SUNDAY SERVICES – 2 MAY 2020. Hedon, Preston, Paull, Sproatley benefice, and Hedon Methodist Church.
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Household waste recycling sites across the East Riding, including the one on Staithes Road, are to reopen next week to give residents the chance to dispose of essential waste – but strict measures will be in place as the lockdown continues.
TRIBUTES will be paid on Friday 8 May from this generation to the Second World War generation who gave so much service and sacrifice during those turbulent times. And, from the safety of your home, it is hoped that you will join in with the activities.
We have a leaflet to deliver and are asking for help. We have published the following leaflet and want to make sure it reaches those who might be in need. We want to reach people in Hedon, Preston, Paull, Thorngumbald and Ryehill. Can you share the information online? […]
A Virtual Pub Quiz is taking place for charity on Monday 4 May at 8pm. Organised by Quizmasters at Hull City’s Official Supporters Club via Zoom… a fun night is assured on Zoom!
HEDON SCRUFTS was cancelled – so we’ve got our own online show of beautiful dogs here! Submitted by members of the Hedon Blog Photos – Old & New Facebook group.
SUNDAY SERVICES – 26 APRIL 2020. Hedon, Preston, Paull, Sproatley benefice, and Hedon Methodist Church.
IRON MAN and his sidekick for the day, Iron Patriot, visited Hedon on Friday (24th April). Not a stranger to Hedon, Iron Man last visited the town on its busiest day last year for the Christmas lights, but arguably the visit on Friday saw even more families from […]
East Riding Libraries are offering free access to a new book ‘Coronavirus: a book for children’ for primary school children about the coronavirus and its effects and impacts.
IRON MAN will be visiting Hedon on Friday 24 April. Get your cameras and phones ready for photos. Families will be able to see him from a safe distance from their gardens, windows and doorways from 10 am on the following streets:
We appreciate that in these unprecedented times many of our community residents are struggling to be able to go out and buy provisions, cook meals and collect essential items, etc. Inmans would like to offer a Helping Hands service to help those in need.
If you have an event organised online – a concert from your garden, a magic act from your kitchen, a community sing-a-long, a Quiz Night on Zoom, etc, etc – that you want us to promote – then please get in touch!