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Northern Gas

May 26th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Northern Gas”

Please see attached the “pull plan” and TM Plan (Traffic Management) for our Castle Rise project due to start 6 June.

Each individual colour depicts a week, and I have labelled each one all the around e.g. Wk 1, Wk2 etc.

What to expect?

Every resident will receive a letter and a leaflet describing the work. We have a “gas interrupt” letter and a “non interrupt” for those near the work, but will not have a gas interruption. (I believe you have received yours already? If not, let me know and I can send you a version to read through)

We will need to be into every property to relight their boilers once we are done. Most will have one interruption but some may have a second if they need any extra remedial work. This will be explained and the date provided to each customer with 48 hours notice. And someone will be onsite to turn the gas back on until about 6pm – Anyone after that can call our dispatch and have an on call engineer come out and pop it back on. (This number is 0800 040 7766 – Customer should have this on any and all letters and cards we pop through the door)

Traffic Management

The temporary lights will be in affect from 1st August for five weeks to coincide with the school holidays and reduce the impact on parents picking up and dropping off children. The lights will consist of three-way between Wesley Close, Wold View and Castle drive (The lights will move down each time we move to a new week, so there shouldn’t be lights on all of the junctions at one time) Then in weeks 12 & 13 we will adjust to two-way.

We have door knocked residents within weeks 1-6 and we will continue to visit those within 7+ when the work starts and have an on-site presence if anyone needs anything.

We have also notified the school, provided them with the traffic management information, and they will send out updates to parents to let them know what is happening. We have also offered them a safety assembly to do a Play Safe Stay safe talk to discuss the dangers of playing near/around road works. (It’s a light 30 minute chat with some guessing games and learning, we try to keep it fun while explaining the dangers)

Please feel free to get in touch if you need anything else or have any questions.

Kind regards,

Kati Sexton

Community Care Officer

Northern Gas Networks

Mobile: +44 (0) 7866 842222

www.northerngasnetworks.co.uk

facebook.com/northerngasnetworks

twitter.com/ngngas

Alternative contact: 0800 040 7766 (Option 3)

Nunnery Walk Book Exchange

May 19th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Nunnery Walk Book Exchange”

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: 

The Clerk

at South Cave Parish Council on

 01430 421044 or

email clerk@southcavepc.gov.uk

South Cave WI

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Public Transport Connections

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The Parish Council recently held the village Annual Parish Meeting in which the ERYC attended to provide an overview of current services and provide explanations as to why services were reduced.

As a result of the discussions, the Parish Council is seeking resident’s opinions and suggestions for required services in the village.

Please submit any suggestion, query or concern to the Parish Clerk by emailing: clerk@southcavepc.gov.uk or post to The Town Hall, 42 Market Place, South Cave, HU15 2AT

South Cave Sports Centre

May 18th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “South Cave Sports Centre”

The Parish Council recently held the village Annual Parish Meeting in which the ERYC attended to provide an overview of current services of the Sports Centre and ask residents what they would like to see at the Sports Centre.

The Sports Centre is keen to promote the facility and attract new customers and as a result of the discussions, are seeking resident’s opinions and suggestions for the future. 

Please submit your comment to:

 erleisure.southcave@eastriding.gov.uk 

Facility Manager – Chris Armstrong 

chris.armstrong@eastriding.gov.uk

Lyndsey Fielding – Clerk, South Cave Parish Council

clerk@southcavepc.gov.uk

East Riding Leisure South Cave

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Notice of Public Rights and Publication of unaudited Annual Governance & accountability Return

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East Riding CCG newsletter for May 2022

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Rotary Club

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Market Place/Church Street – Roadworks

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Payphone Kiosk – Market Place

April 19th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Payphone Kiosk – Market Place”

We are pleased to announce the Payphone Kiosk located at Market Place, South Cave is now completed as a advertising kiosk.

