Welcome to Willerby Parish Council’s website.

At this time when many residents will be understandably concerned, we advise everyone keeps up-to-date regarding Coronavirus (Covid-19) by following Government and NHS advice.

Stay safe and look after each other ❤️❤️



Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak, the Parish Council will not be holding monthly Parish Council meetings until further notice.

This website has been created to keep local residents informed about what is happening within the local area of Willerby, the website will be managed and updated by the Parish Clerk.

We would like to encourage local residents, businesses and groups to participate with the site. Please forward any information to the Parish Clerk, using the contact form on this site, e.g. stories, news articles or photographs you feel will be of interest to the local community.

Haltemprice Leisure Centre is close by which boasts an excellent Skate Park facility.  Willerby has a Shopping Park and a superb selection of eating establishments to suit all tastes, as well as a good mixture of shops to accommodate residents’ everyday needs.

Don’t forget we’re also on Facebook & Twitter. Keep up to date with what’s happening in your village by following us using the links below:

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Website Accessibility

As advocates of accessibility and usability, we care very much that the site is built responsibly and can be used by all visitors.

That said, there is always more we can all do to improve accessibility. Our website will continually improve, and it is our intention to make all that we do accessible to the widest audience.

Scanned end of year financial documents are not accessible. There is a requirement under The Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 to publish these documents with ‘wet’ signatures which can only be achieved by scanning. However, the information from these documents can be obtained from the Clerk during the period of exercise of public rights each year”

If you do have any feedback, questions, corrections, or issues, then please do not hesitate to contact us.


The Parish Council normally meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7.00 pm at the Methodist Church, Carr Lane, Willerby.

Members of the public are invited to attend and there is a 10 minute public forum at the start of each meeting.


Willerby Parish Council currently have 8 Parish Councilors who volunteer their time to support the local community.

If you would like to know more about who your Parish Councillors are and what they do please click on the button below.


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East Riding of Yorkshire CouncilThe Government have announced that the East Riding, along with neighbouring areas including Hull, North East Lincolnshire and North Lincolnshire, will be placed at the high local alert level (2) following a recent rise in COVID-19 cases across the region.
From 00:01 on Saturday, 31 October the East Riding of Yorkshire will move from Local COVID Alert Level Medium to High.
Please check what this will mean for you orlo.uk/COVID19_mpK07

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Willerby Kirk Ella & Anlaby Branch, The Royal British LegionExcellent interview on BBC Look North this evening, well done Dennis. We are so proud of our Branch President! ...

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East Riding of Yorkshire CouncilWe ALL need to take action NOW and do whatever we can to #StopTheSpread #Covid19

If we don’t reduce infection rates quickly, the East Riding is likely be moved to the HIGH alert level.

If this happens, the new restrictions are likely to mean:
❌No mixing in any indoor setting with anybody outside your household or support bubble
6️⃣Rule of 6 applies outdoors
🚍Reduce number of journeys where possible

To help, you should:
🔸Stay at home and NOT leave your home if you've been told to self-isolate by the NHS Test & Trace service or the council
🔸Continue to wash your hands
🔸Use a face covering (unless exempt)
🔸Continue social distancing

High restrictions explained orlo.uk/Alert_Levels_Z5D2D


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