We’re lucky to live in a beautiful area with many places to enjoy our coast and countryside. If you’re heading out this weekend, stay local. There’s plenty to explore away from the crowds http://walkingtheriding.eastriding.gov.uk/
Enjoy the East Riding responsibly:
Think of others
Use your common sense
Take your rubbish home
Respect the environment
Avoid busy areas and if you find yourself in a busy place consider using a face covering (unless exempt) or heading home
Dear Parishioners NOTICE of the Annual Parish Meeting
I hereby give you notice that the Ellerker Annual Parish Meeting will be held remotely on Thursday 6th May 2021 at 6.30pm.
Venue: Remote Meeting Via Zoom. Please see the separate guidance provided on the website and noticeboards with regards to attendance.
All Local Government Electors registered to vote in the Civil Parish of Ellerker are invited to attend. BUSINESS TO BE TRANSACTED
1) Acceptance of apologies for absence
2) Chairman’s annual report – Claire Wood
3) Unitary Councils report – ERYC Cllr
4) Humberside Police Report
5) Reports from the Groups and Clubs of the Parish
– St Anne’s Church
– Ellerker WI
– Neighbourhood Watch
– Village Hall Committee
– Playing Fields Committee
6) Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II to be celebrated in June 2022
7) Chairman’s Closing Comments
Claire Wood 25th March 2021
Chairman: Ellerker Parish Council
Please note: If a Parish Poll is requested only parishioners listed on the electoral roll will be able to make the request and vote
Humberside Fire and Rescue service offer Safe and Well visits to our community. We provide information, advice and guidance tailored to meet individual needs.
Our visits can include:
• Home fire safety
• Smoke alarm testing
• Escape plans
• Health and well-being information
• Advice to keep you safe in your home
New housing measures which came into force on 14 December 2020, mean that is now a legal requirement for all bird keepers to keep their birds indoors and to follow strict biosecurity measures in order to limit the spread of and eradicate the disease.
THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14 (1) TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC
Ellerker Lane, South Cave and Cave Lane and Main Street, Ellerker
Notice is hereby given that The East Riding of Yorkshire Council intends not less than seven days from the date of this notice to make an Order, the effect of which will be to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding along Ellerker Lane, Cave Lane and Main Street, Ellerker between Willow Flats and Mill Lane commencing 29th March 2021 to allow works to safely carry out core removal.
The road closure is necessary to enable the works to be carried out in a manner consistent with
ensuring the safety of the public. The Order is valid for 18 months, but it is anticipated that the
works will be completed within 12 days.
The alternative route for traffic affected by the road closure will be via: Mill Hill, Ring Beck Lane, Brough Road, South Cave Junction Roundabout, Willow Flats and vice versa. The diversion route will be signed at the time of closure and is accessible via this link. The road will be closed to all traffic but access will be maintained for emergency vehicles, residents and pedestrians.
Further information can be obtained by contacting the Council on 01482 393939 and asking for Highways Customer Care
Thank you to all of our patients for your continued support whilst we deliver the Covid19 vaccinations to our patient population. We continue to receive a high volume of calls to
query when patients may receive a vaccine which is affecting patients being able to contact
the practice for non-Covid19 queries.
Please do not contact us to book a vaccine or query when you will be offered one.
Many patients will have received a letter from NHS England offering them the chance to
book an appointment online to attend the mass vaccination centre at Askham Bar Park &
Ride. Patients can choose to be vaccinated there but will be required to return there for their 2nd vaccination. Alternatively, patients can be vaccinated at Brough Surgery but this
cannot be booked online.
We are contacting patients in order of the JCVI priority below and in age descending order
within each priority group. We have no influence over this list and cannot advise exact timescales due to vaccine availability which we have no control over.
1. residents in a care home for older adults and their carers – 1st vaccine completed*
2. all those 80 years of age and over and frontline health and social care workers – 1st
3. all those 75 years of age and over – 1st vaccine in progress
4. all those 70 years of age and over and clinically extremely vulnerable individuals – 1st
vaccine in progress
5. all those 65 years of age and over – expected to start late February 2021
6. all individuals aged 16 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions which put
them at higher risk of serious disease and mortality (including registered carers)
7. all those 60 years of age and over
8. all those 55 years of age and over
9. all those 50 years of age and over
*some patients in each group may not have had their vaccination due to personal medical circumstances. These are being followed up so they can receive the vaccine as soon as they are medically well enough. Our staff are working extremely hard to care for you during these unprecedented times so please be patient. Thank you for your continued support. For regular updates, please follow us on Facebook
(https://www.facebook.com/theridingsmedicalgroup) or visit our website
What is the census?
The census is a survey that happens every 10 years and gives us a picture of all the people and households in England and Wales. All kinds of organisations, from local authorities to charities, use the information to help provide the services we all need, including transport, education and healthcare. Without the census, it would be much more difficult to do this.
When should I fill in my census questionnaire?
Census Day is Sunday 21 March – but you can fill yours in as soon as you get your access code
in the post. Your answers should be about the people who usually live in your household on this date – even if you’re filling it in before then. If your household circumstances change on
Census Day, you can let us know.
Further information is available via the following links:-