Hedon Blog would encourage complaints to be also e-mailed to Environmental Health Officers at East Riding Council email@example.com to complain when nobody is there to answer the phones…
It’s unfair to call it the Hedon pong or the Saltend Smell. It’s a YORKSHIRE WATER STINK – and it’s back!
Hedon and Preston have indicated that they are organising CORONATION CELEBRATIONS on Sunday 2nd June 2013…..
FRANK DELANEY has a small poultry farm on Neat Marsh Road, Preston and hopes to be able to use the 7-acre site to hold a Farmers’ Market every week on Saturdays…
For Comic Relief, South Holderness Technology College is putting on a stage performance based on the television comedy series ‘Are You being Served?’ The production will be held at the college, Station Road in Preston. Date: 15th March 2013 at 7pm. Ticket price: £3.50 (no concessions) You can buy […]
Did you receive a gadget for Christmas and you’ve absolutely no idea what to do with it? Help is at hand for anyone needing to familiarise themselves with their smart phone, tablet or similar device – all for FREE.
On Saturday 19th January, the Haven Arms in Hedon held a bridal fair. It was a cold winter’s day and snow covered the ground but once inside there was a warm and friendly atmosphere
Due to a sudden heating problem, the college will need to close to students at 10.00am (today 18th Jan 2013)
‘PRESTON WALKERS’ is a social walking group that explores the footways and trails in and around Preston and Hedon – they also travel farther afield too!
Siberian Huskies bark very little and are extremely friendly – and this was proven yesterday when a team of the dogs came to meet children at Paull Primary School. And they are coming to Preston…
TOXIC ALARM TEST – THURSDAY 22nd NOVEMBER 2012 BP at the Saltend Chemicals Park has given advance notice of its intention to test its toxic alarm system on THURSDAY 22nd NOVEMBER 2012. The alarm, which sounds like an old World War II air raid siren, is normally tested every Wednesday […]
THE PEA HARVEST season has started. The process of washing, blanching and freezing thousands of tonnes of peas at the processing plant in Hull has begun. Over the summer vast quantities of pea-residue is discharged into the sewerage system and eventually arrives down at Yorkshire Water’s waste water […]