...serving the communities of
Leconfield, Arram and Scorborough. The
website is maintained on behalf of
Leconfield Parish Council and will
provide information regarding Parish
Council meetings, local history, a list
of community groups and activities, and
news about events happening locally.
If you wish to contact the Leconfield
Parish Council, or if you are involved in a local
group and would like to contribute to
the website please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next Parish Council meeting:
next Parish meeting will take place on
Monday 2nd August 2021
feedback on the “Tell Us What You
Think” – Community Engagement
thank you to all who participated
in the Community Engagement Focus
Groups held virtually during April
and May. It was great to
hear your views and we will take
all the actions from the focus
group sessions, work through them
and feedback in follow ups on our
website and in the newsletter
throughout the year.
captured the discussions at the
focus group sessions and have also
summarised what you told us in a
You can find both documents by
clicking the following links:
currently planning further events
where you can get involved and
share your views and we will
provide more information on these
events very soon.
again, thank you for telling us
what you think. Your views really
matter to us. Many of those
taking part told us that they
loved living in our community and
we are committed to engaging and
working with our community to make
improvements for everyone.
For the latest information on East
Riding of Yorkshire Council's
services affected by the crisis please
visit the ERYC
If you are in need of help during the
crisis, East Riding of Yorkshire Council
in partnership with the HEY Smile
Foundation have established the Community
Response Hub service to find the
help that you need.
Post Office Outreach Services
Leconfield Village Hall, Miles Lane
Tuesdays : 10.00 to 12.00
Thursdays : 13.30 to 15.30
A defibrillator for use in emergencies
is sited in a secure stowage on the wall
of Arthur Day's shop on Main Street.
Should the need to use this equipment
arise, you should go to the
defibrillator and from there phone the
emergency services. The operator will
ask for your location and then
give you full instructions on how to
open the stowage container and then how
to use the defibrillator, which is
Recycling facilities for paper and glass
are located in the Village Hall car
Please make sure you ring the Police on
101 to log any incidents
otherwise they will not be recorded
and that will not assist the Parish
Council when raising issues regarding
policing in the parish.
The East Riding Mobile Library visits
Leconfield approximately every four
weeks. Click here to find
out when it is next in the village.
Crime Prevention - Safe and
Sound Scheme Information on keeping your home or
business secure can be viewed on the East
Riding of Yorkshire Council website.
Certain residents may qualify for a
grant to improve home security through
the Safe and Sound scheme.