Welcome to the Molescroft Parish Council website

This is an exciting development for the Council and is designed not only to provide key information but to enable you the residents to contact us and engage with the Parish Council more easily and often.

The content of the site will grow over the coming months and will be updated in good time to enable you to know what is happening in your area and indeed how the Parish Council are working to deliver relevant and improved services for the good of the Parish.

You will see already that in addition to the necessary official information that the Council must provide, there are updates on initiatives by local residents of all ages to help improve their community and to do their bit to make Molescroft a vibrant, attractive and interesting place to live, work and visit.

So, please take a look and enjoy what is a new look for the Parish Council and an opportunity for you the residents. Do visit the site regularly to see the latest news.

Latest News

National Lockdown January 2021

National Lockdown January 2021

As we find ourselves in another national lockdown, the Parish Council will again cease to hold meetings for the time being. The Clerk, the Parish Council and the Pavilion staff are liaising accordi...

Remembrance Day 2020

Remembrance Day 2020

Unfortunately Remembrance Day and Armistice Day were marked differently this year due to the ongoing pandemic and restrictions. Members of the Council were still able to pay their respects, however...

Revised Parish Council Meeting Dates

Revised Parish Council Meeting Dates

*UPDATE - Please be advised that due to the current lockdown situation, the Parish Council have decided not to hold a Parish Council Meeting in November. We hope to meet again on 16th December 20...

Molescroft Village Roll of Honour & Memorial Boards

Molescroft Village Roll of Honour

Street Shrines / Rolls of Honour were framed lists of names of men from the village who had joined the Armed Forces. These shrines were mainly confined to London’s East End, Hull and Beverley an...

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Make the change to walking or cycling

The ERYC Road Safety Team would like to see walking and cycling become a new normal for local residents who only have short daily journeys. More information, as well as free, bespoke, cycle training a...

We're Good To Go certificate

Molescroft Pavilion is Good to Go!

Molescroft Parish Council are delighted that the Pavilion has been awarded the VisitEngland 'We're Good to Go' tourism industry certificate. This industry standard verifies that the Pavili...

Featured Parish Projects

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Acorns to Oaks - Tree Planting in Molescroft

In keeping with the Parish Councils ambition to ensure Molescroft is a green, vibrant and pleasant place to live and visit, the Council have commenced a programme of tree planting in and around the Parish. This is a priority for the Council and is being carried out in partnership with the local Rotary Club who have a keen interest in helping with this work. This oak is the first of many, planted with the help of Councillors Mac Fleming, Jackie Heffer and Assistant Pavilion Manager Peter Wiles. Thanks to all for helping to make this happen!
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We are Tomorrows Youth - Have Your Say!

Molescroft Parish Council currently run a varied and fun activity group for the over 50's every Wednesday afternoon (2.15-3.45pm) at the Pavilion, Woodhall Way, Molescroft. We are 'Tomorrows Youth'.
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Pavilion Improvements: take a look!

There have been key changes over the summer months at the Pavilion both inside and out, including the addition of an excellent community Petanque facility. This is proving extremely popular with residents from across Molescroft and beyond, which the Council are delighted to see. Going forward, should individuals and or teams wish to book the facility for sole use, this can be done through the Activities and Pavilion Manager on 07908 654030 and will be subject to Council hire terms and conditions. 

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