Skerne show success
Skerne's first ever show attracted more than 200 entries to the various classes, which included everything from arts and handicrafts to produce and horticulture. There was fun for all with children's games and tug-of-war and the event was topped off with a barbecue and entertainment from New Brew. The event took place in the church and grounds and the adjoining Church Farm paddock, kindly loaned by Pat and Trish Owen. More pictures in the gallery at www.skerneandwansfordparishcouncil.co.uk/skerne-show.aspx
- July 14 2018 - barbecue at St Mary's Church, Wansford, details to be announced
- September 9 St Mary's Church, concert b y Ad Hoc Singers
Pea and pie supper success
More than 50 people attended the parish pea and pie supper - a community initiative prompted by the parish council and made possible by the generosity of Trout Inn landlord, Keith Robinson.
Minutes of the May 22 meeting of the Skerne and Wansford Parish Council
Click here for the minutes of the May 22 2018 meeting of the Skerne and Wansford Parish Council which took place in Wansford Village Hall and start at 7.30pm.
Mobile library dates
The ERYC mobile library calls in Skerne and Wansford four-weekly on Tuesdays. For a copy of the library van schedule click here
Annual return 2017-2018
The Skerne and Wansford Parish Council annual return has been completed. To download a copy of the
return click here. Alternatively, for a printed copy contact the clerk Jill Pick at Sandwpclerk@yahoo.co.uk. Printed copies cost £1 plus any postage. For the 2017-18 explanation of variances click here
PC expenditure 2017-18
Click here for a breakdown of Skerne and Wansford Parish Council expenditure in 2017-18 financial year
Spring 2018 newsletter
To access the Skerne and Wansford News spring edition click here
Parish council bank reconciliation year ended March 31 2018
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
HART shopper bus service
A shopper bus service from Skerne to Driffield has been taken over by Holderness Area Rural Transport (HART).
The bus is customer responsive, door-to-door and targeted at people who have no public transport or are incapacitated in some way and cannot either walk to or stand at a bus stop to wait for public transport. It costs £5 return for a concession and £10 otherwise.
A bus goes through Skerne on Tuesdays. Approximate times are below.
George Street Driffield
George Street Driffield
The MiBus service replaces the 134 twice weekly Skerne to Driffield bus, which stopped running in early May. To secure a place on the bus, passengers must book by calling the Transportation Services Callcentre on 03456 445959.
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Research grants to improve rural life
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.
To download a copy of the136 timetable click here or visit www.buskingltd.co.uk. To access a copy of the 134 twice-weekly Skerne to Driffield service click here
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.
Weather outlook for East Yorkshire
For the Met Office local forecast click here
Analysis of ERYC performance
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