Bus Checker Service Launched To Help Travelers Plan Their Journey

Bus Checker Service Launched To Help Travelers Plan Their Journey
June 17, 2020

East Yorkshire has launched two innovative travel tools for customers.  Along with social distancing, wearing face coverings and enhanced cleaning, the new tools aim to give people the confidence to use buses as customers return to work and school.

Customers will be able to use the ‘When2Travel’ tool when planning their journey, to see how busy a journey usually is using a sliding scale from green (very quiet) to red (very busy).  They will also be able to track a specific bus in real-time, to see how busy the bus actually is on the day.

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More Buses To Run As People Start Returning To Work

More Buses To Run As People Start Returning To Work
May 27, 2020

From Sunday 31 May, in response to the government’s updated coronavirus advice, bus company East Yorkshire will be increasing their bus services.

Most bus services that are currently running during lockdown will have extra journeys, and many routes that were suspended at the start of the crisis will return.

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February Fun At The Sewerby Squirrels Sessions At Sewerby Hall And Gardens

February Fun At The Sewerby Squirrels Sessions At Sewerby Hall And Gardens
January 27, 2020

Lots of fun is to be found this February as the Sewerby Squirrels sessions will take place at Sewerby Hall and Gardens.

The sessions – held for under 5s and their grown-ups on Mondays during term time (from 10-11.30am) – are based on seasonal events, Edwardian life and Sewerby Hall exhibits. They all include books to read, a sensory area and a quiet corner – plus themed activities.

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Footballers And Celebs Taking A Shine To Entrepreneur’s Supercar Studio

Footballers And Celebs Taking A Shine To Entrepreneur’s Supercar Studio
November 18, 2019

A teenager who launched his car detailing business with a just few cleaning products in the back of a Mini is now serving the international supercar market after opening his state-of-the-art studio.

Harry Hall progressed from mobile car cleaning to setting up a small studio in an outhouse. Now his ATD – Attention to Detail – company has space for up to eight cars at The Trade Yard, Beverley, with well-heeled clients dropping off prestige brands and even supercars, with bookings coming in from as far afield as Dartford, Brighton and even Spain.

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Teen Ups The Gears Of His Car Detailing Business With Major Expansion

Local Teen Ups The Gears Of His Car Detailing Business With Major Expansion
November 12, 2019

An East Yorkshire teenager who maintains and protects luxury vehicles has expanded his business with the opening of new premises in East Yorkshire following huge growth this year.

Harry Hall, 19, from Hessle, East Yorkshire, launched Attention to Detail Automotive (ATD) aged just 16, initially juggling his time in the classroom with his passion for cars.

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Council To Get Tough On Environmental Offenders

Council To Get Tough On Environmental Offenders
January 21, 2019

Councillors are being asked to consider plans to implement robust enforcement action against littering and environmental offences.

In addition, they will also consider the prospect of increasing the level of fines issued after the government changed the minimum, default and maximum penalty levels back in April 2018.

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Hull Joins Forces With Keep Britain Tidy To Tackle Fly-Tipping

Hull Joins Forces With Keep Britain Tidy To Tackle Fly-Tipping
March 21, 2017

Hull City Council has joined forces with Keep Britain Tidy to launch a new campaign to tackle the epidemic of fly-tipping that is affecting communities up and down the country.

#CrimeNotToCare, which is being run in partnership with environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy, aims to educate householders about the right thing to do with their rubbish and to reduce the amount of household waste that is fly-tipped by rogue traders who offer to take people’s waste away for money and then dump it.

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Public Help Council Wardens In Fight Against Dog Fouling

Public Help Council Wardens In Fight Against Dog Fouling
January 24, 2017

Better information from members of the public helped East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s dog wardens issue almost double the number of fixed penalty notices for dog fouling in 2016 than in 2015, figures have revealed.

In 2016, the council’s dog wardens issued 28 fixed penalty notices to owners who failed to clean up after their pets, compared to 11 in 2015.

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