Funding has been obtained from ‘Love Your Highstreet’ via the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. The Kiosk is fitted with a cork Noticeboard to enable appropriate information to be displayed. We kindly request all items are dated in order for the minder to ensure items are fairly displayed and retained; or removed when appropriate, any inappropriate items will be removed.

If you would like to volunteer to assist the minder with checking the kiosk(s), please contact the Clerk on 01430 421044 or email clerk@southcavepc.gov.uk

Ukraine Host Support (Private Group)

April 19th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Ukraine Host Support (Private Group)”

The ‘Ukraine Host Support’ group has been set up in anticipation of welcoming Ukrainian guests to South Cave and the surrounding area. We hope to help sponsors feel equipped and ready to host for their guests.   The group aim is to provide practical, social and community support in specific ways that are requested by the sponsor.  We will be flexible in our approach and be guided by sponsors and guests as to what help is required, and if and when help is needed.  We thank everyone so far for the many offers of practical help, offers of equipment, transport, shopping, meals, educational support and social events. We will happily collaborate with and signpost to other organisations too if any requests are outside of our capacity or capabilities.  To find out more, look out for updates in the Grapevine magazine, the Parish Council newsletter, flyers and posters. For more regular updates please request to join ‘Ukraine Host Support’ on Facebook. 

Many thanks

C Leighton

Ukraine Host Support

South Cave Bus Timetable

April 13th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “South Cave Bus Timetable”

South Cave to Ukraine

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THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCILROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14 (1)TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFICJarratt Hills Lane, South Cave

April 11th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCILROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14 (1)TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFICJarratt Hills Lane, South Cave”

South Cave 10K Race

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East Riding CCGs newsletter

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Ukraine and the refugee crisis

April 8th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Ukraine and the refugee crisis”

https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/living/support-for-ukraine/

How the East Riding is responding to the war in Ukraine and the refugee crisis and what you can do to help.

Queens Jubilee

April 8th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Queens Jubilee”

ERYC Litter survey

April 6th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “ERYC Litter survey”

Please follow the link to the littering survey. 
https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/littersurvey

Litter SurveyIntroduction We are carrying out a consultation on the effects of fast food litter in the East Riding of Yorkshire. We would like to gain opinions from East Riding residents, local businesses and parish and town councils on the impact of litter in their area.www.smartsurvey.co.uk

Please feel free to send onto anyone else who might be interested.

Road Closure Notice

March 24th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Road Closure Notice”

THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14 (1)
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC
Various Roads within the Reast Riding of Yorkshire Highway Network

Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis

March 22nd, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis”

We are all shocked and saddened by the devastating situation in Ukraine. The people of Ukraine and those refugees in neighbouring countries need our help.

Many communities are already taking action and we also want to get involved and do what we can to support this humanitarian crisis Donations:

One effective way to help may be to support the effords of two local Residents, who are transporting essentials, they are seeking donations for Fuel costs for their journey, further information on the work they are doing can be found at Lee Ellerker | Facebook donations can be submitted to Fundraiser by Lee Ellerker : Transport costs, Ukraine (gofundme.com) . We would like to take this opportunity to thank all, who are supporting this project and wish both well on their journey who will departing for a second time – Friday 25th March 2022.

Another effective way to help the Ukrainian people is to make a cash donation to a charity working to protect people in armed conflict and crisis – the County Council recommends that donations be made to the Red Cross – www.redcross.org.uk/ For UK Government information: https://www.gov.uk/world/ukraine/news

Bus Service Update 15.3.22

March 15th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Bus Service Update 15.3.22”

The contract has been awarded to East Yorkshire Buses, however the timetable will be significantly different to that currently provided. ERYC have been able to retain an off-peak service, hourly between Elloughton and Gilberdyke, two-hourly between Gilberdyke and Goole, very similar to the current off-peak service. This will operate Monday to Saturday. This is an improvement on the current Saturday service between Gilberdyke and Goole. The new timetable will commence on Monday 11th April 2022. 

