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South Ferriby’s Parish Council

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South Ferriby Flood Risk Dissertation Survey
Amy Friel a Masters student at Leeds University who is researching flood risk. As part of her dissertation she is carrying out a survey to help understand if the flooding in December 2013 affected travel in our area, residents' personal understanding of flood risk vulnerability and the area's transport network's ability to cope with flooding.

If you would like to take part in the survey please click here.


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This is intended as a web site for the whole community and it will be managed and kept up to date by the Parish Clerk. We would welcome suggestions and ideas about how it might be improved and what other things you would like to see on the site.


About South Ferriby

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.

Parish Council

Check meeting dates and download all the relevant documents.
› Go to Parish Council section.

Cement Works

Information about the South Ferriby Cement Works.
› Go to Cement Works section.

Business Directory

Information about local businesses.
› Go to Business Directory section.

Activities & Events

Find out what's currently happening in South Ferriby.
› Go to Activities & Events section.

History

Find out the History of South Ferriby.
› Go to History section.