The Parish of Airmyn is situated near to Goole in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It has approximately 770 inhabitants and a total of 670 electors.
Airmyn Parish Council is an independent local authority, served by up to nine councillors. There are currently 2 vacancies on the council, if you wish to consider standing please contact the Clerk.
Our website provides information on the activities of The Parish Council, including agendas and minutes of meetings, annual reports, financial information and contact details for the councillors and clerk.
The "About" section provides information on other groups and organisations in the parish and useful contact information. There is also a separate page about Airmyn parish history in this section.
Coronavirus (last update: 16th June 2020)
Play area: following Government instructions, the play area next to Airmyn Memorial Hall is closed until further notice. This is to help reduce the spread of Coronavirus.
Support for residents: East Riding of Yorkshire Council have set up a contact centre which will provide extra help and support for those residents who really need support with their daily living and who don't have carers, family, friends, neighbours or local community groups available to help.
CONTACT CENTRE DETAILS
9am-9pm Monday-Friday; 9am-6pm Saturday and Sunday
Meetings: Airmyn Parish Council & Airmyn Community Association monthly meetings were cancelled in April and May, but from June switched to online format.
Contact the Clerk at:
Airmyn Prish Council, Airmyn Memorial Hall, Woodland Way, Airmyn, East Yorkshire, DN14 8LY.
Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday*, 10am until 3pm (excluding 2nd Wednesday of the month).