Six new affordable homes for rent are currently being developen on a site on Main Street, North Frodingham.  Priority for these homes will be given to current residents of the village or those with strong connections.  For further details contact David Siddle, Rural Housing Enabler, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, telephone 07711 808 298, email david.siddle@eastriding.gov.uk



North Frodingham is a village and civil parish situated approximately 5.5 miles south-east of Driffield in East Riding of Yorkshire with a population of 830.  St Elgin's Church in the village is a grade II listed building.  The village includes a primary school, a pubic house, the Blue Post Inn, a garage, a playing field and a small park overlooking the Social Centre. The village is surrounded by fields and farms. The village has a bus stop, although public transportation options in the area are limited.

The Parish Council has notice boards at the Millennium Garden and opposite the Blue Post Inn on which Parish Council agendas and minutes are displayed, along with posters of events and information about clubs, societies and groups which operate within the Village.

North Frodingham Parish Council meets in the Village Hall on the second Monday of the month at 7.30pm.  Planned meeting dates are:
10 June 2024
8 July 2024
9 September 2024
14 October 2024
11 November 2024
9 December 2024
13 January 2024
10 February 2024
10 March 2024
14 April 2024
12 May 2024 Annual Parish Council Meeting


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