Welcome to the new 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.

There is also the Clerks Corner which is an opportunity for the Clerk to share information on key projects, ideas and initiatives outside of the formal council minutes and to provide an insight into the world of the Council Clerk.

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

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Parish Councillor Vacancies


Would you consider working as part of a committed team as a Parish Councillor? If the answer is YES and you feel you have the skills, enthusiasm and interest needed to succeed please forw...

Parish centre

Annual Parish Meeting 2019


Annual Parish Meeting 2019 - 16th May 2019 The next Annual Parish Meeting will take place on the 16th May 2019. This public meeting will be held at the Pavilion, Woodhall Way, Molesc...

Max Cleans Up For Molescroft Again!

Max Cleans Up For Molescroft Again!


I had the pleasure of meeting with Max Harris Smith again and his mum Sarah in February half term to chat through and learn more about Max’s fundraising endeavors. Here’s something of M...

Max Cleans Up For Molescroft Again!

Max cleans up for Molescroft!


Local Scout Max Smith has for the second time in a year worked hard to clean up the Parish Bus Shelters and notice boards and give something back to the community. Max is striving to raise eno...

Molescroft Remembers

Molescroft Remembers


Councillor Mac Fleming attended the remembrance service in Beverley on behalf of the Council. This is an important event for the council and community and is especially poignant as the 100-year ann...

Featured Parish Projects


Tree Planting

Councillor Fleming and team planting trees at the Pavilion Grounds aided by the Rotary Club Beverley.  
Tomorrows Youth

Tomorrows Youth

The main aim of the project is to encourage and enable older people (over 50) to be able to socialise and spend more time out of their homes.  

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