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South Ferriby is known locally as one of the “Low Villages” nestling at the bottom of a chalk escarpment, where the chalk meets the clay to give a plentiful water supply. It also marks the point where the Lincolnshire Wolds come to the Humber Estuary and as the name suggests it is the southern site of a former ferry across the estuary to North Ferriby. It has a population of around 600.
South Ferriby was once two villages, Ferriby Sluice with its strong connections to brick manufacturing and other activities on the Ancholme River and South Ferriby itself, a strong farming community, with two farms that are still operational. Added to this the village now has a General store and Post Office, garage, and two Public Houses. It also boasts a splendid new primary school which serves those living in the immediate vicinity.
Employment is much diminished from the past and it is mainly a dormitory village for those who work in nearby towns. The village is popular with people looking to enjoy a rural setting with magnificent wildlife and enjoyable walks whilst remaining close to excellent road and rail links.
Check meeting dates and download all the relevant documents.
› Go to Parish Council section.
Information regarding the Flood Plan and Flood Alerts.
› Go to Flood Risk section.
Information about the South Ferriby Cement Works.
› Go to Cement Works section.
Non Emergency Telephone Number - 101
South Ferriby Links Page
For further information or to book the Village Hall, please contact:Mrs Sandra Fisher on 01652 637406
Low Villages Newsletter
Contact: Mr. Lee Collins
email: Click Here
Tel 01652 618787