The Parish Council meets every alternate month
at Grewelthorpe Village Hall.
Members of the public are welcome to attend
Masham Fire Station, Red Lane, Masham
We’re recruiting on-call Firefighters. If your’e interested, over 18 & live or work in or around the Masham area, then call in on any of our training nights- Wednesdays 7-9pm
Telephone 01609 780150.
If you have any questions as either a potential employee or an employer, then visit our website, or call our Retained Support Officer on 07771 843972.
The Yorkshire Air Ambulance is an independent charity providing a life-saving rapid response emergency service to five million people across four million acres of Yorkshire. YAA’s two yellow helicopters are operational seven days a week, 365 days a year and currently attend on average five incidents a day. The charity needs £12,000 a day to keep both the helicopters in the air saving lives. Clothes Recycling Bank located next to Masham Bowling Green. Local North Yorkshire Community Fundraiser available to give talks and support fundraising events: Tessa Klemz. Tel: 07825 894649.
Rooms for hire
Letting of premises for functions. Facilities include disabled access & kitchen. Baby changing facilities, disabled toilets. Pricing from £15.00 per hour. Various size rooms available.
Tariff 2022: (subject to reveiw)
Schoolroom £15 per hour including kitchen
Small meeting room £10 per hour
Chapel area. £60 for up to 3 hours £120. 3 to 6 hours £150 all day & evening
For more information & bookings contact Rosemary Bell
Helping farming people through difficult times.
Confidential help for farmers & farming families on health, anxiety, relationships, inheritance, lonliness, despair, depression, regulations, debt, environment, bereavement & many other problems which can become overwhelming.
To make a donation in support of FCN’s work please go to our website.
FCN Helpline open 7am – 11pm every day of the year.
Did you know that as well as Sheltered housing like Maple Creek in Masham, Harrogate Borough Council independent living services also provide support to help older and more vulnerable residents to stay safe and independent in their own home?
We can provide and install a Lifeline unit that is plugged into your phone line to summon help quickly and easily
in an emergency.
Once you push the red button (worn on your wrist or round your neck) our experienced call centre will speak to you through the Lifeline box and summon help, be that family, friends,
a Doctor, carers or emergency services
or the Independent Living Officer on call.
You can also choose to have a Monthly wellbeing visit or Weekly phone call to check everything is okay, and we now offer a short term service for Hospital discharge or when family are away.
Our team also keeps in touch every month to check the equipment and make sure all is well.
If you are interested in finding out more about Lifeline or Sheltered housing for yourself or a family member, please contact Harrogate Borough Council.
Ripon & Rural Befriending Service
Our befriending volunteers visit elderly and vulnerable people on a regular basis in their own homes, taking the time to listen and chat. If the need arises our friendly office team can also provide information and signposting. The service is for anyone living in their own home who misses company is feeling isolated or
generally at a low ebb following a change in their circumstances. This service is part of the Harrogate Easier Living Project (HELP).
For more information, or to make a referral, please contact:
24th & 25th September 2022
Famous Masham Sheep Fair weekend takes place in one of the finest Market Squares in England, raising much money for charity by filling the town with sheepy fun and entertainment all weekend.
Events include an action packed programme on both Saturday and Sunday, with a Sheep Show, Sheep Racing, Craft Market, Bishop Blaize Procession, Fleece Stalls, Wool Competition, Sheepdog Demonstrations, Hand Bell Ringers, Morris Dancers, Art Exhibition and Tours of Theakstons & Black Sheep Breweries, as well as the Old Time Children’s Fair.
Photos of Sheep Fair weekends here.
All proceeds go to Yorkshire charities