The Playpark is closed Friday 17.02.23 due to the high winds. Please avoid the area and notices of closure will be present
Some of you may have known Norman over the years through Sports, Church, Rotary, The National Farmers Union and village life in South Cave. Norman was awarded an MBE for raising hundreds of thousands of pounds for charity. We have set up a Just Giving page for donations to MacMillan and Marie Curie who supported Norman and our family towards the end of his life. Any donations given would be truly appreciated. We are having a private cremation followed by a service of thanksgiving which is taking place on Friday 17th February at 1:15pm at All Saints Church, South Cave. Family flowers only please but a donation to the Just Giving Page if you can:https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/normanelliottmbe…Thank you on behalf of the Elliott family x
Time to get walking again!
With Spring on its way we start to think about getting out to walk in the beautiful English countryside again, but where to find new and interesting walks?
Walking in Yorkshire https://www.walkinginengland.co.uk/yorkshire has loads of walks to download and print, free, it also has books of walks, details of all the walking groups in the county and much more. Whether you want to walk on your own or with a group all the information is there in one place.
John Harris (who maintains the website) said ‘There is so much walking information on the web but it is difficult to find. Walking in Yorkshire (part of the Walking in England website) has brought it together in one place so whether you are walking from home, or away on holiday, you will be able to find a walk suitable for you’.
With walks from half a mile to twelve miles plus long, and a note of suitability for pushchairs and wheelchairs, everyone can find a walk to enjoy.
So home or away, check out the websites and get walking!
‘The Old Green Time Machine’ follows the journey of two intrepid and quirky time travellers who are in a race to save the world. In a future where all living things have been destroyed and all that is left is plastic, the two adventurers find themselves on an urgent mission. It’s a shame their carbon friendly time machine bicycle has seen better days…
This family friendly show is a whirlwind of contemporary dance, music, poetry and fun.
Performances include an interactive ‘Stay, Play and Learn’ session after the show, where audience members can meet the characters and stay behind for some planet saving tips and tricks, as well as games and a whole load of travelling fun.
The events are suitable for children aged three and over. Tickets cost: Adult £6, Children £3 and must be booked in advance.
The performances will be at:
South Cave Library
DATE: 13 February, 2023
Booking Link: https://www.bridspa.com/events/?entry=spx_401203
The Old Green Time Machine will be calling at East Riding Libraries in South Cave, Beverley and Withernsea (prgloo.com)
Responsible dog walking
Going out for a walk is an important part of your dog’s day, and the countryside can be a good place to do this. To keep you, your dog and other animals safe, follow our simple top tips for a safe countryside dog walk.
Follow the marked footpaths, close gates behind you and don’t stray into fields. Crops that are in early and later stages of growth are easily damaged by dogs and people walking on them.
Litter and dog poo
Poo bags and litter can seriously harm wildlife and farm animals as they may try to eat it, thinking it’s food. Always make sure you dispose of all your rubbish and dog poo in a bin. If there aren’t any public waste bins nearby, you should take the litter home with you and use your own bin.
We have more information about how to dispose of different types of litter safely. Dog walkers can play an important role in keeping the countryside safe for everyone by picking up any litter you see, even if it’s not yours, and safely disposing of it in a bin.
Many dogs will show interest in livestock and even if you think your dog wouldn’t harm another animal, accidents can happen. Dogs can easily frighten animals; ewes and lambs, in particular. Ewes can abort their unborn lambs, be separated from the herd and be seriously injured if they come into contact with dogs. Give livestock plenty of space, and don’t try to feed them as it might cause them harm.
Putting your dog in a situation where they end up chasing farm animals, wildlife or other pets can have far more serious consequences.
If your dog worries livestock, you may end up being sued for compensation and, in some circumstances, farmers are legally entitled to shoot dogs if they’re endangering their sheep.
How to stop your dog from worrying sheep
It can be all too easy to become complacent when walking your dogs, after all, it’s something we do every day. But remember, the resulting loss of life if your dog escapes your control – even for a moment – can be devastating. Don’t be caught out – follow these top tips:
Find out more about teaching your dog to come when called as well as other useful advice on caring for and understanding your dog.
Worried about a farm animal?
Find out who to contact if you think a farm animal is sick or injured.
Wherever you go in the countryside there will be wildlife nearby, and even though you might not be able to see them if they’re hidden away in bushes or hedgerows, dogs can still sniff them out thanks to their fantastic sense of smell. These could be young wild animals waiting for their parents, or adults trying to keep their young safe such as ground-nesting birds sitting on eggs. Be aware of areas where wildlife might be hiding and ensure your dog doesn’t disturb them, as this could cause parents to abandon their young or be chased and seriously injured by a dog. It’s the best way to keep your dog safe too, as some wild animals can be aggressive if they’re attacked and need to defend themselves or their young.
