Welcome to Howden Town Council

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Planning

5 Mar 24 - 19:15 to 21:00

Agenda

Updates and News

The East Riding Community Transport organisation are working with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to gather resident's views on existing community transport services across the area and how it could be improved in the future.

 

East Riding Community Transport can deliver door-to-door minibus services where no conventional services exist, or for anyone who cannot easily access existing public transport options for whatever reason.

 


Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR) for 2022/2023 

Under the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 the Town Council has prepared Accounting Statements for the year ended March 31st 2023 in the form required by proper practices (AGAR). A copy of the AGAR and related documentation can be found on the Documents page of the website.

 

Neighbourhood Watch:

Many of you may be aware of Neighbourhood Watch and the benefits such a programme can offer.

Neighbourhood Watch supports individuals and groups to create safer, stronger and more active communities.

We are very lucky that Howden resident, Matt Sharp, has volunteered to become a Neighbourhood Watch Lead Coordinator for our town and to show our support for this scheme, Howden Town Council have also registered with East Riding of Yorkshire Council Neighbourhood Watch.

We already have some areas covered by our long-standing Neighbourhood Watch Coordinators, however if you would like further information and / or would like to register your street then please contact Maureen Yates, the Crime Resilience Officer for East Riding of Yorkshire Council on 01482 396380 or via email at Maureen.yates@eastriding.gov.uk

Let’s support each other and get involved …


Howden Town Council Grants Programme 24/24

Well it’s that time of year again and at Howden Town Council we have opened up our window for grant applications for financial year 2024/2025 !!! … our aim is to offer as many grants as we can to benefit the community groups of Howden, however also having to be mindful that our powers and financial resources are limited…
Last year we pledged grants totalling £83,559 to the following Howden groups:
* Ashes Playing Field Trust - £28,000
* Shire Hall Trust - £30,000
* Howden AFC - £15,000
* Howden Scout Group - £7,059
* Howden Vintage Day - £2,000
* Howdenshire Music Project - £1,500
If you would like to apply for a grant or just want some more information, the Grant Policy and application form is available on our website, or please feel free to contact me: Sarah Boggitt via email at clerk@howden-tc.gov.uk or call 01430 430111.
The deadline for applications is Friday December 8th at noon. The application form is available under the documents section on this website.

 

Emergency Planning and Important Numbers:

Latest Planning Applications