Next Meeting

The Parish Council will meet on the following Mondays at 7.30 pm: 8 July, 9 September, 11 November, 13 January 2025, 10 March 2025 and 12 May 2025.At the Parish Council Meeting, members of the public can raise any question and issues during the Public Participation session or can submit them in advance to  The meeting papers can be viewed here.   

Parish Council

Alan Bravey

Parish Clerk

3 Ruskin Way


East Riding of Yorkshire

HU15 1GW

01482 662292


Etton Parish Council - serving the Etton, Gardham and Kiplingcotes.

Latest News

Recent Flooding

East Riding of Yorkshire Council will be investigating the cause of recent flood events across the East Riding, including the flooding in Etton in September 2023.  They are particularly interested to see any videos or photographs showing flooding caused by the failure of an asset.  These can be emailed to

Parish Councillor Vacancy

We have a vacancy for a Parish Councillor! Local councillors are the champions of their community.  They invest time in local projects and issues that benefit residents.  As a Councillor representing your community, you will help to keep it a great place to live and work.  Becoming a councillor is a rewarding experience as you will be able to make a change in your community to help improve residents' lives.

We would love to hear from you if you can give an hour or so each month.  There is a short application form here to complete.  

Application Form

East Riding Support Fund For Oil

On application, eligible households will receive an oil delivery (or the LPG alternative) and free membership to our Bulk Oil Buying Scheme for the first year (normally £20 per year).

The link below contains full details of the eligibility requirements for the scheme and the application form to apply:

East Riding Webinars 

Cost of Living Crisis

If you need financial support during the cost of living crisis, or you are struggling to manage, ERYC provide a range of services that might help, alongside government and community support

Safeguarding Guidance:  Children and Young People

If you are ever concerned that a child is in immediate danger please call the police on 999.  If you are a young person, family member, carer, or member of the public and you want to discuss a child that you are worried about, or make a self-referral you can contact the Safeguarding and Partnership Hub (SaPH) during office hours on: (01482) 395500 - Choose 'Option 1' and a social worker will be able to talk through your worries with you and discuss what happens next.  If you have a worry about a child outside of office hours, the Children’s Emergency duty Team (CEDT) operates to respond to emergency situations from 5pm until 8:30am Monday to Thursday and 4.30pm until 8:30am on a Friday and at weekends and bank holidays. CEDT responds to emergency situations that are unable to wait until the next working day.  You can contact the Children’s Emergency Duty Team on: (01482) 393939.


Safeguarding children and young people is the responsibility of everyone. If you are a professional, young person, carer, family member or a member of the public and you are worried about a child or young person, who has or may be likely to suffer significant harm, you can contact the Safeguarding and Partnership Hub (SaPH), the front door to Children’s Social Care.

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