Ellerker Parish Council Meeting

The next Parish Council meeting is in Ellerker Village Hall at 7.30pm on Thursday 6th January 2022 – all village residents are welcome. The meeting agenda can be viewed here.

Information with regards to the current Plan B guidance in respect of the holding of Parish Council meetings is available via this link. A summary is provided based on guidance provided by NALC, ERNLLCA and ERYC alongside the Covid 19 Return to Face-to-Face Meetings Risk Assessment provided by BHIB Councils Insurance.

Alan Barker
Clerk to Ellerker Parish Council

Financial Support for residents

FIND OUT ABOUT FINANCIAL HELP AVAILABLE TO RESIDENTS

ERYC are here to HELP.

The past 19 months has been a very unsettling time for many residents, with some people
losing their job, furlough support ending and the temporary £20 uplift of universal credit and
tax credits ending. As the winter months are upon us, ERYC want to tell you about help available to residents, which could ease some financial pressures many will be under with the rise in
energy bills.

Please click on the link below for more information.

ERYC – Member info on financial support for residents October 2021

Resurfacing and Carriageway Patching Repairs – Cave Lane, Main Street Ellerker, Water Lane, South Cave

As part of the Council’s capital programme of carriageway planned maintenance works, East Riding of Yorkshire Council intend to undertake carriageway resurfacing and patching repairs at the above locations between the West End junction and the Howden Croft Hill junction. The work will commence on Monday 25 October, for fourteen days, returning on Monday 22 November for five days, including some overnight works (dependent on weather conditions).

Please note that all carriageway patches will be treated with a surface dressing next Summer. The working hours will be 08:00 – 17:00hr (Mon-Fri). The overnight working hours will be 19:00 – 00:00hr (Mon-Fri). Cave Lane, Main Street and Water Lane will be closed during the working hours with signed diversions in operation. ERYC would like to apologise in advance for any disruption caused by this essential repair work.

Residents affected by these works will be receiving a letter on 18 October and pre start information boards will be installed by the contractor (Streetscene Services) in advance of the works.