In East Yorkshire, a well-known estate agent has launched her own business and wants to shake things up in the housing industry.
As a senior manager in the property industry for 36 years, Linda Taylor has worked in both corporate and independent sectors, including residential sales, lettings, facilities management, and commercial and new homes. Now she has teamed up with one of the world’s fastest-growing estate agencies, eXp UK.
As part of its Community Fund initiative, Barratt Developments Yorkshire East donated £1,000 to Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, a charity in East Yorkshire.
A Nature Reserve near David Wilson Homes’ Edwin Vale development in Doncaster is one of the more than 100 nature reserves supported by the charity. Wildlife and wild places are conserved, protected, and restored by the charity.
If you know anyone that still needs to get their COVID-19 vaccines or boosters, the Health and Wellbeing Bus COVID-19 Vaccination Service is out on the road across the East Riding and Hull throughout the summer.
If you pop along to the vaccination bus this August, the local NHS team are running some special sessions for anyone aged 12+ for first, second or booster jabs, including the Spring Booster (if eligible).
Afternoons of fine music will feature throughout July as the Orangery Concerts take place at Sewerby Hall and Gardens.
The first concert of the month, on Thursday, 7 July at 2-3pm, is the Driffield Ukulele Band. Listen, sing, tap your feet and rattle your jewellery to this fantastic band, covering a wide range of music, including pop, folk and country, jazz and blues, and contemporary rock.
With one month to go until the Queen’s Baton Relay reaches the East Riding, find out more about one of the East Riding’s Batonbearers prior to the Baton’s visit to Beverley and Market Weighton in July.
Bus company East Yorkshire will introduce new tickets and fares from next week that will make travelling on bus easier than ever before.
In their first review of fares and tickets since September 2019, East Yorkshire has said that the changes, which are due to come into effect on Sunday 22 May 2022, will make travelling across the region simpler for customers.
In the 1800s there was an explosion of interest in natural history. Clergymen were particularly enthusiastic in embracing the subject, leading to the name parson-naturalist.
The new exhibition, which is now open at the Treasure House in Beverley, ‘Birds, Books and Belfries,’ explores the remarkable life and work of parson-naturalist Reverend Francis Orpen Morris (1810 – 1893) who studied nature, wrote books and campaigned for wildlife, all combined with his role as vicar of Nafferton and later Nunburnholme.
Local clinical leaders are praising the phenomenal local vaccine effort with 40,000 people in Hull and East Riding receiving their booster vaccination in the last 10 days.
The NHS is prioritising bookings for boosters and is urging people to book an appointment to guarantee their jab – as it aims to offer every eligible adult their booster dose by the end of December 2021.
A £1.2m project to update two pumping stations that reduce flood risk and drain low lying agricultural areas into the River Hull is complete.
Located between Driffield and Beverley, the Hempholme and Wilfholme pumping stations have been refurbished to extend their working life so they can continue to function, draining land and reducing flood risk in the area during periods of heavy rainfall, more efficiently and effectively into the future.
Over 45 years, Yorkshire children’s cancer charity Candlelighters has continually evolved to provide superb support for children and their families, spanning emotional, practical and financial support, and investment in vital childhood cancer research.
Candlelighters strives to embed the needs and wants of the children at a strategic level, ensuring its support is the best it possibly can be and that donations generously received from the public are always well spent.
A bathroom supplier which has built a network of more than 90 branches in less than 10 years has made its first move into East Yorkshire as it pursues plans to become the UK leader in its sector.
Easy Bathrooms, which was launched in Leeds in 2012, has opened a new showroom at The Trade Yard Willerby, part of the series of sites developed by Hull-based Allenby Commercial in recent years to support the construction and DIY sector.