Draft minutes of the January 14 parish council meeting
Click here for the draft minutes of the meeting of the Skerne and Wansford Parish Council which took place on Tuesday January 14 in Wansford Village Hall starting at 7.30pm. The next meeting of the parish council will take place on Tuesday March 17 at 7.30pm in SWansford Village Hall. It will be preceded by the annual parish meeting which will start at 7.15pm.
Information sheet re use of defibrillators
Click here for the information sheet re the use of defibrillators which was available at a defibrillator usage course held in Wansford Village Hall on February 11.
Winter 2019 Skerne and Wansford News
Click here to access the winter 2019 edition of the Skerne and Wansford news
Minutes of parish meeting re donated land at Skerne
Click here for the draft minutes of the parish meeting held at St Leonard's Church, Skerne, on Monday September 9. For minutes of the Skerne village green working party click here
Powers and duties of parish councils
All parish councils have powers and duties (things that they may do and things that they must do) conferred upon them by statute. Click here to find a list of the duties and potential powers of your parish council. Note that no parish council is a highways authority or a planning authority. Neither is Skerne and Wansford Parish Council a burial authority although it uses the power to contribute towards the expenses incurred in the upkeep of the two villages' burial grounds.
Annual Governance and Accountability Return 2018-2019
Click here to access the Skerne and Wansford Parish Council annual return for the financial year 2018-2019.
Click here for the bank reconciliation for the year ending March 31 2019 and here the explanation of variances for the year,
136 service - new timetable from September 3 2018
East Yorkshire Motor Services will take over the 136 Driffield to Bridlington bus service on September 3 2018. There will be no change to the service, The thrice-daily service has been run by Bus King. It services Wansford, North Frodingham and Beeford as well as several coastal villages. For a timetable click here or see the village noticeboard
PC expenditure 2018-2019
Click here for a breakdown of Skerne and Wansford Parish Council expenditure in 2018-19 financial year
Parish council bank reconciliation year ended March 31 2019
To access the year-end bank rconciliation click here
A Jobcentre near me
To find you the local Jobcentre Plus offices as well as benefits and employment information, click here
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Take the village hall survey
Monday afternoon craft sessions at Wansford Village Hall take place each Monday, from 1.30pm to 3pm. Take a project, learn a new craft, knit and natter or call in a for a cuppa. £1 entry.
Humberside Police: East Wolds and Coastal Beat latest edition
To access the latest local news from Humberside Police click here
Rural Vulnerability Service
To access the Rural Vulnerability website, which tackles issues such as poor broadband speeds, rural transport, fuel poverty and health, click here.
The Emergency Plan for Skerne and Wansford has now been compiled and a copy of it can be found in the Policies and Procedures section of this website. If you have any special skills or equipment you feel able to offer the community in the event of an emergency, please call on or contact the parish council clerk, using the contact form above, or any parish councillor.
Village Hall coffee mornings
Weekly coffee mornings usually take place in Wansford Village Hall each Wednesday in aid of the hall refurbishment fund. The cost is £1 and all members of the Skerne and Wansford community are welcome to attend as well as passers-by and visitors.
Safeguarding policy in the York diocese
Click here for the home page for safeguarding in the diocese of York, where you can find information and guidance concerning protecting children and vulnerable adults in your church. For information about church services in the Nafferton and Hutton Cranswick benefices follow the link at the top of the page
Weather outlook for East Yorkshire
For the Met Office local forecast click here
Site last updated February 11 2020