Barmby Moor Parish Council

CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC - COVID-19

In view of the continuing escalation of the COVID-19 pandemic, Barmby Moor Parish Council has decided to cancel the Annual Parish Meeting which was to be held on the 23 April 2020.  At an Extraordinary Council meeting held on the 18 March 2020, it was agreed to follow government guidance that in the event of the Parish Council being unable to meet, decision making would be delegated to the Clerk, Chairman and Vice-Chairman.  Further consideration will be given to the AGM to be held in May nearer the time.  We apologies for any disruption this may cause, but hope you understand the decision.

During this time please follow the Prime Minister’s announcements, we want to reiterate the importance of following the new rules to staying at home and away from others.

In the meantime any problems relating to the parish, please get in touch with the Clerk and Parish Councillors who will try and assist.

What help can you get!

There are lots of people willing to help should you need it during the COVID-19 outbreak.  If you require help with :

Shopping : Prescriptions : Emergency Supplies : Mailing : Pet care      Please ring Lauren Gibson:  07860584862 (Co-ordinator)

Additional support information is provided in the documents listed on the right hand side of this page.


Welcome to the Barmby Moor Parish Council website.

Barmby Moor is a popular residential village, close to the market town of Pocklington and has bus services to York, Hull and Beverley.  According to the 2011 UK census, Barmby Moor parish had a population of 1,114.

The village dates from the 11th century and at one time had its own market with a coaching inn (Barmby Moor House - now a private residence). It has a church (St Catherine's, first built in the 15 century), a Methodist chapel, village hall, primary school, post office and a pub (The Boot & Slipper). The church and Manor House (built in 1597 and where the author Lewis Carol once stayed) are designated as Grade II* listed, while the former coaching inn and several other buildings are Grade II listed. Further details of the village's fascinating history can be found here.

Each July, a traditional fete - the Barmby Feast - is held in the village.

The village is fortunate in having access to FTTC (Fibre To The Cabinet) high speed broadband, allowing download speeds of over 70 mbps.


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