With the cold weather fast approaching and the cost of living ever increasing, this winter will be extremely challenging for many people in the region. If you want to help, donate to Two Ridings Community Foundation’s Surviving Winter Fund.
‘Reflections of Japan in East Yorkshire’, a unique exhibition bringing together a selection of items from private collections across East Yorkshire and artwork by Laura Boswell, opens Saturday 16 October at Beverley Art Gallery in the Treasure House.
The idea for the exhibition came about over two years ago when the Japanese Embassy introduced the ‘Japan-UK Season of Culture’, a celebration of the many facets of Japanese culture in the UK.
The CADEY Committee, accompanied by their generous funders Esh Construction and Humber Aid have made a whistle-stop tour of Beverley and Holderness to pay visits to the life-saving public access defibrillators installed over the summer.
The East Riding Festival of Words is hosting a Bestsellers Day on Saturday, 23 October at Beverley Memorial Hall.
The popular event is back for 2021 and will feature four sessions.
Burglars are only as successful as the people they rob. If you take a few precautions, your home and business will be much less likely to attract them and their sticky fingers.
Prevention starts with an awareness of how burglars operate. Most break-ins happen when burglars can access the building without being seen or heard by neighbours or passersby.
Beverley 1330 have confirmed a number of events that will take place to mark key historic milestones of the towns past.
Organisers hope people in the town will take the opportunity to enjoy some of the 9 events that will take place across four day period.
East Riding Libraries are encouraging residents to ‘Get reading, Get listening and Get watching’ for Get Online Week 2021, which runs from Monday, 18 to Sunday, 24 October.
During the week, there will be members of the library team on hand at sessions in Beverley and Bridlington North and on the Gilberdyke Mobile Library to help anyone to start using the huge digital library of eBooks, audiobooks, digital newspapers, magazines and streaming services available completely FREE to East Riding Library members.
In Remembrance week 2021, we honour the achievements of one of Hull’s own, Private Jack Cunningham VC, whose story of bravery in the face of the enemy has been brought back to life after the restoration of a 104-year-old piece of cinematic history.
John Cunningham, who was usually known as Jack, came from a traveller family and was the eldest son of Charles Cunningham, a licensed pot hawker and his wife Mary Ann. He had six brothers and just like his father, was a hawker.
A tribute to Beverley’s shipbuilding past is to be officially opened this week. Located by the River Hull on Grove Hill road the tribute highlights an industry that deserves to be remembered.
Employing hundreds of people the industry located in Beverley built over 1000 ships. The first iron ships were built in Beverley back in 1882 by Henry and Joseph Scarr.
Eco-conscious Brits are filling their homes with broken things rather than throwing out or repairing, according to a new poll.
New research of 1000 British families has revealed that cupboards and drawers are filled with an average of £437 worth of broken items per household at any one time.
The Princess Royal has recently visited the Defence School of Transport in Leconfield. Princess Anne who is the Colonel in Chief of the Royal Logistic Corps visited 25 Training Regiment RLC and DST at Normandy Barracks in its 25th Anniversary year.
Backing from a global brand is helping a grassroots football club in Beverley continue to flourish.
AFC Tickton is one of the area’s biggest football clubs, with more than 450 players aged from six to 72.
Longcroft School and Sixth Form College will be opening their doors for a ‘welcoming event’ to prospective new students.
Longcroft strives to be a positive, warm and welcoming school where pupils aim to do their very best and take pride in their achievements.
Opera North’s Whistle Stop Opera, The Magic Flute, will be popping up across the East Riding this October Half Term. It will be a chance to try something new with this family-friendly show in Hornsea, Bridlington, Goole and Beverley.
An organisation that has been providing a loans and savings lifeline for families for more than 20 years has been rewarded with a top accolade in a nationwide awards scheme.
HEY Credit Union, which has branches across East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire, shared the top spot in the Treating Customers Fairly category in the Consumer Credit Awards 2021 (CCA).
Staff were kept constantly busy at this year’s free compost giveaways held by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Returning after a two-year break, the giveaways held in September were as popular as ever with East Riding residents.
A charity that is working to tackle cancer, heart disease and dementia received a fundraising boost from the annual ladies’ day at Beverley Rugby Union Club.
The event raised more than £3,000 for the Daisy Appeal with money coming in from lunch for more than 100 guests and an auction of specially-designed daisy team shirts.
As a business owner, you want your company to stand out from the competition. One way that you can do this is by proper branding. It will help your company stay on top of its rivals and be successful in today’s competitive market.