Welcome to Boynton Parish Council Web Site
We hope that you will find the information in this site useful
Boynton Parish Council is a democratically elected body with a mandate to speak on behalf of all the people living within the parish boundary of Boynton. The function of the Council is to act as a focus for local opinion and to liaise with other bodies and authorities in a constructive way to achieve the desired outcomes where possible.
Boynton Parish Council constitutes 7 councillors which includes the chairman. In addition there is a Proper officer and Responsible Finance Officer.
Meetings are held every two months in the village hall at Boynton, and members of the public are welcome to attend.
Following trhe local elections on the 2nd May the Council have 2 vacancies for a parish councillor, which may be filled by co-option. If you are 18 or over and reside or work in the parish and feel that you can contribute please contact the clerk.
Anyone wishing to make representation to the Parish Council should contact the clerk Mrs Sandra Morrison on 01262 470496 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 sees the Celebrations for the 75th Anniversary of VE DAY. This will be a day of national celebration. Plans for Boynton have yet to be organised and if you wish to be involved or have ideas as to how the Parish may celebrate the 8th May 2020 which is the 75th Anniversary of the day peace emerged after nearly 6 years of war. please contact Kay Kalesnikovs or Dawn Emms or the Parish Clerk 01262 470496 email@example.com
Healthwatch East Riding of Yorkshire - Have your say
A meeting was held on the 26th November in the village hall for an update on the restoration of the Caythorpe Gas Storage site. click here a follow up meeting was held on the 17 June 2019
The parish council have purchased a defibrillator, which is sited outside the village hall.
Your NHS services are changing in Bridlington Your urgent treatment centre will be opening on 4th April at Bridlington Community Hospital daily 7am - 11pm
We are now a Neighbourhood Watch Area see attached link for more information
About the area
Boynton is a small village with only one main street which crosses the B1253 road from York to Bridlington.
At the last census in 2011 Boynton Parish had a population of 229.
Boynton Hall as seen today has evolved in 4 major phases from an original late medieval hall house.
It fell to the Strickland family in 1549 and was expanded around 1600 into an H shaped plan, with central hall. The façade was of daipered brickwork with some tooled sandstone ashlar, particularly at the quoins, purloined from Bridlington Priory. A dove-cot was built in the garden of similarly purloined masonry. A banqueting hall was built in the garden, of brick. There was a long gallery in the attic storey.
The house is currently owned by Richard Marriott a descendant of the Strickland family.
The park was laid out between 1725 and 1779 and is substantially in tact
After 1684, the house underwent major transformation once more in the hands of William Strickland and Elizabeth Palmes.
William Strickland having bought the estates of Boynton, Hildenley, Newton and Wintringham around 1549, became MP for Scarborough in 1558, the first of several generations of Strickland to hold parliamentary office. His grandson William Strickland, first baronet, was a prominent member of the Long Parliament and supporter of Cromwell. William, third baronet, was MP for Malton from 1689-1708 then MP for Yorkshire, Old Sarum until returning to his seat in Malton 1722-24. He died from a fall whilst fox hunting in 1724. His son, also William, fourth baronet was MP for Malton 1708-1715, then for Carlisle 1715-1722 and finally for Scarborough, 1722-1735. He was variously Lord Treasurer, Treasurer to the Household of the Queen and Secretary at War and it was he who commissioned both Lord Burlington and William Kent to carry out works to Boynton Hall.
The parish church of St Andrew's is Grade 1 Listed. It includes memorials to the Strickland, later Cholmley, later Strickland-Constable Baronets, of Boynton (1641), whose seat was at Boynton Hall, which is also Grade I listed.