The next Parish Council meeting will be Monday 4th March 2024, the Village Hall at 7.00pm. Agenda to be published a week before the meeting.

The minutes of the Parish Council meeting held Monday 6th November 2023 at 7.00pm. can be found here

**NEW** The new vehicle activated sign (VAS) is now providing us with data currently located on Westmoor Road, click this link to view data from VAS Westmoor Road Dec 2023

The parish of Raskelf has a population of approximately 510 people. It is situated in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. It lies just off the A19 and is two and a half miles north-west of Easingwold.

The parish church St Mary’s is the only church in Yorkshire to have a wooden tower and dates from medieval times. Pictures of the church and tower can be found in the gallery.

There is a pub in Raskelf, the Old Black Bull  The village also has a pound or pinfold where stray animals were kept by the Pinder or Pinman until their owners retrieved them. This pinfold dates from the 18th century. It was restored by the Parish Council in 1971.

Information on CIL (Community Infrastructure Levy) can be found here:  This is a link to the Hambleton information page and here is a link to the Government guide

Guide to the Parish Council Precept can be found here

Parish Council Responsibilities


For information & guidance notes click here

For application form click here

Please visit our Raskelf Village Website for lots more information