THOMAS complains about the state of a footpath around Hedon Primary School that gets his children muddy before they get to school…
A Neighbourhood Walkabout is where residents and local service providers get together to identify and aim to tackle local neighbourhood problems like blocked drains, graffiti, fly-tipping, broken street lights, etc…..
Have any Hedon town councillors been in the gents toilets lately?..,
“Hedon Blog readers are asked if they can help solve the mystery of who is responsible for a street light on Heron Close, Hedon which has not worked for over a year…” Feb 2011. NOTE now over 3 years – Ed…
A PROBLEM with the drains on Cleeve Road has happened once again despite Yorkshire Water having claimed to have sorted it. The scene this morning saw water squirting from a manhole cover. Local residents said the flood water was spilling out sewage and mashed up toilet rolls which […]
HUMBERSIDE Fire & Rescue Service reported another small fire today in the derelict sports hut on Draper’s Lane, Hedon. The incident attended at 2:20pm this afternoon is the second such fire in as many months: See December Fire at Hut.
A FIRE CREW attended a small fire in the derelict changing rooms on Draper’s Lane, Hedon yesterday (8th December 2011). The incident report from Humberside Fire & Rescue Service says that the fire was tackled with a hose and breathing apparatus kit. The Hedon Blog highlighted the case […]
AN ONGOING PROBLEM with the drains in Cleeve Road, Hedon has been sorted according to Yorkshire Water. Anita had complained about the problem with the sewers in Cleeve Road: “I am sick to death of having to drive through filthy water which pours out of the drains.” Yorkshire Water […]
YORKSHIRE WATER have again become the targets of complaints from local residents concerned about sludge and sewage issues: SLUDGE: James told us of muddy tyre tracks coming out of the Waste Water facility at Saltend on Sat August 20th. The tracks came straight out of the gates of […]
WHOSE STREET LIGHT IS THIS? Hedon Blog readers are asked if they can help solve the mystery of who is responsible for a street light on Heron Close, Hedon which has not worked for over a year Janice Edmonds first reported the light to East Riding Council in […]
THE TOWN was battered by high winds last night and most of today ( Mon 7th February 2011). Wheelie-bins were the biggest casualty, particularly in those areas where Monday morning was bin-collection day. The tree pictured here (junction of New Road/Draper’s Lane) had been snapped by the wind […]
…the problem of unreported potholes also remains: If the East Riding Council does not know about a problem in the first place, then it will not go on any priority list to be repaired…