As fewer people are travelling, buses will be less frequent on most routes, although they will be prioritising links to hospitals as much as possible. The new timetables are available to view online now at http://www.eastyorkshirebuses.co.uk, through social media, and on the East Yorkshire Buses app.
“If you have any concerns in relation to people not following the rules relating to social isolation, please do not call us on 101 or 999. Visit our website and use the reporting tool there and we will ensure our patrols are adjusted.
In the Prime Minister’s press statement yesterday, he revealed the fantastic volunteering effort that is being assembled and mobilised to aid the NHS and support particularly vulnerable people: “I also want to offer a special thank you to everyone who has now volunteered to help the NHS. When […]
Hi Everyone. On behalf of East Riding Council (ER), we would like to thank the people of S W Holderness for your amazing community spirit during the current crisis. Indeed, not just SWH but all across the East Riding, local “action groups” are being set up to support […]
On HU12 Online we have begun the job of identifying which local businesses and services remain open especially if they offer local household delivery enabling people to stay at home.
NEW RULES ON STAYING AT HOME AND AWAY FROM OTHERS – THE DETAILS OF WHAT THIS MEANS:
Boris Johnson Prime Minister’s address to the nation on coronavirus on 23 March 2020, 8:30pm: The coronavirus is the biggest threat this country has faced for decades – and this country is not alone. All over the world, we are seeing the devastating impact of this invisible killer. […]
URGENT: It would be extremely helpful if local shops that are organising grocery delivery services for self-isolating people could list themselves below in the comments or email email@example.com. The desire is to create one useful source of information, please.
East Riding Council is aiming to coordinate support to those particularly vulnerable residents during the coronavirus crisis.
Following the Government’s announcement, East Riding of Yorkshire Council would like to reiterate that schools, colleges and childcare providers will be closed for the vast majority of children until further notice…
From Monday 23 March, in response to the coronavirus pandemic, bus company East Yorkshire will be temporarily changing their timetables. Most services will run to a Sunday timetable, but with extra early morning journeys to allow workers to travel. Routes which don’t normally have Sunday buses will also have a special timetable.
“I attended a meeting of the East Riding Cabinet, Party Leaders and Senior Directors yesterday (18 March) to update our plans for the coronavirus situation…. In the meantime, these postcards are a great idea for anyone who can volunteer…”