bullet imagebullet imageThis Group is for those opposing the Proposed Development of Land between the small Village of Paull and Saltend in the East Riding of Yorkshire. England in the United Kingdom.

"The interest and external pressure for this development to go ahead from outside our village is considerable, mainly from large corporate organisations whose only responsibility is to their corporate shareholders in the name of profit."

In the past the Villagers of Paull have been resilient and successfully resisted the loss of its PrimarySchool, the complete refurbishment of St. Andrews Church via fundraising and the New Build of the Village Hall, all in the last ten years. In all times of difficulty, the Villagers pull together as a team to do what is right for the village and its inhabitants. The floods of 2007 and 2013 only strengthened the community spirit and made it more resilient and created a much tighter knit relationship between all parties within the Village and thus the Villagers have the ability to take on any threat to the Village, Holderness or the East Riding of Yorkshire to protect their heritage and secure the future of the village of Paull for generations to come.  We will NOT let it become Industrialised and morph Paull in to one of the biggest Industrial Estates in the United Kingdom.  We NEED your support wherever you are in the World. 

It will be a very sad day in the community should this planning be passed. It will destroy everything the villagers have worked hard to preserve.

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Work to build a new Church began in 1355 and the church of St Andrew has been standing proudly above the village of Paull, East Yorkshire, since that time.

During 2009 the church again underwent  through major fundraising activity to start restoration work and this work secured the Churches future for generations to come.

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Paull Holme (Holm) was listed in the Domesday report, also in the Manor of Burstwick. The family of Holme held the place from the post Conquest period onwards, up to the 18th century when the estate passed to the Torre family through marriage to the female line of Holme.  The Tower is currently going through some restoration work financed by personal donations and English Heritage.

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Trinity House of Kingston Upon Hull built Paull Lighthouse in 1836, or so the sign on the front of the lighthouse tells us; the Wardens of Trinity House at this time were William Collinson and George Hall.

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