Ryedale District Council



Current restrictions

National lockdown came into effect on 5 January 2021

The Government announced a national lockdown which started on 5 January 2021.  

The full details on the national lockdown restrictions can be found on the government's website 

This is the latest guidance on shielding and protecting the extremely vulnerable. 

Ryedale District Council is continuing to adminster grants to those who are self-isolating, and businesses forced to close due to government-imposed restrictions. For more information about the support we have available, click here.

Where to get help with your shopping and medicines

If you are over 70, pregnant or have an underlying health condition, you may be more susceptible to COVID-19 and may need to self-isolate.  If you need help to get groceries or collect medications, you should:

  • Ask family, friends and neighbours first
  • If they can't help, get in touch with local groups (eg charities, church organisations) that you know and trust
  • If you don't have anyone who can call - don't worry.  Call 01609 780 780 and they will put you in touch with local support

Read our leaflet on where to get help, volunteering and common sense things you should do to protect yourself.

Ryedale District Council COVID citizen leaflet (PDF 204 kb)

Domestic abuse

Sadly, the police expect there will be an uplift in the amount of domestic violence and abuse during COVID-19.   If you become a victim of domestic abuse - don't suffer in silence.  There is help and support available.   You can contact:

The Independent Domestic Abuse Service (IDAS).

  • 24hr Helpline 03000 110 110 - see updated information below re. COVID-19
  • Live chat for all 3pm - 6pm Monday to Friday, visit idas.org.uk
  • Live chat for professionals 10am - 12noon Monday to Friday, visit idas.org.uk

This leaflet tells you about the services that IDAS can provide:

IDAS services (PDF, 1 page, 94kb)

IDAS also have some frequently-asked questions about protecting yourself from domestic abuse.

IDAS FAQs leaflet (PDF, 6 pages, 240kb)

North Yorkshire Police have teamed up with their Safeguarding Partners to send a video message to victims of domestic abuse, to tell them they are not alone and that there are people here waiting to help you. In this video, the police, alongside local authority and charity partners talk through what to expect when you first make a report of domestic abuse and what information, advice and help you can expect from each agency

This is a useful booklet for teenagers who are displaying abusive behaviours in their intimate relationships. It helps them address their behaviour.

If you're a key worker and you support someone at risk of domestic violence, there is guidance for frontline staff in this booklet here

Other places that can help:

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Taking care with people coming to your home

Most people are honest and fair dealing, and genuinely only want to help. But it is worth taking a bit of extra care when dealing with people visiting your home, who you don’t know.

Here are some common-sense things you should do:

  • If someone says they are from a charity, or support organisation, ask for ID
  • Take a moment to think before parting with any money or personal information
  • Do not give strangers bank cards or PIN numbers
  • Be aware of people offering or selling virus testing kits (these are only available from the NHS), vaccines or cures, overpriced or fake goods to protect yourself from the coronavirus, paid-for shopping or medicine collection, or home cleaning
  • Trust your instincts. If something doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t.

If you have any concerns about someone calling at your home, call the police on:101 (or 999 if you feel threatened or in immediate danger)

For information about the support you can get from community groups, click here


The latest news from Ryedale District Council is published here

EU Referendum 23 June 2016

The referendum on whether Britain should remain a member of the European Union was held on Thursday, 23 June 2016. The turnout in the Referendum on the United Kingdom's membership of the European Union in Ryedale was 77.2%. See the 'Certificate of verification totals' attachment for further information.

The local EU Referendum results for the Ryedale voting area were as follows: 

  Turnout          Remain           Leave         Rejected ballot papers           
Ryedale   77.2%  14,340  17,710  19

The total number of ballot papers verified was 32,069

The total number of eligible electors was 41,529

Ref results

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Ryedale District Council
Ryedale House
Old Malton Road
Malton, North Yorkshire
YO17 7HH

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Phone: 01653 600666

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