A charity that is working to improve accuracy and detection rates for cancer, heart disease, and dementia across the Hull and Humber region is encouraging its supporters to dress to impress with a new range of fundraising merchandise.
Volunteer walk leaders have put their walking boots back on and are keen to welcome walkers back to their walks!
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s programme of Health Walks has been re-launched in line with government guidelines to encourage people to get out and about and enjoy the natural beauty of the area, whilst staying fit and healthy.
MP for Beverley and Holderness, and lead sponsor of the bid to restore 32 miles of rail track between Beverley and York, has welcomed the news that the bid is currently being analysed by technical advisers at the Department for Transport (DfT) and Network Rail.
Residents are being encouraged to share their views on plans to further improve cycle lanes in key parts of the city.
A consultation has been launched to gather views on plans to improve sustainable travel links between Hull and the East Riding, including improvements along key cycle routes from Hull to Beverley and Hull to Cottingham.
Graham Stuart MP, Chair of CADEY, met with CADEY committee members Nick Middleton (HEY Smile Foundation), Nicola Waudby (Humber Aid), and Warren Bostock and Jo Watson (Yorkshire Ambulance Service) to congratulate them on their hard work and inroads into covering all communities in Beverley and Holderness with publicly accessible defibrillators.
Your Charity Lottery celebrated 25 years since it was launched by Dove House Hospice in 1996. To date, Your Charity Lottery has raised a staggering £8.6 million – money that goes directly back into patient care.
A baroness, a broadcaster and a brace of owners of Super League clubs will share stories of achievement and adversity in a series of interviews which promises to be a highlight of Humber Business Week.
Staff at Beverley Art Gallery are dedicated to using art to promote wellbeing and encourage good mental health for the gallery’s visitors.
Last year, the gallery worked with mindfulness instructor Sally Edward from Kindmind.co.uk, and together they produced five mindfulness videos based around paintings from the gallery’s permanent collection.
Food banks in Beverley and Holderness have shared their concerns and experiences of the pandemic in a recent meeting with their local MP, Graham Stuart.
Food banks, including representatives from Withernsea’s SHoRes Centre, the Cherry Tree Centre in Beverley and Hedon Food Bank, as well as East Riding Voluntary Action Services (ERVAS), took the opportunity to outline how demand for their services had increased since March 2020.
A family firm, which has been building and renovating landmark properties in Hull and East Yorkshire for more than 140 years is streamlining its business in readiness for embarking on new projects worth more than £20m.