The dedicated telephone number (01482) 393919 for the coronavirus community response hub will change its opening hours this week due to the falling number of requests for help. The operating hours are now between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Cabinet has approved, in principle, a proposal to build a new crematorium near to Preston in Holderness and will now go out to public consultation in July to support the development of a business case.
Your Sunday Online Services for 5th July brought to you by Rev. Dr Sue Pulko at St. Augustine’s Church and the Worship Group and Rev. Steve Barlow of Hedon Methodist Church.
HEDON TOWN COUNCIL has a vacancy for a new Councillor. A by-election may be called if requested in writing by 10 residents, but subject to the provisions of the Coronavirus Act.
Hedon Museum has been following government guidelines regarding Covid-19, by remaining closed during the lockdown. However, the museum will re-open on Saturday 5th September, with safety measures in place to protect our volunteers and visitors.
The Roos & District Horticultural Society has cancelled its Annual Show – but an ONLINE version will take place instead – read more here:
EAST Yorkshire buses will return to their pre-lockdown timetables from Sunday 5 July 2020. The milestone comes as non-essential retail, pubs, cafes and some tourist attractions have all been able to reopen with social distancing measures in place.
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The East Riding of Yorkshire Council has produced its COVID-19 Outbreak Control Plan which is aimed at preventing the spread of COVID-19 and quickly controlling any outbreaks which do occur.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is seeking Cabinet approval, in principle, to consult and develop a business case to build a crematorium in Holderness. The proposed site of the crematorium is off Lelley Road, near Preston, in Holderness and it is anticipated that a planning application will be submitted later this year.
‘With the lovely weather, the slight easing of restrictions and the hope of further improvement, many of us are out-and-about more, and the world is looking more cheerful.” – Rev. Dr Sue Pulko
YOUR Sunday Church Services. Whilst both local churches delivering services today look unlikely to open for real-life services in the short term, both are committed to doing what they can to continue to provide celebrations of faith online.