking to find the ERDINGER Athlete Of The Year for 2016 – as voted for by YOU.
We have created an online form to allow users to vote quickly and easily. Online voting will commence on Monday 23rd January and run for TWO weeks, closing Sunday 5th February.
The Athlete with the most votes will be crowned Erdinger Athlete Of The Year 2016 – and will also be sent a year’s supply of Erdinger Alkoholfrei for you and your friends to enjoy.
All of the 2016 monthly winners are summarised HERE. Select which of our ten monthly winners from 2016 you want to see recognised as the ERDINGER Athlete of the Year.
How to vote…
Once you have chosen your winner, make your vote via the following link: