To all Ellerker Residents

There are currently 3 Allotment plots available for residents. If anyone in your household is interested in renting one of these plots please contact the Parish Clerk by no later than 31/7/2017.
If no interest is shown The Parish Council intends to sow the un-let land as a wild flower meadow, until such time as the allotments are required.
Please be aware that you will be required to enter into a tenancy agreement with the Parish Council that contains cultivation requirements.

Contact details:
Alan Barker Clerk Ellerker Parish Council
16 Chantreys Drive
Elloughton Brough
East Yorkshire HU15 1LH

EYMS buses for Ellerker

The EYMS 155 service stopped travelling through the centre of Ellerker with effect from 21st May 2017. It will continue to stop on the corner by Ellerker Lodge Garden Centre. Apparently this is due to operational reasons and very limited usage.

The EYMS 143 service will continue its normal service to the village on Mon, Wed and Saturday.

Alan Barker
Clerk to Ellerker Parish Council

Police Surgery – 7th May

PCSO Steve Lynch will be attending the Village Green for a Police Surgery on 7th May 2017 from 1pm to 2pm.  If you have any issues or queries you wish to discuss with him, this would be your perfect opportunity.

Ellerker Parish – Annual Meeting 2017

The Annual Meeting of the Parish Council will take place in the Village Hall at 7.30pm on Thursday, 11th May. This is an opportunity for all residents to find out what Ellerker Parish Council has been doing during the past 12 months and what it hopes to achieve during the year ahead. Questions and Suggestions are welcomed.

Alan Barker
Clerk to Ellerker Parish Council

Parish Council Meeting

The next meeting of the Parish Council is at 7.30pm on Thursday, 6th April – all residents are very welcome to attend the meeting in the Village Hall.

At the recent litter-pick-weekends more than 60 bags of rubbish were collected
So a massive THANK YOU !! to all who took part.

Village Hall Defibrillator

For those who missed the 28th February session by paramedic Tom, about how to use and when to use the Defibrillator located on the Village Hall, here are some useful links:

Defibrillator Quick Reference Guide – document
How to Use Your Defibrillator 1 – video
How to use Your Defibrillator 2 – video

If you find someone unconcious your FIRST action should be to phone 999, the emergency operator will then tell you whether or not the Defibrillator should be used.