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ERSCP Newsletter

Please find attached the Christmas and New Year edition of the ERSCP Newsletter for professionals and volunteers.  It contains valuable sources of support for families and the ERSCP training calendar for the next quarter. 


Men in Sheds Haltemprice

We are a charity to help combat loneliness and isolation especially in older people. We're based in Anlaby, East Yorkshire and we are open to men and women from all the surrounding villages. We want to provide a place to meet and enjoy a chat over a mug of tea and where people can work in a workshop making or repairing things if they want to. We have secured the use of a building in Anlaby. We are looking for people to help with some of the administration jobs to keep things running. We are also happy for people interested in meeting when the Covid regulation allows.
If you can help please contact us on



The food bank has seen a continual increase in demand since it was set up in April last year. The number of people finding themselves in financial difficulties as a result of the economic effects of the COVID pandemic seems to be constantly increasing and we are sure we have not yet seen the worst. With the vaccination process now well underway it does look like there is some light at the end of the tunnel, and people are starting to feel more optimistic about the future, but the effects on businesses have been accumulating and it will take some time for the recovery to gain momentum. In the meantime redundancies and job losses are likely to continue to increase. In the last newsletter we reported that the Food Bank was distributing an average of around 30 food parcels to around 70 people per week. This has now increased to between 50 and 60 food parcels per week and continues to increase.

Our thanks, as always, go to all of our many donors and of course our dedicated volunteers who continue to come out in all weathers to ensure that everything runs as smoothly as it does.

Contact details for those who need support:-

Phone - 01482 628628 Manned on Monday and Thursday mornings. Answerphone at other times

E-Mail -

The bank account for donations is Hessle and Anlaby Food Bank, NatWest Bank, sort code: 55-81-23 Account number: 87849208.

The Food Bank has recently registered with HMRC for Charity Gift Aid which will allow us to reclaim tax on donations received. We would appreciate it if all future and past donors would complete the form below and either post it or deliver it by hand to:- The Town Hall, South Lane, Hessle, HU13 0RR. There is no need to make a donation at the time the form is completed - it will cover all past and future donations.

Gift Aid Form (click here)


I am researching the Wilson family of Tranby Croft between 1876 and 1944, and would be grateful if anyone with connections to the building in terms of ancestry, stories or memorabilia would contact me via the details below. I am interested in all who played a part in life at the big house, from domestic servants and gardeners through to the Wilsons themselves.


Thank you.


Tranby School, Anlaby HU10 7EH

01482 657016


Age UK Hull and East Riding - Help in recruiting new volunteers

We are busy operating a telephone befriending service trying to make a difference to lonely, isolated older people but we need more volunteers for the ever increasing demand. For more information, please see poster here





Please find below link for ordering replacement brown bin caddy liners.



NHS Coronavirus (COVID-19)




(please note a short part of the walk is through woodland so strong footwear is recommended).


Starting from the Red Lion Pub in the centre of Anlaby village, walk southward onto Lowfield Road.  After a few yards turn right at the ”Barber” shop onto Ringrose Lane.  At the bottom of the lane turn left into a short snicket.  At the end of the snicket turn right onto Beech Lawn.  At the end of Beech Lawn turn right into Voases Lane, after a short time Voases Lane swings sharp right but you will turn into an unnamed walled snicket which is a public right of way, which leads into the Anlaby House Estate.  On emerging from the snicket, walk forwards towards a magnificent cedar tree passing the imposing front of Anlaby House on your left.  Immediately after you pass Anlaby House, turn sharp left into Anlaby House grounds which is a public green space left in trust to the people of Anlaby.  Having passed through the metal gates, veer right and keep veering right until after about 100 yards you eventually emerge onto Beverley Road.  Turn right and proceed until you meet the junction with Wilson Street (note the odd road sign at the junction with Tranby Lane as you pass by).  Turn right into Wilson Street passing St. Peter’s Church back to your starting point.
N.B. Voases and Ringrose Lanes and Wilson Street are all named after prominent old Anlaby families.  The war memorial in the grounds of St. Peter’s Church is interesting in that there are more names on it from the 2nd World War than the 1st World War which is not usually the case.  I presume it reflects the growth of the population in the local area between the wars.  Maybe you can count them if you have the time.
If you want to know about the history of Anlaby which dates back to the 9th Century Danish Settlement of (ANLAF), research Anlaby:  The History of an East Yorkshire Village 867-1999, by the late Renton Heathcote.



List of Achievements May 2021 - April 2022 (click here)

See at a glance what the Parish Council has been doing in the parish area over the past twelve months.



Created by Gary on Apr 03, 2012
Last Modified by Mandy on Jul 25, 2022