It’s important that we keep residents up to date now more than ever with the prevailing threat of COVID-19. To read the newsletter, simply click the ‘read it here’ button. The Parish Council Office is now closed until further notice. However, essential work is continuing in line with the Government guidance. You can still contact the office by phone or email or by heading to the contact us page.
Parish Updates During COVID-19
Key Info and Docs
Our parish consists of the three communities of Thorngumbald, Camerton and Ryehill in the East Riding of Yorkshire, approximately 8 miles east of the City of Hull on the A1033 road which leads to Withernsea. Thorngumbald is the largest of the three communities with approx. 3,000 residents, leading through to Camerton. Ryehill is situated off the A1033.
The village boasts two public houses and one micro-pub. The parish also has two places of worship, St Mary’’s Church and a Methodist Chapel. In addition, the village also has a number of shops, a post office, pharmacy and small co-op store.
Thorngumbald Village Hall is a popular venue for regular events including Yoga, Weight-watchers, Zumba, and many more and is also the home of Thorngumbald PreSchool. We also have a second venue in Ryehill Village Hall, including Table Tennis and Indoor Bowls . All these activities and others can be found on the Village Halls page, under Parish Information. The Trustees of Ryehill Village Hall are currently fund-raising to try to renovate the hall to its former glory.
The purpose of this website is to provide residents, businesses and other agencies with up to date information on the Parish. If you’re a local business and wish to be considered for having your business advertised on our website, please contact us.
We have been made aware of a new text message scam that is being circulated. A message is sent seemingly from the NHS saying that you are now eligible to apply for the new vaccine and to click on the link to apply. If clicked the link will take you to a fake NHS
The SHOReS Centre in Withernsea has set up emergency food boxes as part of their food bank. Eligibility criteria: Anyone in an emergency situation, self-isolating/shielding/in need who cannot otherwise either afford or access food or who is stranded due to flooding or adverse weather – NB if it’s possible to deliver to someone in need,
Ok folks, it’s that time of year again. Only this is no ordinary year! Usually, Thorngumbald Pre-School are badgering you all yo make scarecrows and to bring Thorngumbald to life. Well, now’s your chance! Thorngumbald Pre-School would like all you good folk to make a scarecrow and display it for everyone to enjoy who walk