East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Esh Construction are hosting a community morning. It will take place on Saturday, 9 February, from 10am-12noon. The morning is to celebrate the completion of the first phase of the new Gypsey Race Park, in Bridlington.
Work on the new linear park started in early 2018. It will see a green corridor along the stream providing pleasant walking and cycling routes. Also, it will feature play areas and improved habitats for wildlife.
The 52nd annual Open Exhibition, which celebrates some of the best artistic talents in the region is now open at the Ferens Art Gallery.
More than 300 artworks have been selected by a high-profile panel of judges consisting of Senior Curator at Humber Street Gallery, Hull, John Heffernan, BBC Arts Correspondent Rebecca Jones, and Visual Artist Ian McKeever RA, who recently had an exhibition of his work on display at the Gallery.
Hull Trains have taken delivery of 38-year-old HST Inter City 125 saying they hope it shows their commitment to delivering great customer service.
Bosses say that the train which was manufactured at the Crewe Works back in 1981 is a real boost for the company. They also add its arrival was hard to secure given the lack of rolling stock in the UK.
Ant Middleton, best known as the Chief Instructor for Channel 4’s hit shows, SAS : Who Dares Wins, Mutiny and Escape has added new dates to the Mind Over Muscle Tour, adding a date at Bridlington Spa on Monday 23 September, due to phenomenal demand.
This brand new show for 2019 from the No. 1 Sunday Times Best Selling Author will bring the ‘elements’ to the audience through lighting, sound and set.
A performance of the dramas of a life at sea and in the words of a former fisherman is to come to Hull for the first time.
The dramatic ‘Swinging the Lamp’ will take place at Ferens Art Gallery on Saturday 9 March, 7pm and is part story-telling, part theatre and part folk music, evoking life as it was in the fishing communities of Hull and Grimsby and remembering the life of skipper Jim Williams.
Our Histories Revealed: African Stories in Hull and East Yorkshire is a new exhibition at Goole Museum from 5 February to 6 April which uncovers the history of people of African descent from 1750 to 2007.
These dates represent the period of history beginning with the era of the famous anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce and ending with the bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade.
A hearing date has been announced when Humber Landlords Association (HLA) will face Hull City Council in the High Court in Leeds on 12 February 2019.
The case concerns Hull City Council’s proposal for a new enforcement policy for private rented housing in the City. In line with national guidelines, the current policy requires informal action to be taken, unless the situation is serious.
Dry January is a great opportunity to raise awareness of alcohol consumption and promote healthy lifestyle choices but, The Alcohol and Drug Service (ADS), a charity based in Hull says for some, casual drinking has actually become a risk to health.
The Charity wants to highlight that alcohol problems can and do affect anyone. With an annual caseload of over 3000 individuals, it is aware of only reaching a minority of people who could benefit from support.
As part of its programme of highway maintenance works, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is carrying out essential carriageway improvement works on the A1038 Kingsgate between Wilsthorpe Roundabout and Kingston Road, Bridlington.
The works began on Monday, 7 January 2019 and are expected to be completed in six weeks (weather permitting).
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has received National Lottery funding of £8,943 which will be used to deliver the ‘Serves Tennis’ programme in Withernsea.
Part of the Active Communities Everywhere project, the programme aims to encourage young people in deprived areas to have access to fun and engaging tennis sessions. It is especially aimed at those children who would not otherwise have access to such activities.