Latest update from NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG – March 2022

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ERYC – Design Guide public survey

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South Cave Sports Centre

March 4th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “South Cave Sports Centre”
  • Walk for Health
  • Meet at 9:45am (prompt departure at 10am) 
  • Alternative Tuesdays, return for refreshments afterwards
  • FREE to attend
  • Walking Netball with North Cave Women’s Institute
  • 11:00 – 12:00
  • Every Tuesday 
  • For further details & pricing please contact North Cave WI 
  • EscapePAIN 
  • 4:30 – 5:30pm 
  • Tuesday & Thursday 

This is a referral class from either your Dr or you can refer yourself, please visit our website for further information

Home (eastridingleisure.co.uk)

“Keep an eye out on the East Riding Leisure social media pages for the Easter 2022 programme of activities”  

From the 28th February you can Join Online for only £10 for the first month (payable at time of joining)

A saving of up to £23 for the first month’s membership.

ERYC – Right of Way Improvement Plan consultation survey now live

March 3rd, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “ERYC – Right of Way Improvement Plan consultation survey now live”
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is asking residents to contribute to the ‘Rights of Way Improvement Plan’ (ROWIP) consultation survey as the authority sets out the overall direction of travel and aims for the development of the public rights of way network in East Yorkshire. The council reassesses the ROWIP every ten years and makes amendments to it if necessary. It does not include details for individual improvements or addresses specific locations, but it helps to guide council officers and the voluntary and community sector partners in the development of a network that is more relevant to more people. The survey includes multiple statements on which residents can enter a response which ranges between strongly agree and strongly disagree. The council is currently updating the ROWIP to reflect important changes in the benefits that our countryside paths provide. For example, the health and well-being, active travel, leisure and recreation, and the social and economic value that the network provides. Here is the draft consultation version of the ROWIP: Draft Rights of Way Improvement Plan 2022-2032 (pdf 3.2mb) Residents can have their say via the consultation pages on the council’s website: Have your say on the ROWIP or by emailing definitive.map@eastriding.gov.uk by 31 March 2022. Based on information and comments received during the consultation process, the Statement of Action will provide a framework for managing the network, rather than providing solutions to individual cases, and will identify priorities for improving public rights of way, in line with the needs of all types of users. Councillor Claire Holmes, portfolio holder for planning, infrastructure and housing at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “Being able to enjoy time in a natural environment is really important for our mental health and wellbeing.  It reduces, stress, fatigue, anxiety and depression. “Enjoyed alone, being more active can help boost immune systems and may reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as asthma. Enjoyed with others, it can combat loneliness and bind communities together. “This survey is an opportunity for our residents to get involved in the strategic planning when it comes to managing our networks. “Though it doesn’t include details for specific locations, it will give a good guide to the opinion of residents on a range of topics so adjustments can be made to the Rights of Way Improvement Plan to benefit all different types of users of our networks.”
Contact Information Sam Holtby Public Relations Officer East Riding of Yorkshire Council 07791259055 samuel.holtby@eastriding.gov.uk

Playpark – Re-Open

February 24th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Playpark – Re-Open”

South Cave Playpark is re-open
The Parish Council are aware of a damaged gate within King George V playing field and are in the process of repairing this issue.

Wadley Plump – Resurfacing Works

February 18th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Wadley Plump – Resurfacing Works”

ERYC have confirmed the following:

Saturday 26th February 2022  – resurfacing to be undertaken to the School access road, some delays may be experienced getting on & off the site depending on where exactly the works are taking place on site.

The following Monday, Tuesday &Wednesday resurfacing works are to be undertaken to the access road to the sports centre / pavilion.

Works will start at 09.15 to allow for parents dropping off their children to vacate the site. Any vehicles left on site after that time will have to stay on site. Access will be maintained for pedestrians at all times. 

