Next Meeting

The next Laxton Parish Council meetings will take place at 7pm on Wednesday 20 October and then the 24 November.  The meeting will be held at Laxton Victory Hall.  All attendees are encouraged to wear a face mask when not seated and to take a lateral flow test before the meeting.  All are welcome to attend and questions and comments can be made during the public participation section. Papers for the meetings can be viewed here  when published. 

Laxton Parish Council

Alan Bravey

Parish Clerk

Laxton Parish Council

3 Ruskin Way


East Riding of Yorkshire

HU15 1GW

07932 016856

Welcome to the website of Laxton Parish Council, serving the communities of Cotness, Metham, Laxton and Saltmarshe in the East Riding of Yorkshire.


Latest News

Do you need funding for your project? 

Closing date for applications for the Sixpenny Wood Wind Farm Fund is 29th October.  

Available to small local charities and community groups based in or serving the parishes:

Blacktoft, Eastrington, Gilberdyke, Hook, Kilpin and Laxton

Micro grants of up to £500, applications open all year

Find out more:

Laxton Children's Colouring Competition

The result of the colouring competition are in!  See the 1st, 2nd and 3rd spots and the highly commented entries here!  The Parish Council is running  a children's colouring competition to help find a new role and name for the phone box.  A prize for every entry!  Please find see the attached document for more information!  

Laxton Parish Post COVID 19 Event Survey

COVID-19 has had an enormous impact on our lives.  After lock down, isolation and shielding, we know that it will be hard for many people to return to their pre-COVID activities, or to try something new outside of their home.  The Parish Council, Laxton Victory Hall, Bricklayers Arms and Saltmarshe Hall would like to put on an event if there is enough interest from the Parish.  It would be great to get your feedback on what type of function you would like to attend.  Please Click here to complete a short survey.  Thank you.  


Customers in the East Riding of Yorkshire are among Great Britain’s top energy switchers, with one in four of them changing their supplier in 2020, new figures have revealed.

The figures, published by Energy UK’s Energy Switch Guarantee, show that the East Riding of Yorkshire is second in a table of the top areas in Great Britain for the most energy switching activity last year.

Last year, East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s YORSwitch scheme switched 5,234 households, saving East Riding residents more than £1million. Since the scheme began in 2013, YORSwitch has helped more than 36,000 households switch their energy tariffs, with savings of over £7.6 million.

The YORSwitch round opens for registrations on Tuesday 3 August, with an auction held between suppliers on Tuesday 12 October, then with the opportunity to switch to the winning supplier, until late November 2021.

Councillor Chris Matthews, portfolio holder for environment and climate change at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “Residents still have time to register for the latest YORSwitch round. Now is the best time to fix your energy tariff. Switching through YORSwitch, to the winning supplier which is Shell Energy, is expected to save residents money in the long term.”

To register for the latest YORSwitch auction, visit or, alternatively, call 01482 393939

Say No to Fraud

In the Humberside Police area alone £13.8 million was stolen from 7471 victims between 2019-2020 and impact on a victim of fraud can be considerable from both a financial and wellbeing perspective. We are supporting an Office of the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Fraud awareness campaign designed to assist people in how to spot the signs and avoid becoming a victim of Fraud. It is encouraging local residents to ‘Say NO to Fraud’ by closing the door on a person while you check their credentials, putting the phone down mid-conversation to ring your bank yourself, saying NO to anyone asking for money or bank details that you may have befriended online. Residents are also being asked to take 5 minutes to talk about fraud with people you care about. More information can be found on social media #SayNoToFraud and online at

Laxton Parish Council Statement of Accounts

The Parish Council's notice of public rights, certification of exemption from an external audit and the annual governance and accountability returns are now available to view.


East Riding Safe and Sound Grant

Would you like additional home security measures to safer at home?  If you are over 60, or disabled you could be eligible for the safe and sound grant.  For more information please visit ERYCs website for more information.


Do you need funding for your project? 

Goole Fields Windfarm Fund is now open!

Grants are available up to £10,000 for voluntary organisations, community groups and small charities in the wards of Wards of Goole North, Goole South, Snaith, Airmyn, Rawcliffe and Marshland plus the Parishes of Kilpin, Laxton, Blacktoft

Applications are welcome which promote community, charitable, amenity, educational and energy efficiency initiatives for the benefit of the communities within the area of benefit.  In addition to being open to receiving normal applications, the fund panel recognises its responsibility to support local community groups and organisations who are working hard to recover from the serious impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it.

For more information please visit:  Goole Fields Wind Farm Community Fund (

Do you live in Laxton, Saltmarshe, Cotness or Metham?  If so, the Laxton and Saltmarshe Charity can help you if you are:

  • A student / apprentice attending college or university needing books, equipment, travel expenses etc
  • An OAP needing help with heating costs
  • Making regular hospital visits and need help with travel or parking expenses
  • Discretionary help is also available - please ask

Awards are made by the Trustees after careful consideration and in the strictest confidence.

For further information contact:

  • Jackie: 07460 375630
  • Jane: 430343  

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