Workplaces across the East Riding of Yorkshire are being encouraged to team up with the British Heart Foundation (BHF) in the fight against heart disease by organising a Pedometer Challenge.
Sugarbird Boutique in Beverley are giving you the chance to win £100 to spend in store. Currently undergoing a re-branding the store has also moved into e-commerce as they look to tap into the £50bn spent each year by UK
East Riding of Yorkshire Council will receive £868,000 to construct an off-road cycle lane along the A1035, between Tickton and White Cross Roundabout and along Swinemoor Lane
The Prime Minister has announced a £150 million Olympic legacy fund to improve the quality of sports provision in every state primary school in England.
As National Apprenticeship Week kicks off Graham Stuart MP has welcomed news that almost 4,000 people started apprenticeships in Beverley and Holderness in 2011/12.
Successful East Yorkshire running, walking and buggy burn club, Fitmums And Friends, is offering free training sessions in Beverley to help prevent heart disease in the pioneering Heart Town. The not-for-profit group wants people of all ages and fitness levels to join in with its free
Graham Stuart MP welcomed energy regulator, Ofgem’s recent reforms to the energy market, which see a simpler, clearer choice of tariffs for consumers trying to stay on top of their energy bills and pick the best option to suit their family. The reforms aim to ensure consumers get the cheapest deal by requiring suppliers to send clear bills, as well as obliging them to give all their customers personalised information…
The work of tracing family trees in Yorkshire is about to get a lot easier. A partnership has been launched which means that Yorkshire’s parish registers will be available on-line in the not too distant future.
HU17.net Magazine Issue 131 is available from Molescroft News on Woodhall Way. Inside this weeks issue there are articles from the Hu17.net webs site, photos from Andrew & Rogers launch party, Molescroft School Millionaires
The Beverley Civic Society and Beverley Action are both delighted at the Council’s decision to save the setts in the Saturday Market. An amazing number of people from the region, the country, and indeed all over the world
Local MP Graham Stuart will be hosting the Department for Education’s Skills Minister, Matthew Hancock, in Beverley on Friday 11th January.
A number of runners were up early on New Years Day to take part in the Beverley Lions Fun Run. Athletes were given the choice of 2Km, 6km or a gruelling 10Km runs the morning after many of them would have been partying.
HU17.net Magazine issue 122 is available from Molescroft News on Woodhall Way. This week features pictures and articles, including the Longcroft School Marks Anti Bully Week, Beverley Floods, Beverley Festival of Food
Adding a real flavour of prestige to the Beverley Christmas Festival of Food & Drink this Saturday, is award-winning pork pie maker Jen Whiteley of E & EG Bullivant & Daughters.
The newest restaurant in town, located in part of Norwood House, a building that has stood the test of time, is finally opening its door on the 30th November 2012.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a high value pedal cycle, a high value cycle frame, two sets of golf clubs and a further pedal cycle were taken from the garage of a house in the Molescroft area of Beverley between 1430hrs and 1815hrs
As almost two thirds of drivers admit fuel prices have altered their driving habits, local Vauxhall dealer, Evans Halshaw, is helping motorists take to the road for less by offering customers £500 of free fuel at their forthcoming Big Event weekend.
If somebody five years ago had dropped the word ‘smartphone’ into conversation, you would have probably given them a bewildered look before swiftly changing the subject. But in 2012, ‘smartphone’ is a word you hear in the office, in the home and on the street every day