As outlined in the Prime Minister’s statement on 31 October, from Thursday, 5
November new national restrictions will apply in England in an effort to reduce the rapid
increase in COVID-19 infections across the country, hospitalisations and loss of life.
The new restrictions will be in place until 2 December and are aimed at reducing day-to-day
contact between people – therefore closing certain businesses and venues and encouraging people to stay at home wherever possible, except for specific reasons.
Further detailed information is available via the links below:-
- 3 steps to Safety
- New National Restrictions
- East Riding of Yorkshire Council Parish Council Update (Including key information with regards to Council services and facilities)
- Don’t be the link poster
The East Riding Food Poverty Alliance (ERFPA) and its constituent foodbank members are now providing all emergency food parcel distribution. Callers to ERYC (01482 393919) will still be supported to access suitable food supplies via commercially available supplies. Residents in financial need are referred directly to Foodbank services. Paid for food parcels are still available as a last resort, with this service being delivered on ERYC behalf by East Yorkshire Foodbank. Residents can still apply for individual emergency assistance at https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/living/emergency-assistance/