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This page is to help Bishop Burton villagers obtain necessary information and advice in connection with the Coronavirus covid-19 crisis. It is still being updated so keep coming back here.

Village email list

If you would like to join the email list that will be used to communicate information to villagers of Bishop Burton please send an email request using this mail link to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . If this doesn't work for you, send an email directly to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Join this email list if there are services or skills you can offer or if there are services and support that you need. We are not in a position to offer advice on health and related matters. Please use the following links to seek such advice and information. A leaflet is being sent to all villagers by the weekend which will again allow you to join the email list and to ask for and offer support. If you didn't receive it or want to discuss something phone Margaret on 01964 551315.

Government advice

Start on this page for information about the Covid19 virus and follow the links   https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response If you want pick up on the latest updates from the Government, then sign up to receive an email when the page is updated. The link to do this is on the right hand side of the Government web page. Another page that you might find useful is: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/public-health-england

Local NHS

To find out more about the Corona virus from the Trust that is responsible for health services locally visit this page https://www.hey.nhs.uk/ This page also provides links to contact details of hospitals and general practices.

Local events

We know that the following events have been cancelled or postponed: BB Cinema, Table Tennis, Gentle Yoga, Monday Club, BB Ramblers, Parish Open Meeting, Willow Weaving Workshop, Police commissioner election.

We know that these events are carrying on although they may be amended to reduce social contact: BB Golfers day at Bridlington moved to 23rd September from 20th May.

The Village Hall

The Village Hall is open for permitted activities from the 13th July. To enable this to happen much work has taken place behind the scenes to make the Hall COVID-19 secure for those activities that are permitted. New rules and regulations have been put in place and limits on the numbers able to use the hall.

No sports activities are currently permitted. However, the government last night announced that gyms can open from the 25th July. The Village Hall Committee awaits further guidance in this regard and will review once received. I will update you once the guidance is received as to permitted activities.

In line with the above dates the Village Hall Committee requests all cars without permits that are currently using the Village Hall car park to please remove their cars by the 13th July. Your co-operation in this matter is much appreciated.

Bookings are being taken for future dates, conditional on the booking being permitted under the guidance at the time it takes place. If you are interested in hiring the hall please call Jan on 552364.

Playground

The children's playground will reopen on Saturday 1st August. This will give time for the new turf and seeded areas to take hold. New conditions of use will be displayed once open. The Parish Council requests your help in adhering to these to help prevent the spread of the virus.

All Saints' Church

Public services have been cancelled All Saints' Church but it is open for prayer on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm. Online services led by the Revd. David Messer may be found on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMi6G3sBkql_nmoVMCRCr9g

Altisidora

In line with government guidelines the Altisidora is now reopen - check this page for the latest information https://www.altisidorapubbeverley.co.uk/reopening/

I understand that there has been a change of management at the Altisidora and that Simon is now in charge – but rest assured the rest of the friendly team are still there, so if you fancy a cooked meal, or a real pint then pop into the Altisidora where Simon and his team are ready to welcome you back. Opening hours:

Drinks - Monday – Sunday Midday until 10.30pm

Food – Monday – Sunday Midday until 8pm

You do not need to book but it would be helpful if you did – the number is: (01964) 550284

Other events

If you are responsible for organising any events that may or may not be affected please let us know by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This link COVID-19 entertainments for Bishop Burton will enable you to find out about online cultural events that may be a substitute for the kinds of events that you're now missing. It was last updated on 2nd May.

Village shop

The village shop is open and doing food/drink parcels for anyone that is self isolating. Please make a list of things you would like; Pete and Anne will try their hardest to accommodate. Please ring (01964) 552366 to order! They are now stocking fresh Chicken and mince from the quality butcher Laveracks and are able to get other meats if you let them know.  They are getting deliveries twice a week. 

Click on this link for information about other Local shops providing a service to Bishop Burton during the covid-19 crisis The include food shops, pet foods and garden supplies.

I've also attached an information sheet supplied to local councillors about technical services that the East Riding Council may or may not be providing. For more detailed information about all ERYC services look at this web page https://emergency.eastriding.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19/ 

Wood Logs

If you need wooden logs for your heating system, then Martin Gray will deliver some in the village since his farm on Dog Kennel Lane is closed to visitors. Contact Margaret Hebb on (01964) 551315 to place an order. The bags are normally £5.50

Relieving the Tedium

Bryn is arranging or finding some online activities that may help to relieve the tedium of self isolation. Visit the page Relieving the Tedium to find out more. It was updated last on 12th June 2020.

Making Scrub Bags

If you would like to help Nicky of Finkle Street make some scrub bags for nurses at Castle Hill and Hull Royal follow this link to Making scrub bags - she is in need of the raw materials: buttons, zips and duvet covers, pillow cases etc. but if you have the skills she can also advise you on how to make them. Text her on 07815 575757.

Childrens drawing challenge

Paul at the Altisidora is hoping to turn his pub into a large “Thank-you” to all those who are helping everyone get through this crisis.  To do this he is calling on the children of the village to produce posters of any size and shape that he can put them up in the windows of the pub and on the large advertising board he has near the car park.  As a starter for 10 he has sent me some ideas – see ideas for posters attached.  You don’t need to use these if you fancy doing something else.  Please put your completed posters through his door.  He lives in the house attached to the pub, so it is the door on the right hand side as you look at the Altis – just put it through his postbox and he will put it in the windows of the pub to say Thanks to all those who are helping to get us through this.

Scam emails and fraudsters

The crisis may prove to be an opportunity for criminals to send emails that are designed to trick you into revealing information that should be kept secret or into downloading damaging or undesirable material to your computer. If you are not sure about a particular item - delete it. If you need some assistance over the phone contact Bryn Jones on 0785 2325179. I can't guarantee an answer and I can't do home visits, for obvious reasons!

If you want to use a period of self-isolation to develop your understanding of how scams should be guarded against, this Which article is a good starting place: https://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/advice/how-to-spot-an-email-scam I've also attached the Victim Support leaflet that was included in the May 2020 edition of the BB News.

Other useful contact numbers

• Beverley Urgent Treatment Centre, 7am -11pm every day, tel :(01482) 478879.

• Norther PowerGrid – a) 105 to report power cut, b) or 0800 375675

• East Riding of Yorkshire Council – 01482 393939

• Environment Agency a) Incident hotline -0800 807060 b) Flood line – 0345 9881188

• All Gas Leaks – 0800 111 999

• Yorkshire Water – 0345 1242424

• BT – 0800 023 2023

 

 

 

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