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At the Full Council meeting on the 10th of January 2022, the council set its precept for 2022 – 2023 at £143,000.  The council decided to increase this year's precept by a small amount, which will mean a Band-D household precept of £42.95, compared with £37.96 for a Band D in 2021- 2022.  The council tax statements display tax increases as percentages which tend to distort increases in precept levels, so the 13.2% increase equals £4.99 per b...
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Published by: Haxby Town Council

In December 2021, City of York officials met with Councillors from Haxby Town Council  to discuss a proposed new railway station on Towthorpe Road, which is a country lane in the green belt. The council have recognised that if we are to have a local station then it is fundamental that the evidence and assessment are analysed and verified by all those impacted the most by the installation. Therefore at the meeting of the Town Council on the 13th of December 2021 the following resolutions wer...
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Published by: Haxby Town Council

The Haxby Carnival will return on Saturday the 9th of July. Local businesses who would like a stall at the carnival on the Ethel Ward Playing Field, should contact the Town Clerk for an application form, via email at Clerk@haxbytowncouncil.gov.uk or call the office on 01904 750378. Further details about the carnival will released closer to the event. 

Published by: Haxby Town Council

During the current COVID-19 pandemic it has so far not been possible for the Town Council to meet due to government regulations in respect of social distancing. On April 4th 2020 regulations were introduced to allow council meetings to take place remotely. To this end a meeting of Haxby Town Council has been scheduled for Thursday April 16th 2020 at 11am. The agenda for this meeting can be viewed on our website and any members of the public wishing to attend the meeting can do so by contact...
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Published by: Haxby Town Council

HAXBY'S CORONATION TREE IS 109 YEARS OLD TODAY ! (22/6/2020)   The magnificent Copper Beech tree which adorns Haxby Village Green is the source of constant admiration, but so few people seem to know why it is there. When was it planted and why ?   So, two years ago, three Haxby people decided to do something about this omission and create a commemorative plaque to be erected on the Green for the interest of passing Haxby people and visitors.   At 11am...
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Published by: Haxby Town Council