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This week in Hedon for residents: Wed 15th April: You can give blood at the Co-Op, it is the deadline for submission of material to Issue 9 of the Hedon Newsletter; Thurs 16th April: Consultation session on Waste Incinerator, and the Hedon Vehicle Crime Project.
The entrance to Hull’s Streetlife Museums is a TARDIS – honestly! Not only does it convey you to historical artefacts of times gone by – but it really makes the museums look smaller on the outside than they are on the inside! Entrance through a small shop front […]
The Spurn Ranger is operated by EYMS (East Yorkshire Motor Service No 73) and runs every Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday from 12 April until Sunday 25 October 2009 inclusive. The Spurn Ranger is the only bus service to Spurn Point. It operates between Withernsea and Spurn Point […]
WordPress.com, which powers The Hedon Blog, is a powerful publishing tool that allows several people to write and edit Blog articles at the same time. The Hedon Blog aims to be a GROUP BLOG with local Hedon people and others posting articles and comments about the things that […]
Advice will be available about keeping vehicles safe during an event to be held in Hedon on Thursday, April 16, between 10.30am – 1:00pm. A vehicle crime project or ‘morning of action’ is taking place in Hedon and villages including Aldbrough, Burstwick, New Ellerby, Paull, Skirlaugh and Sproatley. […]
Graham Stuart, the local Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, has published the results of his survey of Hedon residents. In his “Holderness News Report” he indicates the top three issues concerning over 600 residents who responded, as: Council Tax Flooding Anti-social behaviour Air pollution, over-development and […]
Hedon Town Councillor John Ledger has been suspended from his position for one calendar month after the East Riding Council’s Standards Committee resolved that he had breached the ‘Code of Conduct’ for Councillors. The matter related to a Town Council Property Committee Meeting in September last year at […]
In times when faith in the traditional banking sector and bankers has been severely dented, and when people are looking carefully at their money and who looks after it, then it’s good to know that ethical alternatives exist. The Hull and East Riding Credit Union is a not-for-profit […]
The BBC has reported that a month long consultation begins today (7th April, 2009) on plans to issue an operating permit for a waste-burning incinerator at Saltend. The Waste Recycling Group Ltd already has planning permission to build an incinerator but has now re-submitted an application for a […]
After hearing a neighbour’s intense tirade against the East Riding Council’s proposed car parking yesterday in a local pub (the real battleground for hearts and minds!?), then I’m duty bound to report on the Hull Daily Mail’s latest revelation about the proposed employment of specialist consultants to implement […]
Google is the most popular search engine on the net. An interesting exercise is to put in your own name into the search box (it’s called Googling!) and see what comes up! I did! And found out I was the third most Twitterholic in Hull…Hmm! Not sure what […]