This is important all year round, but be especially careful in the spring and summer as this is when many wild animals will be breeding and have vulnerable offspring. If you are walking your dog in an area with deer between early May and late June, watch out for newborn deer who are especially vulnerable at this time and many are killed or injured by dogs. And if you’re walking on beaches or near areas where seals will come out of the water to rest, make sure your dog is on a lead and keep at least 100 metres distance and as far away from the seals as possible to avoid disturbing them.
Dogs can also harm wildlife living in ponds, as well as being at risk themselves if they swim in some ponds – find out more from Froglife.
Advice taken from What to look out for when walking your dog | RSPCA
From an idea in the Pub to UK Registered charity
After a number of humanitarian trips to help Ukrainians including the orphanage in Poland, Lee Ellerker decided the best way forward was to set up a proper charity. A few months later after jumping through a number of hoops with the help of Shaun Willox, Andrzej Frygier and Maryna Lupko we now have our charity, a bank account, a facebook and twitter page. After local and national TV exposure we are hoping to receive more donations so we can continue to help the people of Ukraine
our website is www.helpforukraineappealfund.org.uk
Need medical help? Use 111 online to get assessed and directed to the right place for you, like a consultation with a pharmacist.
The Parish Council are trying to locate the donator(s) of the cabinet and china located within the Town Hall, and are giving notice that the item(s) are to be removed in order to make use of additional space within the meeting room. Due to data protection reasons we are unable to publish the names of persons who had donated, if you are one of those please contact the Clerk on 01430 421044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org This notice will expire 28th February 2023 when the cabinet and contents will be re-homed.
The government’s Household Support Fund will help vulnerable households with the rising cost of heating oil. As a result, HWRA have been awarded funding from East Riding Council to offer grants to eligible residents in East Yorkshire.
On application if eligible, households will receive an oil delivery of approx. 500 litres and free membership to the YORSwitch Bulk Oil Buying Scheme for the year. (normally £20 per year).
The criteria can be viewed on our website below, along with the application forms.
Update received from ERYC Dog Warden – Neil Fraser
Many thanks for contacting us regarding the dog fouling issues in South Cave, I have conducted two patrols last week and sadly I agree with you that the irresponsible few are clearly allowing their dogs to foul in various public areas throughout the village. You may note that I have increased the enforcement signage in the village and I have spoken to a number of local residents and encouraged them to report any information that they may have, any violations that we can prove will result in prosecution
I will continue with the patrols and hopefully this will have a positive effect on this problem.
Please let me know If you have any further info and request residents to report dog fouling to the ERYC by visiting: Dog control and ownership (eastriding.gov.uk) or call: 01482 393939; email: email@example.com
Neil Fraser (Dog warden)
Reports of excessive dog fouling around the village which is causing distress to residents are on the increase. If you are a dog walker or owner, please ensure you pick up your dog poo.
Dog fouling is a major concern to many people, not just because of the mess it causes, but because it can be a health risk. Dogs may deposit roundworm eggs (toxocara canis) in their faeces, which become infectious after about 3 weeks, and can remain so for up to 2 years.
Anyone, but particularly children playing near to the ground, can run the risk of picking up and swallowing the eggs. The eggs then hatch in the intestine, burrow through the intestine wall into the blood stream and pass into the body.
Possible symptoms of toxocaral infection range from aches, dizziness and nausea to asthma and pneumonia, but as these symptoms can all be caused by other things, infections often go undiagnosed. In the UK there are around 100 cases of toxocariasis diagnosed each year.
In rare cases eye disease and loss of vision can be caused when the toxocara larva passes through the eye.
Flooding and drainage (eastriding.gov.uk)
Call 01482 393939
Sign up for flood warnings – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
Sign up to get flood warnings if your home or business in England is at risk of flooding. The service is free.
You’ll need to provide:
Update your details or flood warnings
If you have previously signed up for flood warnings, you can sign into your account to:
If you live in Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland
Sign up for flood warnings in Scotland or flood warnings in Wales.
Use flood maps to check flooding risk in Northern Ireland.
Other ways to register
If you’re in England, Scotland or Wales you can register, update your details or cancel your account by calling Floodline.
Telephone: 0345 988 1188
Textphone: 0345 602 6340
Find out about call charges
Warnings for more than one place
If you’re in England or Wales, you can register for the Targeted Flood Warning Service to get warnings for more than one place. For example, if your organisation has several sites.
