Hull City Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council have been successful in securing a bid for further funding of £71,000, plus an additional £20,000 for a communications campaign, for the Reuse Electrical project which operates the Reuse Electrical Shop.
Hull residents will receive their new waste and recycling packs over the next few weeks which include hints and tips to help them recycle as much of their waste as possible.
The packs contain information on what can and cannot be recycled and includes:
High-quality hospice care including family bereavement support, therapy sessions and music therapy are just some of the ways in which donations to the Electricals Re-use Shop have helped local families.
Since its opening in July 2020, the Electrical Re-use Shop has sold over 470 items raising over £20,000 for Dove House Hospice.
Household waste recycling sites in the East Riding are to stay open during the new lockdown – for essential waste only.
All 10 East Riding of Yorkshire Council sites will stay open from 10am to 5pm seven days a week throughout the new lockdown.
The blue and golds were edged out in this thriller with a try form the visitors just three minutes form time in another very good advert for local amateur rugby league.
The blue and golds clinically disposed of a struggling but spirited Haworth Park outfit at the Beverley Leisure Centre on Saturday.
These two sides produced an entertaining encounter at the Beverley Leisure Centre last Saturday which but for the final ten minutes looked as if the result could have gone either way. It was probably the blue and gold’s best performance of the season against a side still unbeaten this season.
Beverley ARLC return to action after a three week layoff this Saturday. They will play Fenners away in the first round of the Council Trophy. Beverley still have 2 outstanding league fixtures remaining.