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Welcome to the Leconfield Parish News website

...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 leconfieldpc@outlook.com.

Next Parish Council meeting

The next Parish meeting will take place on Monday 2nd August 2021

Please see the Parish Council pages for more details

Parish Engagement events

Initial feedback on the “Tell Us What You Think” – Community Engagement Events


A big 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. 


We captured the discussions at the focus group sessions and have also summarised what you told us in a diagram. 
You can find both documents by clicking the following links:

What You Told Us Spring 2021

Feedback on Community Engagement Spring 2021


We are currently planning further events where you can get involved and share your views and we will provide more information on these events very soon.

Once 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.

Covid 19 Crisis information

For the latest information on the Covid-19 Crisis from the Her Majesty's Government please follow
this link to the UK Goverment website

Specific guidance regarding what you can and can not do in England can be found
on a page entitled
National lockdown: Stay at Home
For the latest NHS information and advice on Covid-19 please follow
this link to the NHS website

For the latest information on East Riding of Yorkshire Council's
services affected by the crisis please visit the ERYC website

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.


Useful Information

Post Office Outreach Services

Leconfield Village Hall, Miles Lane
Tuesdays : 10.00 to 12.00
Thursdays : 13.30 to 15.30
Leconfield Emergency Defibrillator.
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 straight forward.

Community Recycling
Recycling facilities for paper and glass are located in the Village Hall car park.

Bin Collections
See the East Riding Council website for all information on waste and recycling bins.

Policing Issues
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.

Mobile Library
The East Riding Mobile Library visits Leconfield approximately every four weeks.
Click here to find out when it is next in the village.

Planning Applications
Planning applications for within the parish can be viewed on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council website.

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.

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This page last updated 6th July 2021