The service is free for not-for-profit and public sector organisations. It costs £4,700 a year for other organisations.
To register for the Targeted Flood Warning Service, call the National Customer Contact Centre.
National Customer Contact Centre
Telephone: 03708 506 506
Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm
Advance notice of roadworks – A63
We’re getting in touch to let you know we’ll soon be carrying out essential maintenance work on the A63 between North Cave and South Cave, in both directions (but not at the same time), completing this work will mean smoother and safer journeys for customers.
We plan to start work on Monday 14 November and aim to complete in December. We’ll be working overnight between 8pm and 6am, Monday to Friday. We cannot complete this work in harsh weather; if there are any changes, we will keep you updated on our website and social media channels.
To carry out this work safely we will first close the westbound carriageway overnight (8pm until 6am) Monday to Friday for approximately 3 weeks. Due to essential maintenance work taking place on Ouse Bridge, we plan to return to complete the eastbound carriageway in the new year.
A fully signed diversion, which has been agreed in advance with the police and the local authority, will be in place.
During the day, the carriageway will be open to traffic in both directions.
If you would like to discuss this scheme, or need further information, please contact National Highways 0300 123 5000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can arrange for the project team to get in touch directly.
Local Plan Consultation goes live today. There are no new allocations for areas to be developed in South Cave, residents can still take the opportunity to contribute or comment. The site SCAV-C has not been developed, but does currently have outline planning permission for housing. Residents are being invited to have their say on proposed plans for development that will shape the future of the East Riding for years to come. Responses are welcomed from Monday, 24 October until 11:59pm on Monday, 5 December 2022. The documents, response form and guidance can be found at www.eastriding.gov.uk/localplanupdate, where there is also a series of interactive information pages which summarise key issues and will signpost readers to the various consultation documents.
If residents wish to report any blocked Gullys or need assistance in the event of flood, they need to make contact with the ERYC direct, unless of course the situation escalates and the Parish Council instigate the Emergency Plan. Please do not refer residents to myself as I am unable to report anything any other way then residents are able to do themselves. Details as follows:
It is advisable that residents sign up to the Environment Agency Flood Alerts by visiting: https://check-for-flooding.service.gov.uk/target-area/122WAF974
In the event of a resident wishing to report a blocked gully, residents should call the ERYC on 01482 393939 or visit: Flooding and drainage (eastriding.gov.uk)
What will the ERYC do if my property starts to flood?
The ERYC council will endeavour to provide sandbags only to stop water coming off the public highway where it may pose a risk of flooding homes. Should this occur then contact contact us on (01482) 393939. Where water is running off adjacent land then householders must take whatever action is necessary to protect their property in conjunction with the relevant adjoining landowners.
A Flood Alert has been issued by the Environment Agency.
Flood Alert in force: River Foulness and Market Weighton catchment.
Flooding is possible for: The River Foulness and the Market Weighton Canal and their tributaries.
The Flood Alert for the River Foulness and Market Weighton is now in force. This flood alert has been issued due to rising river levels caused by persistent rainfall over the last few hours. The area of particular concern is around South Cave, and flooding may occur on low lying roads, farmlands and paths in this area. Further persistent rainfall is expected through the afternoon and into the evening today, Thursday 20/10/2022, and river levels are expected to rise further. We are monitoring the situation closely, and will update this message by 16:00 today, or as the situation changes.
To check the latest information for your area
* Visit the GOV.UK website to see the current flood warnings, view river and sea levels or check the 5-day flood risk forecast: https://check-for-flooding.service.gov.uk/target-area/122WAF974
* Or call Floodline on 0345 988 1188 using quickdial code: 138803.
* Follow @EnvAgency and #floodaware on Twitter.
* Tune into weather, news and travel bulletins on local television and radio.
What you should consider doing now
* Monitor local water levels and weather conditions.
* Get ready to act on your flood plan if you have one.
* Move your car or other vehicles to higher ground, if it is safe to do so.
* Prepare a flood kit of essential items including a torch with spare batteries, mobile phone and charger, warm clothes, home insurance documents, water, food, first aid kit and any prescription medicines or baby care items you may need.
* Check that you know how to turn off your gas, electricity and water mains supplies.
* In rural locations, farmers should consider moving livestock and equipment away from areas likely to flood.
* Avoid walking, cycling or driving through flood water. 30 cm of fast-flowing water can move a car and 6 inches can knock an adult off their feet.
