Elloughton cum Brough Town Council


The Town Council office postal address is: PO Box 124, Brough, HU15 1YH. Please do not address mail to 60 Welton Road
Visits to the office at 60 Welton Road are by appointment only, telephone 665600 to make an appointment. 
Telephone/fax: 01482 665600
Link to: Organisation/Administration of the Town Council For further information see the Town Council pages of this website.
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East Riding of Yorkshire Council 

Dale Ward Councillors:
Tony Galbraith 01482 668381
Richard Meredith 07824559448
Mrs Pat Smith 01482 666785  
Call 393939 and ask for the service you require or visit the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Customer Service Centre within Brough Petuaria Centre, Centurion Way, Brough, HU15 1AY     Tel: 393939
For revised opening times, please contact 393939


Elloughton-cum-Brough Town Council invite exhibitors to enter for the 11th Annual Art & Photography Exhibition which takes place on 6th, 7th and 8th April at Brough Community Centre.  Entries cost £1.50 each (up to 3 pieces of work per person.)  Receiving times are Friday 6th April 9.30 am to 1.00 pm.  Entry forms can be obtained from the Town Council Office, 60 Welton Road, Brough or click on the following link  Art & Photographic Entry Form 2018  For further details please contact the Deputy Town Clerk on 665600 or email deputy.clerk@elloughtonbrough.karoo.co.uk
BROUGH VOLUNTARY ACTION need volunteer drivers - if you can you help please call BVA on 667271 Brough Voluntary Action provide transport to hospital appointments, doctors, shopping etc


Citizens Advice outreach sessions are held at Brough Community Centre.  The problems we are most often asked about concern benefits, debt, housing or employment but we also receive enquiries on consumer rights, legal matters and immigration.  Appointments are available on Thursday mornings by calling 01405 720866.
Citizens Advice is looking for volunteers in this area.  Volunteer with us and get new skills, improve confidence, support your local community and improve your employment opportunities.  Full skills for Justice approved training is provided and travel expenses paid.  Please contact Alan on 01405 720866 or email alan.barker@hull-eastridingcab.org.uk for more information.



Link to our Planning page. 

The East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) is the Local Planning Authority. Current, approved or refused Planning Applications can be viewed on the ERYC planning portal ERYC New Public Access.   

Information and advice on planning applications can be viewed online at ERYC Planning Portal. You can also download ERYC planning application forms, together with guidance notes for completion.
Planning applications may also be viewed via the internet at Brough Library, Petuaria Centre, Centurion Way - please contact 393939 

The Town Council has introduced a new Community Grants Fund of £4,000. Local community groups may make one application in any 12 month period for up to £1,000 in each financial year (April to March). For more in formation link to the guidance notes and application form
local walks leaflet - walks around Elloughton, Elloughton Dale, Brough, Humber Bank, Brough Babes Humber Hike, Welton, Welton Dale and Welton Waters
W@lking the Riding  walks in the East Riding
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) are responsible for Roads, Streets, traffic and parking. If you have something to say about these matters you can contact ERYC via their website or on 393939 or at County Hall, Beverley, HU17 9BA or contact one of your local ERYC Ward Councillors.
Events - advertise your event on our events page - please send us details
Town Information - local activities
Community Groups social and recreational groups for all ages, youth groups and voluntary organisations
What's On at the Village Hall and Community Centre
HU15online is the new Petuaria Community Forum website for news, events and local business directory
Connect to Support is a website for adults in the East Riding who need support to live independently.
Connecting Communities Grants is a funding opportunity available to funding projects that help older people to be more socially and physically involved in their communities