East Riding of Yorkshire Council is working to support businesses in the area during the current period of hardship caused by the coronavirus lockdown.
The council is updating its website for traders to let them know that even more businesses will now benefit from Government grants and business rates relief – and that payments will be sent out as soon as possible from 1 April 2020.
Eight invaluable local organisations have been awarded grants totalling nearly £14,000 by Two Ridings Community Foundation to help support vulnerable residents and individuals who are suffering hardship as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
The Covid-19 outbreak is impacting voluntary, community and social enterprise groups and at times of crisis, the strength and desire to help from the public can make the most difference.
East Riding Libraries are reminding people that EBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines are all available to download free for East Riding Library members, even though all East Riding Libraries and Customer Service Centres are now temporarily closed.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has welcomed the official launch of East Riding Council’s community response to the Covid-19 pandemic; designed to help vulnerable people in the area who are being advised to stay at home for extended periods of time.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council would like to ask all community and voluntary groups working to support residents through this crisis in the East Riding to register their details on www.beecan.org
Well-loved and much needed local charity, Dove House Hospice are appealing to the community of Hull and East Yorkshire to do what they can to support the hospice during these difficult weeks and months.
The outbreak of the Coronavirus in the UK and the impact of the Government’s guidelines to keep everyone safe and reduce the spread of the virus is having a hugely negative effect on Dove House who provides specialist care to local people living with a terminal illness.
An industry-leading business bringing brands to life has become the first occupier of a revamped landmark building in the thriving market town of Beverley.
Miller Graphics UK, which is part of the Miller Graphics Group operating in 11 countries worldwide, was based at Carnaby Industrial Estate in Bridlington for almost three decades, providing digital brand imaging and other services to its many clients.