A wide range of guided walks and outdoor activities will be hosted as part of the twelfth Walking East Yorkshire Festival in September against the backdrop of the East Riding’s wonderful landscape and rich heritage.
The Beverley Joint Youth Partnership has announced an event they will host in the town this September.
What promises to be an afternoon of fun, the event is aimed at young people in the town. Those behind the event say it is part of their ongoing efforts to help tackle anti-social behaviour in Beverley.
To celebrate World Breastfeeding Week, mums, babies, family and friends are invited to a picnic at various locations across the East Riding.
Several events are being organized by East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s children’s centres, with the support of integrated specialist public health nurses from Humber NHS Teaching Foundation Trust, to help give breastfeeding mothers support and help.
The Yorkshire Wolds are one of Yorkshire and England’s most magical but least known landscapes – dry grassy valleys through undulating chalk hills, unspoiled villages, a dramatic coastline, and delightful market towns such as Beverley and Pocklington.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Nuffield Health, the UK’s largest healthcare charity, has announced the first local authority partnership to run the Charity’s COVID-19 Rehabilitation Programme, in order to help support local residents with long-lasting or returning symptoms after COVID-19.
This is the first time the COVID-19 programme has been made available to an area not already served by one of the Charity’s facilities, expanding the programme’s reach into new areas to support health and wellbeing ambitions on a local level.
After two years on hold, the LGBTQ+ community has lots of celebrating to catch up on. Therefore, Pride in Hull has planned something extra special to celebrate 50 years of Pride in the UK and 21 years in Hull.
Initially, planned to take place in West Park, the venue change was announced at the end of June following confirmation of fixtures for Hull City AFC. Pride in Hull will be held in the aptly named, Queen’s Gardens.
Beverley is set to get an additional £91K to help tackle the growing crime problem specifically in the Flemingate Area.
Funds are a result of another bid to the Home Office’s Safer Streets Fund that has been successful by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside, North East Lincolnshire Council, and East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Hundreds of people lined the streets this morning as the East Riding welcomed the Queen’s Baton Relay through Beverley and Market Weighton.
The Baton’s journey started at Beverley Minster with the Mayor of Beverley, Cllr Linda Johnson, chairman of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, John Whittle and portfolio holder for economic investment, growth and tourism at the council, Cllr Jane Evison, present to send the first Batonbearer on their way towards Highgate.
The multi-million-pound Beverley Enterprise Centre is now officially open following a launch event last week.
Numerous guests joined representatives from East Riding of Yorkshire Council and businesses within the centre for an opportunity to learn more about the enterprise centre and the opportunities available within it.