The Ellerker Village Summer Fayre and Beer Festival will take place on Saturday 18th June 2022 – All are welcome!
- Wold Top Brewery will be providing the beers (other drinks also available)
- Acoustic performers will be on stage throughout the afternoon
- The Beat and The Bear are performing in the evening
- The infamous duck race will take place at 4.30pm!
- Tombola – all donations gratefully received.
- Face painting
- Giant inflatable slide
- Food Stalls (including last year’s smash hit Zachary’s ice-cream)
- Multiple stalls selling everything from bobble hats to bread to books and much more in between
All proceeds from the event go to the charity that run the playing fields, keeping them and the equipment in good working order for all to enjoy.
Another way to contribute is to choose us as your easy fundraising or amazon smile charity to donate gift aid to (at no extra cost to yourselves!).
Come and enjoy great films, delicious snacks and good company
Enjoy the huge screen and Dolby sound in the newly-refurbished Welton Memorial Hall
Saturday June 11: The Kings Speech 7 pm, film 7:30 pm
King George VI’s sudden ascension to the British throne in 1936, and the speech therapist who helped him overcome his stammer.
Admission only £5
Saturday July 9 – BLACK PANTHER, 7 pm, film 7:30 pm
T’Challa, the new ruler of the modern kingdom of Wakanda, must defend his land from being torn apart by enemies from outside and inside the country. This thrilling film was awarded four Oscars and a BAFTA.
Saturday August 13 – TOY STORY Time TBA
A cowboy toy is profoundly threatened and jealous when a fancy spaceman toy supplants him as top toy in a boy’s room. Toy Story can hold its head high, boasting of two Oscars, two Oscar nominations, and three BAFTAs.
September No film showing
Saturday October 15 – BLINDED BY THE LIGHT 7 pm, film 7:30
Set in 1987, during Thatcher’s austere Britain, this is a joyous, coming-of-age story about a teenager who learns to live life, understand his family and find his own voice through the words and music of Bruce Springsteen. “Blinded” won or was nominated for a dozen awards at film festivals.
Saturday November 19 – 12 YEARS A SLAVE, 7 pm, film 7:30
In the pre-Civil War United States, Solomon Northup, a free black man from upstate New York, is abducted and sold into slavery. The film won two BAFTAs and a half dozen Oscars, including Best Motion Picture.
There is a vacancy on the above Council caused by the resignation of a Councillor
A bye-election to fill the vacancy will be held if by 5th May 2022, 10 electors for the Parish Council give notice in writing to the Chief Executive of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council at County Hall, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU17 9BA claiming such an election.
If no such notice is given the Parish Council will fill the vacancy by co-option.
A modern and vibrant website has been designed to help keep residents independent in their homes longer and to improve the customer experience when seeking information about adult social care.
Adult social care is changing the way the council offers support and advice and a new operating model is being delivered through Your Life, Your Way, a programme designed to drive the best outcomes for residents and ensure the right support is delivered at the right time.
The Ellerker Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Thursday 5th May 2022 at 6.30pm.
Venue: Ellerker Village Hall
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 Cllrs
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) Ellerker Parish Christmas tree and festive plan 2022
8) Chairman’s Closing Comments
The Annual Parish Council Meeting will start at 7.30pm on the same day at the same venue.
New committee members are needed for the Ellerker Playing Field Committee.
Please join our AGM on Tuesday 5th April at 7pm in the Village Hall.
To meet the trustee requirements, we need a minimum committee of 5 to oversee the management of the playing fields and fundraise for the upkeep.
Are you interested in looking after our green spaces? We need at least 4 Ellerker residents to join please as 4 committee members are stepping down. The committee must consist of at least a Chair, Treasurer, Secretary and 2 other trustees. To give an idea of commitment, we usually have around 4 meetings per year (including AGM) and manage adhoc issues by email or what’s app.
Looking forward to seeing you at the meeting.
Residents are warmly invited to join the annual Ellerker Village Litter Pick
Saturday 26th March 2022, 10.00 – 14.00
It can be a rewarding and fun event!
• Volunteers will gather at the Village Hall at 10am
• You will be allocated a team and a zone in which to work
• Litter Picker-ups and bags will be provided along with high visibility jackets for those working along the busier roads
• Please bring your own gloves. It is also advisable to bring a bucket in which to place the many bottles and cans as these can split the bags
• The event is kindly supported by Sewell OnTheGo
On 21 February 2022, the prime minister announced that the government will be removing remaining domestic restrictions in England. The government guidance can be found here, including the plan for living with COVID-19. From 24 February 2022, people will not be legally required to self-isolate if they test positive for COVID-19. The advice in the guidance is to stay at home if you can and avoid contact with other people. In order to decrease the risk of catching and passing on COVID-19, the government advises people to get vaccinated. It advises letting fresh air in if meeting inside or meeting outside and to consider wearing a face-covering in crowded and enclosed spaces. It also says to try to stay at home if unwell and to take a test if you have symptoms.
Clerk to Ellerker Parish Counci
We wanted to make you aware of preparations we have made in readiness for Storms Dudley and Eunice.
We are aware that both storms carry a threat of gale force winds, forecast for our operating area from Wednesday evening, potentially causing damage to our network. We want to assure you that we closely track the weather and have ensured our resources are in place to respond if the storms impact our network.
Our network control engineers have capability to restore power supplies remotely, switching electricity through alternative routes on our network wherever possible to get customers back on supply. In parallel our frontline workforce will be deployed to carry out local switching and repairs to restore power as safely and quickly as possible, conditions allowing.
We will continue to track the forecast closely, as we always do. If the situation develops we will keep you updated by text (where we have your number) and email – Please keep an eye out for these updates.
As a reminder: if you do lose power, you can report your power cut online at www.northernpowergrid.com/powe
Informing us that you have no power means we can keep in touch with you during the power cut.
We are also reminding anyone who spots any damaged overhead power lines or other equipment that they must not approach the area and should report it immediately by calling 105. Our 24/7 contact centre will be available with advisors ready to provide information, advice and support to customers who call 105, the free, three-digit power cut number.
If you have a disability, medical condition or very young family, who may need greater assistance during a power cut and have signed up to our Priority Services Membership, we will keep you updated as a priority. If you require further support, you can contact our dedicated priority service line 0800 169 2996. Our customer support vehicles are also prepped and ready to go out into local communities, where possible, to offer help on the ground to those who need it most.
We expect that the storm will create levels of disruption that are over and above typical levels. If it does, we will be applying the lessons learnt from Storm Arwen in relation to keeping customers updated on our progress. In the early stages, we will give longer estimates of likely restoration times that reflect the fact that we won’t know the extent of the damage to the network. During that time, we will expect to get a lot of supplies restored by reconfiguring the network, but we will not yet know which customers are affected by damage that needs physical repair to restore supplies. In those early stages, we will be working hard to assess the damage so that we can provide more precise updates as the situation unfolds.
You can also find some useful hints and tips on what to do during a power cut on our website at www.northernpowergrid.com/what