East Cottingwith & Storwood Information Site

Latest Parish Council News

Remember that you can view all planning applications on ERYC's public access website, which you can access from this website by going to Parish Council Information/Planning Applications
04/01/2018 Agenda for the meeting of the Parish Council on 11th January is now on this website under Parish Council Information
13/11/2017 Minutes of the meeting of the Parish Council held on 9th November are now on this website under Parish Council Information


We should let you know that 3 people have access to edit this website. There's me, Noel Joy;  and two of the Councillors - Neil Hobbs and Steve Ashton.  Steve has done most of the work in designing the site, expanding it and updating it. Without his time and his expertise things would have progressed much more slowly. 


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Please NoteFollowing completion of the Mobile Library review, the library will stop in East Cottingwith each THURSDAY between 2.45pm and 3.10pm
As before it will be stationed at the Bus Stop on Main Street.


Christmas Events Update:

Carols around the Christmas tree
It was a very enjoyable evening. Alice Cornmell switched on the lights.
After singing carols and enjoying mulled wine and mincepies, a collection for Martin House Children's Hospice raised £80.

Carol singing around the village
£285 was raised on the evening plus some further donations of £25 making a total of £310.
This was the second highest ever so thank you all for your generosity towards church funds.
We all enjoyed ourselves singing too - Win, Janet, Judi, Chris, Ian (the Vicar),
Dave, Geoff, Steve, Tony and Peter on the "fiddle"!






Following recent incidents the Parish Council have been requested to remind everyone that there is no ‘open access’ land within the parish. This includes the full extent of the Ings where walkers (and dogs) should remain on authorised rights of way.
Please respect the area in which we live and remember to follow the Countryside Code.


< Be safe - plan ahead and follow any signs

< Leave gates and property as you find them

< Protect plants and animals, and take your litter home

< Keep dogs under close control

< Consider other people





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General Updates

Result of the November and December Village Hall Draw is published. To check if you're one of the lucky winners click here

There are increased incidents of dog poo being left on footpaths particularly the top of the floodbank and the canal.
We are privileged to  live in a very special area. Help us to keep it that way by clearing up after your dog.

A projector is now available for use by community groups when giving presentations. (You will need to provide the laptop/tablet to attach to it). For more information click here.