Ellerby Parish Council

Serving the people of Ellerby

Clerk: Sara Towne
31 West Street, Leven HU17 5LE

Tel: 01964 544067

  • St. James Church, Old Ellerby

    St. James Church, Old Ellerby

  • Roll of Honour WW1, New Ellerby

    Roll of Honour WW1, New Ellerby

  • Roll of Honour WW1, Old Ellerby

    Roll of Honour WW1, Old Ellerby

  • New Ellerby Methodist church

    New Ellerby Methodist church

Ellerby Parish Council provides some local services. Our website includes information about how we conduct business and what we do.

We are gradually adding more information about what is happening in your village and your local services.

Latest News

Rathlin Energy proposals

Information leaflet regarding the Rathlin Energy proposals for their West Newton site.

Posted: Wed, 04 Aug 2021 19:00 by Sara Towne

Grant funding for community projects

Withernwick Wind Farm Community Fund

The parish council's application for a grant for projects of community benefit has been confirmed.

The parish council will be pleased to receive suggestions and ideas for how this money can be used. Please contact the clerk or any parish councillor. It must be a project which benefits the community.

In addition, a new grant has been launched by ERYC - Do it for East Yorkshire Community Fund. This fund is aimed at Covid recovery community activity, such as holding a festival or event. Full details are available through the website: www.doitforeastyorkshire.co.uk. If you have a suggestion for ways in which this funding could be used to benefit the parish of Ellerby, please contact the clerk or a councillor.

Posted: Tue, 06 Jul 2021 13:44 by Sara Towne

Community Speedwatch Scheme

Following a meeting with PC Goodwin it was established that there are no suitable locations for a speed check in Old Ellerby, however four locations have been identified in New Ellerby. A team of at least six people is required before a scheme can be started and training will be provided.

Anyone who is interested in helping with the Community Speedwatch scheme is invited to contact the clerk or any of the parish councillors as soon as possible. Once six people have registered their interest, PC Goodwin will arrange for training to be given on how to use the equipment. There must be three people present when a speed check is carried out.

Posted: Tue, 06 Jul 2021 13:40 by Sara Towne