“VISIT HEDON” would aim at attracting visitors to the town and surrounding areas who would be encouraged to eat, drink, shop and sleep here, whilst discovering our history, visitor attractions and charm….
EYMS have released details of their bus schedules for the festive period 2013…..
REMEMBER: The clocks go back by one hour at 2am on Sunday 27th October 2013.
END of the cricket season it maybe – but not the end of our Cricket scene coverage from Malc Ripley…..
I, Hedon Blogger, being a resident of the East Riding of Yorkshire declare…
On Sunday 21st July 2013 some 150 cadets, band members, instructors and officers are expected to assemble in the town and exercise their Freedom of Hedon…
“…this Council urges the Government to join with other bodies in meaningful discussion leading to an agreement which enables property owners and residents of homes in flood risk areas, whether or not previously flooded, to obtain flood insurance at realistic premiums…”
REMEMBER: The American English mnemonic “spring forward, fall back” reminds us that the clocks go forward 1 hour in Spring, and 1 hour back in Autumn (‘Fall’ in the USA)… The clocks go back by one hour at 2am on Sunday 28th October 2012.
HEDON TOWN COUNCIL intends to discuss the Able UK development at its next Planning Committee meeting. The proposals from Able UK will see the building of a Marine Energy Park on the South Bank of the Humber. In the process of constructing the Energy Park, valuable nature marshlands […]
Accidents Arranged by John D. Slater If you’ve got lots of bills – and to turn – don’t know which way, Phone Accidents Arranged – it could really make your day. A broken leg for instance – is worth a thousand quid. And we will arrange for you […]
ON THE LOOK OUT for sources of Community Funding for your group or organisation? Then keep an eye on HU12 Online where we try to keep you updated about different sources of funding and deadlines. In particular check out Small Grants for Healthy Activities and KC Community Grants. […]
TODAY is the day when the declarations of integrity should be read in five different dialects from modern English to old Norse whilst facing towards the county’s ancient capital of York.