Hull will be heading back to the 70s next month for a nostalgic walk down memory lane as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017, and organisers want you to be a part of it.
Why Couldn’t They be Like We Were on the Marfleet estate will look back at how things used to be back in the 70s and how things have changed since on Saturday August 26 between 12 – 3pm at Sure Start Children’s Centre.
Residents and visitors to Bridlington’s harbour side have been left baffled after the mysterious appearance of colourful knitted seaside shapes, behind the kiosks on Garrison Square and the railings at Crane Wharf.
The ‘yarn bombing’ is all part of the Bridlington Quay Townscape Heritage project, which aims to get more people interested in the history and heritage of Bridlington town centre seafront.
Bridlington’s regeneration projects and the support available to local businesses will be among the topics highlighted at two meetings next week.
The Bridington Renaissance Partnership will review its activities from the past year and its priorities for the year ahead when it holds its annual general meeting – which is open to the public – at 6pm on Thursday 29 June at Bridlington Spa.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has announced that essential maintenance work on seven bridges over the A1079 between the roundabout at Bishop Burton and the east of Jocks Lodge interchange is about to be carried out.
The £500,000 project, funded through the highway maintenance grant allocated to the council by the Department for Transport, will begin on Monday 23 January, and is scheduled for completion by the end of March, 2017.