The East Riding of Yorkshire Council would like to ask all community and voluntary groups working to support residents through this crisis in the East Riding to register their details on www.beecan.org
Sewerby Hall and Gardens has launched an expanded programme for education providers and learners of all ages, with a new section on its website to outline all the options available.
The venue prides itself on offering a great deal for learners, with two bookable indoor classrooms and The Orangery available for larger groups (of up to 70 students).
Brits are taking their final wishes to the grave, according to new data from the UK’s largest report into funeral trends by the Co-op.
According to the findings, as many as 14 million UK adults risk not having their dying wishes acted upon, due to their decision not to consider or talk about what they would like for their funeral.
East Yorkshire community transport charity, Beverley Community Lift (BCL), received a Yorkshire Day treat with a donation of £500 towards minibus activities in the county.
The donation was made by Barchester’s Charitable Foundation, part of Barchester Healthcare, which operates care homes across the country.
Six East Riding of Yorkshire schools including Longcroft School. They will be taking part in the northern Finals of Rock Challenge.
Longcroft School and Sixth Form College have retained their Premier Division Status. This is as a result of a successful 2018.
This summer, Hull is heading back to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as Absolutely Cultured’s Hull Independent Producer Initiative.
The Hull Independent Producers Initiative supports and develops Hull’s performing arts sector through training and mentoring. Also, it helps by championing emerging theatre companies living and working in the city.
Trainer Mark Walford has challenged course maestro Bit Of A Quirke to gain immediate dividends at Beverley’s first meeting of the season on Wednesday.
The popular six-year-old has become a standing dish on the Westwood, with his quenchless thirst for a battle having endeared himself to racegoers.
Parents and carers of children starting infant, junior and primary schools in September 2019 have been informed of which school their child will be attending.
Letters and emails advising families and carers of the outcome of their applications for places are being sent out this week.
An East Yorkshire college is leading the way in the development of grassroots football in the region.
Bishop Burton College is encouraging young players of all abilities and backgrounds to get involved in the game after being named as one of the first FA ‘Football Super Hubs’ in the country.
Finding a place to charge up your electric car battery has been made easy by Google maps.
Google introduced the simple means for EV charger users to easily access the services only with a touch of a button.
Photos from The Hollywood Glitterball that was held at the Lazaat Hotel in aid of the charity Action Duchenne, a charity that helps improve the lives of those with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
A packed out venue enjoyed colourful event. Organisers Lesley Wegg and Emma Wilkinson thanked everyone for making the night a huge success.
Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart has praised 22 year old Beverley resident Jordan Moor for the hard work he does campaigning and raising money for defibrillators in East Yorkshire.
Jordan Moor, who is a key member of Graham’s Community Access for Defibrillators in East Yorkshire ‘CADEY’ campaign, has raised over £25,000 since June 2017 and helped many local communities install AEDs.
Local GPs are urging people to use health services wisely over the bank holiday weekend.
Many pharmacies will be closed over the long weekend, but if you find yourself in a pinch a few will still be open throughout the region.
Charity Jerry Green Dog Rescue has hit out at an estate agent’s latest advertising campaign which it feels promotes the impulse purchase of puppies.
Jerry Green Dog Rescue, which has centres in Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire, criticised on-line agency Purplebricks for its ad, which shows a woman returning home to find her partner has cooked a meal and bought her flowers – and a puppy.
A local children’s writing competition is returning for its second year following the success of its launch in 2017.
The JVenn Young Writers’ Competition was launched by the JVenn Foundation and Hull Libraries in a bid to promote creative writing and literacy in Hull.
Beverley and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart, has welcomed the announcement of £1.2m extra funding for the East Riding in the latest local authority settlement.
Graham, who was instrumental in setting up the Rural Services Delivery Grant (RSDG) that is providing the additional cash, said the money would support vital public services across his constituency.
Riva Lounge and Cafe Bar has ceased trading less than two years since it opened at the out of town retail park Flemingate.
News of its closure was met with sadness from some locals, including the founder of the Beverley based charity, Bundles of Joy, Claire Raper.
Independent business, Pilgrim say they have opened in Beverley as they look to bridge the gap for ladies fashion in the town.
Owner Jo Bennett who is passionate about fashion says that she wants to put the fun back into clothes shopping and that people are becoming tired of the major high street chains.