Scarborough & Ryedale
Meet the Team
Community Payback Team
York and North Yorkshire Probation Trust
Fax: 01723 501932
On behalf of the Incredible Edible Group, I would like to thank you for all the hard work you did in painting the street furniture on the High Street precinct and helping make the High Street look smart for our Yorkshire in Bloom judging.
I felt I had to write thanking you for all the work you are undertaking in Filey.
The work you carry out is important to the town as it is work that would not otherwise take place.
The Mayor of the Borough of Scarborough, Councillor John Blackburn, found out just how tough community punishments can be when he attended his Mayoral Community Payback Project 2011 at Hunmanby’s popular and well used skate park.
The beautiful Howsham Water Mill, situated in the River Derwent, dates back to 1755 and is considered to be a building of important historical interest and a rare example of gothic revival style.
Offenders on the east coast are helping to make a big difference to a small local charity.
Offenders helped Malton Town to get into the Christmas spirit in December, when three work parties helped to erect 36 Christmas trees in the Market
Square…in the falling snow!
The Community Payback team in Scarborough started working at the North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway (NYMR) back in 2003, when offenders painted the Station House at Grosmont. Working one regular day a week, it took nearly six months to complete.
Offenders in Scarborough have carried out nearly 2,000 hours of Community Payback, helping to spruce up Scarborough's Newby and Scalby Community Hall.