The Christmas tree festival held at Elloughton Village Hall on Saturday 7 December 2013 was a great success with 16 trees beautifully decorated by local schools and children's groups. The Remembrance Tree has been moved to the Petuaria Centre where people can still place tags in memory of loved ones, all proceeds to Dove House Hospice.
The Town Council would like to thank all the sponsors and volunteers who helped. We were very short of volunteers for the event so if you enjoyed it and would like to help next year, please call Vicky or Jane at the Town Council office on 665600, thank you.
On Saturday 14th December, Humberside Police Band are holding a Christmas Concert at the Methodist Church, Welton Road Brough. HU15 1HN, starting at 7.30pm. Tickets which are £5 including refreshments can be obtained from Linda Barber. Tel. 666322.
Brough Voluntary Action are desperately short of volunteer drivers. If you can you help please call BVA on 667271. Brough Voluntary Action provide transport to hospital appointments, doctors, shopping etc.
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Information, including 'frequently asked questions' and current/approved/refused Planning Applications, can be viewed on the East Riding Council's planning portal: Planning Portal Website
Planning applications may also be viewed at Brough Library (Petuaria Centre, Centurion Way) - opening times:
Mon, Wed, Fri - 9am to 5pm
Tues & Thurs - 9am to 8pm
Saturdays - 9.30am to 12.30pm
Councillor Kate Brogden is delighted to announce that the Town Council has been awarded a grant of £8,700 from the Big Lottery Fund to cover the cost of resurfacing the car park at the Village Hall on Elloughton Road, Brough. Users of the Village Hall will be aware that the car park surface had become increasingly uneven. Both the Town Councillors and Village Hall Trustees were becoming very concerned for the safety of those users and it was clear that remedial work was required. Thanks to Awards for All England, the car park has now been resurfaced. The work has been carried out by local family run company Scientific Roads. The Town Council and the Village Hall Management Committee are very grateful for their prompt response and the great job they have done.