News

New website helps residents stay independent in their homes for longer

Added by Parish Clerk at 12:07 on 19 April 2022

A modern and vibrant website has been designed to help keep residents independent in their homes longer and to...

Post Office for North Frodingham

Added by Parish Clerk at 10:49 on 24 March 2022

An outreach Post Office for North Frodingham is due to open in April 2022 at the Social Centre, it will operat...

Age UK Befrienders Needed

Added by Parish Clerk at 13:11 on 14 December 2021

Talk, laugh and make a difference in your community. Volunteer Befrienders provide regular friendship visits o...

Private Fostering

Added by Parish Clerk at 12:22 on 15 November 2021

Private Fostering is when a child under the age of 16 (or under 18 if disabled) is being or it is intended tha...

Financial Help for Residents

Added by Parish Clerk at 12:27 on 28 October 2021

The past 19 months has been a very unsettling time for many residents, with some people losing their job, furl...

Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Weekend 2022

Added by Parish Clerk at 18:16 on 23 September 2021

Plans have been announced for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Weekend and are available on the website http...

Countryside Code Updated

Added by Parish Clerk at 13:20 on 06 September 2021

Natural England have refreshed and updated the Countryside Code, please click on the following link to view an...

Community Speedwatch Volunteers Needed

Added by Parish Clerk at 13:00 on 17 June 2021

The Parish Council is currently looking for volunteers to join a Speedwatch group in the village. A minimum of...

Free Employment Support Service

Added by Parish Clerk at 12:23 on 16 June 2021

Supporting you back into work We can help you Create a professional CV Search for relevant jobs Ace those ...

Safe and Sound Grant

Added by Parish Clerk at 16:32 on 15 June 2021

Home Owners and Private Tenants What is a Safe & Sound Grant? The grant is to help minimise the fear of cr...

Say No to Fraud Campaign

Added by Parish Clerk at 13:22 on 28 May 2021

Did you know that £13.8 million was stolen from 7471 victims between 2019-2020 in the Humber area alone?...
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