We would like to welcome you to the North Cave Parish Council website. Our aim is to provide you with all the information you need about our parish and to serve as a resource for the entire community.
A parish council is the first tier of local government; they are elected bodies with discretionary powers and rights laid down by Parliament to represent their communities and provide services for them. They act as a focus for local opinion and provide a way to get things done in a way that is best suited to their local community.
All Parish Council meetings are open to the public and we welcome the attendance of residents.
North Cave is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire situated 15 miles to the west of Hull city centre. The civil parish is formed by the villages of North Cave and the hamlet of Everthorpe.
Yorkshire Flood Resilience are holding a number of free online workshops next week for community groups that want to understand how they can prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies, including Climate Adaptation and flooding. Please follow this link to register for these events (link will take you to Yorkshire Flood Resilience website): https://bit.ly/3dZptcT
A63 closures. National Highways will be starting roadworks on the A63 between North Cave and South Cave starting the 14th November. Please see here for further information.
Remembrance Day Parade 13th November. The Church will be holding its Remembrance Day Parade which will involve some road closures in the village from Church Lane to Appleton Lane. See our Parish News page for links to further information.