East Riding Council has announced details of the reopening of East Riding Libraries, Mobile Libraries, and its Customer Service Centres and Multi-Service Centres from Monday, 12 April, in line with the government’s roadmap.
East Riding Libraries will continue to offer the Order and Collect service at the door for those customers who prefer to use it, and will also be open for limited browsing (maximum of 30 minutes, which may be reduced at the busiest times).
Attending law school is a big life decision, so making sure it’s the right one is essential. If you want to go to law school, you must think of your reasons while in college. You must first find your WHY and understand how attending it will help you change the world.
If you have not yet decided which school to attend, check out these next questions, as they’ll help you figure out your future. If you have decided, these questions can still emphasize the reasons you’ve joined law school in the first place.
Do you often hide your cooker door with a tea towel folded over the handle?
If you are looking to give your home a thorough spring clean ahead of welcoming back family and friends as lockdown lifts but are embarrassed by the state of your oven, help is at hand from Darren Hall, of OvenGleamers, based in Beverley.
Work has begun on the Army’s first solar farm as part of a major project expected to deliver £1million in efficiency savings and a massive reduction of carbon dioxide emissions per year. The project will support the Government’s commitment to meet Net Carbon Emissions by 2050.
Imagine yourself working on your computer in your office and suddenly your computer starts lagging or stopped functioning. You can try basic troubleshooting by turning it off and on again but this doesn’t always work, does it? As you know, if one or more computers stopped working, this will not only affect your work but your whole business. This is why it is extremely important to have IT support services for your business.
Humberside Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) has published its Strategic Plan and Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) for 2021 – 2024.
HFRS stakeholders were consulted in relation to both plans, having been asked questions relating to what they expect from their Fire and Rescue Service, with the responses helping to shape the information that the plans convey.
Assistant Chief Constable Darren Downs says he is pleased that residents in the region enjoyed the bank holiday weekend safely.
He also added that local police engaged with the public and as a result issued just a handful of fixed penalty notices. Now he hopes that people will continue to follow the rules outline by the government.
East Riding Libraries have seen a huge 329% increase in the number of eBooks downloaded since March 2020, and a 95.5% increase in the number of audiobooks downloaded free with their library memberships.
Librarian Pamela Taylor-Bramwell explained: “We’ve been delighted to have welcomed over 4,500 new members (in addition to our 45,000 existing members!) since March 2020.
Hair salons are soon to be inundated with eager customers keen to get their hair cut and coloured, following the UK’s recent (and hopefully final) lockdown.
While you wait for your appointment, local stylist Rick Roberts, who was recently named Afro Hairdresser of the Year 2020 at HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards, has a few last-minute tips before you’re reunited with your stylist.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is developing a £1.2 million scheme to improve the A164 junction with the B1232 at Willerby, also known as The Ketch roundabout.
Queues are often formed on the approaches to the roundabout, particularly on the B1232 from Willerby as motorists wait to turn right onto the A164 towards Beverley. Traffic is forecast to increase in the future with new housing to be built in the area.