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Community Partnership general information

What is a Community Partnership?

Community Partnerships help to encourage individuals and communities across the East Riding to become more involved in decisions that are made about the public services that they receive. The Community Partnerships also involve local people in tackling local issues to improve the quality of life of communities across East Riding.

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Which Community Partnership covers the area where I live?

Six Community Partnerships cover the East Riding of Yorkshire:

  • Beverley and Rural;
  • Bridlington and Driffield;
  • Haltemprice and Hunsley;
  • Holderness;
  • Goole and Howdenshire;
  • Market Weighton and Pocklington.

The following pdf document provides a map that shows which Community Partnership covers where you live.

Community Partnership Map (pdf 2mb opens in new window)

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Who are the Community Partnership members for where I live?

Your Community Partnership consists of a chair (elected by the Partnership and town and parish councils) and representatives from:

  1. Humberside Police

  2. Humberside Fire and Rescue Service

  3. NHS

  4. The Voluntary/Community/Third Sector

  5. A Community Champion


Each Community Partnership area is administered by a Community Partnership Coordinator.

The following pdf document provides details of the membership of each team.

Community Partnership Membership (pdf 46kb opens in new window)

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Can I see the agendas and notes of Community Partnership meetings?

Agenda and notes for your Community Partnership, and 'back-issues' of the former Local Action Teams, are available for:

  • Beverley and Rural;
  • Bridlington and Driffield;
  • Haltemprice and Hunsley;
  • Holderness;
  • Goole and Howdenshire;
  • Market Weighton and Pocklington.

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When do the Community Partnerships meet?

You can see the dates of planned meetings in the following pdf document. The dates and locations of meetings sometimes change, so it is worth checking this page from time to time.

Community Partnership Meeting Dates (pdf 50kb opens in new window)

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How do I contact my Community Partnership?

You can contact the Community Partnership Coordinator for where you live by telephone, or my email.

The following document shows contact details of each team.

Community Partnership Membership (pdf 46kb opens in new window)

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