Welcome to the website of Ulceby Parish Council, North Lincolnshire.
Updated 8th December 2015
Ulceby.Net is having a redesign
Hard to believe this website was designed more than a decade ago, so it's having a long overdue springclean and tidy-up to make it easier to use. More details in coming months.
Ulceby Parish Link Magazine
Your newsletter is delivered free to Ulceby residences several times per year and is also free from the Post Office.
It's funded by local advertisements and profits are donated by Ulceby Parish Council to local charities and groups. You can download PDF versions below. You need free Adobe Reader to view them.
(Vol 5 2015) | Issue 1 | Issue 2 | Issue 3 | Issue 4 |
(Vol 4 2014) | Issue 1 | Issue 2 | Issue 3 | Issue 4 |
(Vol 3 2013) | Issue 1 | Issue 2 | Issue 3 | Issue 4 |
(Vol 2 2012) | Issue 1
Issue 2 | Issue 3 | Issue 4 |
(Vol 1 2011) | Issue 1 | Issue 2 | Issue 3 | Issue 4 |
HOW TO CONTACT THE EDITORS OF ULCEBY PARISH LINK
To contact the Ulceby Parish Link magazine or submit an item for publication, please Email
HOW TO ADVERTISE IN ULCEBY PARISH LINK
Advertising in the Ulceby Parish Link is one of the best ways of reaching local households. For prices or to submit copy, please Email
St. Nicholas Church, Ulceby goes online
Now you can keep track of events and happenings at St. Nicholas by visiting their website or liking their Facebook page.
Why not visit our local church website now?
LOCAL PLANNING NEWS
Planning applications can be viewed directly on the North Lincs. website here [REVISED LINK]. Remember to choose Ulceby Parish in the search engine. Drawings are usually in PDF format so you need to save them to hard disk then use the free Adobe PDF Reader to view them.
Planning Highlights for Ulceby Parish:
Former Brocklesby Ox site: Planning permission for the erection of a convenience food store and associated parking (NLC Planning Committee stage)
East of Church Lane Outline planning permission for the erection of 18 residential units (access and layout included) http://www.planning.northlincs.gov.uk/planning/newplanet/planetMain.aspx?refno=PA/2014/1311
Station Road, demolish former farmhouse and erect three dwellings (formerly Gowers) http://www.planning.northlincs.gov.uk/newplanet/planetMain.aspx?refno=PA/2014/0810
The Cloisters, redevelopment proposals for 14 dwellings
GRANTED WITH CONDITIONS
Station Road, demolish barn and erect nine dwellings (formerly Gowers)
GRANTED WITH CONDITIONS
Ulceby Parish Council
Approved minutes of Ulceby Parish Council meetings can be downloaded below. PDF format - opens in a separate window. Right click the links to Save As... on your computer. You need the free Adobe Reader or a similar program to view them.
Application details for Ulceby Parish Council Grants
Local grants from the Parish Council may be awarded to fund or part-fund local groups or events. Our Application Form ensures that the Parish Council has the information it needs to help it make a balanced decision.
Eligible groups, fundraisers or events can apply for help with funding at any time. Grants are subject to certain criteria and the availability of funds. From 2014, an application is not needed for grants < £100.00
Download an Application Form and Guidenotes (PDF)
NLC Road Accident
Near-Miss Report Form
This online facility is designed for logging incidents when a collision is narrowly avoided, for example when a car pulls out of a junction forcing vehicles to brake sharply, OR a very minor collision takes place when the Police are not called.
This form is not for speeding, highway faults, road rage or dangerous driving reporting.
The data helps NLC and Humberside Police build up a picture of what is happening on our roads and to identify common factors, to see if minor changes can be made or whether 'high impact publicity' (to quote NLC) will ease the situation.
CLICK HERE TO REPORT A NEAR MISS ACCIDENT TO NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL
View Larger Map
To switch to Street View, choose to View Larger Map, drag the little yellow 'man' icon onto the Ulceby map - the roads will have a blue outline. Release the yellow icon to see photo quality street level view. Use the Arrow keys to move around, or click with the mouse. More help from Google...
Researching family history?
If you're interested in researching your family's history then some excellent online services are now accessible at North Lincolnshire Council's web site that may help you. [NEW LINK]
The council's register office holds all of North Lincolnshire's birth, marriage and death certificates from 1837 to the present day. There are also details on how to use the local libraries to access census returns, local newspapers and more.
Visit the North Lincolnshire Council website here.
NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL IMAGE ARCHIVE
The North Lincolnshire Council Image Archive, established in 2000, is an ongoing project to digitise the council's photographic collections and make them available to the public. This has been helped by a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Images can be purchased as postcards, A4 or A5 photo quality. Note the copyright restrictions carefully.
VISIT THE NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL IMAGE ARCHIVE
Police? Call 101
You should now contact the local police by dialling 101 for non-emergency calls. More details...
NHS? Call 111
When it's less urgent than 999, call 111 for medical help.
More details... or visit the comprehensive NHS Website for advice
Did you know? 112 is the European equivalent of 999. It also works in the UK on mobiles (when you have a signal) and landlines.
This new Police website gives details of local police teams, locations, the next Police mobile "surgery" and a map showing reported crime in your postcode. Click the "Crime Map" tab too for more information. Click here to access the Police UK website.
RE-OPENING OF ULCEBY HEALTH CENTRE -
"USE IT OR LOSE IT!"
ULCEBY HEALTH CENTRE AT ST. NICHOLAS PRIMARY SCHOOL
Ulceby Parish Council Chair Dawn Macefield writes:
"From the responses to the questionnaire in the Parish Plan, many villagers wanted the Health Centre, situated at the School, to be re-opened. The Parish Council has worked very hard over several months to try to re-establish the use of the Clinic.
"Although the village is served by five various Doctors’ Practices, only one of them, BARTON’S CENTRAL SURGERY (Dr Jaggs-Fowler and Partners) has agreed to begin using the Surgery again.
DR JAHANGIR FROM BARTON CENTRAL SURGERY WILL HOLD A WEEKLY SURGERY FOR PATIENTS – OLD AND NEW – EACH TUESDAY AFTERNOON BETWEEN 2.00 and 4.00 PM
STARTING ON TUESDAY 13th NOVEMBER 2012.
"If you wish to visit the Surgery on any Tuesday afternoon, please ring one of the following numbers on the day before, and ask for an appointment at the Ulceby Clinic.
The numbers to ring are:
(Central Surgery, Barton) or
01469 532617 (Goxhill Surgery).
Central Surgery Web site
- Your Parish Council
Latest information from the Ulceby Heritage Society. Why not join today? Click here.
Humber Traffic 'Live'
Thanks to MarineTraffic.com you can now view local marine traffic "live" - e.g. choose Immingham or Grimsby, zoom in or out on the map, check freighters, tankers, dive vessels, tugs and more.
IMMINGHAM PORT | GRIMSBY PORT | (summaries)
Aircraft Traffic 'Live'
Using FlightRadar24.com most scheduled flights across Europe can be viewed online in near real-time using the data they transmit. Zoom in or drag the map around. Click the planes to view pictures, details, altitude, route and more.
Humberside Airport (HUY) is clearly shown, with planes flying to and from Schipol and elsewhere. Interesting fact: when planes vanish over the horizon (north), they're over Scarborough already!
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