Today, 23 March 2021, is the 1st anniversary of the first UK lockdown. A National Day of Reflection is being held to reflect on our collective loss, support those who’ve been bereaved and hope for a brighter future.
There will be a national minute of silence at 12 noon. At 8 pm people are encouraged to shine a light in your window to remember someone who’s died and show your support to people going through a bereavement.
Major touring exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery – the Royal Photographic Society’s 162nd International Photography Exhibition. Sat 19 September until 14 November 2020. Admission is free. Opening hours are as normal for the Art Gallery
The Declarations of Integrity should be read in each of the three Ridings in five different dialects including modern English and Old Norse, whilst facing towards the county’s ancient capital of York (that’s towards the North West for us in Hedon).
East Riding Council is aiming to coordinate support to those particularly vulnerable residents during the coronavirus crisis.
From Monday 23 March, in response to the coronavirus pandemic, bus company East Yorkshire will be temporarily changing their timetables. Most services will run to a Sunday timetable, but with extra early morning journeys to allow workers to travel. Routes which don’t normally have Sunday buses will also have a special timetable.
Over the August Bank Holiday weekend (24 – 26 August 2019), St Augustine’s Church will be serving cream teas on Saturday, Sunday and Monday afternoon 2pm-4pm, and there will be organ music 2-3pm each afternoon. Come, visit, explore and enjoy a cream tea too!
Glaucoma Specialist Mr Craig Burnett speaks at support meeting on Wednesday 12th June 2019. Mr Burnett is the Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at the Hull and East Yorkshire Eye Hospital.
ELECTIONS for East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Town and Parishes take place on THURSDAY 2 MAY 2019. Nominations for candidates open on Wednesday 20 March and close on Wednesday 3 April.
Yorkshire Day, 1st of August, is the day when the Declarations of Integrity should be read in each of the three Ridings. Traditionally the Declaration should be read in five different dialects including modern English and old Norse, whilst facing towards the county’s ancient capital of York (that’s towards the North West for us in Hedon).
The British Resistance Organisation in World War II would make sure that Nazi invaders would not have found the East Riding a comfortable or safe place to serve!
CONSULTATION: East Riding of Yorkshire Council is asking residents to give their views on the future of its library service.
Join us and make your own YORKSHIRE DAY DECLARATION – but it has to be made at EXACTLY 11.39am this morning Saturday 1st August 2015…