South Cave WI

February 18th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “South Cave WI”

ERYC – Storm Eunice

February 17th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “ERYC – Storm Eunice”
  • Standard advice as follows:
  • Shed doors should be locked or padlocked and garden furniture should be brought inside or secured in place. Trampolines are susceptible to strong winds and should be turned upside down or secured with tent pegs or metal hoops.
  • Wheelie bins should be secured if possible against the side of the property and taken in from the roadside immediately after collection.

The main threat is from the high winds of the storm. Wintry showers can be expected as well but these are expected to be short lived and cause only minor issues. 

Fallen trees can be reported via Eastriding.gov.uk or through the council switchboard (01482 393939), a Highways team or Arboriculture team will attend to deal with the situation. 

Can I report an issue with a tree or hedge?

Yes, but if the tree, shrub or hedge are on private land and are causing an issue to the highway or a footway we may require the owner or occupier of the land to lop or cut it so as to remove the cause of danger, obstruction or interference. 

Please note: we will not remove healthy trees or hedges unless there are exceptional circumstances, such as there is proof that the tree is causing subsidence damage. Please report it immediately on (01482) 393939 or via the webiste at Trees, hedges and grass cutting (eastriding.gov.uk)

Playpark Closure 16.02.22

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Walking Football

February 8th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Walking Football”

New ‘Springboard’ programme launches in the East Riding

February 3rd, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “New ‘Springboard’ programme launches in the East Riding”

New ‘Springboard’ programme launches in the East Riding (prgloo.com)

Coffee Morning

February 1st, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Coffee Morning”

Rural Highway Responsibilities

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South Cave Leisure Centre

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YORswitch

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Probus

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Marie Curie – Volunteers Needed

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Queens Jubilee ‘Save the Date’

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South Cave Spring Clean

January 20th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “South Cave Spring Clean”

Water Lane Verge

January 19th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Water Lane Verge”

Message Received from ERYC: Yorkshire Water will be visiting Monday 24/01/22 with 9t of topsoil to reinstate the verge

Nextdoor.com

January 18th, 2022 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Nextdoor.com”

Notice for any resient concerned with communications by Nextdoor.com:

‘The Parish Council are not aware of the letters to residents relating to the Nextdoor app/website.

The Parish Council believe the company to be a hyperlocal social networking service for neighbourhoods, and further details can be found by visiting https://about.nextdoor.com/gb/

Any concerns you have relating to the company, should be directed to Nextdoor.com, or by post to Nextdoor, 3rd Floor, 207 Regent Street, London, W1B 3HH

In the event of any resident feeling unhappy with contact made, or If they think that the mailing received is a scam or fraudulent in any way, this should be reported by the resident to “Action Fraud” via their website www.actionfraud.police.uk and by using the online fraud reporting tool, or by speaking to one of their specialist fraud advisers on 0300 123 2040

The Parish Council are unable to comment further on any content contained within the website, letter or communications, and suggest residents ensure they are familiar with the Parish Council website and The Parish Council Newsletters published by the Parish Council, Detailing Parish Matters.’

ERYC Winter Fund

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Household Support Fund (eastriding.gov.uk)

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South Cave Spring Clean 2022

December 9th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “South Cave Spring Clean 2022”

Free CPR (Save a Life) Training for every South Cave Family – South Cave Sports Centre

December 9th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Free CPR (Save a Life) Training for every South Cave Family – South Cave Sports Centre”

Free CPR (Save a Life) Training for every South Cave Family – South Cave Sports Centre

In June 2021, Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest while playing football for Denmark. Within seconds, Christian’s teammate, Simon Kjaer, was on hand to make sure his airway was unobstructed. Christian survived and Simon Kjaer has been recognised as a hero for his quick thinking and for his part in saving his friend’s life.

South Cave has a lot of heroes. We saw them leap into action when the Covid crisis hit and we see them in action almost every day when problems arise or neighbours are in distress.

