Beverley Town Cricket Club players and supporters sometimes have to wait well in to the season before anyone reaches the magical three-figure mark but the 2017 season got off to a real bang over the weekend when two of their popular players made big hundreds. The 1st and 4th teams won their games but it was 2nd team player Brad Dobson who was the top run-maker when he registered his…
Dog owners are being reminded that restrictions excluding their pets from certain parts of beaches along the East Coast will come into force on Monday 1 May this year.
The annual exclusion, enforced by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, will run until Saturday 30 September and was brought in to help families and visitors enjoy the seaside without being bothered by nuisance dogs or fouling.
Licensing officers from East Riding of Yorkshire Council have received a number of reports of illegal ice cream vans operating in a number of locations over the last week.
As many people start to enjoy the better weather, there were reports of unlicensed ice cream vendors operating in the Hornsea, Hessle and Fraisthorpe areas.
The Hornsea & District Hospital War Memorial Challenge Cup, more popularly known as the Tanton Cup, after P.C. Tanton Esq who donated the trophy, is one of the oldest football cup competitions in the East Riding, and this will be its 94th anniversary year.
It is competed for by local football clubs from North Holderness and still remains a popular competition among local players and spectators. Hornsea Town are the current cup holders.
As part of the council’s new initiative, Active Coast, the events team at Sewerby Hall and Gardens are offering visitors the chance to take part in a brand new family fun day on Sunday, 9 April between 10am and 4pm.
Various inflatables will be in place on the front events field supported by family archery and a hay bale challenge as well as other sporting activities.
Graham Stuart MP has said he is delighted by the announcement that Hornsea is to receive £3.77 million from the Department for Communities and Local Government’s Coastal Communities Fund to renovate Hornsea seafront.
The money will fund a large part of a £4.6 million project to rejuvenate South Promenade, including the expansion of the leisure boat compound, upgrades to car parking and a new all year round café, retail space and visitor hub.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has welcomed the Department for Communities and Local Government’s (DCLG) announcement of £3.77 million of Coast Communities Funding towards plans for the redevelopment of Hornsea South Promenade.
The plans were developed alongside the Hornsea Area Regeneration Partnership and the existing users of the site, including the commercial fishermen, Hornsea Inshore Rescue and the Hornsea Sea Angling Club, and received planning permission in February 2016.
Work is now nearing completion on 15 new chalets at South Cliff Beach, Bridlington, located near the town’s Park and Ride site, which are due for completion by the start of the summer season.
The ‘boat hull’ style chalets will be available for hire from East Riding of Yorkshire Council, and add to the selection of chalets the council already has available to hire in the resort.
Graham Stuart MP and Sir Greg Knight MP have jointly condemned East Riding Clinical Commissioning Group for failing to listen to the voices of people in the East Riding.
In a blow to all those who campaigned to save the Minor Injuries Units in Hornsea, Withernsea and Driffield, the CCG has announced today is set to go ahead with the closures in all three towns.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is teaming up with the Yorkshire Air Ambulance to hold a series of textile amnesties across the East Riding.
Residents in Beverley are being encouraged to take any unwanted clothing, shoes and textiles – including sheets, blankets, towels and quilt covers – to amnesty at Tesco store in Beverley on Wednesday 5 April from 4.30pm to 7.30pm.
Local team Beverley Whitestar Sharks u16s are through to the semi-finals of the FA People’s Cup after a fantastic Friday night of football hosted by Goals Hull on 24 February.
With a record number of over 40,000 players involved at 150 venues nationwide, including over 6000 teams in 16 separate categories, all of the regional winners across the country will meet at eight national venues later in March.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s countryside access team has launched its Countryside Events 2017 programme.
From rambles and themed walks (including photography, navigation, geocaching and orienteering) to wildlife watching events; from Kids Go Wild events to workshops, conservation days and natural craft workshops – the programme includes something for everybody with an interest in the outdoors.
Hornsea Area Regeneration Partnership (HARP) invites anyone who would like to find out more about its work to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday, 23 February, at the Hornsea Town Hall, in Newbegin, from 6pm.
The meeting will look at HARP’s achievements over the past year and its plans for the future.
East Riding Youth Dance is recruiting new dancers to join their community dance programme and also East Riding Youth Dance County Company.
The community dance programme is for young people from Year 5 upwards.
With less than a month until the record breaking Paul Roggeman European Open Beach Championship (EOBC), the world’s largest three-day beach angling festival, entries are reeling in.
The event, renamed in memory of its founder, celebrates its 24th birthday this year and will run from Friday, 24 to Sunday, 26 February, with an estimated 1,000 anglers returning to the East Yorkshire Coast, with its HQ at Sand Le Mere Holiday Village, hoping to reel in a share of £35,000 in prize funds.
MP Graham Stuart has welcomed news that Hornsea is to receive £10,000 to help develop plans to boost the town’s seafront a place he once called depressing.
Mr. Stuart who for some years has been calling for more to be done to support the tourism industry in Hornsea says it will be exciting to see the proposals residents and businesses come up with.