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East Riding of Yorkshire Council Financial Support for Residents

East Riding of Yorkshire Council have provided the information below on financial support available to local residents.

Parish Council Meeting 3rd November 2021

The agenda and papers for the next Parish Council meeting can be downloaded below.  The meeting will be held at the Fiddle Tree starting at 7:00 pm.  All Council meetings are open to the public and parishioners are welcome to attend all or part of the meeting.

         

Agenda 3.11.21     Papers 3.11.21

Councillor Vacancy - Expressions of Interest for Co-option

Claire Patton has resigned from the Council due to relocation to another part of the country.  This has created a vacancy for a Councillor.  Following the formal advertising of the vacancy by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, the Parish Council can now co-opt a new Councillor.  Further information about becoming a Councillor and a form for submission of an Expression of Interest are available below.  If you wish to discuss this further please contact the Clerk.

Co-option application form

Burglaries

The Parish Council have received the following from Humberside Police:

"Please be aware that sometime between the 10th and 14th September five bicycles (three electric, one road and one mountain bike) have been stolen from secure sheds/outbuildings (two in Bishop Wilton and three in Goodmanham at two different properties).

Please remind everyone to be extra vigilant and to report any suspicious people or vehicles to the Police on the non emergency number 101 or 999 in an emergency or if a crime is occurring."

 

Council Meeting 1st September 2021

The draft minutes for the above meeting have been posted under the minutes section.

Residents are reminded that they are welcome to attend any Parish Council meeting - there is no requirement to stay for the whole meeting!  If you are just interested in one item this can be moved to the start of the agenda at the discretion of the Chair.

 

 

 

Welcome

Welcome to the Goodmanham Parish Council website. This page provides information about the activities of the Parish Council and about the village.

WHAT IS THE PARISH COUNCIL?

The Parish Council is a formal public body which aims to act in the interests of the residents of Goodmanham Parish. There are 9 Councillors who meet formally about every 2 months. The Council is supported by a Parish Clerk. The Parish covers the village of Goodmanham and part of the Wolds.

WHAT DOES THE PARISH COUNCIL DO?

The Council provides a number of local services including the village car park, litter bins, grit bins, benches and defibrillator. It can support village activities and events. It represents the village in planning and other consultations.

HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED?

If you wish to raise any issue with the Council please contact the Parish Clerk. You are also welcome to attend any Council meetings. Agendas for meetings are posted on this website and on the noticeboard at least 3 working days prior to a meeting. Councillors are elected every 4 years (next due in 2023). Any vacancies that occur between formal elections will be advertised on the website and noticeboard.