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Welcome to the Heworth Without Parish Council website:

Compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation:
Your privacy is important to Heworth Without Parish Council and the council takes its responsibility regarding the security of your personal information very seriously.

The Council is committed to protecting your personal information and to being transparent about the information it collects about you and what it does with it.

To reflect the changes to data protection law and Heworth Without Parish Council's commitment to transparency, please FIND HERE the relevant Heworth Without  Parish Council Privacy Notice. 


Do you know what is there?
Heworth Without Parish Council's Jubilee Wood and Wild Flower Meadow; visit Stray Road play area, walk through the play area and there is a gate on the left - see the information board and discover!



 Changes to No. 11 Bus timetable effective from Monday 16 April 2018;
Details can be found at HERE



Heworth without Parish Council Newsletter: 

  • Current Newsletter is available here 
  • Summer 2018 Newsletter is available here 
  • Winter 2017/18 Newsletter is available here
  • Summer 2017 Newsletter is available here
  • Winter 2016/17 Newsletter is available here


Heworth Without Parish
Heworth Without is a semi-rural area approximately one and a half miles North-east of York City Centre. It sits within City of York Council's Heworth without Ward (further information can be found at: https://www.york.gov.uk/heworthwithoutward

The Parish comprises of around 850 dwellings, primarily bungalows and semi detached properties, mostly built in the extensive post war development period up to the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. The Parish, which is relatively low lying apart from at the north-eastern end, extends northwards to Monk Stray with Bad Bargain Lane forming the parish boundary with Osbaldwick. The Western limits of the parish are around the inter war development (NE of Hemplands Lane and Woodlands Grove) and the East is bordered by Tang Hall Beck and associated farmland. Archaeological evidence suggests that there was once a Roman settlement in this area, with Stockton Lane perhaps being part of a Roman Road linking York with the market town of Malton.

Meetings of Heworth without Parish Council are held on the third Monday each month at the adjacent Heworth Without Community Centre on Stray Road. 

Big Spring Clean Event 2018

The Big Spring Clean 2018 was scheduled to take place on the weekend hit by The Beast from the East but, undeterred, members of the Parish Council assisted by a number of residents rescheduled the Big Spring Clean event 2018 for the weekend of 24th and 25th March 2018. A total of ten bags of litter were collected from the roads and hedgerows within the parish. Some of the volunteers are pictured below:


 City of York Council's Local Plan - Preferred sites document for ST7

Boxing Day Floods 2016 - Flood Inquiry
Call for evidence; if you experienced flooding please let the parish council  know and the information will be passed to the  Flood Inquiry 

The area is well served by the “Coastliner” bus service which runs regularly throughout the day and early evening and provides a service to Leeds in the west, Whitby, Pickering, Scarborough and Filey (all via Malton) to the east. The number 11 bus service also provides a very useful link via Stockton Lane, Ashley Park and Burnholme areas into the city centre.

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