It is with great sadness that Rawcliffe Parish Council has learnt of the passing of our late Sovereign, Queen Elizabeth the Second. Our sadness at this time is shared by people across the world, and we remember with affection and gratitude the lifetime of service given by our longest reigning Monarch. Our thoughts are with members of the Royal Family at this very sad time.
Rawcliffe Parish Council has opened a book of condolence at Clifton Library. Please feel free to leave a message of condolence if you would like to.
Play Area Remains Open The Play Area is open but is not supervised.
The play area remains open but please note:
The equipment is checked regularly for damage and wear and tear, but is not sanitised or disinfected.
This is shared equipment, used at your own risk.
Do not use this equipment if you or any member of your household has coronavirus symptoms, or are self-isolating.
Encourage everyone in your family to wash their hands with hand sanitiser regularly and as a minimum before and after using the play area.
Please do not consume food/drink in the play area.
Please dispose of your rubbish in the bins provided or take it home with you.
Wash your hands when you get home
Rawcliffe Rec Land Public Consultation
During the pandemic the parish council has been thinking about the how the Rec field and the Bob Eccles Pavilion are used and managed.
As the primary lease holder the parish council sets the overall objectives for the estate and we need to ensure that the evolving needs of residents and organisations in the area are addressed.
The parish council will shortly begin a public consultation process however to start things off the parish council have agreed broad objectives and created a working party who will engage with the public and all interested parties.
The formal terms of the working party are available for download below.