MP for Beverley & Holderness and founder of the CADEY campaign, Graham Stuart, is looking for the campaign’s lifesaving work to install more defibrillators to hit new highs in the New Year.
Local children’s nurses are asking kind-hearted donors to swap chocolate eggs for arts and crafts this Easter in a special charity appeal.
Every year, the children’s wards at Hull Royal Infirmary would normally be inundated with offers of chocolate treats for youngsters spending time in hospital.
Two of the busiest bus stops in the East Riding will now benefit from real-time bus information thanks to new information screens installed by the council. The screens are situated on either side of the road at the busy Cottingham Green bus stops.
After postponing last year’s event due to COVID-19, the Hull and East Yorkshire People in Business Awards (HEYPIBA) is back and will be taking place on Friday 9 July.
Filmed at Bridlington Spa, the awards will take place virtually with all the excitement and anticipation of the incredible inaugural sold-out event in 2019.
Hull City Council Leader, Councillor Stephen Brady, has published the proposed Budget Statement for 2021/22, ahead of it being discussed at Full Council on 25 February.
The Budget outlines that there will be no cuts to services for residents, and savings will be made through internal council savings but no redundancies will be made. Council Tax will rise by 4.99 per cent, but those receiving council tax support will be protected from the rise through the use of the Hardship Fund.
Vibrant new Welcome to Hull signs have started to appear on the main routes into the city.
The colourful signs feature iconic images celebrating Hull’s industry, architecture, culture and maritime heritage.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is seeking feedback from users of East Riding town centres to help identity what action can be taken to improve our high streets for the future.
The survey is currently open for completion until Sunday, 21 February.
The NHS in Humber, Coast and Vale is asking people aged 70 and over who haven’t been invited to have their COVID-19 vaccination yet to come forward and arrange a jab.
Until now, the NHS asked people not to contact them about their COVID vaccination and wait until they are approached.
Earlier today Emma Hardy MP for Hull West and Hessle chaired a virtual lobby with over thirty cross-party MPs and nearly 400 representatives from the coach industry to call on government action for urgent support during the COVID-19 crisis.
Hundreds of coach operators, many of which are small family-owned businesses, have not been able to access enough support to guarantee their survival, whilst other transport sectors have received tailored support.
MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, has sung the praises of schools across his constituency – offering his thanks to teachers, teaching assistants, governors, and parents and pupils themselves for their resilience and flexibility during the coronavirus pandemic.
A sign thanking our Armed Forces in the East Riding for their work during the Covid-19 outbreak has been installed by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
The metal sign, featuring the words ‘THANK YOU TO OUR ARMED FORCES’ is designed to be an uplifting message of appreciation to the armed forces which will be visible coming from their base in Leconfield as they help with the Covid-19 outbreak, whilst also continuing to train personnel to serve and protect the country.
With grassroots football remaining suspended due to the national Covid-19 restrictions that came into effect the East Riding County Football League, like many grassroots leagues nationally
There is no doubt 2020 was a challenging year for many, but targeted investment into digital infrastructure will allow Yorkshire to recover, build back stronger, and have a more robust foundation to succeed in the future.
A multi-award-winning tourism attraction and education and conservation aquarium are aiming to hook the support of corporate big fish and minnows for a new business sponsorship scheme.
Graham Stuart, the MP for Beverley and Holderness, has praised the efforts of those involved in the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine as he welcomed the news that clinics offering the vaccination have now begun in Withernsea and Hornsea.
People in Bridlington are being asked to give their views on plans for a new multi-storey car proposed for the town.
The proposals will see East Riding of Yorkshire Council redevelop the existing car park space on Beck Hill and Hilderthorpe Road with a three-level building which will provide modern, secure and well-lit parking facilities in a convenient location to serve the town centre.
A new drive to keep customers and employees safe in Hull’s supermarkets will see Coronavirus safety checks carried out by the council’s Public Protection Team and Covid Marshals.
Officers will visit supermarkets and similar shops, and assess whether measures in place are adequate. Those who fail to meet the necessary safety standards will be told they must improve, and advice will be given.
MP Graham Stuart has been responding to concerns from constituents about the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccines by raising them with Ministers and NHS England, as well as offering parliamentary support to GP surgeries in his constituency.