Check that all the doors and windows are locked – even if you are only popping out for a minute.
Make sure that neither house keys or car keys are in sight or easy reach of windows and doors, and that you don’t leave them in an obvious place in the house.
Don’t hide spare keys outside, or in garages or sheds.
Don’t leave ladders or tools outside, which someone could use to get into the house.
Ensure valuables such as laptops can’t be seen from the window.
Don’t leave cash lying around or any documents with your name, address or other personal details (such as bank statements or bills) that fraudsters could use.
If you’re going on holiday,
arrange for a friend or neighbour to collect the post and put the bins
Tackling Anti Social Behaviour
Proposed development at Great Gutter
Lane West, Kirk Ella
on the A164
Location of Salt Bins
See pdf file
A Message from your Chairman - September 2018
Our summer break is over and everyone has returned refreshed and ready to work hard again. The Vice Chairman and I went to the Induction of The Reverend Ashley Carter our new Rector of the Benefice of Kirk Ella and (St. Mark’s) Willerby on Tuesday 4th September.
I was asked to say a few words
of welcome at the front of Kirk Ella Church, to Ashley, on behalf of
our Parish Council. This was together with Mr. Church, Head of Kirk
Ella Junior School, and two representatives of Willerby. I said that
on behalf of the Kirk Ella and West Ella Parish Council we were delighted
to welcome Ashley to the parish and that we hoped to involve him and
the Church in some of our community activities. He has already come
back to me with support for our suggestions for commemorating the 100th
anniversary of the ending of WWI.
We plan to produce more information boards with interesting historic photos that you may not have seen previously. Many will relate to our Heritage Trail, which we know you are interested in by the sales of the book. I have just replenished stock at the Kirk Ella Newsagent as they contacted me earlier this week to say they had completely sold out.
Lastly, I have been asked to remind you of the location of the nearest defibrillators in the parish, though we seriously hope no one needs one. We have had correspondence from the Hull Golf Club to say there are two defibrillators on the site and the club is happy for the local community to access these in the event of an emergency. There is also another one at the Haltemprice Sports Centre available for use by the public in an emergency if needed and we would hope that there would be a trained first-aid assistant on site to help in a crisis.