Richmondshire’s programme of estate walkabouts return again this month in Richmond and Colburn.
Set up by the district council – and working with the tenants panel – the walkabouts deal with issues that make a difference on a local level.
The walkabouts recommenced during 2021 after a temporary pause in 2020 due to the pandemic
Council officers, councillors, and tenants ‘walk’ the estates to identify and deal with problems – in a bid to keep them clean, safe and tidy.
They take place from 10am today as follows:
- Tues 20th September: Richmond – Reeth Road. Coronation Place, Whitcliffe Place, Whitcliffe Terrace, Willance Grove, Whitcliffe Grange
- Thurs 22nd September: Richmond – Alma Place, Olav Road, I’anson Road, Frances Road, Eastfield Road, Tudor Road, Millgate, Frenchgate, Church Wynd, St Agathas’, Queens Court
- Tues 27th September: Colburn – Colburn Lane, Constantine Avenue, Constantine Grove, Meadowfield Road, Grange Road, Coronation Avenue, Sutton Avenue, Colville Road, Colville Crescent
- Wed 28th September: Richmond – High Riding, Norman Road, Stuart Avenue, Cutpurse Lane, Windsor Avenue, Norman Square, Earl Edwin Drive
- Thurs 29th September: Colburn – Forest Drive 18 – 50, Lawson Court, Wren Court, Masterman Court, Elm Tree Avenue, Walnut Avenue, Copperbeech Way, Evergreen Avenue
- Tues 4th October: Colburn – Forest Drive 54 – 99, Bramble Close, Daisy Close, Beck Close, Watson Way, Traynor Square, Cottee Way, Carter Close, Rosa Court, Cherry Tree Way, Poppy Court, Orchid Court, Foxglove Court, Lavender Court
- Thurs 6th October: Richmond – St Hilary Close, Quakers Lane, Victoria Road, Newbiggin, Thornhills, Allans Court, Temple Court, Bridge Terrace, St James Chapel Wynd, Tower Street
- Tues 11th October: Colburn – Peppermint Drive, Blackwell Court, Highstead Way, Snowdrop Walk, Chester Walk, Pearson Close, Watermint Way, Blue Nile Way, Magpie Walk, Thistle Walk, Firefly Walk, Fourth Avenue, First Avenue