Holderness Community Orchards will offer 35 trees for ‘fostering’ with members of the community who are happy to nurture a tree. The idea is that you look after the tree until ready for planting.
Increased public access to environmental information leads to greater awareness of such matters, and more effective participation in decisionmaking. The aim is a better environment.
Holderness Community Orchards first community planting day on Wed, 11 December. Planting fruit trees and wildflower bulbs will start at 10 am at Elsie Gate Field on Ivy Lane, and aim to finish by 3 pm. “People can drop in to help at any time during the day to help…
A GORGEOUS Hedon garden is to be open for public viewing this month for charity. Derek and Mavis Rosindale will be opening their beautiful garden at OMEGA, 79 Magdalen Lane in Hedon, for public viewing in June as part of the National Gardens Scheme– Gardens Open for Charity. The garden will […]
DOG WALKERS along Love Lane, Hedon may have seen – or even used – the dog poop bag dispenser located at the top of the lane? The dispenser system has been piloted by Hedon Town Council in efforts to reduce dog fouling incidents in an area considered a […]
NEARLY half a million people took part in the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch last year; 91,000 of those were from northern England. This year on the 24th-25th January local people are being asked to take part in RSPB BGBW 2015.
DEAD FISH in significant numbers have been spotted in the waterways around Hedon….
“The Employment Land Review identifies the need for a significant amount of land to be allocated (240 hectares) at Hedon Haven.” – Objections likely…
FOLLOWING A REPORT in the Hull Mail (Sat 23rd Feb) with the headline “No plans for incinerator in new waste contracts” we were contacted by Mr Jim Uney who hoped in his letter that he “was not being premature” in welcoming the good news!?
HEDON TOWN COUNCIL has received a notification from the East Riding Council that fortnightly collections of green and blue wheelie bins will start from March 2013.
We asked Chloe, aged 9, what she thought would make the town a better place to live in. This is what she said: “The playing park near the cricket club is not very hygienic because people urinate in the speaking tubes, and people put their mouths on them […]
PUBLIC CONSULTATION on proposals to manage flood risk from the River Hull and other main watercourses in the area is taking place. Views are also being sought on the draft Catchment Flood Management Plan (CFMP) for the River Hull and Coastal Streams. The Environment Agency’s draft River Hull […]