Coniston and Thirtleby Parish Council

         Welcome to the Coniston & Thirtleby Parish Council Web Site 

         We hope to give you an insight into the workings of the Council.

          Your Councillors are: Cllr. Edmund Stead (Chairman), Roger Hobson, Mrs. Barbara Higginbotham, Philip Bannister and Mrs. Kath Stead.

          Parish Clerk: Jayne Ramsden  Tel: 07835071019 . The clerk is employed for 2 hours per week and will return your call during these working hours

          Parish Council meetings are held on a bi-monthly basis on the second Tuesday of that month , the next meeting is 12th March 2019, at 7pm in the Village Hall.Please come along and join us.

Agenda's are available to view on this site and are posted in the Notice Board usually within 3 working days of the meeting.

          Council Vacancy: There is currently a vacancy on the Council however as the next election is due in May 2019 we cannot fill the vacancy until then, if anyone is interested in becoming a Parish Councillor please contact the Clerk who will be happy to assist you, we are keen to have new members who wish to support the village. The forms to enter yourself as a candidate can be obtained from The Clerk here at the Parish Council or by contacting ERYC. The forms must be completed and handed in in person at Beverley County Hall again the clerk can provide you with the details, the details will also be on the ERYC website and will appear in the local press in due course.

         The Parish Council has appointed Mrs. Jayne Ramsden as Clerk to the Parish Council and Jayne will take up her duties from 8th January 2019.

 The Parish is formed by the village of Coniston and the Hamlet of Thirtleby. The 2011 UK census states Coniston had a population of 319.Coniston is situated approximately 6 miles north-east of Hull city centre, it lies on the A165 road. the Village boast a village Hall that is used by many local groups and a Public House the Blacksmiths Arms where the areas DEFIBRILLATOR is located , the owner of the pub has kindly agreed to take over the costs of maintaining the defibrillator in the future .