* Flood water is dangerous and may be polluted. Wash your hands thoroughly if you’ve been in contact with it.
To stop receiving these emails you can manage your account online at https://www.gov.uk/sign-up-for-flood-warnings. Or call Floodline on 0345 988 1188. If you need to contact us please call Floodline. Please do not reply to this email.
The Telephone Kiosk located at Nunnery Walk is now adopted by South Cave Parish Council
To be used as a Village Book Exchange
Please feel free to donate books to the exchange, by placing them on the shelves provided
Books may be filtered and or removed at the Parish Councils discretion
Please report any damage to:
at South Cave Parish Council on
01430 421044 or
How the East Riding is responding to the war in Ukraine and the refugee crisis and what you can do to help.
For Bus Services for South Cave visit: East Yorkshire – Bus travel in Hull, East Yorkshire and the North Yorkshire coast (eastyorkshirebuses.co.uk)
Notice: If you see something while out and about in South Cave that you think should be reported please call the correct service, it would be helpful if calls or notifications be sent to the Correct Service/Department prior to reporting on facebook as matters are more likely to be handled quicker and effectively if the report is submitted at the time: As a reminder the number for the Police non emergency is 101 or 999 for an emergency If you wish to report fly tipping also this must be reported to the ERYC direct as soon as you see the problem by calling: 01482 393939 or visiting the Eryc website at https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/…/bins…/fly-tipping/Fallen Trees or Dangerous Trees on a footpath or public highway please call ERYC on 01482 393939 or visit: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/…/road-and-footpath…/Fly Posting and Illegal Signage please call the ERYC on 01482 393939 or visit: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/…/bins…/fly-posting/Dog Fouling, Control and Ownership, please call the ERYC on 01482 393939 or visit: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/…/dog-control-and-ownership/It’s important the correct departments are notified of issues as soon as possible It would be helpful if residents sign up for a ERYC account. You’ll be able to sign up for a free online account when you fill in a online form. With this you can: save your contact details so they are remembered next time you fill in one of our new online forms view a summary of any contact you make with us get updates on your requests. You can also make an anonymous request. —————————————————————-Preparing for EmergenciesWhat you need to knowWhat should I do before an emergency?To allow yourself to be prepared for an emergency you should take time to find out:Where and how to turn off water, gas and electricity supplies in your homeo The emergency procedures for your children at schoolo The emergency procedures at your place of worko How you will stay in contact with your family in the event of an emergencyo If any elderly or vulnerable neighbours might need your helpo How to tune into your local radio stationo How to contact your household insurers o If you are in a flood risk area (you can check by going towww.gov.uk/government/organisations/environment-agency, email: email@example.comNational Customer Contact CentrePO Box 544RotherhamS60 1BYUnited KingdomTel: Telephone03708 506 506Make sure you keep a stock of bottled water, ready to eat food (for example rice, pasta, tins of beans, soup etc) and a bottle/tin openerMake sure you stock up on heating products, such as oil and coal if a cold winter is predicted.Are you in a flood risk area?If you are in a flood risk area you should sign up to the free warning service offered by the Environment Agency, using the contact details above. The Environment Agency will also be able to give you lots of useful information such as how to protect you property from a flood.What should I do in an emergency?If you are involved in an emergency it is important that you:o Call 999 if there are people injured or if there is threat to lifeo (101 for non emergencies)o Do not put yourself in dangero Listen to the advice of the emergency serviceso Try to stay calm, think before taking any actionso Try and help others (eg elderly next door neighbour) and try to reassure otherso If you are not involved in an accident but are somewhere near, or believe that you might be in danger, in most cases that advice is to GO IN, STAY IN, TUNE IN to a local radio station.What should I do if I think I could be evacuated from my home?Try to gather together:o A list of useful phone numbers such as your doctor, and close relativeso Home and car keyso Toiletries, sanitary supplies and any regularly prescribed medicationo A battery radio with spare batterieso A torch with spare batteries, candles and matcheso A first aid kito Your mobile phoneo Cash and credit cardso Spare clothes and blanketsIf you have time you should:o Turn off electricity, gas and water supplieso Unplug applianceso Lock all door and windowso Collect your Insurance details o If you leave by car take bottled water, blankets and tune into your local radio station for emergency advice and instructionUseful Contact detailsFire, Police, Ambulance and Coastguard – 999Police Non-Emergency Number – 101NHS Direct – 111East Riding of Yorkshire Council – 01482 393939Council House Repairs: by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by telephone on (01482) 396301Npower – 0800 073 3000 If you’ve lost your supply and believe it’s related to your meter and not the network, call the npower team on 0800 073 3000Northern Powergrid Loss of power: www.northernpowergrid.comIf you have a question or a problem with your power call0800 375 675To Report A Power Cut: 105Environment Agency incident hotline Telephone: 0800 80 70 60All gas leaks – 0800 111 999Yorkshire Water – 0800 573553 www.yorkshirewater.com/get-in-touch/Flooding contact numbersEnvironment Agency trained operators are available 24 hours a day seven days a week and can provide immediate practical advice on flood risk and what to do before, during and after a flood. Call Floodline on 0345 988 1188. The council is responsible for the drains that remove surface water from the highway. In the event of significant highway flooding, the council works with other bodies to provide an emergency response such as the provision of sandbags.Highways England – 0300 123 5000Highways EnglandNational Traffic Operations Centre3 RidgewayQuinton Business ParkBirmingham B32 1AFEmail: email@example.comYorkshire Water is usually responsible for sewer drains in the roads and blocked sewers – 0800 573553
It is a statutory local authority set up under the Local Government Act 1972. A town or Parish Council is a local authority that makes decisions on behalf of the people in the parish. It is the level government closest to the community.
