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Restoration of the Alne Verges
The next stage on this project is for Alne Parish Council to obtain a loan from the Public Works Loan Board to enable us to  pay our share of the cost while awaiting the income from the increased precept. This loan will be at 1.1% and the cost is  already included in the overall project total. In order to ensure full transparency, the PWLB requires the following  paragraph to be publicised, giving all Alne residents the opportunity to comment, if they so desire. For more detail, see the entry for 24-Feb in Latest News on the right side of this page. Deadline for comment is 30-April.

At the Alne Parish Council Meeting of Tuesday 13 December 2016 it was RESOLVED to seek the approval of the  Secretary of State for Communities to apply for a PWLB loan of £50,000 over 4 years for the kerbing of greens in Main Street in order to prevent further damage and restore the previous erosion. The annual loan repayments will come to around £12,814 and these will be paid from the 2017-18 precept budget. In addition, the Parish Council has also increased the precept to repay the loan by 164%  which is equivalent to a new value of about £61.61 for a Band D house.
If you would like to send any feedback, views or opinions on this matter please do so through the Contact page on this website, including your name(s) and address.

The two left-hand pictures show some of the problem areas, the right-hand picture shows an indication of the proposed solution.Alne verges picture for website-page0001 cropped


     2017 Alne Street Fayre : Sunday 11-June

Click here for the full-colour Church restoration brochure

The News Archive is to be found on a separate page under the History tab.

See the Calendar of Events for forthcoming items of interest. Also, please let us know of any events that are planned and we will include them.

This village site is organised and paid for by Alne Parish Council but it is not a Parish Council website.

If you find anything out of date or incorrect, please tell us through the Contact page. Thank you. 


  Winter Wednesday Limerick #10

  A lady from Bristol called Bligh,

  Who all of her life had been shy,

  Was cured in a week

  By two Poles and a Greek

  Whom she met on the Island of Skye

     (Courtesy Michael Palin) 


Latest news from Alne Village:

24-Apr-2017: The latest Leonard Cheshire Alne Hall Newsletter can be found here.

16-Apr-2017: Alne Rainbows are in danger of closing down unless additional help can be found. Please read their heartfelt plea here and contact Liz on 830127 for further info.

16-Apr-2017: Please see the update alongside on the restoration of the Alne verges.

29-Mar-2017: The final Website Winter Wednesday limerick can be found here.

24-Mar-2017: A new map of the Alne Station area has been added to the Maps tab.

23-Mar-2017: Click here for the April Parish Newsletter (in full colour).

22-Mar 2017: Click for the penultimate Website Winter Wednesday limerick. here

15-Mar-2017: The antepenultimate Website Winter Wednesday limerick can be found below.

08-Mar-2017: Click here for Website Winter Wednesday limerick #9.

05-Mar-2017: The Alne Spring Clean was a great success - we collected 22 bags of rubbish from the verges. Thank you all so much for your help - big pat on the back.

01-Mar-2017: The latest update on the Easingwold Community Library (Feb-2017) can be found here.

01-Mar-2017: Website Winter Wednesday Limerick #8 can be found here.

24-Feb-2017: Alne Parish Council is very pleased to announce a project, in partnership with North Yorkshire County Council, to restore the verges along Main Street. For all the detail, click here.