Neighbourhood Watch (NHW)
The Parish Council encourages new schemes to
be set up, to try to keep crime figures low.
Look for these NW signs on lamp posts
Neighbourhood Watch Groups
If we can be of assistance please do not hesitate to make contact
We are delighted
to report that their presence at the Kirk Ella Police box has
been re-established. Our new local police team is:
2505 Katie Peach
7580 Janice Wilcock
7634 Jessica Watts
volunteer, Fred, will man the Kirk Ella Police box on two half
days each week - Monday 1230 to 1600 and Friday 0900 to 1230.
This gives you two opportunities each week to take your issues
to the Police. If your issues are more urgent, you should dial
101. There are plans to have a family open day at the Kirk Ella
Police box to include the Fire Service and other services.
Members of the public are advised
to ring 101 to report any incidents that are considered to be
non-emergency. 999 remains the number for emergency incidents.
Crimes April 2017
Social behaviour figures - 6 months to 31 March 2017
& Kirk Ella, Tranby and Anlaby Press Release April 2017
The purpose of ‘No
Cold Calling’ zones is to discourage cold callers from specific
residential areas - usually a street or small cluster of houses.
The introduction of the scheme provides householders with the
opportunity to collectively discourage the often-unwelcome practice
of cold calling.
Kirk Ella Relief in Need
Open to all residents in Kirk Ella parish
is a little known charity that was set up many years ago to help
the poor of the parish in times of extreme hardship.
Quite small amounts of money are available
on an annual basis and may be payable to applicants who think
they could qualify for acceptance. Contact the Parish Clerk.
Graffiti Cleaning packs are available from ERYC Safe Communities.
NW Coordinators can apply for a pack, and training in their use.
Contact is Martin Branton, Community Development Officer
Tel. 391 015 e-mail