Residents of the East Riding are being urged to follow new COVID-19 safety guidance with the news that the area will move into local alert level 2 (High) of the three-level restrictions system.
After the wedding, changing the usual way of life can be more difficult than it seems at first glance. Certain nuances are present in almost every family life.
Therefore, experts advise loving couples to prepare themselves in advance. There are nine important facts about life after the wedding, which psychologists advise to know.
Hull residents are increasingly turning their backs on traditional religious funeral services, opting instead for diverse and sometimes eccentric celebrations of life, according to Hull Co-op Funeralcare.
A Chinese takeaway, a false leg and a Wizard of Oz costume have been revealed as some of the most unique items people have asked to be buried with, according to the UK’s largest report into funeral trends from the Co-op.
Kind-hearted couple, Kim and Paul Mankel wanted to make a difference to the Oncology Unit at Castle Hill Hospital’s Queen’s Centre after the bride underwent treatment for thyroid cancer.
The groom’s mum was also looked after by a team of dedicated doctors and nurses at the centre. Also varying friends and family have needed the unit’s assistance.
Flowerstyle say the time was right to relocate from Driffield to Beverley. Owner Susan Haigh and daughter Emma Chamberlain, both residents add they are delighted to be trading in the town.
Trading for over 9 years, Flowerstyle started in Tickton before relocating to Driffield. However, they have now teamed up with Fresh and Fruity by opening on Dyer Lane.
Get It Loud In Libraries, a national organisation bringing some of the world’s most exciting bands and artists to libraries all over the UK is returning to Hull this weekend.
Post-punk trio Working Men’s Club will be performing at Hull Central Library on Sunday (10 March).
Armstrongs Social Club will be holding an open day this coming Saturday as they look to give people an opportunity to see what they can provide as a venue.
Taking place on Saturday 18 August from 1PM to 3.30PM entry to the club is free of charge.
Check out your weekly Horoscope which has been compiled by the By Russell Grant – find out if love, money or a total change are predicted in your stars.
Deciding on an occasion outfit for your son or daughters wedding can be a difficult process for many women, especially when it comes to finding the perfect hat.
Once you have settled on your stunning new outfit and shoes thoughts turn to headwear, and there really is no better way to make a statement, than a perfectly chosen wedding hat.
Boutipi, a family business based in Beverley have scooped a top accolade at The Wedding Industry Awards for third consecutive year.
Awarded the best marquee provider in the North East of England, Boutipi say they winning means the world to them.
When Beverley chef John Robinson got married four years ago he had a wedding gift with a difference for his new wife, Liz.
Using her maiden name, John, who owns and runs Whites Restaurant in North Bar Without, Beverley, had set up the Tyas Foundation, a charity to help vulnerable children across East Yorkshire.
HU17.net Magazine Issue 359 is out and available from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way.
This weeks issue features a selection of stories and photos from Chris and Lucy Munns wedding reception at the Kings Head Hotel.
Italian family business Poma, who have a cafe on Walkergate in Beverley, will next month celebrate a year since opening their gelateria in St Mary’s Court shopping arcade, North Bar Within.
Poma Piccolo is a stone’s throw from their retired business Rolando’s which the family closed at the end of 2015.
Local salon Rewind Hair Lounge is celebrating what they say is four successful years of trading in the historic town of Beverley.
Since opening in 2013 owner’s Shelly Bean and Leanne Foot have grown the business boasting a team of five full time stylists, one apprentice and a part time member of staff.
A wedding breakfast with a twist in a church, a comic musical chase through the streets and a puppet show in a café are among the performances you can expect if you go to Newland Avenue this summer.
For one day only in Hull’s Newland Avenue, a theatre festival will transform the most unlikely of places into pop-up performance spaces. The avenue is set to come alive as flashmobs, interactive shows, music, art and dance erupt in a variety of the area’s independent venues.
Former Beverley Minster virger Neil Pickford and the staff at Monks Walk in Highgate are celebrating the first anniversary of the pub’s successful reopening by asking Beverley folk to help them buy the freehold.
The pub reopened on 8 April 2016 after a refit that removed all the TVs and jukebox, transforming it into a proper ‘Chatter’ pub – and it has been so successful that Neil thinks his appeal for crowdfunding will be very popular.
Hugh Rice in Beverley say they are committed to the town and community and were delighted to supply the star prize for a competition run by the Beverley Christmas Lights Appeal.
Store Manager Gavin Longridge met with members from the group and with the competition winner, Celia Parnaby at their Toll Gavel store to present her with the £100 gift voucher she won in the ‘Find a Date’ competition.
Beverley Racecourse will this Sunday be the place to be for couples who are planning their wedding as they host their first Wedding Fair.
Organisers of the event say that the event will showcase some on the many local companies they work with in the wedding industry while promoting their venue.