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The new government guidelines allow outdoor markets from 1st June, and Bedale Town Council will be discussing at our 8th June meeting whether/when to reopen the car boot sales in Bedale Park.   Our car boot stewards and caterers are happy to restart, but the decision also needs to take into account... Whether the beneficiary charities are willing/able to provide volunteers to take money; Whether the waste is able to be collected; The fact that the Bedale Park toilets are bei...
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Published by: Nick Reed

Following HM Government advice, the Bedale Town Council office is closed until further notice. The Council staff continue to work from home; please contact us at clerk@bedale-tc.gov.uk. If your matter is urgent, please call the Town Clerk, Nick Reed, on 07939 136082.

Published by: Nick Reed

**Please note that the car boot sales are CANCELLED until further notice due to the public health situation** 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...
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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

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