Steve Jarvis

Liberal Democrat County Councillor for Royston West & Rural and District Councillor for Weston & Sandon. Learn more

Meet your Royston councillors

by stevejarvis on 22 May, 2020

I am doing another Zoom meet your councillors session for Royston at 11.00am tomorrow (Saturday 23rd May) with District and Town Councillors Ruth Brown and Carol Stanier. Please do join! We’d love to meet you! The Zoom meeting ID is 828-7170-6730 or you can join using thehttp://us02web.zoom.us/j/82871706730

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Meet your councillors by Zoom

by stevejarvis on 8 May, 2020

Whilst we cannot keep in touch in the normal ways I am holding a series of “meet your councillor by Zoom” sessions. I will be available to meet residents and welcome questions, comments or suggestions on any local issues. For the sessions covering Arbury, Graveley, Great Ashby and Royston I will be joined by the […]

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The County Council has made an additional £5,000 of grant money available that each County Councillor can allocate to local groups providing COVID support. Please get in touch if you are part of a local organisation in Ashwell, Bygrave, Caldecote, Clothall, Graveley, Great Ashby, Hinxworth, Kelshall, Newnham, Radwell, Royston, Rushden, Sandon, Therfield, Wallington or Weston […]

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Great Ashby meet your councillors by Zoom

by stevejarvis on 2 May, 2020

This Sunday at 11.00 District Councillor Terry Tyler and I will be available to meet residents from Great Ashby by Zoom. We welcome questions, comments or suggestions on any local issues. The Zoom meeting ID is 868-3207-2116 or you can join using the link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86832072116

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Meet your councillors by Zoom

by stevejarvis on 29 April, 2020

This evening at 7.30 Arbury District Councillor Tom Tyson and I will be available to meet residents from Ashwell, Bygrave, Caldecote, Hinxworth, Newnham and Radwell by Zoom. We welcome questions, comments or suggestions on any local issues.The Zoom meeting ID is 853-5595-6567 or you can join using the link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85355956567

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Road side grass cutting

by stevejarvis on 29 April, 2020

The County Council, which cuts the roadside grass outside the towns (North Herts Council cuts the verges in the urban areas) is about to start cutting. This has been delayed whilst they sorted out how this can safely be done. In 34 locations (mainly in North Herts) the verges are only to be cut once […]

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Baldock Street pavement to be fixed

by stevejarvis on 17 April, 2020

Those who have been wanting something done about the uneven pavement outside Morrisons in Royston will be pleased to hear that it has been agreed that the path will be resurfaced from the Jolly Postie and round the corner along Princes Mews. Of course the work cannot be done at the moment because it would […]

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Highways Update

by stevejarvis on 31 March, 2020

The latest update from Herts County Council describes what they are doing about repairing roads and pavements for the next few weeks. Urgent repairs of dangerous potholes and other things that relate to safety should be going ahead as normal, although it may take a little longer to get things fixed. In some cases they […]

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Bus service changes

by stevejarvis on 23 March, 2020

Bus companies are cutting services as many people are staying at home.Changes from today are:Route 7 bus route through Great Ashby will run every 40 minutes until 1950 in the evening, after which there will be “infrequent” buses until 2330.The 55 through Graveley will run every 30 minutes until 1840.At present the ‘D’ from Royston […]

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Grants

by stevejarvis on 20 March, 2020

The County Council has decided to make locality budgets, which provide small grants to local organisations available early this year (they normally start in June) for organisations affected by Coronavirus or supporting people affected by it. There is not an enormous amount available (hundreds rather than thousands for each grant) but it is available to […]

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