DO you live on Cromwell Road, Cleeve Road or Taillar Road in Hedon? Look out of your windows at 3.30pm on Easter Sunday 12 April 2020 – the Spiderman and his new sidekick the Red Power Ranger will be visiting the streets. Give them a wave from your house!
It is with great sadness that we report the death of Ann Suggit a former Mayor of Hedon and Town Councillor and East Riding of Yorkshire Councillor. An Ambassador for the town of Hedon and its residents.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has launched Active East Riding – a new website, full of ideas and suggestions for people of all ages during the period when the council’s facilities are closed, allowing people to #stayhomestayactive
The show of solidarity with our Carers, NHS and other essential workers looks set to happen again on Thursday 8pm with a NATIONAL ROUND OF APPLAUSE from our gardens, doorways and windows – but we do have a special appeal – please DO NOT SET OFF FIREWORKS. Dog […]
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has written to local Paull residents to offer his thanks for their efforts to support vulnerable people in the community over the last few weeks. Many in the area are being forced to self-isolate or shield in order to reduce and […]
The Coronavirus Status Checker is open to anyone in the UK to use on the NHS website and in its initial phase, the NHS is particularly keen for anyone who thinks they may be displaying potential coronavirus symptoms, no matter how mild, to complete it.
Not everyone has a network of family, friends, neighbours or carers to call upon. This page is dedicated to those people. Particularly those in Hedon, Preston, Paull, Thorngumbald, Camerton, Ryehill and Burstwick that are without support.
AFTER last weeks great response, a national Round of Applause will take place again tonight Thursday, 2 April at 8pm. Go in your gardens, get out in your doorways (whilst observing social distancing measures) and let’s clap our hands off and cheer on all the essential workers whose efforts we appreciate in combatting COVID-19.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has paid out Government grant payments to 1,942 small businesses today (Wednesday 1 April) worth a total of £19,420,000.
WITH the preponderance of malicious ‘fake news’ on social media, and the terrible pandemic impacting on us all, then the idea of pulling off a light-hearted April Fool’s prank is no longer very appealing. However, in calmer times the Hedon Blog (HU12 Online) has never shied away from the odd trick or two.
A Coranavirus Update from East Riding of Yorkshire Councillors John Dennis, Sue Steel and Mike Bryan, the Ward Members for South West Holderness: The East Riding of Yorkshire Council, together with nearby Local Authorities and many other Agencies would like to stress that they are working hand-in-hand to […]
This interim group of volunteers aim to offer immediate help where needed in the Hedon and District area and offer pick-up and delivery services of essential supplies to isolated people not receiving help from friends, family or neighbours.