16 February 2019 website updated - see below for our latest news The Parish Council is made up of seven elected members and employs a Parish Clerk. Parish Councillors are elected every four years. Their role is to represent local people and help provide local amenities and facilities. They have an active interest and concern for their local community and are not paid. The Parish Council liaises with Scarborough Borough Council, North Yorkshire County Council, the North York Moors National Park Authority and Yorkshire Local Councils Associations.
We aim to have an up to date record of meetings, contact details and news items, along with details of activities in our Parish. One of our legal obligations is to share information about our finances & activities as we are subject to public scrutiny.
Thank you from Lythe Parish Council
Thank you to everyone who attended the commemoration yesterday. Click here to see the 'thank you' poster which has been displayed on Parish noticeboards.
Armistice Day - Sunday 11 November 2018 - Lythe Common
Lythe Common and the Village Hall were the focus of a programme of events organised by Lythe Parish Council to commemorate the 100 years since the end of World War One. The commemoration started with Ralph Bagnall-Wild firing the Stiddy and concluded with Reverend Malcolm Jackson sharing his reflections through poem and prayer. Neil Slater read out the Roll of Honour, poems were shared and pupils from Lythe Church of England Primary School put on a memorable performance ‘The Effect of War on Children’. Thanks go to everyone who helped make the occasion a fitting tribute to those men and women who have served our country.
Contact our Clerk
Judy Clark Lythe Parish Council c/o Cliff View East Row Sandsend Whitby YO21 3SU