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Burton Agnes Parish Council

(Burton Agnes, Gransmoor, Thornholme)

Welcome to our website.

The Parish of Burton Agnes in the East Riding of Yorkshire, is situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds between Driffield and Bridlington, and comprises the three villages of Burton Agnes, Gransmoor and Thornholme. It is home to some 500 parishioners, a number of small businesses and farms, the historic 13th century church of St Martin, a Norman Manor House and a nationally renowned stately home, Burton Agnes Hall. It is bounded to the North by Woldgate, immortalised by David Hockney, which follows the course of a Roman road and an earlier prehistoric ridgeway. The South Eastern boundary lies between Gransmoor and the A165.  The Parish is bisected by the busy A614. We hope you find this site useful. If you would like us to publicise events you are planning in the Parish please let us know.

 

 

 

NOTICEBOARD

Clerk's Position

Rudston & Burton Agnes Parish Council are seeking a Clerk to manage the administration of the Councils and to be the Responsible Financial Officer. The post is home based, except for attendance at the bi-monthly meeting on an evening, part-time – approximately 5 hours per week. The role is currently a joint role between Rudston & Burton Agnes but could be split if necessary. The Clerk will prepare the agendas, write the minutes and implement the decisions of the Council.
Closing date: Friday 11th October 2019.
For further details please apply to clerk@rudston.org.uk

 

The next Parish Council meeting will be held on Monday 25th November, 7pm at the Sports Club, Burton Agnes - the agenda can be viewed HERE

 


Salt bins

The salt in the bins is provided by East Riding Council for residents to use on council maintained roads and paths.  Salt bins are routinely re-filled twice during the winter period and during adverse weather as often as is practicable.  If you notice that a salt bin is empty please report it by calling East Riding Council on 01482 395739.


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