Hull Man Fined £400 For Dumping Bags Of Rubbish In Melton

Hull Man Fined £400 For Dumping Bags Of Rubbish In Melton
Jan 23, 2019

A man from Hull has been fined £400 by East Riding of Yorkshire Council for dumping bags of rubbish in Melton, near Brough.

The man admitted adding to a pile a fly-tipping by leaving further bags of waste at the side of the road in Brickyard Lane, Melton. This is a site which is frequently targeted by fly-tippers.

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Council To Get Tough On Environmental Offenders

Council To Get Tough On Environmental Offenders
Jan 21, 2019

Councillors are being asked to consider plans to implement robust enforcement action against littering and environmental offences.

In addition, they will also consider the prospect of increasing the level of fines issued after the government changed the minimum, default and maximum penalty levels back in April 2018.

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MP Supports Charity Fashion Show Put On By Local School Pupils

MP Supports Charity Fashion Show Put On By Local School Pupils
Aug 20, 2018

Beverley and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart has welcomed the initiative of three Beverley High School pupils, Jazmin Young, Amelia Sparks and Libby Marshall, who are participating in the annual Police Lifestyle challenge.

The girls are holding a fashion show in Beverley. The free event will be held at Beverley Minster Parish Hall this coming Tuesday 21st August 2018, from 2:00 pm until 4:30 pm.

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Hull Man Fined After His Rubbish Is Dumped In Beverley

Hull Man Fined After His Rubbish Is Dumped In Beverley
Apr 27, 2018

A man from Hull has been ordered to pay a total of £617 after rubbish he was paid to dispose of ended up being dumped in Beverley.

A large builder’s bag full of household waste and a plastic children’s paddling pool were found fly-tipped by the roadside in Shepherd’s Lane, Beverley, in January 2017.

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Christmas And New Year Recycling Guide For Local Residents

Christmas And New Year Recycling Guide For Local Residents
Dec 25, 2017

More rubbish is generated in the East Riding over the Christmas and New Year holiday than any other time of the year.

But the good news is … most of it can be recycled. Christmas trees, cards, wrapping paper, cardboard boxes … even the turkey bones left over from Christmas dinner … can all be recycled in residents’ blue or brown bins.

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Unnamed Man Fined For Dumping Rubbish In Bishop Burton

Unnamed Man Fined For Dumping Rubbish In Bishop Burton
Oct 27, 2017

A Beverley man has been fined £400 by East Riding of Yorkshire Council for dumping rubbish in Bishop Burton.

A pile of waste including builders’ materials, offcuts of wood, screws, paperwork and cardboard boxes was found in the Deepdale layby at Bishop Burton on 6 October this year by a streetscene enforcement officer from the council.

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