Useful links

Frailty Care Co-Ordinator: The term “frailty” or “being frail” is often used to describe a particular state of health often experienced by older people.  A Frailty Care Coordinator supports patients with mild to severe frailty within the community, working with them to create a patient-centred care plan. One of Selby Town Primary Care Network’s coordinators is  Alice – and she can be contacted directly  on 01757 244983 or via the team on 01757 244980. You can arrange to see the coordinator in person (at your home or the surgery) or have a telephone appointment.

Selby District Council

North Yorkshire County Council
Telephone: 01609 780780

Selby New War Memorial Hospital Tel 01904 724300

North Yorkshire Police – to discuss non-emergency matters, report anti-social behaviour etc. please call the non-emergency number: 101

Crimestoppers: 0800 555 111 – call anonymously with information about crime

Brayton Post Office – nearest post office to the village

Faulty Street Lights
To report faulty street lamps call  NYCC as above or there is a form on the website.

Nigel Adams MP for Selby and Ainsty
Further information on our local MP –  contact

The Wheatsheaf  public house, Burn

Where to stay:  Mackinder Farms Holiday Accommodation,
Keepers Cottage, Gateforth New Road, Brayton, Selby: high quality self-catering accommodation in a quiet rural location for both family and friends at an affordable price. Visit  their website at

Burn Gliding Club

578 Squadron

Burn Cricket Club

Selby Town Hall
Entertainment information

CPRE Planning Help:

CPRE’s (Campaign to Protect Rural England) Planning Help can help you influence planning decisions that shape our towns and protect our countryside – the site includes guidance on responses to planning applications.

Found an injured wild animal? Call Yorkshire Swan Rescue Hospital – they also care for other wildlife – on 07763 424892

Arriva Bus Service no 405 Doncaster-Selby serves Burn
Call 0871 200 22 33 for Traveline bus information
For timetables etc visit:

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