All official correspondence to the Parish Council should be made through the postal system, including non-urgent information. The address to send correspondence to is:
Gilberdyke Parish Clerk
Gilberdyke HU15 2UD
For very urgent matters which require the immediate attention of the Parish Clerk then please phone or send an email to:
Please state your name and address in all correspondence to the Parish Council.
Failure to do so may mean we may not be able to assist you.
This information will be treated in under the Data Protection Act.
Please note we do treat abusive correspondence seriously and it will be reported to the appropriate authorities. Please also note that an immediate response may not be possible until information has been passed to the Parish Council before the next available Parish Concil Meeting. Information can only be included in a Parish Council meeting agenda if it is received no less that 5 days prior to the meeting.
Alternatively members of the parish can attend Parish Council meetings. They start at 19:00 every second Tuesday of the month in The Meeting Room, Gilberdyke War Memorial Hall, and the public can speak to the Parish Council up to 19:15. After that period no public participation is allowed unless the Parish Council Members agree to do so.
Anyone submitting information or letters to the Parish Council and who do not want thier names published on this web site must state so at the time or in the letter submitted to the Parish Clerk. However, we are legally required to record the information in the official Parish Council Minutes kept by the Parish Clerk as a true record. It is the intention of the Parish Council to adhere to these principles at all times.