News

East Riding Community Hub

Assistance is available  from East Riding Community Hub for residents having difficulties during the COVID-19 pandemic.  A leaflet providing details can be downloaded by clicking on the link below.  

East Riding Community Hub

 

Councillor Vacancies

Claire Patton was co-opted as a new Parish Councillor at the Council meeting on 4th November.  There is one remaining vacancy. If you are interested in contributing to the life of your village, an application form and more details are available by clicking on this link

 

Information from East Riding of Yorkshire Council

1. Campaign by the East Riding to find 100 new foster carers:- for information visit www.eastriding.gov.uk/fostering or to receive an electronic information pack, email FISH@eastriding.gov.uk

2. A chance to contribute to the covid-19 Collection in the East Riding. East Riding Archives are asking residents to share their memories of the Covid-19 lockdown period-photographs of people's daily lives, pictures of empty streets, pictures of "clap for carers" on Thursday evenings, stories relating to their lockdown experiences, and any written poetry.

The links given are archives.service@eastriding.gov.uk for queries or to book an appointment with an Archivest and find out more go to https://eastridingarchives.blog/2020/08/19/your-eadt-riding-covid-19-experiences/

3. Emergency cash is still available for residents affected financially by Covid-19.

Residents are urged to apply for funds to help them pay for essentials.

Eligible applicants must have experienced a reduction in income of at least 20% which is a result of Covid-19 and do not have savings available.

Emergency assistance may be awarded to an applicant who is over 16, has their main residence within the East Riding of Yorkshire and does not have the resources to meet their family's immediate short-term needs.

Visit the website www.eastriding.gov.uk/living or call the council's benefits contact centre on 01482 394799

Also for any issues regarding Covid-19 call The Contact Centre on 01482 393919. This is open 9.00am-5.00pm on weekdays. Emergency Calls at weekend will be dealt with by the Lifeline Service on this number.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.