Welcome to the website of Hayton and Burnby Parish Council.
Keep checking regularly to find out about events, local businesses and community groups, check planning applications, read the council minutes and generally keep in touch with what is going on in your parish. You can also check the dates of the parish council meetings and come along to the open forum. If you would like to give us feedback or ask any questions, please do so using the contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
IF YOU ARE A LOCAL BUSINESS IN THE PARISH AND YOU WOULD LIKE YOUR DETAILS ADDED TO THE WEBSITE, PLEASE SEND THE INFORMATION VIA THE CONTACT FORM.
Parish Council election 2nd May 2019
5 People were nominated and have been elected uncontested so there will be no election for Parish Councillors on 2nd May.
The list of those nominated is available here.
There will be 2 vacancies on the Parish Council due to only 5 people being validly nominated for election.
The Parish Council intends to fill these vacancies by co-option and will be considering candidates at the next meeting on 9th May.
If you are interested in becoming a parish councillor please contact the clerk for more information.
There will however be an election taking place for the East Riding of Yorkshire Council ward councillors.
To view the list of candidates for Wolds Weighton visit the ERYC website
Reporting Potholes or damage to roads and pavements.
If you see damage to the roads or pavements you can report it directly to East Riding of Yorkshire Council by clicking here.
Do you have trouble arranging transport for hospital or medical appointments ? Try Medibus for a pre-booked door-to-door service. For more information call 03456 44 59 59 or click here.
Himalayan Water Balsam
This plant is growing alongside the beck. It forms dense stands which stop the growth of grasses and other plants leaving the banks bare of growth in winter and liable to erosion.
To find out more about this plant and how to control it please click here for an information sheet provided by the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology.