More GP appointments for people in our area available now
NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group has arranged with local family doctor practices to make it easier for people to access routine care. Extra appointments are now available in the evenings, at weekends and on bank holidays from more than a dozen convenient locations in the East Riding. The Improving Access service is an extension of your GP practice and offers pre-bookable appointments with GPs, nurses, healthcare assistants, physiotherapists, pharmacists and mental health workers.
This is not a walk-in service – you do need to book an appointment in the normal way through your own GP practice.
To find out more about the service, including how to book an appointment, visit www.improvingaccess.org
SEVERE WEATHER - Goodmanham residents can collect bags of ROCK SALT from behind the curved wall to the right of the entrance to Manor Farm. Supplies will be replenished as necessary and Mr & Mrs Stephenson are contactable on 01430 873510 or 07779 246214.
POTHOLES - Please report these using the online form on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council website, or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Automated External DEFIBRILLATOR (AED) is currently located at All Hallows Cottage (next to the Goodmanham Arms). Please call 999 first in order to obtain the access code to open the cabinet. However the AED will eventually be sited in the replacement telephone kiosk on Church Side.
Changes to planning application publicity With effect from April 2017 East Riding Council will no longer send individual letters to neighbouring properties about planning applications. By registering for an account with Public Access on the council’s website residents can be kept informed automatically of new applications in their area.Visit www.eastriding.gov.uk/publicaccess for guidance on using Public Access.
PLANNING APPLICATIONS Please note that the Parish Council can only make recommendations to East Riding Council, but every application is considered. All applications are accessible on the planning portal of the East Riding Council website (www.eastriding.gov.uk).
The Community Beat Manager for this area is PC John Day (email: John.Day@humberside.pnn.police.uk). Passing information onto the police enables them to take action.
CREATING A SAFER COMMUNITY – Report inappropriate and dangerous parking, and anti-social behaviour to Humberside Police on 101 or 01482 597600.The direct number for ERYC's Anti-Social Behaviour Team is 01482 396380. The East Riding Communities Officer is Maureen Yates Tel: 01482 391013 or email: email@example.com The Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator for Goodmanham is Peter Rimes.
DOG WARDEN SERVICE - 01482 396301- Please call this number to report irresponsible dog walkers who fail to clean up, by telling the warden the location, date and time together with a description of the person and dog. Any information provided will be treated in strict confidence.
FREE SCHOOL TRANSPORT to Market Weighton Infant and Junior Schools - As a condition of the village school closing in 1967, East Riding Council provide transport to school for 4 -11 year olds living in Goodmanham.
PARKING We are fortunate to have a free car park in Goodmanham which is available to everyone, visitors and residents alike.