Hull east riding dating
Its operation was overseen by an elected Board of Guardians, 27 in number, representing its 18 constituent parishes as listed below (figures in brackets indicate numbers of Guardians if more than one): East Riding: Anlaby, Cottingham (2), Drypool (2), Kirk Ella, West Ella, North Ferriby, Hedon (2), Hessle, Marfleet, Melton, Preston, Sculcoates (4), Southcoates (2), Sutton and Stoneferry (2), Swanland, Waulby [Wauldby], Welton, Willerby (2).
In the centre of the immense building are the rooms appropriated to the governor, the matron, etc.
Once again the Veteran’s tent housed various local military associations, the Hull & East Riding Branch was in attendance displaying many Military Police items dating from the present back to the Second World War, from items of uniform to route signing.
Also in attendance were members of 150 & 252 Pro Coy RMP, they turned up with a patrol car and which once again proved popular with the kids!
A parliamentary report of 1777 recorded parish or township workhouses operating at Drypoole (for up to 4 inmates), and Sutton and Stoneferry (16 inmates).
The Sutton workhouse, dating from 1757, was on Church Street.EYMS is an award winning bus company, formed in 1926, that currently runs over 300 buses and coaches throughout Hull, East Yorkshire and the North Yorkshire coast.