The CLOCKS GO FORWARD ONE HOUR on Sunday 28 March 2021 at 1am.
HEDON Town Council has established an Amenity Areas Working Group which has committed itself to visit each amenity area that the council owns over the year with a view to a detailed discussion on each. The programme of visits and discussions would also extend to other sites, not […]
Several properties along Plumtree Road in Thorngumbald were targeted by snowballs last night which resulted in a window been smashed…
East Riding Libraries are inviting families to collect a free activity pack and book, from their local library during half term, 15 – 20 February 2021.
“Pathetic!” was the retort of Preston traffic campaigner after studying the proposed Crematorium ‘Road Safety’ reviews published by consultants on behalf of East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Could our communities cope in an emergency? Emergencies, disruptions to normal life, are not always predictable so preparing for the unpredictable – and even the unthinkable – is obviously of great importance.
“SOMETHING IS UP!” was written by Joy Foster-Styche last July towards the lifting of the first Lockdown. It is as relevant today as it was then!
IF YOU are new to the area, or if you just need a reminder, the East Riding of Yorkshire Council has a quick and easy way to find out when you need to put your wheelie bins out, and which colour (green, blue or brown).
“St Augustine’s Church is open every Sunday afternoon 2-4pm for private prayer.”
OurProperty.co.uk provides information on the prices of houses sold in the area. This uses public house price data produced by the Land Registry and available under Open Government Licence.
ST. AUGUSTINE’S CHURCH vicar the Rev. Dr Sue Pulko has passed on thanks to those supporting fundraising efforts before Christmas:
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