As part of a programme of activities provided by East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s museum team, visitors will have an opportunity to get to grips with some of the site’s artefacts.
Toys, Kitchenalia and even some prehistoric items will be displayed for people to see and touch. Volunteers will be on hand to chat and provide explanations for the items on Wednesday, 30 November at 11.30am and 1pm.
Plans for a Yorkshire Harbour and Marina in Bridlington are progressing well, with the council and Bridlington Harbour Commissioners bidding for funding from Central Government’s Local Growth Fund to help the area’s economic growth.
The project is one of several that form part of the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Enterprise Partnership’s (LEP) submission which is currently being considered by the Government.
Hull City Council has published a decision record announcing that PBS Construction Limited will be appointed to construct the city’s first closed road cycle circuit.
Following a competitive tendering process the council awarded local construction company PBS Construction Limited the contract having demonstrated that it offered the best value and most cost effective solution.
Cadets will soon join the ranks of Humberside Police thanks to a £10,000 donation from leading Hull firm Arco, as part of the work of the High Sheriff on behalf of the Tribune Trust.
We have already recruited 30 young people – aged 15 to 18 – from across the force, who will be taking up their posts in January. And from April we will be recruiting a further 60 young people, who will be in post by September.
A digital health app used by adults with learning disabilities has delivered a dramatic 30% reduction on the burden placed on health services.
The My Health Guide app, developed by London-based health focused tech firm Maldaba Ltd, is currently being trialed by Humber NHS Foundation Trust with 200 users taking part in a year long pilot scheme.
The advertised closure to Ferensway will be effective from Sunday 27, Monday 28 and Tuesday 29 November.
Residents and visitors are encouraged to make use of our public transport system, and take advantage of the park and ride service. Priory Park and Ride service will be offering FREE travel to motorists on Monday 28 and Tuesday 29 November
New electrical power points and street lighting in the pedestrian precinct of Goole is now complete, thanks to £8,760 from East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s High Street Fund.
Power Up the Precinct is a project by Goole Town Council, working with Business in Goole (BIG), and complements the Goole Portas funded urban realm works, town centre seating though the Renaissance Small Projects Fund….