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Sewerby Hall and Gardens is to host the 56th edition of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition in 2021.
On loan from the Natural History Museum in London, the exhibition features 100 awe-inspiring images, featuring exceptional images which capture fascinating animal behaviour, spectacular species and the breathtaking diversity of the natural world.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has appealed to holiday parks in his constituency to stay open for those who are unable to return home to their primary residence for the month of November.
Following the announcement of a second lockdown across England, holiday parks have once again been asked to close to holidaymakers in order to reduce the spread of coronavirus in the face of rising cases across the country.
Independent tool hire firm GoHire, has taken over the Grimsby depot of Caspian Access and Plant Hire, marking the start of major plans to expand into the wider Humber region.
The firm supplies customers within the construction industry as well as the renewables market.
It is rare to find apps that have a combination of education and fun. Most apps are fun but they are not educational and most apps are educational but they are not fun.
A Beverley skincare consultant and facial massage therapist has been invited to address delegates online at the 13th Annual Association of Holistic Skin Care Practitioners Conference.
Dr Katerina Steventon, founder of Beverley, East Yorkshire based Independent Skincare Consultancy is the only UK based speaker to address delegates at the four-day event that is dubbed by organisers as the only online holistic skincare conference in America.
A new campaign has launched aiming to recruit 100 new foster carers to join the East Riding fostering community.
A series of videos have been commissioned to hear from East Riding foster carers and young people, aiming to encourage more people to come forward and find out more about the rewards the role brings.
East Riding Libraries are encouraging residents to ‘Do something different’ on the internet for Get Online Week 2020, which runs from Monday,19 to Sunday, 25 October.
The Treasure House welcomes families from Friday, 9 October to Saturday, 31 October for a Where’s Wally extravaganza.
Visitors will be able to have fun finding Wally lurking amongst the displays in the Treasure House Museum and Beverley Art Gallery in the Where’s Wally Spooky Museum Search. Alongside Wally will be a set of letters, spelling out a spooky word. Families are invited to go all the way and come dressed as Wally!
Yorkshire Water is supporting WaterAid’s mission to provide clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene knowledge to everyone, everywhere by 2030.
In the last financial year, the region’s water company has raised almost £80,000 for the international not-for-profit.
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.
ESCAPE-pain, a powerful exercise programme designed to help beat the crippling pain of knee and hip osteoarthritis, has proved so effective in the East Riding that it will be continued for 800 people annually (from September).
A new campaign aimed at supporting parents and young people in reducing relationship conflicts has been launched today.
Relationship Matters is a programme that will provide support for parents where there are conflicts, and emotional well-being support for young people affected by this, in turn, improving the mental health and long-term future chances for children involved.
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust and East Riding of Yorkshire Council are pleased to support and celebrate Black Breastfeeding Week which has been running for eight years in the USA is being celebrated for the third time in the UK in 2020, from August 25-31.
Hull City council has allocated £88,500 funding for the Dolly Parton Imagination Library scheme to be rolled out to eligible two-year-olds in Hull during the next academic year.
From September, over 1,500 children eligible to receive the two-year-old early education entitlement will receive a free book every month through the scheme.
TV star Helen Skelton was thrilled to be back among rare and endangered species as she visited the award-winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park to open two new reserves.
The BBC Countryfile presenter was able to feed and get up close to the animals as she previewed the park’s summer expansion.
The team at a Middleton on the Wolds poultry business are celebrating after their Finance and IT Director has reached the finals of the prestigious Women in Meat Industry Awards.
Claire Wright ACMA has been shortlisted in the Manufacturing/Processing category of the annual awards that recognise outstanding female talent and showcase the contributions that women make to the meat sector.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens – where both the house and gardens have now reopened – have gone digital to add to the visitor experience.
Visitors to the house can scan QR codes to enjoy a range of short talks by education officer Robert Chester and curator Janice Smith.