The hall has one large room and one small meeting room, together with a fully equipped kitchen, toilets and free Wi-Fi.
It is large enough for parties of up to 80 people yet small enough to be cosy for just a few.
Seaton Ross Playing Fields has been open for 30 years as a place where children and and adults can go to have some fun.
St Edmund's Church
It is a beautiful Georgian Church, which has served the people of Seaton Ross and its surrounding area for centuries.
It is very much a village Church, where you can be assured of a warm welcome.
The Farm Shop
The farm is on North End – on the left, half way between West End and Laytham Road (Breckstreet Lane) and sells vegetables (potatoes, carrots, onions and greens), eggs and locally produced honey. There is also a selection of seasonal goodies new in each Thursday afternoon, ready for the weekend.
There are no specific opening hours but there is normally someone around to serve at any time. If there is no one in the main outbuilding on your right as you enter the farm yard then please ring the bell at the back door of the farm house.
Lumley’s Village Shop
The Seaton Ross Village Shop and General Store on Mill Lane sells a wide variety of goods and groceries including petrol, beer and the local press (The Press, Pocklington Post, Gazette & Herald).
Deliveries of food to addresses within the village may also be ordered after 6pm by contacting the shop directly on 318335.
Normal opening times are: Monday 8:30 am 6:00 pm, Tuesday 7:30 am 6:00 pm, Wednesday 7:30 am 6:00 pm, Thursday 7:30 am 6:00 pm, Friday 7:30 am 6:00 pm, Saturday 8:00 am 6:00 pm and Sunday 9:30 am 1:00 pm
Milk and Newspapers
Milk and newspapers can be delivered by SPS Dairies of Hook, Goole, phone no. 01405 763418
Sunday newspapers delivered by Danbys of Pocklington 01759 302217
Nigel Roberts of Barracuda Breeze Ltd is in the village every Thursday morning, normally between 8.30 and 9.30am, with his refrigerated van.
For more information ring 01482 651279 or 07973 715574.
Visiting the village every fortnight on alternative Mondays 11:20 to 12:20 stopping near the Village Hall.
As well as borrowing and returning and ordering books you can return books borrowed from other East Riding libraries and also join the library.
Melbourne Outreach Post Office
The Post Office is in Melbourne Village Hall, Main Street, Melbourne on Mondays 09:00 – 11.30; and Thursdays 09:00 – 11:30.
There are also Post Office counters in the McColl’s stores in Bubwith and High Street, Holme upon Spalding Moor and the main Post Office in Pocklington.
Mark Blackburn Motor Engineers premises is situated down the lane between The Old Mustard Mill and West View on North End and is fully equipped to deal with servicing, general repairs, tyres and MOT tests for any make or model. A breakdown recovery service and courtesy car can also be provided.
Other services include: tracking, diagnostics, van hire, air conditioning servicing and loan cars.
Tel: 01759 318171
Opening hours are 8:30 am – 6:00 pm, Monday – Friday and 8:30am – 1:30 pm on Saturdays.
The blue, brown and green bins are now emptied fortnightly, the blue and green bins are emptied on a Wednesday, and the brown bins on a Thursday (except around Bank Holidays).
A text message reminder service is available to help avoid confusion over which bins to put out on a particular day. To subscribe. text nw3i to 07507 307088. To cancel the service, text stop to 07786 201286.
Upcoming bin collection dates can also be found online via the East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s website. Enter your postcode to view bin collection details / to download a calendar.
Public transport to and from Seaton Ross is provided by regular bus services, with the nearest railway station situated a few miles away in Howden
York Pullman provides the X36 service on weekdays which leaves the village around 06.52am, and returns around 6.30pm. Full details can be found at yorkpullmanbus.co.uk.
There is also limited service provided by East Yorkshire Motor Services (EYMS) travelling to and from Pocklington on Tuesdays and York (via a connection) on Thursdays. Full details of their 195/196 service, including a timetable, can be found at www.eyms.co.uk
EYMS also run their 18/18A service to York via Holme on Spalding Moor and Foggathorpe, and may be prepared to stop at the end of Southfield Road on the return journey. This route provides another option for travelling to and from York, and a chance to visit the Designer Outlet, though may require additional travel to catch it.
From January 2012, local parish councils gave some financial support to the early morning and evening bus service to and from York to ensure that it could continue. Please support your local buses to make sure the villages do not lose any services.