Rudston is a rural village in the Yorkshire Wolds, 6 miles west of Bridlington. The village is surrounded by prime farming land, as can be seen from the photograph above, and the churchyard contains the Monolith from which the village gets its name (Rood Stane).

This site contains a range of interesting information about the village and its activities.

We hope you enjoy browsing the site and find it both interesting and useful.


BOSVILLE ARMS - Change of Use Planning Application

If you wish to help save your village pub you can submit your points of view by e-mailing the planning officer at the address below:


or you can submit your comments via the online planning portal by clicking on the below link, registering and logging in:


or you can write to the planning officer at the below address:


FAO Mrs Joanne Marshall

Planning & Development

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

County Hall


HU17 9BA


Comments already submitted by various members of the public can be read online under the above link but please note that your comment must be unique and individual. If everyone just says the same thing these will not count as separate comments and will not actually help the cause. 




The next Parish Council meeting is to be held in the Village Hall on Wednesday 22nd August 2018 at 7.30pm. The agenda can be viewed here nearer the time.

Rudston's defibrillator is now operational. See here for more information, including its location.

If anyone would be willing to assist in the event of a major emergency in the village, could you please download, complete and return this form please.

The Sunday Times features a walk around Rudston as one of 25 wonderful walks in the UK.