To mark this year’s National Gardening Week, a local housebuilder is encouraging residents to turn their outdoor spaces into natural habitats where wildlife can thrive.
An established Hull memorials business has introduced new measures to help its clients post lockdown.
Among the initiatives introduced by G.H.Wriglesworth are innovative ‘walk and talk’ meetings, pre-booked appointments, home visits and virtual meetings.
To celebrate last week’s World Book Day, five-star housebuilder David Wilson Homes Yorkshire East donated £100 of book vouchers to a Cottingham primary school as the housebuilder continues to support the communities in which it builds.
The Litten Trees are eight gifts to local communities around the UK: temporary light sculptures in everyday public settings that have been carefully chosen to be seen by those communities as they enjoy their daily exercise or go about their daily business.
Free online business workshops offered by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, and delivered by a retail specialist The Retail Group, are continuing to support and guide small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) based in East Riding town centres.
The Attestation ceremony of the latest intake of 50 new student officers took place at the Police Training Centre in North Hull.
It means that the total numbers of Police Officers at Humberside Police to 2074, the highest number in 10 years.
Local housebuilder Barratt Developments Yorkshire East is continuing to support NHS workers in Hull by extending their NHS Deposit Scheme until June 2021.
The move follows the popularity and success of the NHS Deposit Scheme, which has so far benefited 39 key workers in Hull, 26 of which were first-time buyers.
Make Your Mark is an opportunity for 11-18-year-olds across the UK to have their say and begin their democratic journey by voting on the policies they want to introduce or change.
Two of East Yorkshire’s favourite family businesses are sharing some insight into their specialities with a suite of short films to raise money for charity.
“Pearls and Oysters” goes behind the scenes at traditional jewellers Guest & Phillips in Saturday Market, Beverley, and gets under the skin of acclaimed seafood restaurant Cerutti 2 at the town’s railway station.
The East Riding Festival of Words is back this week, with an exciting and varied programme of free online events.
One of the highlights for 2020 will be this Friday (16 October) at 7pm: an online chat with Peter Hain, chaired by Paul Hughes.
The East Riding Festival of Words is back for 2020 – with a varied programme of free online events, featuring a range of popular authors.
The team at East Riding Libraries have put together the programme, based on their knowledge of the most sought after writers in the East Riding.
A new medical centre which was first proposed nearly 15 years ago has cleared its final hurdle after funding was approved by the East Riding of Yorkshire NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
Work could start by the end of this year on the site in Lowfield Road, Anlaby, with construction expected to take 12 months, and the new centre will reflect the advances in facilities and the increase in demand over recent years.
A man was arrested after a car was stopped by officers in East Yorkshire shortly before 11.30pm on the evening of Tuesday 1 September.
A charity which is working to establish an internationally renowned scanning centre in the Hull and Humber area is urging cyclists and runners across the region to show their support in two major fundraising events.
The Daisy Appeal, which is planning to open a Molecular Imaging Research (MIR) Centre at Castle Hill Hospital early next year, is targeting the My Prudential RideLondon cycle challenge and the Great North Run to boost its bid to raise £8.2m.
Best-dressed bears are bringing a touch of Savile Row style to the efforts of a charity striving to establish an internationally renowned scanning centre at Castle Hill Hospital.
The Daisy Appeal has partnered with Cock of the Walk tailors in Hull and has secured the sewing skills of an eager volunteer to offer a range of trendy teds for sale.
Homebuyers looking to upsize in Hull are set to enjoy the rewards of the change in Stamp Duty rules following the recent Budget announcement.
Welcome savings on a new home have been made possible as a result of the Budget, in which the Chancellor announced there will be no Stamp Duty to pay on properties up to the value of £500,000 on sales taking place before 31 March 2021.
A local fostering agency is celebrating the resilience and hard work of their foster parents during National Foster Care Fortnight.
The annual campaign which runs from 11-24 May takes the theme of #thisisfostering, aiming to convey a varied and authentic picture of the contributions of the people involved in fostering and how foster care transforms the lives of children and young people.
Hull’s Robert Murray has so far received more than £1,400 in pledges for NHS charities as he puts his final plans in place for a post-Coronavirus Lockdown charity cycle ride from Edinburgh to Hull.
Restrictions and social distancing measures allowing, Rob, 30, aims to hit £3,000 making the 265-mile two-day ride with two close friends, Spencer Sharkett and Shane Spenceley, who also want to do something to show their appreciation for the country’s front line health workers.