The Wray Scarecrow Festival and Fair 2013 is as always in need of the help of volunteers. We will be publishing a list of critical tasks which we
need volunteers for (on this page, in the institute notice board and in the Wrayly Mail). If you think that you can help out in any way we’d love to
hear from you. Please let us know at the earliest opportunity what you can help with and when you are available either by emailing
email@example.com or speaking to a member of the committee. Please also feel free to pop along to any of our committee meetings to
find out what is going on and how you can help.
The Current attending committee members are:
Adam Postlethwaite, Frank Gretton, John Yellowley, Julie Whiteley, John Ellison, Anne Marshall, Judith Wrigley, Ernie Twist, John Holcroft, Dave
Forshaw, Jonathan Ingram, John Yellowley, Peter Edge, Neale Perrins, Debbie Perrins, Pat Staveley, Peter Foster, Moira Parker and Paul Maycock.
Please speak to any of these individuals to ensure information is passed to the committee meetings
Road Closure Notice
Important information for residents on Main Street: The committee will be applying for a road closure on Main Street for the peak times of 10.00
to 16.00 on Saturday May 4th, Sunday May 5th and Bank Holiday Monday 6th May. This road closure will be through Lancaster City Council and
under the provisions of sec. 21 of Town Police Clauses Act 1847 which allows for temporary closures for events such as ours. It applies to vehicular
traffic only and will be from the junction with Wennington Road to the Tearooms. A diversion route will be signed for vehicles wishing to pass
through the village that will take them along Agnes Ing Lane. The signs will be erected at 10 am each day and removed at 4 pm. The ‘barrier’ at
Wennington Road will be staffed continually. Please be reassured that access remains open for all residents on Main Street to park and get their
vehicles in and out during the closure. Pedestrians are not affected. If you need to move through the closure for access please be aware that
pedestrians may not be expecting vehicles within the closure area. Please move very slowly – 10 MPH maximum. Put your hazard lights on.
Think Children and if possible please use the diversion route or go via Butt Yeats and school lane for the bottom of the village
Thank You to all resdients for your continued support and patience.