Prompt attention leads to the best success rates for out of hospital cardiac arrests.

The more trained resources close to the patient the better the outcomes.

South Cave has a small team of highly trained volunteer First Responders, whose job is to get to patients and commence CPR until Ambulance Service Paramedics arrive. If one of your family or friends has a cardiac arrest, we attempt to get there within four or five minutes. However, as every second counts, we need your help to increase the chances of survival and quality of life afterwards.

Ideally, we would like to see at least one person in every family, household, street and business trained in CPR. Therefore we are offering free CPR training and awareness sessions to everyone in South Cave, to help people recognise the signs, feel confident about starting CPR, and knowing how to assist the First Responders and Paramedics when they arrive.

The training and awareness session takes just 1.5 hours and will give you the confidence to save a life, if someone you care about suddenly becomes very ill.

We plan to provide a session in the Sports Centre on Monday 10th January 2022 commencing 6:00p.m and plan to continue offering the sessions, until we run out of people to train. We may not get everyone involved but we can do our best.

If you or anyone in your family would like to come along, please contact the clerk to the Parish Council on 01430 421044 or email clerk@southcavepc.gov.uk

Aviation Influenza – Prevention Zone

December 1st, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Aviation Influenza – Prevention Zone”

Nunnery Walk – Telephone Kiosk

December 1st, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Nunnery Walk – Telephone Kiosk”

Payphone Kiosk NoticePayphone Kiosk Notice

Vandalism

November 24th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Vandalism”

We have more vandalism which has occurred yesterday, after 6pm.  The gate in King George V Playing Field has been completely broken and thrown into the field.  This incident has been reported to the Police, if you have any information or have witnessed this event, please contact the Police on 101 or visit www.humberside.police.uk/report-it

This behaviour cannot be tolerated and the culprits will be identified.  We do not want our village to become a shabby mess, we pride ourselves on our beautiful village and vandalism of any kind is becoming more frequent and costly.

National Highways A63 Resurfacing Welton to Western Interchange – essential maintenance

November 4th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “National Highways A63 Resurfacing Welton to Western Interchange – essential maintenance”

https://southcavepc.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/2021-10-Final-SID-683-A63-Customer-Letter-sb-021121.pdf

ERYC – Find out about Financial Help Avaliable for Residents

October 27th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “ERYC – Find out about Financial Help Avaliable for Residents”

ERYC – Here to help

Defibrillator awareness

October 21st, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Defibrillator awareness”

A Defibrillator Training and Awareness session has been arranged for Monday 10th January 2022 commencing 6:00p.m. The Session should take no more than 1.5 hours and will give you the confidence to support someone you care about who suddenly becomes very ill, and goes into Cardiac Arrest, in the crucial minutes until medical help arrives. The session will be held in the Sports Centre, Wadley Plump, South Cave. To reserve a place, please call the Clerk on 01430 421044 or email clerk@southcavepc.gov.uk

South Cave WI

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Humberside Police Concert Band

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Sax it Up

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South Cave WI

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Activities for Everyone At South Cave WI Hall 2121

October 11th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Activities for Everyone At South Cave WI Hall 2121”

Activities for All Timetable

https://southcavepc.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Activities-for-Everyone-at-SCWI-Hall-Oct-2021.pdf

East Riding Residents’ Communication Consultation

September 24th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “East Riding Residents’ Communication Consultation”

The online link to the consultation itself is https://eryc.link/contact

Bus Services:

September 21st, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Bus Services:”

For Bus Services for South Cave visit: East Yorkshire – Bus travel in Hull, East Yorkshire and the North Yorkshire coast (eastyorkshirebuses.co.uk)

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NOTICE OF CONCLUSION OF THE AUDIT

September 16th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “NOTICE OF CONCLUSION OF THE AUDIT”

Annual Governance & Accountability Return for the year ended 31st March 2021

AGAR

Fly Posting

September 9th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Fly Posting”

The owner of a holiday park has been fined £550 for fly-posting after putting illegal advertising boards on display in South Cave.

