The Preston Parish Council Humberside Police Littlebook of Scams is available to view and download within the Newsletters section of this website, this gives advise on how to avoid the many scams that criminals are only to happy to use to make money from us the unsuspecting public, so please take a look and avoid the upset these scams cause to people. The Preston Post Office " would like to thank everyone for their support to keep it open and would like to encourage everyone to continue with this support if Preston is not to loose this facility". The Parish Council has two allotment plots available in Our Weghill site which is available to both residents and Non-residents of Preston, If you are interested please contact the office 01482 899411 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Neighbour Hood Watch in the Village needs a new leader to step into the role. Support from the ERYC and police is available , anyone interested in taking on this worthwhile role may contact the Clerk here at the Parish Council office for further information. Bus services across the area are CHANGING with effect from MAY 6TH 2018, with service 277 being affected in Preston. Please contact EYMS for more information. Click below to see new timetable. The Clerk at the Parish Office has a number of these timetables obtained from EYMS by Cllr Catterick should you require one. Please note EYMS HAVE ADVISED THAT THE 277 BUS WILL NOW DEPARY AT 4.52 AND NOT 4.48. 277 TIMETABLE WITH EFFECT FROM 6TH MAY 2018 NHS SERVICES ARE CHANGING AT WITHERNSEA AND OTHER LOCAL HOSPITALS IN APRIL 2018 -PLEASE SEE OUR NEWSLETTER SECTION FOR INFORMATION ON HOW THIS WILL EFFECT YOU. EAST RIDING LIBRARIES. Change in timetable . Residents please be aware that the Library service has changed its time and date in the Village. The mobile library will now visit on a Tuesday every 4 weeks at 9.05am until 9.35am on Weghill Road near Peace Walk .No dates have yet been advised for 2019. 2019 dates have yet to be received The next Parish Council meeting will take place on 11th March 2019 in the Ccmmunity Hall starting at 7.30pm Cranswick Foods Odours. If you are effected by unacceptable odors from Cranswick Country Foods you can report them to the Environment Agency as soon as possible by ringing the incident hotline on 0800 80 70 60 (Free phone, 24hr service). Information useful when reporting any odor problem includes: the location where the odor was detected, date, time and wind direction. Current Parish Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday , Wednesday & Friday 10.00am - 13.30hrs.