July 22, 2017

Buttercrambe Mill Bridge Now Open

The works have been completed on Buttercrambe Mill Bridge and so it is much easier to get to Scrayingham etc. Diversion signs have been removed. Be warned however, that the openings between the new stone pillars on the bridge are 7 feet wide only and it does feel like you need to breathe in as you go through!

Buttercrambe Mill Bridge Closure

Just a reminder that Buttercrambe Mill Bridge will be closed for up to 10 weeks for repair and maintenance. The bridge was closed from yesterday (30th Jan) and there are barriers across – but no sign of works happening this morning! The sign at the bridge says it will be closed for 5 weeks but Highways advised it would be a 10 week project. To get to Scrayingham, the quickest diversion is through Stamford Bridge and then take the left turn signed ‘Malton’. Other information on roadworks and diversions can be found on the North Yorkshire County Council website:-

http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=3274

Bus Timetable

Bus Route 181 – our local bus route timetable can be found by clicking on this link:

http://www.northyorkstravel.info/bus.html

Ryedale District Council provide a facility on their website to find your way around the area by public and community transport.
If you click on the link above you can type in our bus route number and get the most up to date timetable.

You can also find this information on the Parish Council’s Public Information Page
http://www.claxton-sandhutton.org.uk/claxton-and-sand-hutton-parish-council/public-information/local-bus-routes/

Local Park & Ride!

FERA Parking and Cycle Storage Scheme for Claxton and Sand Hutton Residents

The new visitors car park, gate house and cycle storage at the FERA science labs in Sand Hutton opened on 1st April 2011.
Claxton and Sand Hutton residents will be able to benefit from cycle storage and some car park spaces to make it easier to catch Coastliner bus services.
To find out more about this new scheme, please click here.