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Please see attached here the flyer for the Aberford Village 2021 Scarecrow Festival. This Festival is supported by Aberford School PTA and Aberford Village Parish Council. It is open to all residents in Aberford and you do not need to attend Aberford School to participate.

Leeds Festival 2021 – Update 19th June

Applications for the Aberford Parish Council allocation of Leeds Fest tickets for 2021 have now closed, any further applications received will not be considered. As applicants will be aware from the previous update, we were hoping to arrange for a draw to take place shortly after the 21st June lockdown release, however as this has […]

Minutes of Parish Council Meetings – 18.5.2021

The minutes from the Parish Council meeting for May 2021 and the Annual Meeting, both held on 18th May 2021 are now available. To download a copy of the monthly meeting minutes, click here. To download the minutes of the Annual Meeting click here.  

Leeds150 Legacy programme

For the second year Leeds City Council is supporting young people (aged 18 to 25 years old) to access a free online leadership and development event delivered by Common Purpose. In 2043 Leeds will be celebrating 150 years as a city. The Leeds150 Legacy programme asks young people to consider what they want for their city of the […]

Parish Council Meeting – Tuesday 15th June 2021

The next Parish Council meeting will take place on Tuesday 15th June 2021, commencing at 7.30pm. On this occasion, following the recent High Court judgement prohibiting the continuation of remote council meetings, the meeting will be held in the Oriel room, St Ricarius Church.  Members of the public are welcome to attend but must advise […]


The Bowling Club and green is now fully open and we are looking for new members. So whether you are an experienced bowler who would like to play in our teams, or a beginner who would like to learn a new skill and take up a new hobby everyone is welcome! We are starting practice […]


With dog theft on the increase Neighbourhood Watch have produced a poster with a 3 step guide to keeping your dog safe. You can view it here.