Lythe Parish Council


Welcome to Lythe Parish Council

26 June 2024 website updated - see below for the latest news

The Council's website is currently being updated, please be patient during this change period.

The Parish Council is made up of seven elected members and employs a Parish Clerk. Parish Councillors are elected every four years. Their role is to represent local people and help provide local amenities and facilities. They have an active interest and concern for their local community and are not paid. The Parish Council liaises with Scarborough Borough Council, North Yorkshire County Council, the North York Moors National Park Authority and Yorkshire Local Councils Associations.

The Council aims to have an up to date record of meetings, contact details and news items, along with details of activities in the Parish. One of the legal obligations is to share information about finances and activities as the Council is subject to public scrutiny.


Latest news

Vacancy for Councillor

The Parish Council needs you to put yourself forward to be a Councillor.

Councillors can make a difference to the quality of life of local people and how local issues are dealt with.

For more information on the Council look at other areas of this website

Parish Charter

The new North Yorkshire Council has produced a Charter for Partnership Working and Understanding between North Yorkshire Council and the parish sector in North Yorkshire. Click here to open the Charter






  • Traditional Road Signs in the Parish


Contact our Clerk

Judy Clark



Website Accessibility - click here to open the council's accessibility statement and find out how the council ensures the website can be used by people of all abilities and disabilities. If you are unable to open the statement, please contact the clerk.