East Riding of Yorkshire Council is currently engaging with consumers and retailers to work towards making our high streets safer in the run-up to winter.
A family which is famed for its links with the licensed trade across East Yorkshire has launched a next-generation project with Chris and Simon Leahy opening a café bar in the village where their father was a licensee for more than 25 years.
Children from Hull and across South Yorkshire had a special Christmas surprise when they made a visit to Amazon in Doncaster iPort to take part in a Christmas-themed day of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) fun with Barnardo’s.
Pupils from St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School in Hull joined children from the Barnardo’s Priory Family Centre in Barnsley to visit the Amazon fulfilment centre as part of a programme called Amazon Future Engineer.
We wanted to thank the people of Beverley and Molescroft for giving us the opportunity to serve them since our election in May.
It is a huge privilege for us to represent Molescroft, the historic heart of Beverley and the Model Farm and Swinemoor areas as your ward councillors on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
As families gather to celebrate Christmas, NHS Blood and Transplant is urging everyone to take the time to consider and take time to talk about their organ donation decision.
The call comes as it launches a TV advertising campaign to highlight the upcoming changes to the law around organ donation in England.
On behalf of East Riding of Yorkshire Council, I would like to wish everyone a happy, healthy and peaceful Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
Christmas means different things to different people. For me, Christmas is a time for family, a time to reflect on the good and not so good things that have taken place during the previous 12.
Barratt Homes Yorkshire East is supporting the local community in Hull throughout the festive season by providing much-needed support to local food banks in the Trussell Trust’s network.
Food banks provide emergency food alongside compassionate and practical support to vulnerable individuals and families throughout the year.
Christmas and New Year can be a busy time, which makes it easy to miss checking on your medical supplies.
Hull and East Riding GPs are asking people to order repeat prescriptions early to make sure they have enough to tide them over the holiday period when some GP Practices and pharmacies are closed.
A security company which relocated from Leeds to Beverley because of a passion for polo is heading into its tenth anniversary year with the promise of recruitment and expansion.
Security Direct UK supplies specialist shutters, doors and grilles to corporate and domestic customers around the UK, but less than half of the company’s business comes from its home area.
Hull Samaritans would like to thank everyone who supported them and made a donation when fundraising in Beverley.
In all the charity raised over £800 which will be used to fund their work which they undertake in the area. Money raised by the charity was almost £200 more than the previous year.
Parents and carers in Hull have been urged to take the advice of doctors and other medical professionals when it comes to the flu vaccine.
Take-up is currently lower than usual for this time of year and as colder temperatures set in, the message is that it’s not too late to get the vaccine.
36 people in the East Riding Of Yorkshire are facing Christmas on the waiting list for an organ transplant. They join more than 6,000 people across the UK, including over 180 children, awaiting a life-saving gift*.
Families in the East Riding Of Yorkshire are being urged to share their organ donation decision this festive season so that their loved ones know what they want when they die and more patients can receive the transplants they need.
Independent Traders are the backbone of highstreet and in Beverley, that is certainly the case.
Today, 7 December is Small Business Saturday, a day in which we are encouraged to back those traders.
A leading hair salon group donated more than £3,000 to the Daisy Appeal after staff completed their annual Olympics in memory of a much-loved former colleague.
Teams from the Unique salons in Beverley, Cottingham and Hessle took to the fields of Blackburn Leisure Centre in Brough for the tenth edition of the sporting challenge and racked up the total raised at “Caroline’s Day” over the years to more than £40,000.
East Yorkshire Judo Academy was out in force at the Goole Christmas Championships with many of their very young players competing.
For a number of players, it was their first competition. The club was very well represented by children as young as 6 years old all the way through to senior black belts.
Free parking across all council-operated car parks in the East Riding will come into force this weekend.
For the 11th year, East Riding of Yorkshire Council will suspend parking charges at all council on-street parking bays and off-street car parks for the four weekends in the run-up to Christmas in a bid to boost trade and visitor numbers to towns.
William’s Den at North Cave near Beverley is celebrating after picking up two Gold awards at the Welcome to Yorkshire White Rose Awards.
Hosted by former Emmerdale actress Natalie Anderson and broadcaster Rich Williams the glitzy ceremony, which is the largest celebration of tourism in the UK, featured entertainment from footballing legend turned Sky Sports pundit Chris Kamara who performed two festive favourites from his debut album ‘Here’s to Christmas’.