Village Hall Social Saturdays

Village Hall Social Saturdays
Due to the recent increase in the incidence of Coronavirus in this area, the Village Hall Committee has reluctantly decided to CANCEL this event until further notice.

Our first Social Saturday since ‘Lockdown’ will be held on:
31st October 2020 from 10.00am to 1.00pm !!

All very welcome, but please book by 26th October so that we can ensure the social distancing required by government guidelines.

Email: or phone: 01759 318411

Coffee, tea and biscuits will be served safely  to your table.

There will also be a bring and buy plant and pumpkin sale in the Village Hall Car Park – booking not necessary for this.

The event will raise funds for St Leonard’s Hospice.

Please use the link above should you wish to donate, but are unable to come to the event. Thank you.

Village Hall Talks

There is a series of talks being held at the Village Hall in which speakers from the village who have a specialist skill/interest/experience, share their knowledge. There is no charge for entry.

Our thanks to the first 4 speakers:

–  Dr Sharon Croskin who began the series with a stimulating and very interesting talk on TRAUMA – the body keeps the score.
– Simon Thompson, dog handler and canine first aid trainer, who gave a talk on DOG FIRST AID, which was very informative and thoroughly enjoyed.
– Dr Peter Williams, who shared the depth and width of his knowledge and experience on  growing plants throughout A YEAR IN A WOODLAND GARDEN. Very impressive slides Peter!
– Buffy Breakwell for the COMMUNITY CHOIR WORKSHOP, which was great fun and which got us all singing confidently as promised!

Unfortunately the next talk, which was to be on the subject of
THE CLIMATE EMERGENCY, and which was due to be held on
Tuesday 24th March,
has been CANCELLED due to coronavirus.

It will be re-arranged as soon as possible. Watch this space!

If you would like to give a talk or can recommend a topic or speaker please contact Jane Henley on 01759 318411.

Are you an IT expert?

Are you an IT expert?

Would you be willing to hold a one off training session in the Village Hall for senior citizens on how to use/make best use of their tablets and smart phones?

If “YES” – then please use the Contact Form to let us know.  Select the General Enquiries option when completing the form please.

Church Services

For a full list of church services which are regularly updated please click  here.

We are delighted that we have been left another bequest and St Edmund’s Church now has comfortable pew cushions as well as central heating.

The Church is always looking for new members for the Parochial Church Council and helpers for the flower and cleaning rota. If you are interested please contact Jane Henley on 01759 318411.

Parish Plot


Do visit this little oasis, which is situated on Church Lane near the crossroads with Breckstreet Lane and Mill Lane.  Our thanks to Roger Brook for maintaining the garden until Spring 2020. Peter writes an interesting blog called: nodiggardener.

The plot is owned by the Parish Council for the use of villagers and has gradually been reclaimed since 2005. Once the site of charitable homes for older village residents, the old fruit trees remain but only the foundations of the houses.

It has recently been taken on by Mr and Mrs Taplin and their hard work is already evident. The floor plan of the cottages has been exposed and there is a new entrance using one of the old cottage paths. There is a small area which will interest children. The next goal is a small wildflower meadow.

Please feel free to visit, wander, sit and enjoy.

If you would like to help with the maintenance of this garden, please email:

Annual Litter pick – 18th April 2021



Thank you to all those who keep the village tidy but there’s lots of litter being left on our grass verges coming into the village from all directions, which makes them very unsightly and often dangerous for animals. So please join us at the village hall @1.30pm.

We will be ‘socially distanced’ – family groups can work together. Please provide your own gloves, high viz jackets and litter grabbers if possible, but some spares will be available.

Thank you.

Village defibrillator at the Village Hall

If you need to use the defibrillator for an emergency cardiac arrest then:

  • Go to the yellow box on the Village Hall wall.
  • Dial 999 and tell them the code on the box.
  • You will given a code by the emergency operator use it to open the box using the keypad.
  • Don’t forget to also ask for an ambulance.
  • Take the equipment to the emergency.
  • The defibrillator will know if the person is having a cardiac arrest, or not.
  • The equipment will talk to you to tell you what to do.




The People’s Pantry is open to everyone in need of help to support themselves and their families.  It is a not for profit enterprise ran by volunteers and is a member of FareShare (a charity aimed at relieving food poverty and reducing food waste in the UK).  Membership is being sponsored by the Pocklington District Lions Club.

The People’s Pantry in Holme-on-Spalding Moor is a delivery service: If anyone is in need, they can contact  Revd. Stephen Cope on any day with a shopping list and he (or another volunteer) will deliver. Donations of non-perishable food, cleaning materials and toiletries can be dropped off at Margaret’s DIY in Holme-on-Spalding Moore, at the back of Seaton Ross church (when open), or on the Vicarage doorstep: the Vicarage, Market Weighton Road, Holme-on-Spalding Moor.

If any resident of Seaton Ross would like to use the pantry, please phone the Reverend Stephen Cope on 01430 626728. Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence.