- Thursday, 20th December, 7pm – Celtic Communion followed by mulled wine and mince pies in Church
- Friday, 21st December, 6pm – Carol Singing around the village with Santa Claus. Meet at Ellerker Lodge Garden Centre
- Sunday, 23rd December, 9.30am – By popular demand, a Festival of 9 Lessons and Carols
- Sunday, 23rd December, 6pm – Nativity Service
- Monday, 24th December, 11.30pm – Midnight Mass
- Tuesday, 25th December, 9.30am – Shortened Christmas Day Special Service
The next Village Hall Annual General Meeting is in Ellerker Village Hall at 7.30pm on Friday, 23rd November – all village residents are welcome
Ellerker Heritage Exhibition – including the Original 1776 Ellerker Enclosure Award
The next Parish Council meeting is in Ellerker Village Hall at 7.30pm on Thursday, 8th November – all village residents are welcome
We have a meeting scheduled for Tuesday, 13th November at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. We’ve decided to run this as an open meeting, as there are a few discussion points needing input from other village groups and anyone else wanting to get involved.
The main point that springs to mind is co-ordinating the Village Christmas Event on 8th December (intended to be a collaboration between the Village Hall, Playing Fields and Church), but others include the planned war memorial bench, the removal of the cherry tree on the green and potential lopping of the trees behind the Village Hall
Playing Field Committee
Make a note of this in your Diary & Calendar – Saturday 8th December
Following the success of the Christmas Event last year the Parish Council and other Village Committees are jointly planning a similar event on the afternoon and early evening of 8th December, which will include:
Illumination of the Christmas Tree
Christmas Carols around the Tree
Mulled Wine and Mince Pies
Further details will follow.
Please mark this special day in your diary
Clerk to Ellerker Parish Council
The next Parish Council meeting is in Ellerker Village Hall at 7.30pm on Thursday, 13th September – all village residents are welcome
Police Surgery at Ellerker Lodge Garden Centre on Saturday, 22nd September 10.00 to 11.00 am
Ellerker Sports Day this year is on SUNDAY, 16th September
The number of children in the village is small so if anyone knows of other young children with links to the village who would like to take part please let us know
In the Village Hall there will be the usual competition classes – they must be tabled in the Hall by 10am
Competition judging between 10am and Midday
A painting or drawing in any medium – topic – “Play”
An animal or bird made from vegetables or fruit
A single rose in vase
Three blooms in vase
A Sponge, Fruit or Chocolate cake (cakes can be donated for tea in the afternoon, very welcome)
Village Hall shuts between Midday and 2pm
Sports on The Green from 2pm until 4pm
Children’s point scores for inside and outside events are totalled for the overall cup!
From Ellerker Neighbourhood Watch:
Humberside Police have asked me to send this information to you, please share.
“Postal Scam – between 25/7/18 -14/8/18 there have been 7 police incidents in Cottingham, Willerby and Beverley area.
A male dresse in a red post office t shirt, black shorts and shoes.
This male is believed to be a bogus post man, the male says he has a parcel for this address ( the person’s name is on the parcel) and there is an outstanding 68p to be paid for it. If the house owner states they will pay by cash the bogus persons says he can only accept card. The male produces a card reader and once the bogus male has the card he tells the person it did not work as the signal was no good the male states he is going to go round the corner so that it would work. Now the male has the bank card/details. Once around the corner he joins a male in a vehicle waiting in a black land rover freelander 1997 – 2006 model. They then drive off and go to a nearby ATM and withdraw £200 and £50. The same scam is then repeated in the same area then they move on and turn up a few days later and repeat the scam.
If anyone becomes suspicious or can get the registration of the black car phone police 999.”