This half term, East Riding Libraries are hosting a series of Hallowe’en events and activities for children. From spooky story times to ghostly games and creepy crafts, the activities will be frightful fun!
People across the East Riding are being challenged to get online and try doing everyday things the digital way as part of the national Get Online Week from 13 to 19 October.
A major new online resource for Yorkshire family history has just been launched. Parish records of baptisms, marriages and burials dating back to the 16th century
Excitement is building in the town as the final preparations are underway for this year’s Beverley Literature Festival. Now in its 12th year, this year’s festival promises to be the biggest and best yet.
There is plenty on offer for younger writers at this year’s Beverley Literature Festival with some great writing workshops for teenagers and young people.
Tickets are now on sale for the Beverley Literature Festival 2014, which will be back in October for the 12th year running, showcasing crime, romance, food, politics, history
East Riding of Yorkshire Council chiefs are delighted to announce that Wordquake, East Riding Libraries’ enhanced literature development project, has secured over £94,000 from Arts Council England towards
East Riding Libraries and Beverley Children’s Centre will be celebrating National Bookstart Week 2014 at Beverley Library with a fun storytime and activities afternoon on Friday 13 June.
East Riding libraries are celebrating children’s reading this week, with a series of events and promotions to celebrate World Book Day.
NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG and East Riding of Yorkshire Council are using Self Care Week 2013 as the focus for a series of information events to promote self care and healthy living in local markets and supermarkets between 7 November and 9 December 2013.
NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG and East Riding of Yorkshire Council are using Self Care Week 2013 as the focus for a series of information events to promote self care and healthy living
East Riding Libraries has been given a fantastic opportunity to work in partnership with the Rugby League World Cup as part of the TRY Reading initiative, created by the Reading Agency
Award winning author, Val Wood is this year celebrating the 20th Anniversary of her debut novel, The Hungry Tide. The book won the Catherine Cookson Prize for Fiction in 1993 and launched her exciting career as a novelist.
The work of tracing family trees in Yorkshire is about to get a lot easier. A partnership has been launched which means that Yorkshire’s parish registers will be available on-line in the not too distant future.
East Riding Libraries are inviting people of all ages and abilities to access the internet by spending some time in their local library to Get Online.
This year’s Beverley Literature Festival is as special as ever and packed with the finest quality events for readers of all tastes.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is delighted to announce the appointment of Lara Goodband and Rebecca Jenkins as co-directors of Beverley Literature Festival 2012.