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Rural services

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The council recognises that access to good quality services is of real importance to rural residents. Many people rely on local services and facilities in their town or village, especially those without access to private transport.

These pages summarise the work of the Rural policy and partnerships team relating to rural pubs, shops and post offices, and also provide information for residents on community broadband projects and telecommunications services.

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Rural pubs

There are many excellent public houses in the East Riding but many are also currently facing challenging trading times. Find information for communities interested in taking over their village pub.

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Rural community transport

A service designed to help people with unmet transport needs in rural areas. In particular residents or groups of people who have difficulties in accessing employment, services or facilities due to lack of transport provision.

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Rural shops

Rural shops provide an essential service for many rural residents. However, rural shops are also facing challenging trading times. Find information to communities interested in taking over their village shop.

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Rural post offices

Post offices provide important information hubs within rural communities and they can provide over 170 different services to residents and businesses.

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Broadband and communication

Good broadband and telecommunications services are vitally important for residents and businesses in the East Riding. Find out about community broadband projects, internet access and mobile phone coverage.

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