Bus lane cameras in Hull have been switched back on this week.
The move comes in line with Hull City Council’s Cabinet decision made in December 2021 to retain 7am – 6.30pm bus lanes following a successful trial period in which buses reported nine per cent faster journey times.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Esh Construction are hosting a community morning. It will take place on Saturday, 9 February, from 10am-12noon. The morning is to celebrate the completion of the first phase of the new Gypsey Race Park, in Bridlington.
Work on the new linear park started in early 2018. It will see a green corridor along the stream providing pleasant walking and cycling routes. Also, it will feature play areas and improved habitats for wildlife.
A busy Bank Holiday weekend for Beverley Town Cricket Club saw the 1st XI take 57 points from a possible 60 giving themselves a real chance of promotion.
The 2nd XI lost one game and picked up 27 points from their second to slip out of and back in to the promotion places; the 3rds won and then lost in two very tight finishes; and the 4ths rounded off their unbeaten season off in in style with a comfortable win.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has officially launched the East Riding Economic Strategy 2018-2022.
The document has been prepared by the council and will act as a blueprint in guiding economic activity in the East Riding for the next five years, with the aim of promoting growth in all parts of the area.
All teams at Beverley Town Cricket Club finally got under way over the early May Bank Holiday weekend and the Saturday proved to be a big success with two winning draws and two wins, followed by a win for the 5th XI on Sunday.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Business Investment and Tourism Services have secured Customer First accreditation – the UK’s national standard for customer service.
Although the council’s business services team has held the prestigious award for a number of years, the most recent assessment – carried out over two days – was the first time that the authority’s inward investment, Greenport business support, tourism and events teams were also included.
Hull will be heading back to the 70s next month for a nostalgic walk down memory lane as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017, and organisers want you to be a part of it.
Why Couldn’t They be Like We Were on the Marfleet estate will look back at how things used to be back in the 70s and how things have changed since on Saturday August 26 between 12 – 3pm at Sure Start Children’s Centre.