News

Listed below are the current news stories on the website, listed in chronological order.

Please note that the Town Council office is NOT open this Thursday, 20 February.   Instead, the office will be open on Wednesday (19 Feb) from 9.30am-12.30pm.   Apologies for any inconvenience.

Published by: Nick Reed

Burrill Road is due to be closed from 17-21 February at Low Ashbank Grange to enable NYCC Highways to repair a broken drain. The road closure and associated diversion routes can be viewed using this link https://one.network/?tm=116326007

Published by: Nick Reed

The 2020 Bedale Car Boot Sale draw took place at last night's council meeting and the weekly organising groups will be as follows: 14 March: Bedale Community Library 21 March: Dales Croquet Club 28 March: Bedale Primary School Friends Support Group 4 April: Bedale Belles WI 11 April: Bedale Badminton Club 18 April: Hambleton and District Foster Carers Association 25 April: Royal Air Forces Association Bedale & RAF Leeming Branch 2 May: Bedale Junior Football Club 9 May: Well W...
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Published by: Nick Reed

Bedale has been voted Best Dressed Host Town in the 2019 Tour de Yorkshire. Congratulations to everyone in the town for welcoming the Tour so wholeheartedly and with such colour. To win this award when we are by far the smallest host town is amazing! Special thanks to Brand Bedale for the lovely lamppost sails, and all three schools for their fantastic land art.

Published by: Nick Reed

Each year at the Annual Parish Meeting, Bedale Town Council honours local residents who give a little - or a lot - of their time, energy and skills to making our town a better place. If you would like to nominate someone to receive the award through their contribution to the  Beadle community, please complete the online form, or contact the council via our email clerk@bedale-tc.gov.uk.

Published by: Nick Reed

Since the granting of a Market Charter by King Henry III in 1251, there has been a market in Bedale’s cobbled market place every Tuesday. The current market has stalls including fresh and hand-made foods, clothes, plants, crafts and other delights, and Bedale Town Council is committed to see the town’s historic market prosper. New traders wishing to ‘stand’ on Bedale Market, either permanently or on a casual basis, should contact the Market Superintenden...
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Published by: Judith Cockburn