Staff from children, young people and family service’s West Early Help team are raising money for charity Bundles of Joy, which will benefit children and families in the area.
A charity supporting individuals in recovery from alcohol and drugs has set up a Facebook Group to provide much-needed support, during the government enforced lockdown to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.
The Recovery Network can be found on The Alcohol and Drug Service (ADS) Facebook page. It’s for anyone whether they are using the service or not, to join the conversation, whilst staying safe at home.
In such unprecedented times, families across the UK are facing challenges like never before, but for families affected by childhood cancer whose lives have already been turned upside down, COVID-19 is making life more difficult than ever.
That is why local childhood cancer charity, Candlelighters, is launching the Big Night In to enable people to continue to support these families when they need it most.
East Riding Libraries are reminding people that EBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines are all available to download free for East Riding Library members, even though all East Riding Libraries and Customer Service Centres are now temporarily closed.
Well-loved and much needed local charity, Dove House Hospice are appealing to the community of Hull and East Yorkshire to do what they can to support the hospice during these difficult weeks and months.
The outbreak of the Coronavirus in the UK and the impact of the Government’s guidelines to keep everyone safe and reduce the spread of the virus is having a hugely negative effect on Dove House who provides specialist care to local people living with a terminal illness.
The family and friends of a popular Market Weighton man with Motor Neurone Disease have pledged to raise £5,000 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MDNA).
59-year-old former Royal Mail manager and accomplished musician, Dave Foster was diagnosed with the debilitating disease in July 2019. His family and friends initiated the fundraising drive to raise awareness of the condition that affects up to 5,000 adults in the UK at any one time.
Caroline Hawley of Hawley’s Auctioneers says she is thrilled after two Yongzheng dishes they auctioned off fetched £146,000 last week.
The pair of doucai decorated Yongzheng dishes date back to 18 century. What made them even more special was that they were made for the imperial family in China.
Villagers in Shiptonthorpe are organising a 1940s dance to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day on 9 May.
Sue Beadle and Tim Bowron (part of the team behind the annual Folk in the Field festival) will host an evening of food, drink, dance and entertainment in a heated marquee to raise funds for Help for Heroes.
Coronavirus is set to get worse in the UK according to health officials. With that in mind should Beverley cancel big events to help protect its residents?
As a result of the spread of coronavirus some countries are already taking drastic action to reduce its spread. But are little towns like Beverley doing enough?
Members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Trans communities are being invited to find out about adopting a child through One Adoption as part of LGBT+ Adoption and Fostering week
The regional adoption agency for North Yorkshire and the Humber – One Adoption North and Humber – is tackling the myth that only heterosexual couples can adopt, by supporting this year’s awareness-raising week (2-8 March), which is organised by national charity New Family Social.
Getting up in the morning may be torture, especially if you have a particularly obnoxious assignment to write.
However, there is no getting away from it, and the best thing you can do for yourself is to try and find some motivation to get up and go through the day. Here are some tips that can help you.
Everyone with endometriosis is urged to respond to a call for evidence after MPs have today launched an inquiry into endometriosis.
The inquiry will see patients and healthcare practitioners share their first-hand experiences and advise the Government on what steps need to be taken to ensure people with endometriosis are getting the right care at the right time.
Choosing a career is an important decision and not one that you want to enter into lightly. With so many potential careers out there, some people find the choice overwhelming.
But if you are in the market for a new career that offers excellent job security, a never-ending supply of vacancies, and rewarding work that makes a difference, you should consider a career in nursing.
An East Yorkshire chef whose cookery is inspired by a global catering career spanning 35 years has launched her first recipe book.
Ali Bilton, who has worked in private catering and has lived in London, Spain and Hong Kong, was inspired to write Ali Bilton cooks…her favourites to bring together a selection of family favourites and recipes that evoke memories of the far-flung places where she has lived.
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.
Marie Curie won the second prize of £15,000 in our North and East Yorkshire region’s July – September Centenary Grants Bags of Help customer vote.
The vote took place in all Tesco stores across the region. Staff from Tesco met with Kelly Maton from the charity at the Hull St Stephens store.
In collaboration with Invisible Dust and Ferens Art Gallery, visual artist and filmmaker Estabrak presents Sea; the Remains Between, the latest in the artist’s award-winning series of underwater photographs.
Estabrak’s intriguing photographs feature natural and human-made bodies of water in East Yorkshire. People from diverse communities in Hull are portrayed submerged in water, having braved the elements to participate in the artwork.
Dashcam footage is now being sought by police that shows inappropriate or dangerous driving. Humberside Police have launched a facility to accept footage as they look to make our roads safer.
With one in four drivers now using dashcams, it is hoped the new system will help lead to prosecutions.