The owner of the Country Park, in Stonepit Road, South Cave, was found guilty of fly-posting by Hull Magistrates’ last Friday (September 3), after they failed to show up at court.

As well as being ordered to pay a £550 fine, the owner was also ordered to pay costs of £583.15 and a victim surcharge of £55, following a prosecution brought by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

The court heard that in February this year the council received a report of fly-posting in South Cave and sent a streetscene enforcement officer to investigate.

The officer visited Stonepit Road and found a large sign staked into the grass verge advertising the Country Park, a nearby site of static caravan holiday homes.

The officer wrote to the business to request the sign be removed, but they failed to do so, so an officer removed the sign in March this year.

At a later date, the officer noticed another large sign had been staked into the ground in Stonepit Road, again advertising the country park.

Previous fly-posting at the same location had resulted in a company named Sunnydene Park Ltd receiving a fixed penalty notice of £100 from the council in January 2020.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council wants to remind businesses and residents that placing a sign on highways land without the council’s permission is a criminal offence under the Highways Act 1980.

Unauthorised advertising next to roads can be an obstruction, nuisance or danger to motorists, and may even contribute to road accidents due to distraction.

The council can issue a £150 fixed penalty notice for each illegal sign or poster.

If a case is heard in court anyone found guilty of fly-posting could be fined up to £2,500.

The council may also remove all signs and the costs can be recovered from the person responsible.

Paul Tripp, head of streetscene services at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “We will act to investigate any signs put up on the highway without permission as they could be a hazard to motorists.”

Advertising signs can be placed on private land with the agreement of the landowner but may be subject to planning restrictions. Advice can be given by the council’s planning department.

For more information on fly-posting, or to report an offence, visit the council’s website www.eastriding.gov.uk and search for ‘fly-posting’.

Market

September 9th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Market”

Did you know Hull Animal Welfare, South Cave run a monthly Market? If you would like to Visit or have produce you may wish to sell on a stall please contact: https://www.themarketmanagers.co.uk/…Dates for the nest markets are as follows: Sunday 19th September 2021 Sunday 17th October 2021 Sunday 21st November 2021 Sunday 19th December 2021 All Markets on the Sunday start at 9a.m to 2p.m A Christmas market is also planned for Wednesday 24th November from 6p.m to 9p.m – for further information please contact HAWT Direct Lots of fundraising events are also planned, the next one being a QUIZ NIGHT on Friday 8th October 2021 7-9p.m at Blackburn Social & Community Club – Tickets are £10 each and can be purchased at the HAWT Centre in South Cave, Pinfold, HU15 2HE or call 01430 423986

THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14 (1)TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC Church Street and Church Hill, South Cave

September 2nd, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14 (1)TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC Church Street and Church Hill, South Cave”

https://southcavepc.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Plan-church-street-diversion-2021.pdf

https://southcavepc.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Notice-church-street-2021.pdf

02.09.21 FURTHER UPDATES/INFORMATION TO FOLLOW

02.09.21 15:07 update – Message received from EYRC:

The works are confined to a small section of Church Street & Church Hill Between The Library and the Access into Cave Castle. The scheme is to resurface this section of worn-out carriageway surface some of the badly worn ironwork is to be replaced with the remainder being adjusted to the final surface level before the new road surface is laid, new road markings are then to be applied.
The road closure has been booked for 1 week however it is anticipated that the works will take 3 days to complete. Access to South Cave Primary School, the Sports Centre and the Library will be maintained from the Market Place end of the works, Access to North Cave & Cave Castle will be via West End, Information signs will be placed to assist with access details.  Residents from Thornham Close will have access however as the works are past the junction some delays may be inevitable. A residents information letter will be sent to all affected properties in due course.
Due to the restricted width of Church Street & Church Hill the road will be closed to through traffic with a signed traffic diversion route for the full 3 days and nights, The works are due to start on site at 09.15 and finish by 15.00 each day so not to upset any of the children at school start or leaving times. I have been in contact with Passenger Transport section who are liaising with both school bus providers and normal service bus companies to arrange for alternative routes etc.  

