Groupe Geraud is pleased to announce that they have taken over the running of Hedon Market. The Market will be open on Wednesday 17th June at 9am, so come down to the Market Place to say “Hello!” and “Welcome back!” some of your favourite stalls!
“As many of us return to work after months at home, or start going out and about more, there’s a lot of anxiety about, and we can increase one another’s anxiety levels all too easily. This, the best-known psalm, has provided comfort in worrying situations for literally thousands of years…
FROM 15 June you will have to wear a face-covering when you travel on public transport.
This doesn’t have to be a face mask – it can be as simple as a scarf or bandana tied around your head.
Sunday Services 7 June 2020 from St. Augustine’s and Hedon Methodist Church…
WITH so many of us more anxious at the moment, it often means that we can’t get to sleep. A couple of prayers based on collects from the liturgy for Night Prayer (Compline) might be helpful…
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has released a short survey to find out how residents feel about the reopening of retail and other local facilities after the Government recently announced the planned changes to services which have not been available during the COVID-19 lockdown… it should only take a few minutes to complete.
Sunday Services for Pentecost – including the Rev Dr Sue Pulko direct from St. Augustine’s Church.
FOLLOWING almost three years of planning consideration, the Yorkshire Energy Park looks set to proceed after the Secretary of State decides against ‘calling in’ the planning application. Photo: Planning Committee makes decision in November 2019.
We’re back again on Monday 1st June at 8pm on your laptop, tablet, iPad etc with a 4 round quiz which, judging by the attendees and feedback we’ve been getting, is proving a popular means of passing 90 minutes every fortnightly Monday!
“At the moment many of us feel a bit helpless and lonely. This psalm reminds us that God is always with us and that he has given each of us many strengths and abilities we don’t recognise…”
From Sunday 31 May, in response to the government’s coronavirus advice, East Yorkshire buses will be increasing their bus services.
CHURCHES in the area continue to provide opportunities for congregations to share services together, ONLINE, on a Sunday morning. Photo – Paull Church.