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 and were made by working class communities. The shrines had the names recorded of those serving, not just of those that were killed. Women would leave flowers and messages at the sites for their loved ones.

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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 Pavilion meets government and public health guidance on COVID-19, and that we have the required health and safety processes in place.

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COVID-19: 3 Steps to Safety

COVID-19: 3 Steps to Safety

Molescroft Parish Council, along with East Riding of Yorkshire Council, would like to remind and encourage residents to follow the 3 Steps to Safety process, in order to limit the spread of COVID-19 in our region. As a reminder, the 3 Steps To Safety are: Prevent. Notice. Act.

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Area Officers 2020

Increase in people using the local public rights of way network

Since the Covid-19 lockdown it has been fantastic to see an increase in the number of people using the local public rights of way network for walking, cycling and riding. We hope that the local community are enjoying the benefits that come with outdoor exercise, and that this continues in the long term.

This increased use has however highlighted some issues, such as a general lack of understanding of the different types of rights of way and where people can or cannot cycle. In light of this, please see the attached guides for your information. We hope that you find these useful.

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