Hedon Town Council has agreed not to increase the precept for 2021/2022. In a press release issued today the council reports on its decision made last night: On community events, the council has not dismissed holding Hedfest this year, but if the event does not go ahead then […]
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Our series of exercise walks – but we want your help on this one to complete the description.
Every three months, the Matthew Good Foundation will share £10,000 between five shortlisted projects that have a positive impact on communities, people or the environment.
After a break for Christmas hot meal deliveries have started up again and are available to be ordered for delivery on a lunchtime during term time every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
A black and blue SARACEN gents cycle has been stolen from a front garden on Hull Road, Hedon
The archives team are looking for digital, written and printed items such as diaries detailing life under COVID-19 restrictions; photographs of people’s daily lives; poems and stories; and any recordings of thanks for NHS and key workers.
Appeal for plastic bottles to be turned into Poppies for Patrington for Remembrance Day tribute.
THE PRECEPT for 2021/22 will be discussed by Hedon Town Council tonight Thursday 21st January 2021 at 7:15pm. The precept is the component part of council tax collected by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) that goes towards very local services provided by the Town Council. This amount appears on your council tax bill.
A circular walk starting and finishing at Paull Church. Approximately 45 minutes.
BY-ELECTIONS are due to take place on Thursday, May 6, 2021 in Hedon to elect a new Ward councillor and two Hedon Town Councillors.
The 2nd in our series of exercise walks. Easy-going Hedon walk, albeit long, that avoids possibly muddy trails and avoids the town centre #Holderness
When a flood risk is raised in the local area, Flood Alerts are sent out by by recorded phone call, email and text message. Mostly the warnings are precautionary only. But those living in areas near the waterways will be more vigilant and can judge actual river and water levels and assess the realistic risk.