Covid-19 pandemic

Impact on Parish Council and services 

Parish Council meetings 

While restrictions remain in force, the parish council cannot meet in person.  The Council will hold its first remote meeting via Zoom in May. See News and Agendas and Minutes for more information.

Parish Council services that are closed as per government guidance

  • Play area

Parish Council services that are open – but social distancing rules apply

  • Festive Field
  • Allotments
  • Cemetery

Community Support 

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Victim support have also produced two advice leaflets for individuals and community groups who are providing support during this crisis.

Victim Support – Advice for Groups

Victim Support – Advice for Individuals

For information from Holderness Health about accessing appointments and ordering and collecting prescriptions click Changes to GP Services Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic


Welcome to Burstwick Parish Council

Welcome to Burstwick

Burstwick Parish Council is a small local authority that provides services for the residents of the parish.  The council provides allotments, manages the play area and the cemetery, produces a quarterly village newsletter and looks after Festive Field recreation space. There are 9 councillors and the council meets once a month to make decisions on behalf of the village.  The parish council as a corporate body are also charity trustees for Burstwick Village Hall.

The parish council meets on the last Thursday of the month, for more information see Parish Council meeting dates 2020

The parish council has Standing Orders, in other words its rule book, to view a copy please click Burstwick Parish Council Standing Orders 2018