North Ferriby Village is primarily bordered by the Humber Estuary to the south, green spaces east and west and the A63 to the north. It has been a village for thousands of years and is home to the world significant archaeological find of the Bronze Age Boats.
It has an established and thriving community of around 4,000 people, many of whom have lived in the area for generations.
It was against this background of stability and commitment to Village life that residents formed the Save Our Ferriby Action Group (2011/2012) due to the threat of unwanted development together with destruction of the ecology and environment surrounding the Village. We want to ensure the conservation and preservation of the surrounding green spaces and environment considered by residents to be so essential to Village life.
To date residents affiliated with the Save Our Ferriby Action Group have volunteered hundreds of hours of work making sure that the case put forward for residents is both strong and evidentially well-grounded.
In addition to residents volunteering their time and expertise we have the benefit of our Chairman being a Barrister. She is working and representing the Save Our Ferriby Action Group pro bono for the benefit of the Village and wider community.
The SOF Action Group meets every Monday evening 6.30pm until 8pm (approx.) at the North Ferriby Social Club in the centre of the Village and everyone is welcome.