East Riding of Yorkshire Council is looking to recruit new foster carers, particularly for children aged from five to 15.
Tickets go on sale on Thursday, 1 September for Lit Up 2016, the East Riding’s festival of words, celebrating all aspects of writing across the East Riding, from Bridlington to Beverley.
Carers from across the East Riding have attended a conference aimed at supporting and celebrating the invaluable role that they play in the lives of those they care for.
You couldn’t make it up! was the title of a hilarious talk given by Mr. Philip Walker at the June meeting of the Beverley Westwood Probus Club held at Tickton Grange Hotel.
There are just a few places still available on the council’s Carers Conference which promises a day of information and advice for East Riding carers.
The search is on to find the best young chef in Hull and East Yorkshire. Organised by the Hull and East Riding Hospitality Association and now in its tenth year
Carers who are registered with the East Riding Carers Support Service are invited to book their place on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Carers Conference
Beverley has reason to celebrate after winning two awards at the Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards.
Starting with just a handful of people some 50 years on Beverley Badminton Club have seen their members grow as they bring the sport to the wider community.
With the Tour de Yorkshire starting their race this year in Beverley, organisers of the event were in town to provide an insight into the event and what people can do to get involved.
Welcome to Yorkshire will be hosting a special road show on Thursday 20 January at the Tickton Grange Hotel from 1PM.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s fostering service is launching a new drop-in facility, where potential foster carers can go for information.
Tickton Grange Hotel will be the venue for an event organised to help find people who have the energy and commitment to be foster carers.
Beverley and Holderness Conservatives held their Annual President’s Dinner at the Tickton Grange Hotel. Guest Speaker for the evening was The Right Hon Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Health.
The countdown has begun in the search for the region’s Remarkable tourism businesses, with the launch of the 2016 Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards