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Due to cuts in funding, Sherburn Library is going to become a Community Library with effect from 1st April 2017. The Library is an excellent asset to the village, and is used regularly by many residents, so it will be a great shame if it has to close. To ensure it stays open, the library need […]Read more
The First Responders in Sherburn and Milford are currently appealing for more volunteers. New recruits will join the hundred of current volunteers who provide life saving treatment to residents in the local area. For more information please go to www.communityresponders.yas.nhs.ukRead more
In the past Sherburn has had many youth clubs and youth ‘drop ins’, but these have since been discontinued for various reasons. Sherburn currently doesn’t have a Youth Club, however Councilor Mel Hobson plans to change this. The local councilor has put plans forward to develop a youth centre for Sherburn’s young people to use. […]Read more
As many of you may know the Cawood Craft Fayre was held for the last time earlier this year. The Fayre was a much loved event by many, and it is a great shame that it will no longer be around. Sherburn have decided to adopt the popular event and hold it in the village. Sherburn […]Read more
The Sherburn in Elmet U3A group was set up in 2010, and has now reached a new milestone of enrolling their 500th member, Sherburn resident, Karen Packham. The U3A group is a member of the University of the Third Age, a national organisation which gives educational help to people in the later stages of their lives, […]Read more
A Sherburn in Elmet Villager is set to take part in the Macmillan Brave the Shave campaign. Katie Steel, who is 69 years old, is one of the eldest participants taking part in the fundraising, where she is having her hair cut and shaved to raise money for the charity. Katie is doing the shave […]Read more
Sherburn High Post 16 students are celebrating exam success with 99% of students passing their courses. There was great achievement on Thursday the 18th of August as the Sherburn High students, aged 16-18, collected their AS and A2 results. Many of the students now will be heading to university, to begin the new chapter in […]Read more