THE PROJECT TEAM behind the proposals to develop a Humber International Enterprise Park at the Hedon Haven are to hold two online presentations on Tuesday 2 March 2021 and residents from Paull and Hedon are invited to sign up to take part or watch.
THE CREMATORIUM earmarked for Lelley Road, Preston continues to generate controversy. The Liberal Democrat group on the council say that its members will be challenging the business case for the crematorium as “full of holes” at the full ERYC council meeting tomorrow
Become better at finding out what’s planned on your doorstep using the council’s Public Access website.
one.network is a very useful online service that displays traffic disruption information including roadworks taking place in the local area.
HEDON AMBLE country trails and town walk. Route from the old Hedon railway station car park that takes about 30 minutes.
Service recorded live this morning. Sunday 21 Feb.
HEDON METHODIST CHURCH welcomes back Mr Denys Fell and the team at Densholme Care Farm to lead the online/telephone service today…
Competition Corner – Anagrams to do! And a Jigsaw! Do tell us which puzzles you enjoy!
So what’s going on? Who wants to know about Calum Scott the ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ winner from Hull (the QR Code)?
A Zoom meeting with the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner will take place on Thurs 25 Feb at 6.30pm.
A SPRING SCENE is the third of four paintings by Rob painted from the same viewpoint. Rob started art classes with Steve Waller at the Amy Black Centre in Hedon. Part of our Creative Corner.
Hull City Council has objected to East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s planning application to build a new crematorium on Lelley Road, Preston. Hull raises the prospect of a situation where there would be an overcapacity of provision as the two authorities compete with each other as crematorium operators.