Our parish consists of the three communities of Thorngumbald, Camerton and Ryehill in the East Riding of Yorkshire, approximately 8 miles east of the City of Hull on the A1033 road which leads to Withernsea. Thorngumbald is the largest of the three communities with approx. 3,000 residents, leading through to Camerton. Ryehill is situated off the A1033
We now have just two public houses in our Parish since the recent closure of the Royal Mail. These are 'The Camerton' and the 'Crooked Billet' in Ryehill, probably one of the oldest inns in the area dating back to the 17th century. We have two places of worship, St Mary's Church and a Methodist Chapel. Also within the village of Thorngumbald is a shopping centre, in Church Lane, off the main road through the village.
Thorngumbald Village Hall is a popular venue for regular events including Yoga, Weight-watchers, Zumba, and many more and is also the home of Thorngumbald PreSchool. We also have a second venue in Ryehill Village Hall, including Table Tennis, Indoor Bowls and there is also a very active dog training club. All these activities and others can be found on the Village Halls page, under Parish Information. The Trustees of Ryehill Village Hall are currently fund-raising to try to renovate the hall to its former glory.
The Parish Council aims to use this website to provide our residents with an up to date method of keeping everyone informed about what is happening in our parish, including information relevant to our area. Important news will be posted on the right of this page on our Notice Board as well as on our News page, but we hope you will also look through the rest of our site. The Parish Journal will continue to be delivered to all residences within our parish for those who prefer to read it.
We hope you enjoy your visit and that you find our site informative and useful. Please let us know if there is anything you would like to see on this website by completing the form on the 'Contact Us' page.