Swanland Village Website
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Norma Taylor - 2015

----Page updated
April 6, 2024
Web Site created and
maintained by Graham Latter


Latest Village News
This page updated April 6, 2024

CONE Invasion!

The reason West End and Main Street have been swamped by mini cones is that MS3 is laying underground cables to reduce "planting" yet more poles. The work will take place on Sunday April 7th to minimise disruption to local Business's

Swanland Diary

Sat 6 April Whole Village Litter Picking Day
SEE SVA website events

Sunday 7th JULY
Swanland Open Gardens

Why not open YOUR GARDEN? SEE Flyer (pdf)

For shows and films - see Village Hall forthcoming events web page

Swanland Heritage Centre is a mine of local historical information.

The Heritage Centre is open on Saturdays 1000 - 1200

It is also open by appointment

For (non-commercial) organisations we can host Web Pages
on this site or link to your own Website

SEE examples Contact website@swanland.info

Westfield Farm Development
Detailed Planning application being heard
Erection of 150 dwellings with
Application Ref 19/00790/STOUT on ERYC Planning Portal
The developer is now Crest Nicholson

The equestrian centre has closed. Excavations are taking place on the site

Reading Group See PDF
Storytime See PDF
On - Line Log in

See also Ferriby Library
(opens at different times)

Swanland Badges
On sale at 4.50 - all profits go to SVA. Get one of these beautiful enamelled brooch badges that can be worn on a dress or a coat e-mail SB@swanland.info with your contact details You can pay by BACS or cash.
Swanland Village Association (SVA) now have their own Website swanlandvillageassociation.info
Village Litter-Picking and Watering
Rotas are now on the SVA website

This website is being redesigned - some items are being moved to Archives.
Coming soon - sample page of the new site
Duck Food Signs in the pond highlight the importance of feeding the ducks with grain. Bread pollutes the pond water and is less healthy for ducks.

Healthier food grain is available from the Peppertree florist. The fish feed themselves

Fishing is NOT PERMITTED on the pond, even with a rod license.
If you see anyone fishing and feel comfortable please point out the signs, if this conversation turns abusive call 101

UKRAINE - Russia's brutal invasion continues 2 years on SEE latest BBC news

Donate Aid

Omya Melton Chalk Quarry
Melton Quarry
have kindly agreed to sponsor this website The Quarry Management regard Swanland
as their nearest local neighbours and are keen to engage with the local community
See plant website

Local Doctors

Swanland & Willerby Surgery

Instant Spam Guide - you should never be asked by phone, e-mail or text messages for your..............
Bank Details
Credit Card Details
Debit Card Details
Phone Number

Most scams follow this pattern - Delete e-mails, texts or hang up phone DO NOT REPLY

This website often gets queries from local residents about facilities and activities and
we can usually point you in the right direction
- just email website@swanland.info

Be on your Guard!
Be sure to lock all car doors, even if parked on your drive
Deborah Parry
Swanland NHW Coordinator
Visit Take Five & Cyber Aware


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LOCAL TRAVEL INFORMATION - Look at the websites for updated information

153 To Hull
150 to Hessle & Ferriby

Bus timetables change often see
See EYMS website

Brough Station

Live train times
Hull Trains




Humberside Airport - Live Flight Information

KLM Airline
Flights to Amsterdam

Some very worthwhile local Charities

Supports a children's school in Kenya to transform the lives of children living in poverty to give them a better future.
An amazing 97% of funds go directly to support schools and education projects in both slum and rural areas in and around Nairobi, Kenya.

Equipping future generations to fend for themselves is better than just giving aid as many charities do.


Several years ago a Swanland family tragically lost a young child from a sudden and unexpected heart attack. After their initial shock his parents set about doing something constructive in his memory and to help prevent other fatalities.

The charity funds free heart tests and the provision
of Defibrillators around the village


Hull Fishing
Heritage Centre


Phone 01482 327302
255 Hessle Road Hull, HU3 4BE


Sally Taylor, Local Area Commissioner


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