If you want to start playing football or make a return to the beautiful game but are worried that your age or fitness may be an obstacle then the East Riding of Yorkshire Council may have the answer.
An ex-serviceman who is recovering from a devastating brain injury has paid tribute to the health and fitness professionals at East Riding Leisure Beverley
The East Riding’s ‘Walking for Health’ programme has helped almost 2,000 people get back on their feet after suffering an illness or injury.
Free fun courses to encourage children aged five to 11 to enjoy a healthier lifestyle are being launched in Beverley and Bridlington.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s public health team is supporting No Smoking Day, which takes place on Wednesday 11 March.
An East Riding mum who launched a fitness group which has helped hundreds of adults and children to take up running and walking while having fun has been nominated for a national public health hero award.
With the party season in full swing, it is a good time for people to think about the amount of alcohol they are drinking and the effects it will have on their health.
Pupils in primary schools across the East Riding will have lessons in healthy eating and physical activity – thanks to an innovative form of drama.
Fun free courses to encourage children aged six to 11 to enjoy a healthier lifestyle are being launched in Beverley and Driffield.
A fitness group which has helped hundreds of adults of all ages and abilities to take up running while having fun has now launched junior sessions for children.
An exercise group which has helped hundreds of adults of all ages and abilities to take up running while having fun is now launching junior sessions for children.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council will explore opportunities to use social media like Facebook and Twitter as a possible additional route for residents’ feedback as it seeks
An iconic part of East Yorkshire’s heritage has been donated to a Beverley residential home to help those suffering from dementia.
Beverley Town Council has teamed up with the British Heart Foundation to help put the heart into Beverley as part of the charities Mending Broken Hearts Appeal, which launched to mark the charity’s 50th anniversary.