Burton Agnes Parish Council


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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.





Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Annual Governance & Accountability Return (Exempt Authority)


Caythorpe Environmental Fund

‚ÄčThe Parish Council will receive a sum of ¬£25K during 2019 from the Caythorpe Environmental Fund. The Caythorpe site is to be wound up and Centrica have kindly agreed to distribute the funds which would have been made available over the next 15 years to each of the three local Parishes throughout 2019. This funding will be received by the Parish Council who will decide how best to spend this within the local community.

If anyone would like to approach the Parish Council with sensible suggestions of local projects which this funding could help then please contact the Clerk at jen@jehbooks.co.uk

Further details on the Caythorpe Gas Storage Project can be found HERE


Parish Council Meeting 

The next Parish Council meeting will be held on TBC


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.

Going on holiday or travelling in UK?

Find out where the road works and other hold-ups will be by clicking here