If you’re tired of high electricity bills and are sick of the increasing cost of repairs for appliances that consume so much energy, you’re not alone. The tedious debacle of making ends meet can push anyone over the edge. Luckily, there are many budget-friendly solutions to lower your electricity bill. Read on to learn how to reduce energy consumption and save money.
Local children’s nurses are asking kind-hearted donors to swap chocolate eggs for arts and crafts this Easter in a special charity appeal.
Every year, the children’s wards at Hull Royal Infirmary would normally be inundated with offers of chocolate treats for youngsters spending time in hospital.
Plans to pedestrianise a part of Beverley’s Saturday Market have moved a step forward thanks to a successful funding bid from the Department of Transport’s Active Travel Fund.
Work is expected to start within weeks on the next phase of a project to build around 1,800 homes to the south of Beverley after council officers cleared the way by approving details of the scheme.
Lovel Developments, which is based in Beverley, is close to agreeing on a date for Barratt Homes to begin construction of more than 400 houses on about 35 acres of land next to Long Lane.
Every automobile needs to be maintained as these are highly complex machines that can suffer a great deal of wear and tear over the years.
As a motorist, it is important to understand that often you will be able to carry out the maintenance work yourself which can be rewarding and a great way to save money, but there will also be times where the work needs to be completed by a specialist. Read on to find out more.
At the moment, businesses the world over are experiencing unprecedented hardship and financial instability; the SARS-CoV-19 pandemic has uprooted the world’s financial and business sector – it has seen millions unemployed, and many more are expected to become unemployed in the near future.
The number of Year 6 children resident in the East Riding who have been awarded places for the school named by their parents/carers as their first preference has risen to nearly 97% in this year’s secondary school admissions round.
Wendy Mitchell, whose best-selling memoir, ‘Somebody I used to Know’ is a Sunday Times bestseller has joined forces with East Riding Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), East Riding Council and Humber NHS Foundation Trust to support people to live well with dementia.
Dozens of newly-planted trees have been dedicated to babies born across the East Riding since the start of the first lockdown in March last year.
From 23 March 2020, until 22 February 2021, 55 babies’ births had been registered in the East Riding.
Over the past year it’s fair to say that our lives have changed dramatically and, after the UK Government announced a third national lockdown recently, it seems as though the route back to normality is still some time away.
However, as with most things, we’re learning to adapt to a new normal and continue with everyday life as best we can and that doesn’t stop when it comes to buying a new home.
MP Graham Stuart has held a virtual meeting with Longcroft School and Sixth Form College’s Head of School, Irie Grant, and Executive Headteacher, Jonathan Britton, to find out how the school is coping with remote learning.
The popularity of East Riding Archives has surged during the recent lockdowns. In January they were in the top 15 most used archive services in the UK with nearly a third more online visits over the past year.
Many aspects of the Archives service’s work have taken on new importance.
The winning entries in the East Riding Festival of Words Poetry Competition 2020 have now been published online.
The winning entries in each category of the competition are shown on the website and reflect the high standard of the entries received, and the range of the poetry submitted in the various age groups.
Two of the busiest bus stops in the East Riding will now benefit from real-time bus information thanks to new information screens installed by the council. The screens are situated on either side of the road at the busy Cottingham Green bus stops.
Non-essential shops, hairdressers and gyms have been given the green light to re-open by the government from 12 April.
Beverley like the rest of the Uk has been enduring its third lockdown for weeks. However, as the COVID Vaccination Programme continues plans to allow businesses to re-open have been announced.
After postponing last year’s event due to COVID-19, the Hull and East Yorkshire People in Business Awards (HEYPIBA) is back and will be taking place on Friday 9 July.
Filmed at Bridlington Spa, the awards will take place virtually with all the excitement and anticipation of the incredible inaugural sold-out event in 2019.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, is to meet with East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) officials to lobby for their support as part of a fresh bid for Government funding to reinstate the Beverley-York rail line.
East Riding Libraries are advising their members that the way they access free audiobooks and magazines will change from the RBdigital app to the Libby app on Friday, 26 February.
Overdrive, the leading digital reading platform for libraries and schools worldwide and creator of the Libby app, recently acquired RBDigital, hence the change.