National Grid are proposing to build a new high voltage electricity transmission line and associated works between a new substation north of Hull at Creyke Beck and a new substation at High Marnham in Nottinghamshire. Please find via the attached link an important communication with regards to the National Grid Proposals and Consultation.
The proposed upgrade is to increase the capability of the electricity transmission network between the north of England and the Midlands. It will facilitate the connection of proposed new offshore wind that is planned in the area.
ERYC have requested Ellerker Parish Council to share some information about the Holiday Activities and Food programme (HAF). ERYC are into the second year of a 3-year Department for Education funded programme which enables children and young people who are in receipt of benefits related free school meals who attend an East Riding school toeat healthily and be active during the school holidays. There are over 40 HAF delivery partners organising fun activities across the East Riding throughout the 6-week summer holidays, with sessions lasting at least 4 hours and a meal is provided for each participant too. All of the programmes are inclusive, but ERYC also offer a specific programme of activities for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.
ERYC recognise the pressures on low-income families particularly in the holiday period and ask for help in spreading the word about these free activities. Attached are some flyers of all the programmes.
If parents and carers see something they like, all they have to do is get in touch with the provider to secure their child’s place. All East Riding pupils in receipt of benefits related free school meals are able to attend a maximum of 16 activities for free in the summer holidays.
HAF is a targeted programme, so for everyone else who isn’t eligible, the school’s out website is starting to be populated with new sessions being added daily https://www.activeeastriding.co.uk/
If you have any queries or need the information please do get in touch with:-
Holiday Activities and Food Commissioning and Quality Monitoring Officer Children and Young People’s Specialist Services Children, Families and Schools
Prior to the meeting there will be a Public Meeting starting at 6.30pm to discuss the National Grid Electricity Transmission – North Humber to High Marnham – Stage One Consultation 1st June to 27th July 2023 proposals and the potential impact on Ellerker Village. The meeting will last a maximum of 1 hr with contributor’s limited to 5 mins.
I hereby give you notice that the Ellerker Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Thursday 11th May 2023 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 Cllr
4) Humberside Police Report
5) Reports from the Groups and Clubs of the Parish
– St Anne’s Church
– Neighbourhood Watch
– Village Hall Committee
– Playing Fields Committee
– South Cave and Wolds Rotary
6) Chairman’s Closing Comments
Claire Wood 21st March 2023
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.
The Annual Meeting of the Ellerker Parish Council will follow this meeting at the same venue at 7.30pm. The agenda is available here
NOTICE OF A MEETING FOR THE ELECTION OF CHURCHWARDENS
A meeting for the election of churchwardens will be held in The Church on Sunday 23rd April, 2023 at 10.30am
This meeting may be attended by:
1. All persons whose names are entered on the church electoral roll of the parish and
2. All persons resident in the parish whose names are entered on a register of local government electors by reason of such residence.
Further information is available via the links below
Residents are warmly invited to join in the rewarding and fun Annual Litter Pick as part of the National Great British Spring Clean.
• Volunteers are asked to meet at the Village Hall at 10am and 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, kindly provided by ERYC and Sewells on the Go, South Cave
• 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 Notice of Election will be published on Friday 17 March 2023 and the nomination period will open on Monday 20 March 2023.
Nominations will close promptly at 4pm on 4 April 2023. Nomination forms have to be submitted in person to Electoral Services, County Hall, Cross Street, Beverley, HU17 9BA.
Due to the large volume of nomination papers that are normally submitted, candidates (or their representative) are being asked to make an appointment to submit their nomination forms. To book an appointment, please call 01482 393300.
Candidates are strongly advised to send in their forms ahead of formal submission so that an informal check can be undertaken. These will need to be sent in electronically by e-mail to I would remind candidates that once nominations have been submitted, alterations cannot be made (apart from to correct very minor errors).
If a candidate is standing for a political party, please ensure that Form 2 (Certificate of Authorisation), or if a separate Certificate of Authorisation) is being used, this is signed by a person authorised to sign on behalf of the Nominating Officer. To help with this and to avoid any undue delay, could I please ask that the electoral services team receive the proper written notification from the political party concerned. This is often called a certificate of delegated authority for the nomination of candidates and the use of a party emblem or something similar. This provides the confirmation that the person signing Form 2 does have the authority of the political party’s nominating officer to act on their behalf with regards to the nomination of candidates.
Candidates will become eligible for a free copy of the electoral register for the parish in which you are standing. The earliest date they can officially become a candidate is the 27 March 2023, which is the last day that the Notice of Election can be published. We appreciate that candidates will want to start completing their forms as early as possible and we are encouraging the submission of papers from 20 March 2023. Any candidate wanting help with the elector numbers of their subscribers before they are able to be supplied with a copy of the electoral register, should contact the electoral services team either by e-mail on or telephone 01482 393300. Please note that the elector numbers used must be from the electoral register in force at the time of the publication of the Notice of Election, so this will be the March 2023 register update.
A briefing for all validly nominated candidates will take place on Monday 17 April 2023 at 6pm. Details will be sent to all those candidates concerned.
You will be aware that the Election Act 2022 has introduced voter identification at polling stations. Whilst there are various information and awareness campaigns being run by the electoral commission nationally, supplemented by local authorities local and regionally, I would like to encourage all candidates to help in making voters aware of the need to ensure they have an acceptable form of photographic ID with them when visiting the polling station on polling day. Ahead of polling day, a voter who does not have one of the forms of photo ID, can apply for a free Voter Authority Certificate.