Plan

For any further enquiries residents are requested to contact david.berry@eastriding.gov.uk

NHS Update and CCG Invite 21st September 2021

September 1st, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “NHS Update and CCG Invite 21st September 2021”

https://southcavepc.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/CCG-Letter-invite-.pdf

NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG Update & Invite to AGM

September 1st, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG Update & Invite to AGM”

Link for Newsletter and AGM Invite 21st September 2021

WHO TO CONTACT?

May 24th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “WHO TO CONTACT?”

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: enquiries@environment-agency.gov.ukNational 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 housing.services@eastriding.gov.uk, 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: info@highwaysengland.co.ukYorkshire Water is usually responsible for sewer drains in the roads and blocked sewers – 0800 573553

Frequently Asked Questions

February 9th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Frequently Asked Questions”

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Parish Council?

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.

Who is on the Council?

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.

Can I attend meetings of the 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.

Can I speak at meetings of the Parish Council?

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.

How do people get elected to the council?

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.

What powers does the Parish Council have with respect to planning?

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.

Where do I pay or find out more about my Council Tax?

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/

How do I apply for a Bus Pass or Disability Parking badge?

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/

Can I apply for housing? Can I pay my rent?

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/

Where can I find out about planning applications and Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs)?

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/

I have a problem with overhanging/overgrown vegetation (including trees & shrubs). Who would deal with this?

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/

Who do I contact about bin collection?

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/

Who is responsible for the roads and street lights – for example paths, pot holes, street signs, speed limits and drains etc?

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/

Who provides grit bins and road clearing services in winter?

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/

Planning Response

February 9th, 2021 Posted by Local News, Planning 0 thoughts on “Planning Response”

It is important you submit any comment relating to Planning Applications by visiting Simple Search (eastriding.gov.uk)

The Parish Council discuss Planning Applications at Planning Meetings and Full Council Meetings, Agendas are advertised at least 3 working days prior to the meetings.  Meetings are open to the public.

 

Fire Safety

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Crime Prevention advice

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My Community Alerts

October 31st, 2018 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “My Community Alerts”

Want to know what’s happening in your neighbourhood?

My Community Alert is a new, free messaging system operated by Humberside Police, to help keep you updated about what is happening in your local area.

Choose how you receive messages by phone or e-mail ,how often you want to hear from us and about the issues that matter to you.

Sign up for free at www.mycommunityalert.co.uk

Defibrillators

August 6th, 2018 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Defibrillators”

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:-

  • Dial 999 from any phone, or alternatively 112 from a mobile phone, and ask for an ambulance;
  • If you are within 600 metres of one of the CPAD’s, you will be alerted to it and asked “is there someone with you who can go and get it?”
  • You will also be given a code, to open the yellow cabinet;
  • Someone must stay with the patient and start administering CPR (Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation);
  • Therefore, to access the defibrillator you would need someone else with you;
  • If you are on your own, you will be advised to stay with the patient and start CPR, without delay;
  • After retrieving the defibrillator, or if you are on your own with the patient, you will be guided through CPR and the defibrillator’s use, by an Emergency Call Handler.

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.

WHERE WE ARE
The Town Hall
40-42 Market Place
South Cave
East Yorkshire
HU15 2AT
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OPENING TIMES
Monday: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Tuesday: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Wednesday: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Thursday: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Friday: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED
 GET IN TOUCH
Clerk: Mrs Lyndsey Fielding
Mob: 07495 638552
Tel: 01430 421044
Email: clerk@southcavepc.gov.uk

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