Welcome to Newport Parish Council
NATIONAL LOCKDOWN: STAY AT HOME in effect
A 4-step plan (or roadmap) to ease lockdown restrictions in England was announced on Monday, 22 February 2021. We are now in step 2 of the plan.
There will be a minimum of 5 weeks between each step to limit the risk of infections and hospitalisations, with at least 1 week’s advance notice of the changes in restrictions.
Restrictions will be lifted across the whole of England at the same time with no return to regional tiers.
Until all restrictions are eased, we should continue to follow National Lockdown: Stay at home guidance
Step 3 – From Monday, 17 May
- Meeting outdoors
You can meet outdoors in groups of no more than 30 people.
- Meeting indoors
You can meet indoors with 1 other household, in no more than a group of 6.
- Pubs and restaurants
All indoor hospitality, including restaurants and pubs, can open.
All indoor group sports and exercises classes will be allowed.
- Indoor entertainment and attractions
All indoor entertainment such as museums, cinema and children’s play areas can open.
All remaining accommodation such as hotels, hostels and B&Bs can open.
- Life events
Up to 30 people will be able to attend weddings, receptions and commemorative events such as wakes. Christenings and bar mitzvahs will also be allowed.
International travel (subject to review).
Remaining outdoor entertainment (including performances).
Some large events can resume – capacity limits apply.
For Links to East Riding of Yorkshire Council Emergency Assistance please click here
Please Note that normal Parish meetings had been replaced by Zoom meetings .
These meetings are no longer valid and Newport Parish Council is currently looking into the options for returning to holding physical meeting from June onward.
Further details will be published on the website.
Newport Parish Council meet on the second Tuesday of every month to discuss issues that affect village life across the parish of Newport. There are currently five local Councillors who volunteer to serve the local community helping to improve the villages and support community projects.
If you have any comments, concerns or ideas of how we can improve your village please let us know. You can contact the Parish Clerk by sending a message via this website, or pop along to one of the meetings. There is a 30 minute public forum at the start of each meeting where you are welcome to air your views.