Opera North’s Whistle Stop Opera, The Magic Flute, will be popping up across the East Riding this October Half Term. It will be a chance to try something new with this family-friendly show in Hornsea, Bridlington, Goole and Beverley.
Staff were kept constantly busy at this year’s free compost giveaways held by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Returning after a two-year break, the giveaways held in September were as popular as ever with East Riding residents.
MP Graham Stuart has nominated Jay Norris, a Hornsea boy, for the Kids Count Inspiration Awards for his outstanding dedication and commitment to keeping his local beach clean.
The aim of the Kids Count Inspiration Awards is to recognise those individuals and organisations that have inspired young people in their communities. These are special awards that give MPs the opportunity to highlight outstanding work in their constituency and to demonstrate their commitment and support.
Following the government’s announcement regarding the removal of current COVID-19 restrictions from 19 July, East Riding Leisure has announced changes to the way customers will access their services.
A radical new reworking of Herman Melville’s epic, classic novel, Moby Dick, will be put on at Hull’s Stage @TheDock by The John Godber Company this June.
The production is supported by Wykeland Group, a leading supporter of the arts and culture in the city, and Arts Council England, and sees the return of live performances to the stunning waterside amphitheatre.
Over the past few years, East Riding Archives have been increasing their digital capacity to make their documentary heritage of East Yorkshire more accessible.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council, as part of the Reopening High Streets Safely Fund (ROHSS), has commissioned specialist consultants The Retail Group to write COVID Recovery Action Plans for town centres across the region.
Free online business workshops offered by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, and delivered by a retail specialist The Retail Group, are continuing to support and guide small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) based in East Riding town centres.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is offering free online business support workshops – delivered by retail specialists – for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) based in town centres across the East Riding.
The council has commissioned specialist consultants The Retail Group to provide business growth workshops, which will provide practical ideas and suggestions about how SMEs can adapt, evolve and improve their performances over the coming months.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness in the East Riding of Yorkshire, has reacted to the Government’s decision to upgrade the region’s ‘Local COVID Alert Level’ to high, starting from 00:01 on Saturday 31st October.
A writer and an artist who discovered the stories of the Viola trawler by way of a cultural competition have now been inspired to use their work to spread the word about her exploits and the campaign to bring her home.
The pair took first place in their respective categories in the “One Thousand Words” competition organised by the Viola Trust, challenging creatives to paint a picture or write a short story.
Since the start of 2020, East Riding of Yorkshire Council has continued to invest in its schools’ estate with a capital programme in excess of £1.5 million. Using a combination of funding from the Department for Education and the council’s own reserves, this year has seen more than 70 schemes being delivered across the East Riding. The work includes larger schemes to replace school roofs and boilers that are beyond…
Beverley and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart, has met with the Minister for Business & Industry to impress on the Government the caravan industry’s importance for the local area.
Minister Nadhim Zahawi heard from local MPs about the effect that the lockdown has had on an industry which supports over 3,206 jobs in the East Riding alone, along with thousands of more jobs in the supply chain and those on holiday parks. More than 200,000 people are employed by holiday parks across the country.
Dog owners are being reminded that restrictions excluding their pets from certain parts of beaches along the East Coast will be enforced from Saturday, 4 July this year, having been temporarily suspended in May.
The introduction of the annual exclusion, enforced by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, was delayed this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recycling has just got easier in Bridlington, Hornsea and Withernsea, thanks to two new ‘recycling animals’ and a lighthouse!
Arising originally from an idea at the Artwaves Festival in Bridlington last year.
Cover the Coast, the popular programme of walks and outdoor coastal activities for adults, organised as part of Active Coast, will once again explore the East Yorkshire coastline in 2020.
This year’s programme begins on Friday, 14 February with a Humber Bridge Walk starting at 10am from the bottom car park in the Humber Bridge Country Park.
East Riding Libraries are hosting their first Digital Art Celebration until 29 February, which culminates in a digital art competition with a chance to win one of five graphics tablets.
East Riding Libraries pride themselves on being much more than books – they are a community hub that’s free for everyone to attend and offer a variety of social groups, access to information, free internet and computer access and free digital support.
East Riding Youth Dance will be returning for seven weeks of community dance sessions across the region.
The sessions are set to kick start in October, providing a fantastic opportunity for young people, Year 5 and upwards, to work closely with professional dance artists in a fun, energetic and inspirational environment.