It is made up of 11 Parish Councillors who do not receive remuneration or payment for their work. They are elected once every four years. Every year the Parish Council Council elects one of them to be the Chairman of the Parish Council.
Yes, meetings of the Parish Council and its committees are open to the public and the press, except in very exceptional circumstances. The time and place of meetings must be advertised beforehand – usually on the noticeboards and website.
You cannot speak while the normal business of the meeting is being conducted. However, in some meetings there is a ‘public forum’ where members of the public can speak. The Clerk can provide you with details about how this works.
Elections are held every four years and will usually coincide with a District Council election. A Public Notice of a forthcoming election will be placed on noticeboards and on this website. Sometimes the number of people who put their names forward for election is less than the number of seats on the Parish Council or a councillor resigns. In these circumstances, the Parish Council can co-opt someone to fill the vacancies.
The Parish Council is consulted by the relevant planning authority (which is the East Riding of Yorkshire Council) on all planning applications. Any views expressed by the Parish Council are taken into account before a decision is made. The final decision is made by the Planning Authority, not the Parish Council.
The Parish Council does not collect Council Tax or hold records about it. Parish Council clerk will not be able to help you. You need to contact the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Please visit the following site to find out more information: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/housing/council-tax/
The Parish Council does not administer this services. The Parish Council Clerk will not be able to help you. You need to contact the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Please visit the following site to find out more information: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/environment/roads-streets-traffic-and-parking/parking/blue-badge-parking-permits/
The Parish Council does not collect manage Council housing or collect rent. The Parish Council Clerk will not be able to help you. You need to contact the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Please visit the following site to find out more information: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/housing/housing-advice/
You can find out information about all planning applications and TPOs in the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Planning Portal: https://newplanningaccess.eastriding.gov.uk/newplanningaccess/
Please use the form on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to report the problem: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/environment/tree-hedge-and-grass-cutting/
The Parish Council does not collect bins. The Parish Council Clerk will not be able to help you. You can find out more on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council website: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/council/contact-the-council/contact-us/
The Parish Council manages a small number of street lights. Please see the services page for more information. Most street lights are managed by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. All roads and pavements (that are not private) are managed by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/environment/roads-streets-traffic-and-parking/
Please see the services page for more information. Grit bins are managed by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Road clearing is handled by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. You can find out more on the following page: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/environment/roads-streets-traffic-and-parking/gritting-salt-bins-and-winter-road-services/
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South Cave is proud to have five Community Public Access (Automated External) Defibrillators, (CPAD’s), which are located in yellow cabinets outside Costcutters Pinfold, South Cave Sporting Club at the playing field behind the school, Pass the Parcel (used to be South Cave Post Office) in Brough Road, All Saints Community Centre on Church Hill, and inside South Cave Sewell Service Station, behind the counter.
CPAD’s can be vitally important in saving the life of a person who may be suffering from a Cardiac Arrest.
The CPAD’s can be accessed in an emergency, 24 hours of every day, by anyone, using the following instructions:-
As soon as possible, you will be joined by trained emergency personnel from Yorkshire Ambulance Service, (maybe initially one of the local Community First Responders), who will take over from you immediately, and may appreciate you staying at the scene, in case you can assist.
Please be assured that you can make an immediate difference to the patient’s chances of a full recovery, if you follow this process – you do not need to be specially trained – you will be supported throughout by the Emergency Call Handler.